New Clients

Welcome. Here you’ll find everything you need about All Animal Veterinary Services and how we can help you.


What to expect

When you are looking for a veterinary care clinic you should be able to count on superior care and excellent service. We at All Animal Veterinary have assembled an expert team of veterinary professionals to bring you the best possible healthcare for your pet. We are a small country animal clinic that offers many services to help care and treat animal of all sizes. Call 845-255-2900 to schedule an appointment and we will find a time that is convenient for you.

Once a year, you should take your pet for an Annual Exam. This is a full physical exam, you can update any vaccines, blood test or other medical needs, such as medication refills, nail trims, or taking care of anal glands, at this time. Dr. Acworth will check the health of your pet from head to tail.

Bring in any medical history you have of your pet when you come to our vet clinic. It’s best to keep a journal of your pet’s health throughout his or her life, including behavioral shifts. If you have something like this, share it with our team. If not, let us know everything that you think will be important. 

Don’t let worries about costs keep you from caring for your pet. All Pet Credit Card lets you get the care and supplies you need, when you need them – and pay over time. It’s offered exclusively through a partnership with All Animal Veterinary Services. This gives you access to special financing* for six months on purchases of $250 or more. Not hit on your credit to apply.


Clinical Tests Our veterinarian Can Perform

Regularly taking your pet to the vet clinic promotes and maintains good health. At All Animal Veterinary Services in Modena, NY, we offer comprehensive pet care services, including routine checkups. Many pet owners wonder what to expect during their pet’s regular veterinary visit. Here are some critical tests you can expect us to perform.

Common Tests to consider for new pet patients

Pet Urinalysis

Analysis of your pet’s urine sample can offer a wealth of information about their overall health. The vet will look for signs of infection, inflammation, crystal formation, kidney dysfunction, and diabetes.

Heartworm Test

Heartworm is one of the deadliest parasites that can attack your pet. Heartworm disease can cause heart disease with symptoms such as coughing, lethargy, kidney disease, and even death. According to the American Heartworm Society, your pet should be tested for heartworm annually. Our heartworm test (4DX) also checks for tick borne diseases such as Lyme, Ehrlichia, and Anaplasma.

Blood Work

Blood work is typically thought of for senior pets. However, it’s best to start while your pet is young. This will create a reliable baseline, making diagnosing future health complications easy. Blood work can reveal the outset of diseases and other health concerns.

Fecal Examination

Intestinal parasites are notorious for leaching away the essential nutrients from your pet. A routine fecal assessment can help us determine if parasites are present your pet’s gastrointestinal system. Then, a deworming medicine can be prescribed and a deworming schedule to prevent intestinal parasites from returning can be set up.

Ear Examination

Ear infections can be common among cats and dogs. They may be caused by ear mites, bacterial or yeast infections. Ear infections may be a sign of allergies. If left unchecked, ear infections can advance to thickened, painful inflamed ears and other serious medical conditions.

Skin Examination

If your pet has dry, itchy skin or hairless patches on the body, they likely have a health issue. Some pet health complications can show signs on the skin, like poor nutrition, fleas, endocrine imbalances, allergies, skin infections, and mange.

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When your pet needs their health exam or is sick or injured, call our veterinary office to make your appointment. Our office in Modena is available for all your pet’s health needs. Call us at (845) 255-2900 for All Animal Veterinary Services… or use the form below to send us an email


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