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Mattydale Animal Hospital
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Pet Health Care & Exams in Syracuse, New York

Provide excellent pet health care to your four-legged family members, and bring them in for regular pet exams at Mattydale Animal Hospital in Mattydale, New York. We offer comprehensive veterinary services for all types of pets and even exotic animals.

Preventative Health Care

Work with us to organize an ongoing, preventative health care plan for your pet. We provide pet health care services for all types of animals, including dogs, cats, small animals, birds, and exotics.

Our preventative healthcare is dictated by the age and health of your animal and includes complete physical examinations, comprehensive blood testing, and routine vaccinations.

Pet Exams

Bring in your pets for their routine vaccinations for rabies, distemper, and feline leukemia. We treat pets in all stages of life, from newborns to geriatric pets. During your pet's examinations, we give recommendations for further testing and treatment if any concerns arise from your pet being affected by a disease that requires medical therapy.
Black and White Cat - Mattydale Animal Hospital in Syracuse, New York
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Sick Pet Visits

When your animal isn't feeling well or shows signs of behavior changes, trust our doctors to diagnose and treat any problems that arise. We provide nursing care, in which veterinary assistants help in surgery, recovery, diagnostics, therapy, administering medications, and intensive care situations. These functions are much the same as those of a nurse or technician in a human hospital.

Clinical Pathology

As an AAHA-member hospital, we offer pathology services, such as blood chemistry analysis, urinalysis, and parasite testing. We get results within 24 hours to begin taking care of any illnesses immediately.


Radiographs or X-ray films are an important tool to detect problems, such as bone fractures and calcium deposits, and identify objects in the stomach, intestines, and urinary tract.

We use them to confirm or detect the presence of certain diseases, and we undergo regular evaluations to be sure our equipment yields the highest quality radiographs for the maximum safety of your pet.
Contact us at 315-455-5915 in Syracuse, New York, to learn more about our veterinary services.