Parkside Veterinary Hospital provides Albany, New York and the surrounding community with the highest quality veterinary care and training in the state of New Jersey.
We are staffed by a professional health team of caring, compassionate and highly qualified professionals dedicated to providing high quality care for our pets. We are trained to take care of all kinds of animals and to take care of a wide range of diseases and health conditions. Some of our patients visit daily, while others provide 24-hour medical care. While others extend their shifts and care for patients 24 hours a day, some GPs are only available off-duty.
Other ER clinics can charge between $800 and $1,500 for serious medical concerns, and other emergency rooms can charge between $2,000 and $3,200 for minor medical problems.
But a budget of at least $300 is enough to fund emergency screenings, treatments, and medications. However, if your pet requires surgery or intensive care, you need to prepare for up to $4,000. This is a small amount that can be paid into the emergency fund in a month, but if your pets require surgery, intensive care or other emergency medical treatment, you will probably need to prepare a maximum of $2,500 or more in emergency funds. In any case, if you use Care Credit, ask if it can extend the coverage of your dog's medical treatment costs to cover his or her emergency costs.
We are an invited hospital with numerous staff who care for our patients, clients and the community. We offer care and compassion to ensure that all patients receive the best possible medical treatment at all times.
We need the help of experienced ERs and veterinarians to meet the needs of our patients and their pets, as well as our staff and volunteers.
If your pet already has a attending veterinarian, do not consult a general practitioner and ask for emergency medical care. When you start your search, use your preferred search engine (sign up with your best idea) to narrow the results down to your location in the clinic. If you already have a pet with your family doctor or veterinarian, do not talk to him, but ask him for a referral to a veterinarian in Albany. We look forward to bringing our pets to you in critical condition.
If you notice anything unusual, do not hesitate to consult a medical expert as soon as possible. Your veterinarian will perform a thorough physical exam to assess the overall condition of your pet. You will also need to determine the cause of signs and symptoms such as fever, vomiting, diarrhoea and vomiting. Write down your observations and draw up a checklist so that we can inform your pet doctor of the condition.
The primary assessment includes a thorough examination of your pet's blood pressure, heart rate, blood sugar level and blood sugar level.
If your pet cannot tell you exactly how it is or what it is not doing, further investigations will be necessary. This part of the process is crucial because it is his only way to communicate with you and will be sent to the veterinary clinic in Albany if necessary. Understanding the body language and behaviour of pets is also crucial, as it is their only means of communication. If they are unable or unwilling to clearly state that they felt ill, one cannot rely on simple observations alone.