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  • FDA-  Pet Food Recalls
  • AVMA American Veterinary Medical Association
  • CAPC All you ever wanted to know about Internal and External Parasites 

​​Monday - Friday 8:00 AM-5:00PM

Saturday 8:00AM-Noon
Closed Sundays

If you have a pet emergency when our clinic is closed, please contact 
one of the following Emergency Veterinary Clinics:

Veterinary Emergency and Referral

Hospital of the Poconos (Barton Heights)


Veterinary Referral and Emergency Center
 Clarks Summit


Valley Central Veterinary Referral and

Emergency Center-


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Canadensis Veterinary Clinic seeks to provide compassionate, high quality medical care to our patients while respecting their owners and our fellow staff members. We strive for the highest quality of life and comfort for each individual patient. We value a safe, comfortable and welcoming hospital and work environment, and we emphasize preventative medicine and client education.



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                                                                 UPDATED PROTOCOL 3.31.20

Due to reduced staffing your call will go to voicemail. We check and return messages as soon as possible and can still fill prescriptions and pet food needs. We will continue to provide URGENT CARE for our clients' pets with the following safeguards: All elective procedures are suspended until further notice during the Shelter in Place orders. Vaccines that are due are considered urgent. We don't want your pet getting sick.•YOU NEED TO CALL FIRST FOR AN APPOINTMENT •When you arrive at the office PLEASE STAY IN YOUR CAR and let us know you are here (call 570-595-9081, beep your horn, etc) and someone will come to your car, get your pet,and bring it inside for exam and treatment.To protect our staff, all pets must be CURRENT ON RABIES VACCINATION WITH PROOF. Cats must be crated and dogs must be leashed. We are unable to handle aggressive or intractable animals at this time as no one wants to have to go to the hospital due to an injury or rabies exposure.

                                                                    Thanks for your cooperation



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The Chazz Foundation is formed in the name of a rescued Long Hair German Shepherd  who died unexpectedly. The Foundation is an organization concerned with providing medical care and temporary shelter for homeless Long Hair German Shepherds as well as other  animals that are deserted, abused, homeless and in need of veterinary care. For more information or to donate click on The Chazz Logo or go to



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