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Glens Falls Animal Hospital

66 Glenwood Avenue
Queensbury , NY 12804
(518) 792-6575
3.75 of 5 Stars Based on 13 Reviews 
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Recently renovated to accomodate an ever-expanding clientele of furry and feathered friends, family-owned Glens Falls Animal Hospital is well-equipped to handle your pets needs.

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from Glens Falls, NY wrote on
We,myself and my dog, had a great visit. Explained I was a Suny Adirondack student,and understandingly being a college money is tight. GFAH gave me a free shots,knowingly, I had brought my dog under no emergency case ,but because i was concernd about a lil itching. I guess they were just as happy that I took early prevention ,no matter what. Thank you for the kindness GFAH ,C-you soo
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from glens falls, NY wrote on
Our yorkie JASMINE was very sick. Wouldn't eat / hardly drinking as much/peeing not pooping/stomach was l.p.swollen.During the night she became lethargic. Called vets got appointment for 2:30 with Dr bob .Exam given/ blood work done/surgery done before 5:30pm.We thought it was constipation much worse PYROMETA. Dr bob said it was good to bring her in when we did.We were so scared that we were going to lose her. This can be deadly.She came home Friday September 4th 2015 and is back to normal. They also let us visit her and walk her also we had to feed her because sometimes we have to hand feed her because i spoiled her by doing that when we rescued her at 10 months old. THANK YOU TO GLENS FALLS ANIMAL HOSPITAL AND STAFF FOR THE LOVE AND CARE THEY GAVE TO OUR PRECIOUS LITTLE GIRL JASMINE DURING HER STAY. A BIG THANK YOU TO DR. BOB OCONNER FOR KNOWING WHAT WAS WRONG BEFORE WE GOT THE RESULTS. A BIG THANK YOU TO all from our family to your family.
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from GF, NY wrote on
Amazing veterinarians, they are wonderful, compassionate and a delight to work with. I would not want to put my animals in anyone else's care. They have helped me through some difficult times and when I had problems with the shelter I adopted from not doing their job. It sickens me to see them being smeared on here with lies and It is obvious where it is coming from. I have also brought in a stray in the middle of the night with a vet meeting me and finding the owner because it was microchipped and I have seen them put up lost and unwanted animals for adoption. They met me in the middle of the night for my own animal in an emergency and without running up a bill. I board my animals with them as well. We have been using them for 18 years since we moved to this area. <3
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from Queensbury, NY wrote on
Very glad to see people are finally opening their eyes to the lack of compassion that is shown by the staff of this facility. After 20 plus years of taking my dogs to this facility, I pulled the records of 2 animals and switched vets on the spot. This was a few years ago now and I couldn't be happier. The straw was their refusal to see my dog who was unable to walk on an emergency basis. The staff actually told me they were booked and I'd have to wait another day. I don't think so
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Heartbreak = Healthy, friendly, even previously-owned & vetted "stray" cats being KILLED at GF animal "hospital"! (SAME cats have been requested by local rescues for adoption!!!) If public & GF animal "hospital" clients knew what went on "behind the scenes", any with a conscience would boycott this practice! IF a cat is fortunate enough to leave this place alive, he/she is grossly mal-nourished! Little or NO veterinary care is given even if ill or pregnant! As a result, many newborn kittens die & the life of the mother is in jeopardy!
How can veterinarians with apparently initial intentions of helping animals choose to KILL healthy cats simply because they were homeless at the time they were brought in--especially when there are other viable options?! What happened to their OATH to help animals? (Someone has to administer the "death needle" to these healthy cats AND kittens... someone, apparently, without a conscience!)
Note to the people who try to help by bringing stray cats to this practice: You may well be bringing them to their DEATH! Ask to see the secret "back room"! Ask what happens to these healthy cats after 5 days? Ask to see the mark in their ear that indicates when they are to be KILLED! Ask how much money GF animal "hospital" receives "per head" when cats are brought in! Why is it that the SPCA, who has a contract with Warren County to take in strays, currently has NO cats available for adoption & is sending prospective adopters to GF animal "hospital" for cats to adopt...yet GF animal "hospital" is KILLING cats that could have had good homes? Is it because these cats do not contribute to the wealth of this practice while they are alive?! According to this writer's very credible sources, a stray cat is brought in by a well-meaning person or Animal Control; GF animal "hospital" is paid by the County/SPCA contract "per head". GF animal "hospital" then KILLS this heathy cat after 5 days... making room for another...& cremates this cat in THEIR crematory--again, being paid by the County. Therefore, KILLING healthy cats seems to be a very lucrative source of income for this practice! How is this ethical? How is this not animal abuse--animal abuse that should be punished, not paid for by tax dollars?! Should not those directing this practice of KILLING these healthy animals be arrested, charged & punished to the fullest extent of the law--NOT rewarded for their inhumane actions?! ASK the above questions of the vets/staff of GF animal "hospital"! You might be shocked & appalled by the answers! Then...what will you do to stop this atrocity?! What if this were YOUR cat?
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