We are dedicated to true excellence in veterinary medicine. Our mission is to provide the very best primary care veterinary care possible to pets and their families in the Morgantown, WV region. Click here for a quick link to our appointment hours.
At Animal Medical Center, we understand that in order to provide your pets with the medical care they need, we must not only provide excellent medical services and have the most capable staff possible, but we also must take the time and care to provide the owners who bring us their pets with thoughtful and respectful client service.
We are honored by the trust our clients place in us by choosing us to provide care for their furry family members. We work hard every day to continue to deserve your confidence and to exceed your expectations.
If you are new to Animal Medical Center, you will find information about our hours, location, and appointments on the Visit Us and the About Us pages. Contact Us to schedule an appointment or for more information about our practice. For news updates on current issues relating to pets in Morgantown, adoptive pet news, special events at AMC, and just what's on Dr. Zucker's mind this week, you can now follow us on Twitter!
If you have a puppy under 8 months of age, please check out our fun and educational Puppy Preschool. These popular classes provide you and your puppy with a strong foundation of basic training skills as well as health and wellness education.
"Dogs are not our whole life, but they make our lives whole." ~Roger Caras
AMC's Healthy Pet Adoption Program
Our Healthy Pet Adoption Program helps match loving families with needy, healthy pets. We provide our adoptive pets with all medically appropriate wellness care while they are in our care. All pets are quarantined for at least 7 days to ensure that they are free of signs of illness before we offer them for placement in a home. Illnesses and parasites we screen and/or treat before release from quarantine include: internal and external parasites (worms, ear mites, fleas, etc.), overall health/illnesses and contagious diseases. In cats, we also screen for feline leukemia and FIV (feline AIDS). In dogs, we also screen for kennel cough and parvovirus.
When your pet goes home with you, he or she may need one or more additional wellness visits (depending on their age and how long they were in our care) to complete their puppy or kitten series of vaccine boosters.
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