Thursday, Nov. 23rd - Thanksgiving - Closed
Tuesday, Dec. 5th - Staff Training - Closed
Friday, Dec 22nd (Closed 11AM-2PM) - Christmas Party
Monday, Dec. 25th - Christmas - Closed
Tuesday, Dec. 26th - Closed
Monday, Jan. 1st - New Year's Day - Closed
<< Online Pharmacy Is Now Available!
CHVC has partnered with a new online pharmacy, Vets First Choice, so that you can order your pet's medicaitons from the comfort of your own home and have them delivered to your door. Just click on the Shop Now button below to place your order today.
Your pet is more than just an animal that resides in your home. He or she is an integral part of the family. For many of us, our animal companions are our most trusted confidantes and our most loyal friends. That is how the team at Colonial Heights Veterinary Clinic feels, which is why our compassionate care and exceptional service truly set us apart. At Colonial Heights Veterinary Clinic, our most valuable assets are our clients and the animals that they love. It is the very love you have for your companion that drives us to do our very best, providing the most effective, personalized care available. We want to serve you and your animal family member, both now, and for many years into the future.
We hope to see you both in our office soon!
Learn more about Dr. Williams and the staff of Colonial Heights under the "About Us" Tab.
An exciting new product is being unveiled by Merial. Oravet, a new dental hygiene chew, contains delmopinol, an ingredient that has been used for years in a human oral rinse. Oravet Chews create a preventative barrier, blocking bacteria that lead to plaque, tartar, and bad breath. It also helps loosen existing plaque and tartar to make it easier to remove. They come in a chewable treat that can be given once daily. Ask us for more details at your next visit.
Special Offer- Wellness Screening
An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure- this old adage applies to our pets as well as us.
As we all know, our pets age faster than we do. The old wives’ tale that one dog year is equal to seven human years is not accurate. The aging of dogs depends greatly on their size and breed, while cats are a little more consistent. Dogs and cats can develop conditions such as diabetes, thyroid problems, heart disease and kidney disease, and it is important to uncover these issues early if we want to be able to treat them. With this in mind, we are starting to recommend physical examinations every six months for pets over the age of seven. Furthermore, we recommend lab work screening for common diseases once per year. This would include a complete blood count, chemistry panel, thyroid screening and tick-borne disease testing.
In an effort to promote geriatric wellness, we have developed a special offer for our patients over the age of seven. (Actually this offer will be good for any age pet.) The heartworm test plus tick-borne disease screening (4Dx Panel) is not part of the base package but can be added at a discounted price.
Give us a call for more information about this special offer!
With allergy season upon us, for both dogs and people, Colonial Heights would like to make our clients aware that we have a non-steroidal anti-itch medication called Apoquel.
Find out more about Apoquel by calling us, or visiting their website specifically designed for pet owners: https://www.zoetisus.com/apoquel-pet-owner/index.aspx?utm_source=owner&utm_medium=click&utm_campaign=Apoquelztssite
Colonial Heights Veterinary Clinic
2338 US Highway 68
Maysville, KY 41056
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We are open during the following hours:
Monday - Friday: 8:00 - 5:00
Closed for Lunch: 12:00-1:00
Saturday: 9:00 - noon