Services We Offer
A vaccination program specifically with your animals needs in mind will be recommended for your pet.
The hospital does provide a boarding service. Any animal to be boarded must have the proper vaccinations and be flea free. If your animal is not a patient of Cortlandt Animal Hospital an office visit is required, along with proof of vaccinations prior to admittance. Charges for boarding are per night, same as surgery.
The most common disease in small animals over the age of 5 years is periodontal disease which left unaddressed can affect other organs such as the heart and the kidneys. Our professional staff is well trained in all aspects of diagnosing and treating dental disease.
The advanced dental imaging available to us will generate a 3-dimensional computerized model of your pets’ mouth in less time than taking conventional 1-dimentional dental x-rays. We will be able to clearly identify most oral disease in a shorter time, thus shortening the length of anesthesia.
Once imaging of your pet’s mouth is obtained and a full oral exam is performed, the doctor will go over the findings with the owner prior to proceeding with treatment. Once a treatment plan is agreed upon, any extractions will be performed by the doctor. A technician will then clean and polish all remaining teeth.
US and International Dr. Berk is USDA certified and can provide National and International health certificates.
With the equipment providing a fully functional laboratory within the hospital, we are able to identify and report diagnoses almost immediately.
All routine radiography will preformed digitally. All Radiographs are reviewed by Board Certified Radiologist.
The following services will be available at our sister hospital Taconic Rt 202 24 Hour Veterinary Center
Robert Steckel D.V.M. A.C.V.S. & Christopher Dillon D.V.M. A.C.V.S. are our staff, board certified surgeons. From the routine to complicated, we are here for you and your pet.
Veterinary laser surgery provides the same benefits to pets that human patients have enjoyed for over thirty years: less pain, less bleeding, less infection, less swelling and discomfort after surgery, and the ability to resume normal activities sooner. When pets recover quickly, they get to go home faster, making owners and veterinarians happy.
Dr. Berk is trained in ultrasonography.