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Stack Veterinary Hospital

Proudly Offering Dedicated Service and Excellent Care for Over 100 years

Stack Veterinary Hospital is proud to be the first veterinary hospital in Onondaga County. We are a full service companion animal hospital committed to providing quality veterinary care throughout the life of your pet. Some of our services include: Preventative Healthcare, Wellness and Sick Exams, Vaccinations, Grooming, Boarding, Orthopedic & Soft Tissue Surgery, Dental Care, Rehabilitation, Training & Behavioral Services.

Several staff members have worked here at Stack Veterinary Hospital for decades contributing to the growing history. Dr. John Stack started Stack Veterinary Hospital with high values that the current staff are proud to uphold. Those values include: compassion, respect, honesty, professionalism, communication, willingness, initiative, client relations, teamwork, and sense of humor.

Here at Stack Veterinary Hospital we understand that veterinary medicine is a privilege and we must uphold the highest standard for those that entrust us with that responsibility. Anything less is a violation of that trust and ultimately dimished the value of our profession. We continue to advance our medical knowledge by implementing the most up to date veterinary practices to ensure optimum client and patient care.



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  • "All the people that work here are the most amazing people.We have taken our pets there for over 50 yrs. I cant say enough good things about them"
    Carl S.
  • "They give amazing care to my fur babies!! ❤️❤️I would highly recommend them for quality care at a reasonable price."
    Veronica L.

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