Countryside Veterinary Clinic, LLP

7364 Utica Blvd.
Lowville, NY 13367


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We are currently experiencing a higher than usual call volume. Unless you have an emergency or are checking in for an appointment, if you call the clinic and do not get through right away, please wait 5 to 10 minutes and try your call again. Current circumstances require us to triage patients so priority will be given to the most critical patients. We appreciate your patience and understanding in these challenging times.


Seresto Collar Update:

We are committed to developing effective and safe parasite treatment strategies for every pet family and have always provided prescription FDA-approved options to complement those available OTC such as the Seresto collar. The recent publication that suggests the Seresto collar has had a higher than expected adverse event profile is new information to us as well as consumers. We are working with the technical service veterinarians at Elanco (company that makes Seresto collars) to obtain accurate information regarding the incidence of reaction. We will provide information as it becomes available to us. Please know that it has been our experience that Seresto collars are safe and effective flea/tick therapy. In our practice, reports of reaction have been infrequent and primarily limited to skin irritation that resolved readily with removal of the collar.



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Important Notice Regarding the Covid-19 Virus

Services will continue to be provided, we ask that clients adhere to the implemented protocols of curb service that will minimize potential transmission of Covid-19. We kindly ask that you wear a mask at all times when interacting with our staff.

Thank you for your support and understanding.

Countryside Veterinary Clinic: Covid-19 Prevention Strategy


The doctors and staff of Countryside Veterinary Clinic are committed to providing the highest level of care to our patients while working diligently to reduce the risk of exposure and potential transmission of Covid-19 virus among our employees and clients. To achieve this objective, we have significantly increased the frequency of cleaning in all areas of our hospitals, especially high traffic and high touch areas. We also need to implement several changes in accordance with recommendations by the Center for Disease Control (CDC) and American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) as outlined below. We appreciate your understanding and cooperation as we work together to lessen the impact of this pandemic on our community.


The following protocols will go into effect at each of our hospitals on Wednesday March 18, 2020:

We feel it is extremely important to maintain appropriate social distance as much as possible. Our waiting rooms and exam rooms are relatively small so we have developed the following strategies to ensure everyone’s safety:

  • Upon arrival at the clinic, we ask that you remain in your vehicle and call to alert the front desk that you have arrived and are ready to check in.  Be prepared to give them a description of your vehicle as well as a phone number to reach you.

  • Once ready, the technician will come to your vehicle to retrieve your pet, obtain necessary history and details of the visit and escort your pet to the exam room where the doctor will perform examination and services while you remain in your vehicle. The doctor will make sure to call you after the examination is done and share all details of visit.

  • Payment arrangements will be made over the phone at conclusion of the visit.  We would prefer to take debit/credit card payments over the phone but will accommodate any form of payment.

  • We will be providing curb service for pet food and medication pick-ups; please call upon arrival to provide payment over the phone and a staff member will deliver product to your vehicle. It is always helpful to call ahead to place order for products so we can be ready for your arrival.

If you are not feeling well or have traveled outside of the U.S. and your pet is coming in for a well visit, please call the office to reschedule after waiting the 14 day waiting period.

We will do our best to provide exemplary care for your pets during this hectic time. We are prepared to provide medical assistance over the phone when necessary. Veterinarians at our telehealth partner, MyPetDoc, are also available 24/7 to answer questions, triage medical cases and provide specific Covid-19 information at no charge. You can access MyPetDoc by texting the code CVC to 67076 or click the Pet Chat button on our website.

We will continue to provide updates through Facebook and website. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact any one of our hospitals.

Together, as a community, we can get through this and look forward to less stressful days ahead.

Your Doctors and Staff



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 Countryside Veterinary Clinic
Welcome to our Family Practice

Countryside Veterinary Clinic (CVC) is proud to be the largest provider of veterinary services for pet owners, dairy/livestock farmers and horse owners throughout the North Country.

Our love of animals and the desire to provide the best quality, compassionate care we can. Our extended family clinic concept allows us to have more resources available than just one location…and we offer continuity of care from one clinic to the next.



Small Animal

Over the years, CVC has expanded small animal care from the original clinic in Lowville into additional full-service hospitals located in Carthage, Boonville and Otter Lake. The small animal doctors and staff are committed to providing quality medicine and surgery services to all companion animal patients and their owners.

Services and facilities are designed to assist in routine preventive care for young, healthy animals; early detection and treatment of disease as your companion animal ages, as well as complete medical and surgical care as necessary during his or her lifetime.



Large Animal

With Over 350 Farms and close to 85,000 Dairy Animals, we are here for all your large animal Veterinary services. Ambulatory veterinarians travel within Lewis, Oneida, Jefferson and St. Lawrence counties serving dairy, beef and small ruminant clients. Utilizing advanced techniques in reproduction and herd health services, CVC veterinarians support area farmers that are well known to produce high quality food products while remaining competitive in an increasingly global economy.

Veterinary Equine Specialists on Staff. Equine services are focused on preventative healthcare and vaccinations as well as reproduction and lameness challenges as needed by the significant population of pleasure horse owners in the area.




Our Mission...

We strive to offer not only sound advice, but also optimal veterinary care, thus allowing you the enjoyment of your companion for a maximum number of years. Our goal is not only to treat your pet when he or she isn't feeling well, but also to help you learn how to keep your best friend happy and healthy.



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Laser Therapy

CVC is pleased to offer unique therapeutic and diagnostic options for area pet owners.

Laser therapy can alleviate pain, reduce inflammation, and accelerate recovery from a wide range of acute and chronic conditions. Acute conditions such as wounds, allergies, infections, inflammations, sprains, strains and fractures have been successfully treated with laser therapy, as well as chronic conditions such as degenerative joint disease, periodontal disease, lick granulomas, geriatric care, hip dysplasia, tendonitis, and arthritis.

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The Oncura Ultrasound system is not only state of the art equipment but also direct real-time support from licensed ultrasonographers to obtain diagnostic ultrasound scans (through webcam) and access to team of board-certified radiologists to assist with interpretation.

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Countryside Veterinary Clinic makes a donation to The Veterinary Care Foundation in memory of each pet who have been put to sleep at one of our hospitals.

The Veterinary Care Foundation is a 501(c)(3) Not-For-Profit Charitable Foundation whose mission is to help veterinary practices fund their charity cases. Most veterinary practices donate considerable time and money every year providing low or no-cost care to the pets of clients facing a financial crisis; to treat abandoned, sick and injured pets found by Good Samaritans, and victims of other unfortunate circumstances. Unfortunately the need today is far greater than the average veterinary practice can support.

Part of our donations will also go to assist The Lewis County Humane Society,

The Jefferson County SPCA and North County Pet Adoption Services.

Individuals who wish to contribute may make a donation on-line at or dropping off a check at any of our clinics.







Our Newly Renovated Boonville Office is Now Open on Potato Hill Road.

12568 Potato Hill Road
Boonville, NY  13309






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