Suburban South Veterinary Hospital

Suburban South Veterinary Hospital Veterinary Clinic and Hospital for canines and felines. Suburban South Veterinary Hospital understands the unique relationship between you and your pet.
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We treat our own pets like royalty and will roll out the red carpet for yours, too. We treat all of kinds of animals, from Persian cats to Rottweilers. You can leave your beloved companion in our capable hands. link to our online store- http://suburbansouthvethospital.vetsourceweb.com/site/view/site/view/HomeDelivery.pml?retUrl=https://www.suburban-south-veterinary-hospital.com/&cmsTitle=Suburban+South+Veterinary+Hospital Modern equipment, state-of-the-art procedures and a personal touch: At Suburban South Veterinary Hospital we understand how vitally important these are to you and your pet. We measure our success according to your pet's happiness and good health. To ensure the best diagnosis and treatment for your animal, we take the time for a thorough consultation and careful examination. When it comes to the health and happiness of your pet, settle for nothing but the best. That's why you should choose Suburban South Veterinary Hospital for your veterinary needs. Our certified veterinarians and veterinary assistants were educated at the nation's top schools and offer a wide range of expertise, enabling us to provide your pet with the most comprehensive treatment possible.

Mission: At Suburban South Veterinary Hosital, our mission is to provide the most current medical and surgical services. Our staff of veterinarians, veterinary technicians, veterinary assistants and receptionists are here to assist our clients and patients by providing the best and most up to date information and care possible.

Operating as usual

11/11/2020

With the increase in cases of Covid-19 in Erie County, we have decided that at this time we are changing our protocol slightly to better protect our clients and staff.
We are going back to a locked door policy where you will have to call when you arrive. At that time clients will be let in the waiting room one at a time, on alternating sides and only one pet owner will be allowed to accompany the patient in the building. A mask must be worn at all times. The technician will take your pets history and go over what you are here for and then your pet will be taken into the back treatment area for their exam while you remain seated in the waiting room. The doctor will then speak to you in person after the examination and discuss your visit.
We appreciate your cooperation and understanding at this time. We know that this is a inconvenience, but we are trying to find ways to still let people in the building and remain current on up to date social distancing protocols.

*caution, graphic medical content.*Today we got to diagnose and treat a very interesting but serious case. Luckily it ha...
10/02/2020

*caution, graphic medical content.*
Today we got to diagnose and treat a very interesting but serious case. Luckily it had a hopeful ending, but sometimes this outcome can be less then favorable. We would like to take a moment to let this be a teaching example on the importance of spaying your animal. If your female pet is intact and not being used for breeding purposes, the healthiest option for that animal is to have it spayed.
An 8 year old un spayed female dog was presented to us today for a sick exam. The patient had been vomiting the last 2 days with over all lethargy and decreased appetite. After an exam and full work up, it was determined that the patient was diagnosed with a pyometra. Left untreated this could lead to a very serious illness that can lead to the death of the patient. Our staff of wonderful Doctors and technicians sprung into action and preformed a emergency surgery to remove the infected uterus over our lunch hour.

Pyometra is a secondary infection that occurs as a result of hormonal changes in the female's reproductive tract. Following estrus (heat), the hormone progesterone remains elevated for up to two months and causes the lining of the uterus to thicken in preparation for pregnancy. If pregnancy does not occur for several consecutive estrus cycles, the uterine lining continues to increase in thickness until cysts form within the uterine tissues (a condition called cystic endometrial hyperplasia). The thickened, cystic lining secretes fluids that create an ideal environment for bacterial growth. In addition, the muscles of the uterus cannot contract properly either due to thickening of the uterine wall or the high levels of the hormone progesterone. This means that bacteria that enters the uterus and fluids that have accumulated cannot be expelled. During estrus, white blood cells, which would normally protect against infection by eliminating bacteria, are inhibited from entering the uterus. This normal occurrence allows sperm to safely enter the female's reproductive tract without being damaged or destroyed by these immune system cells.The combination of these three factors can often lead to life threatening infection.

These pictures are of the infected uterus removed from the dog compared with a average uterus removed during a routine spay. Luckily the owners caught this quickly and the proper care and surgical treatments were performed.
We are very hopeful she will have a unremarkable recovery and hope this will help others owners realize the importance of spaying their animals 😺

I think someone needs to read the handbook on inter office romance. “Poppy” & “Kirby” seem to have started a office affa...
08/26/2020

I think someone needs to read the handbook on inter office romance. “Poppy” & “Kirby” seem to have started a office affair... 😂
#veterinaryhospital #HospitalCat #residentDog #loveaffair
Suburban South Veterinary Hospital

Happy #InternationalDogDay From all of us at Suburban South Veterinary Hospital!! Show us some love and let’s see all th...
08/26/2020

Happy #InternationalDogDay From all of us at Suburban South Veterinary Hospital!! Show us some love and let’s see all those beautiful canines out there! 🐶

Lancaster residents keep a eye out for this poor lost buddy. Praying for a safe return to his owners.
08/23/2020

Lancaster residents keep a eye out for this poor lost buddy. Praying for a safe return to his owners.

Pls share 😭🙏💔

“Maci” would like to remind you, that although bees 🐝 are nature’s friend, they are not necessarily a dogs friend. 🤭 If ...
08/12/2020

“Maci” would like to remind you, that although bees 🐝 are nature’s friend, they are not necessarily a dogs friend. 🤭
If your dog experiences a bee sting or other insect bite, feel free to give us a call! We’d be happy to give you some guidance on how to get those beautiful faces back to their normal size 😆

*”Maci” is now back home, medicated and resting from her buzz of a day!

08/07/2020

We just wanted to update everyone on our current protocol as of currently- These changes have not just our clients best interests in heart but also our staff as well.

In order to enter our building, you must be wearing a mask. No one will be allowed to enter with out one. If you come and forget one, please call the office and we can either bring your animal inside and do the exam with you waiting in the car or we can provide a mask for you.

To ensure that we keep the amount of people in the clinic at a time to a minimum, please call the office at 716-668-0503 when you arrive for your appointment and a receptionist will tell you when it is ok for you to enter the building with your animal. We are allowing one pet parent per pet to accompany them into a exam room and you must stay in the designated areas as instructed by the technicians.

For medication and food pick ups, you can either come in the building with a mask on and get it or it can be done through a drop box and pre-payment over the phone can be arranged. We can also take pre-payment over the phone for pet food and if you call when you arrive at the clinic to pick up, a staff member will bring it out to your vehicle for you.
As mentioned before, we are encouraging people to utilize our online store for your prescription and food needs right now if you can.

We appreciate all your patience and consideration at this time and hope you all understand.
Thank you & stay healthy.

Just a few friendly summer reminders ☀️ 😎
07/03/2020

Just a few friendly summer reminders ☀️ 😎

05/26/2020

Our current updated protocol is now as follows-

Please call when arriving at the office. Clients will be let in one at a time per scheduled appointment time.
If you would like to come inside with your pet, we request that EVERYONE wear a mask upon entering the building. if you do not have a mask, you may wait in the car and the Doctor will call you to go over your pets treatment plan.
Please follow the designated floor tape and instructions when inside.
All medication and food pick up is still done through phone request and scheduled pick up time.
All these protocol are subject to change based on updated state requirements.
Thank you very much for your cooperation :)

05/13/2020

Kirby hopes everyone is continuing to stay healthy and safe! While he misses seeing everyone come in the office, we are still currently running with the locked door policy until further notice.
We are available for your emergency appointments though and now taking well visit appointments for vaccines as well, but there is a two week wait.
Stay healthy everyone and remember to stay on flea and tick medicine!

From all of us at SSVH, we would like to wish you a wonderful, safe and Happy Easter! 🐣🐰 *Special thanks to our receptio...
04/12/2020

From all of us at SSVH, we would like to wish you a wonderful, safe and Happy Easter! 🐣🐰

*Special thanks to our receptionist Julie for sharing this adorable picture of her bunny “Wilber” ☺️

Happy #NationalPetDay! Let’s see all those beautiful pet! 🐱🐶
04/11/2020

Happy #NationalPetDay! Let’s see all those beautiful pet! 🐱🐶

The best part of bringing just the dogs in the hospital with out their owners are those extra moments of puppy snuggles ...
04/10/2020

The best part of bringing just the dogs in the hospital with out their owners are those extra moments of puppy snuggles we get to steal!
Thanks for the hugs and kisses Trip! Such a handsome boy 💙
Beth Ann Klein

Here’s a visual chart to help explain the Coronavirus a bit better for everyone.
04/07/2020

Here’s a visual chart to help explain the Coronavirus a bit better for everyone.

04/06/2020
Niagara Frontier Veterinary Society

Incase anyone was wondering.

As many of you are aware, there has been some concern about COVID19 affecting pets- specifically cats. The Bronx Zoo has recently reported one of their tigers displaying symptoms and then testing positive for COVID19. It is believed that the tiger was exposed by a zookeeper who did not have symptoms but was positive for COVID19.

What you, a pet owner, should know:

1. There is currently NO evidence of cat to human transmission. Your cat (or dog or ferret) cannot make you sick. You do not need to relinquish or euthanize your pet because of this virus.
2. You can potentially transmit COVID19 to your pets. If you test positive or are quarantined as a result of suspicions of Corona virus, you should seclude yourself from your human and domestic animal family members.
3. If you or a household family member tests positive for COVID19, and you suspect your pet has symptoms, PLEASE tell your veterinarian about your household being COVID19 positive. There are precautions we need to take when handling your pet and getting your pet to the clinic in order to ensure our safety.

Please reach out to your veterinarian for any other questions.

Stay safe.
The Doctors of the Niagara Frontier Veterinary Society

Special thanks to our multi talented Vet Tech Megan for being so thoughtful and sewing cute masks for all the employees ...
04/03/2020

Special thanks to our multi talented Vet Tech Megan for being so thoughtful and sewing cute masks for all the employees to be extra protected here at the office!
Stay safe every one! 😷

Some helpful recommendations form NYS.
03/31/2020

Some helpful recommendations form NYS.

03/21/2020

With the increasing concerns over COVID-19, we are making some additional changes to our protocols effective Monday, March 23, 2020. These changes have not just our clients best interests in heart but also our staff as well.

Firstly, we have decided that all non essential appointments will be postponed until further notice. With our clients and patients best interest in heart, we will only be providing services for what is medically necessary for your pets current wellbeing. If you have questions if your pet’s needs fall into this category, please call the office to speak to someone and we will be happy to go over your animals medical history and make the best decision at this time.

Secondly we will be enforcing a locked door policy now, to ensure that we keep the amount of people in the clinic at a time to a minimum.
When you arrive for your appointment, please call the office at 716-668-0503 and you will be let in one by one for appointments.
If you feel more comfortable remaining in your vehicle then you may stay and we will take your pet in to the treatment area and the Doctor will call your cell phone to go over your treatment plan and findings.
If you would like to come in the building, you may remain in the reception area while your animal is taken back to our treatment area and then the Doctor will come out and go over a treatment plan and findings with you.

And lastly, all medication pick ups will be done through a drop box now and pre payment over the phone is encouraged. We can also take pre payment over the phone for pet food and if you call when you arrive at the clinic to pick up, a staff member will bring it out to your vehicle for you.
As mentioned before, we are encouraging people to utilize our online store for your prescription and food needs right now if you can.

We appreciate all your patience and consideration at this time and hope you all understand.
Thank you & stay healthy. 😸

Don’t forget, our online store is still running and able to get you great deals on your prescription medications and foo...
03/18/2020
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Don’t forget, our online store is still running and able to get you great deals on your prescription medications and food. The best past is it’s delivered right to your home!
We recommend everyone to be taking advantage of this option at this time 😊

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Some frequently asked questions and answers about the Coronavirus, answered by the AVMA.
03/15/2020

Some frequently asked questions and answers about the Coronavirus, answered by the AVMA.

03/15/2020

At this time we have our clients and patients best interest in mind. We are currently planning on running business as usually, but we have some slight changes. To reduce potential exposure to our staff and other clients, we ask that you limit your in office experience to TWO people per pet family. We would like to keep the amount of people in the office at one time reduced. We apologize for any inconvenience and appreciate your consideration with that.

We also do have some friendly reminders so we may proceed with the necessary precautions. If you are sick with COVID-19 or another communicable disease, you should stay at home, minimizing contact with other people, until you are well. Accordingly, if this is a non-urgent appointment that needs to be scheduled for your pet or service animal (e.g., annual wellness examination, routine vaccination, elective surgery), you should wait to schedule that appointment until your physician and your public health official believe you no longer present a risk of transmitting your infection to other people you may encounter during such a visit, including owners of pets or other animals and veterinary clinic staff.

And again, we appreciate your consideration at this time and will follow up on our face book and website with any additional information if and when it is needed.
Thank you 😺

Stay calm and snuggle your pet ❤️
03/15/2020

Stay calm and snuggle your pet ❤️

With all of our social distancing, we will likely find ourselves spending more time with our pets. Rest assured, our pets can NOT get infected with or infect you with COVID19. So enjoy those extra snuggles and wash your hands!

Looks like we have a Copy Cat in the office today 😆
02/12/2020

Looks like we have a Copy Cat in the office today 😆

02/07/2020

We would just like to let our clients know that we will be closed every Saturday from now until the end of March- with a date to be announced at a later time.
We will be open Monday through Friday 7:30am to 6pm. We are sorry for the inconvenience!
Thank you!!

01/31/2020

Just a friendly reminder- today is the very LAST DAY to enroll in one of our yearly savings plans! Don’t miss out on getting a great deal for you pet!.
Call the office to enroll over the phone or to get details. ☺️
We are here until 6pm today.
716-668-0503.

Wishing all our wonderful clients and their pets a very happy and healthy New Year! Kirby says,  cheers to 2020! 🥂🍾🎊
12/31/2019

Wishing all our wonderful clients and their pets a very happy and healthy New Year!
Kirby says, cheers to 2020! 🥂🍾🎊

This pretty girl “Dublin”, was in today for her yearly exam and to sign up for her new physical savings plan for next ye...
12/03/2019

This pretty girl “Dublin”, was in today for her yearly exam and to sign up for her new physical savings plan for next year!

If you haven’t yet signed up for the 2020 Physical savings Plans, now is a great time! Call or stop in to see what plan would be best for your pet 🙂

*TICKS! Ticks and more ticks!! Today alone, we have removed 6 ticks off of dogs. 😣 Ticks are out in full force right now...
10/31/2019

*TICKS! Ticks and more ticks!! Today alone, we have removed 6 ticks off of dogs. 😣
Ticks are out in full force right now so it’s very important to not only be checking your pet over daily, but also making sure they are up to date on lymes vaccines and flea & tick prevention.
It’s easy to think a tick is just a skin tag on your pet or small lump. This is a picture of a tick on a dog before being removed.
If your pet gets a tick it is important that if you attempt to remove the tick your self, that the entire tick comes off with the head intact. We recommend buying a tick removing spoon (amazon sells them and some pets stores) to ensure you attempt to remove it properly. If you do not feel comfortable attempting your self then please call us and we will do it for you.
After a tick has been removed from your pet we advise you have a 4DX test done to check for heartworm, anaplasma, borrelia burgdorferi, ehrlichia run 4-6 weeks after contamination to check for these tick diseases that could have been transmitted to your animal. At that time if not current on your lymes vaccination, that can be administrated as well as purchasing additional tick prevention if needed.

Wishing you all a Happy and safe Halloween!👻🎃👹 from Kirby, the Halloween Hound and all of us at Suburban South! 😺
10/31/2019

Wishing you all a Happy and safe Halloween!👻🎃👹
from Kirby, the Halloween Hound and all of us at Suburban South! 😺

Address

1230 French Rd
Depew, NY
14043

Opening Hours

Monday 07:30 - 18:00
Tuesday 07:30 - 18:00
Wednesday 07:30 - 18:00
Thursday 07:30 - 17:00
Friday 07:30 - 18:00
Saturday 07:30 - 12:00

Telephone

(716) 668-0503

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