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Your Companion’s Welfare is Our Highest Priority

Our Philosophy

With our combined 50 years of experience, the Albany veterinarians at The Village Animal Clinic promise to treat all pets with the utmost compassion, respect, and consideration. Your companion’s welfare is our highest priority. We believe all animals have a right to expect gentle handling and quality pet care. This philosophy guides each team member in all we do to promote the care and healing of your cherished friend.

Our Greater Albany Area Animal Clinic

The Village Animal Clinic, servicing Voorheesville and Albany, New York, has earned a reputation for providing state-of-the-art Albany area veterinary care by a service-oriented staff that continually meets and exceeds our client’s expectations. We are pet owners and understand your pet is a unique and important family member. We also understand how important it is to you that your pet always receives the best medical care at a reasonable price.

The Village Animal Clinic strives to provide the latest technological and medical protocols while ensuring that you are informed and have a voice in the care of your pet. By understanding healthcare options, we believe you can make choices that best suit your pet’s needs. We aim to combine the latest in modern veterinary care with old-fashioned personal care and service.

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As animal care professionals, we understand that the best way to provide your pet with a long, happy, and healthy life — while keeping veterinary costs down — is through preventive care. Comprehensive wellness exams, combined with a balanced approach to vaccinations, are the cornerstones of your pet’s health care at The Village Animal Clinic. We also provide and recommend thorough dental care, personalized puppy/kitten and senior wellness examinations, dermatologic and cardiac care, parasite screening and control protocols, AVID microchipping, a full range of diagnostic services, and more.

However, preventive care does not begin and end at our facility. When you come in for an appointment, you receive important home healthcare advice, new information, and recommendations for the care of your specific type and breed of pet.

Albany Exotic/Pocket Pet Care

In addition to companion animals, we also treat and provide consultations for pocket pets (guinea pigs, rabbits, ferrets, hamsters, rats, and mice), exotic pets (sugar gliders, chinchillas, chelonians (turtles), lizards, and snakes), and a variety of avian species. Because these animals have such precise and specialized needs and few veterinarians are interested in their proper care and husbandry, The Village Animal Clinic prides itself on offering quality health care for these “unusual” companions.

All of us at The Village Animal Clinic are very proud of the reputation we have earned for the quality of veterinary care we provide to our Albany clients and their pets. We mean it when we say that we treat your pet as if they were our own.

Please take a look around our website and feel free to give us a call at (518) 765-0111 or email us if you have any questions or would like to schedule an appointment.

Albany Area Veterinary Location

70 School Road Voorheesville, NY
(518) 765-0111
Fax (518) 765-0110


Monday – Wednesday: 7:30 a.m. – 7:30 p.m.
Thursday: 7:30 a.m. – 6:30 p.m.
Friday: 7:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.
Saturday: 8:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
(on select Saturdays by appointment only)

AAHA Accredited

The Village Animal Clinic is proud to be an American Animal Hospital Association accredited veterinary hospital. This distinction is achieved by fewer than 15 percent of animal hospitals throughout the United States.

We believe in the principles of professionalism, high standards of veterinary care, and excellence established by the AAHA and work very hard to maintain our accreditation with this organization. As an accredited facility, The Village Animal Clinic is subject to regular comprehensive evaluations and inspections by AAHA. This evaluation includes our record keeping, diagnostic capabilities, surgical and anesthetic procedures, facility maintenance, quality of medicine practiced, pharmacy, emergency services, dentistry, nursing care, housekeeping, and the continuing education of our veterinary staff.