MASSENA — It’s been just over five years since Java’s Veterinary Center was opened at 10035 state Route 56 in Massena, and pet owners now have more services available to them at the center.
Services like vaccinations, spay, neuter, basic orthopedics and other surgical procedures, X-rays, dental and after-hours emergency care have been available at the center.
“Pretty much everything,” said Dr. Wilfredo Perez, who has been in practice in Massena for 16 years.
Now grooming and boarding have been added, as well as the ability for early drop-off of pets.
The grooming services are tailored toward the needs of each dog or cat. A full dog grooming includes bath, toenail trim, de-shed or haircut, bandana or bow, and cologne. They also offer dog express grooming, which includes bath and toenail trim. For cats, their grooming includes a bath and haircut.
That service is available Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday by appointment only at (315) 764-0969.
Java’s Veterinary Center also offers boarding services for animals. Pets are dropped off between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. Monday through Saturday and picked up at 8 a.m. sharp Sunday through Saturday. If they become sick during their boarding, Dr. Perez said they will be treated.
In addition, he said early morning drop-off service for pets, by appointment only, is available at 6 a.m. He said owners can drop their pet off, go to work and then pick them up in the afternoon.
”This service is so highly needed,” Dr. Perez said.
Dr. Perez said he appreciates the support of the community since he began practicing in Massena.
“I thank the community for their support. They’re very good to us. We plan to stay here forever,” he said.
As a way of showing his appreciation, he will be offering 20 percent off every Thursday during the month of April on heartworm and lyme combination testing for dogs.
“Now is the time to have that done,” Dr. Perez said.
He had previously operated for about 10 years out of the former Linder Veterinary Clinic on state Route 37B, and moved to his new center in January 2011.
“The reason we moved is because we needed more working space that is more practical for a veterinary practice and we were also able to add a personal touch to the building,” Dr. Perez said.
Java’s Veterinary Center is open from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday, Tuesday and Thursday, and from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Wednesday, Friday and Saturday.
They can be reached at 764-8387.
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