The ACS Community Veterinary Clinic
provides preventative health services for dogs and cats.
Did you know that vaccinating your pet for rabies is required by law?
VETERINARY CLINIC PHONE NUMBERS
Have your flea and tick prevention or heart- worm prevention shipped directly to your home!
Animal Care Sanctuary is a no-kill, non- profit organization. We do not receive any government funding. Our clinic staff also provide care to over 500 sanctuary animals.
We encourage all of our clients to establish a relationship with a veterinarian at a full service veterinary clinic because our services cannot and should not take the place of annual comprehensive veterinary examinations, screenings for health problems, and emergency care.
You can help fund the spay/neuter and health care of feral cats in our community! Cost of a cat spay is $75. If you are interested in sponsoring a feral cat, please speak to our staff about how you can help. Your donation is tax deductible! ACS is a 501(c)3 organization that relies entirely on donations. No local, state or federal government assistance is received.
The ACS Community Clinic is a healthy pet clinic.
Our hours of operation are Monday through Friday from 8:30AM to 4PM.
We perform vaccinations, spays, and neuters. We can treat minor illnesses only.
We do not provide emergency services at any time.
Please refer to the list of veterinary clinics below for specific needs.
For Emergencies and after-hours concerns:
Cornell University (Ithaca, NY) 607-253-3060
Colonial Animal Hospital (Ithaca, NY) 607-257-3650
Animal Emergency Center (Watsontown, PA) 570-742-7400
Veterinary Referral and Emergency Center (Clarks Summit, PA) 570-587-7777
Full Service Clinics in Bradford County, PA:
Athens Animal Hospital 570-888-2354
Endless Mtns (Athens) 570-888-8387
Endless Mtns (Rome) 570-247-2861
Laurel Hill Veterinary Service (East Smithfield) 570-596-2020
Milan Veterinary Clinic 570-888-6364
Towanda Creek Animal Hospital 570-265-5244
Troy Veterinary Clinic 570-673-3182
Wyalusing Pet Clinic 570-746-6076
Preventative Health Services:
1. Subsidized spay/neuter surgeries
2. Wellness exams
5. Nail trim
6. Anal gland expression
7. Heartworm/Lyme testing in Dogs
8. Leukemia/FIV testing in Cats
Medical Conditions we treat:
1. Minor eye, ear, and skin problems
2. Upper respiratory infection in cats
3. Intestinal parasites
4. Minor urinary issues
Emergency Services are not provided. For all emergencies, please contact Cornell University Hospital for Animals at 607-253- 3060
Appointments are required for wellness visits.
Rabies vaccine is required for all animals presented for surgery.
Distemper/Parvo is required for dogs.
Animals found to have fleas or worms at the time of surgery will be treated at owner’s expense.
Trap Neuter Return (T.R.N.)
- TNR is a method of controlling feral cat populations by neutering them and returning them to their territory.
- TNR is the ONLY proven method for population stabilization.
- TNR only works when people in the community take charge of a colony.
- Trap and euthanize does NOT work!
- If you feed them, fix them.
Benefits of Spay/Neuter
- Decrease the likelihood of several types of cancer.
- Eliminate the chance of pyometra (often fatal infection) in female animals.
- Improve behavior.
- Decrease aggression.
- Decrease chances of animal wandering to find a mate.
- The ONLY way to help animal over-Population. We cannot adopt this problem away!
An Ear tip is a universal symbol for “neutered.” A 1/4 inch of the left ear is removed while the animal is sedated.
Shelter and Rescue Group Partnership Program
ACS Clinic provides spay/neuter for several local rescues and shelters. This allows other rescues to use their funds to care for more animals!
Appointments are Required for Spay/Neuter Services.