Ingold Veterinary Hospital, Inc.
Small Animal Medicine and Surgery
2200 West Market Street - York, PA 17404
717-792-2531

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“Where your pet’s wellbeing is at the heart of all we do.”

2200 West Market St.    York, PA  17404    717-792-2531     www.ingoldvet.com

 

Ingold Veterinary Hospital, Inc. Professional Services  

Emergency Care:  Dr. Ingold is available 24/7 for established clients with pet emergencies.  Contact the main office number; follow prompts. 

House Calls:  available within a 10-mile radius of the hospital for wellness and euthanasia services; body removal; private or communal cremation services by request. 

Laser Therapy:  Surgery free, drug free, noninvasive treatments penetrate deeply into tissues to help reduce inflammation and relieve pain.  Used to enhance other treatments and aid in reducing post-operative and dental pain; as well as many acute and chronic conditions.   

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Humane Euthanasia with Communal or Private Cremation Services Available, Pet Loss and Grief Counseling 

Prescriptions/Medications/Dental products/Prescription Pet Foods, Heartworm and Flea and Tick Prevention Products:

        In-house Pharmacy for dispensing prescribed medications

        Hill’s and Royal Canin Prescripition and Nutritional Products

        Heartgard Plus (medicated chew tab dispensed for heartworm prevention and intestinal parasite control with regular monthly use)

        NexGard (medicated chewable tablet; quick acting flea and tick control, long lasting)

        Frontline Gold (non-prescription superior topical for flea and tick control)

        Revolution (feline heartworm prevention with flea control)

        Program Injections for Felines (for flea infestation prevention) 

Special Diagnostic Services:

        Blood and Urine Profiles

        Electrocardiograms (EKG’s)

        Blood Pressure Testing

        Digital Radiographs

        Ultrasound Equipment

        Tonometry (eye pressure testing) 

Surgical/Hospitalization Services:

        ACTH Stimulation Testing

        Dental Prophylaxis (cleaning; extractions) 

General Surgery: 

        Spays (ovariohysterectomy)

        Neuters (castration)

        Front Declaws (if medically necessary; or required by housing authorities)

        Limited Orthopedics; including Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) surgery

        Soft Tissue Surgery (including mass removals, splenectomy, exploratory, vulva-plasty, perineal urethrostomy, cystotomy)

        Opthalmic Surgery

        Referral Services 

Wellness Examinations and Vaccinations:

        Comprehensive Physical Examinations (annual wellness visit)

        Bi-Annual Senior Examinations

        Senior Wellness Examinations

        Senior Wellness Packages

        Vaccinations

        Puppy and Kitten Litter Examinations
 

Dedicated to lifelong companion pet wellness and continuous client education
 

When and Why Your Pet Needs Regular Physical Exams:

Pets often mask their pain; this is an instinctive survival behavior for them.  Unless obvious, your pet simply can't tell you where it hurts.  A Comprehensive Physical Exam enables our veterinary team to detect abnormalities that help uncover disease.  Further, a Comprehensive Physical Exam is the basic tool used to evaluate your pet's health status and to help you make informed decisions about the care of your special companion. 


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