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  • Three Times You May be Able to Do First Aid at Home
    Does My Pet Really Need to See the Vet?             All pets sometimes experience minor injuries or illnesses.  While Patton Veterinary Hospital is always happy to see your pets for any Read more
  • Guess What! Cats Can be Trained, Too!
    How to Train Your Cat             Everyone has lots of ideas on how to train dogs, but did you know that cats can be trained as well?  It may take a Read more
  • Remembering Those We Have Lost
    Special Ways to Honor Our Pets Who Have Passed Away            It’s no secret that people form very special bonds with their pets. In some cases, we may feel closer to Read more
  • Cats and the Avian Flu Virus
    For the Birds:  Cats in Manhattan Contracted a Strain of Avian Flu             In late December, a number of cats at a Manhattan animal shelter were confirmed to have contracted a Read more
  • New Ways to Beat the Itch of Allergies in Dogs
    New Treatments Available for Allergic Dogs Many of our patients at the Patton Veterinary Hospital come to see us due to skin allergies which may be seasonal or year-round.  While trying Read more
  • Pet-Safe Winterizing Products
    Which Ice Melt or De-Icer Products are Pet Friendly?             Winter is here and that means the potential for snow, ice and frigid temperatures which also means we need to use Read more
  • Be Cautious This Holiday Season: Potential Holiday Hazards for Pets
    Holiday Hazards 2016:  A Musical Reminder                 Christmas is fast approaching and I don’t know about you but I am NOT ready yet!  Anyway, the holidays will be over before we Read more
  • 2016 Pet-Related Holiday Events in York
    Holiday Events at Patton Veterinary Hospital and the Red Lion Area December 2016              It's hard to believe that it is Christmas time again!  Though the weather has Read more
  • What Do Cats Need for a Proper Diet?
    What Should I Feed My Cat?                 We doctors at Patton Veterinary Hospital are often asked about food and diets for both cats and dogs.  What brand?  How much to feed?  Read more
  • Osteosarcoma: Bone Tumors
    Cancer Series:  November is Cancer Awareness Month for Pets Osteosarcoma                 Osteosarcoma is a cancer of the bones.  It most often occurs in the long bones of older, large breed dogs.  Patients Read more
  • Lymphoma
    Cancer Series: November is Cancer Awareness Month for Pets Lymphoma                 Lymphoma is a form of cancer that can affect pets of any age and can be found in nearly any organ Read more
  • Mammary Tumors in Cats and Dogs
    Cancer Series: November is Cancer Awareness Month for Pets Mammary Tumors                 October was breast cancer awareness month, but did you know that dogs and cats can get breast or mammary cancer Read more
  • Hemangiosarcoma in Pets
    Cancer Series: November is Cancer Awareness Month for Pets Hemangiosarcoma                 November marks National Pet Cancer Awareness Month.  To promote cancer awareness, we will discuss a different type of cancer affecting pets Read more
  • Top Five Halloween Hazards
    Halloween Hazards                 Fall has arrived bringing colored leaves, crisp cool air, more pumpkin-spiced items than you can imagine and, my favorite holiday, Halloween.  We have discussed things that might be Read more
  • National Veterinary Technician Week
    Help PVH Celebrate National Veterinary Technician Week!                 We at Patton Veterinary Hospital have an amazing team of nurses and we invite everyone to help us celebrate and thank the wonderful Read more
  • What is a Heart Murmur?
    What Does it Mean if My Pet Has a Heart Murmur?                 At Patton Veterinary Hospital, many of our patients have heart murmurs.  Murmurs can be mild and “innocent”, or they Read more


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Read What Our Clients Say

    Very nice pet hospital. We were extremely pleased. Impressed by the education they give you as well. Our dog had her teeth cleaned and the nurse spent 10 minutes going over post-op procedures. Also we needed to come back in one week to have sutures looked at and they don't charge you an office visit for that like Leader Heights Animal Hospital would do


    I am extremely happy with the care that my puppy Cody received when he had his recent hip surgery. I highly recommend Patton Veterinary Hospital.

    Allison & Troy W.

    I would absolutely recommend Patton to anyone who has pets. Fabulous service every time by all the staff. Thank you


    The entire staff is courteous, friendly, and helpful. They all seem to have a true love for all pets. They follow-up promptly and we have never had a problem with any of the doctors (Dr. Doug is our primary) or any of the other staff.

    Charles & Sally