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The Animal Hospital
2 Rocking Horse Lane, Slingerlands
518.456.0852; theanimalhospital.com
We at The Animal Hospital have dedicated our lives and this practice to our patients. Our serene veterinary office is a warm and inviting practice for you and your companion. By choice we remain a small hospital allowing all of our staff to know you and your pet, giving whatever time is necessary to meet your needs. Every patient benefits from our commitment to be at the forefront in veterinary medicine. We do our best to reassure them with a gentle voice and soft touch. Our philosophy is to treat each patient as if they were our own family member.

Guilderland Animal Hospital
4963 Western Turnpike, Guilderland
518.355.0260; guilderlandanimalhosp.com
Guilderland Animal Hospital has been providing veterinary care for the Capital District since 1955. As an AAHA accredited hospital since 1973, GAH provides quality and professional pet care adhering to the high standards of AAHA. Services include routine preventive and urgent care, diagnostic imaging, advanced dental surgery and general/laser surgery for cancer and orthopedic procedures and multi-modal pain management including laser therapy. Ancillary services include bathing, boarding, and RX pet foods. The GAH staff acknowledges the importance of the human-pet bond and strives to support that bond with multiple treatment options and staff and client education.

Schenectady Dog Training Club
823 Gower Road, Scotia
518.393.6088; sdtcdogs.com
Schenectady Dog Training Club, Inc., formed in 1951, is located in West Glenville, NY, and offers training classes in obedience, agility and rally obedience for your canine companion. All regular sessions run for six weeks and are offered five times a year, starting in January, March, May, July, and September, with a four-week mini session. While the primary goal for those joining our club is often simply a well-socialized, well-behaved family pet, many members go on to participate in various community activities, such as demonstrations, parades, educational programs, rescue, and therapy dog work. All dogs are welcome.

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