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Wellsboro Small Animal Hospital

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Primary Location
12043 Route 287
Middlebury Center, PA 16935
Phone: (570) 376-2800

Office Hours

DayMorningAfternoon
Monday7:30 AM6:00 PM
Tuesday7:30 AM8:00 PM
Wednesday7:30 AM6:00 PM
Thursday7:30 AM6:00 PM
Friday7:30 AM6:00 PM
Saturday7:30 AM2:00 PM
SundayClosedClosed
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Wellness Exams & Testing

Wellness Exams

Protecting your pet from contagious diseases is one of the most important ways to care for your pet. Vaccinations against contagious and deadly diseases such as rabies, canine parvovirus, canine distemper, canine corona virus, canine Bordetella, feline leukemia, feline distemper and other serious diseases is vital to keeping your pet healthy. We offer annual exams and vaccinations assistance to help you in identifying small problems before they become major concerns. These annual visits allow us to conduct a comprehensive physical exam, including intestinal parasite testing.


Testing (Heartworm and Intestinal Parasites)

There are many types of parasites that can infect your pet. Parasites go through several life stages before emerging as adults and often need at least two hosts to complete the cycle. We offer testing and treatment. Below is a list of some of the more common parasites.

  • Heartworm - A mosquito serves as the intermediate host for the larval stage of the worm. The mosquito ingests the larva when it bites an infected dog and deposits its cargo in an uninfected dog when seeking another blood meal. Once they reach adult form, they travel to the right side of the heart through a vein and await the opportunity to reproduce. Adult heartworms can reach 12 inches in length and can remain in the dog's heart for several years. Heartworm infection is usually detected with blood tests.
  • Parasitic Worms - Dogs and cats are victims of several internal parasites frequently referred to as worms. The most common are roundworms, hookworms, whipworms and tapeworms. Of these four only two can be seen in the stool with the naked eye: roundworms and tapeworms, and these may not be seen until they reach adulthood. The others are only detected after examination of the stool under a microscope. This is precisely why a stool sample is often required in order to discover which parasite is present; the presence of these worms' eggs can often only be detected microscopically. We can detect and treat parasitic infections in your pets through stool sample checking.

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Welcome to
Wellsboro Small Animal Hospital &
Veterinary Medical Center

Your Veterinarian in Middlebury Center & Mansfield PA
Call us at (570) 376-2800 WSAH or
570-662-7655 VMC

 

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New patients receive 15% OFF their first office visit (well visit)
or first vaccine appointment for your pet
.  All you have to do is fill out this form to take advantage of this exclusive offer.

We Accept  

Our Services

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OR CALL 1-800-677-0718.

PAY YOUR VET BILL

Middlebury Center Office Mansfield Office
 
 

 

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Add your email to our list by using this form and you will receive $10.00 or 15% off your pet's next well visit (Must be used within 3 months of submitting your email).  **We will not email any coupons, the discount will be applied to your account at your next well visit.**

Office Hours

                       WSAH                               VMC
Monday:        7:30am-6pm                     7am-5pm
Tuesday:       7:30am-8pm                     7am-5pm
Wednesday:  7:30am-6pm                     7am-1pm
Thursday:      7:30am-6pm                     7am-5pm
Friday:           7:30am-6pm                     7am-7pm
Saturday:       7:30am-2pm                    7am-12pm
Sunday:         CLOSED                           CLOSED

CALL US TODAY!

(570) 376-2800 (Middlebury Center)
(570) 662-7655 (Mansfield)

Contact

WSAH Address:

12043 Route 287
Middlebury Center, PA 16935
Phone: 570-376-2800
Fax: 570-376-2936


VMC Address:

17764 Route 6
Mansfield, PA 16933
Phone: 570-662-7655
Fax: 570-662-8672

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