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DeWitt Animal Hospital
5620 Thompson Road
DeWitt, NY 13214
HOSPITAL INFORMATION (current as of 12/2021)
Please follow the guidelines below for your visit:
As of 12/29/2021, we have reinstated our strictly curbside protocol. Call (315) 446-1200 or Text (315) 847-3735 when you arrive for your pet's appointment. The team member assisting you will go over the appointment items, notes, and obtain your parking space number. One of the staff will be out to bring you pet in for the appointment while you wait. If there is any pertinent information that needs to be discussed, the doctor will come out to your vehicle to speak with you. The only exception to this rule is for euthanasia appointments.
Welcome to DeWitt Animal Hospital. We're happy you're here.
Please be advised that we are taking new clients on an extremely limited basis. We will need all of your pets' medical records sent to us for review. The doctor will review the records at his convenience, and one of the staff will contact you and let you know if it is a case that he is able to take on.
IMPORTANT THINGS TO KNOW BEFORE COMING FOR YOUR APPOINTMENT:
1. If you are 15+ minutes late to your appointment, we will not be able to accommodate you. We will reschedule your appointment for another day.
2. If you know you are going to be late or are unable to make it to your appointment, please call ahead.
3. As of 12/29/2021, we have reinstated our strictly curbside protocol. Please call when you arrive at the clinic and advise whoever takes your call which parking space you are in. One of the staff will be out to bring in your pet for the appointment. If there is any pertinent information that needs to be addressed, the doctor will come out to your vehicle to speak with you.
4. If you have forgotten your cell phone and cannot call or text to check in, do not just walk into the building. Please knock on the door, and one of our staff members will come out to get the information needed for your appointment.
5. If you are scheduled for a regular vaccine appointment and your pet is beginning to show signs of illness, please call ahead of time to alert us. We ask that you keep in mind that Dr. Wilcox has a very heavy schedule to accommodate as many people (and their pets) as he possibly can. Having things added to the appointment at the last-minute cuts into the time that we have allotted for other pets.