Suburban South Veterinary Hospital
Suburban South Veterinary Hospital

Our Services




We provide fast and gentle treatment for your sick animal. Remember, regular check-ups can detect disease in the early stages, improving your pet's ability to fight back


Yearly Plan sign ups are over for the year. Watch out for next year's 2024 plan!





We offer add ons for our yearly plans and Puppy/Kitten Packages!


Please call the office for details.


We offer 10% off to any service and honor 10% off to any veteran with a the "Thank a Vet" Discount card.




Information Sheet For New Client

New Client Information Sheet
Would you like your pet to become a patient? Please fill out this form and bring it with you at the time of your scheduled office visit.
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General Vaccine Information




Rabies - a killed virus used for the prevention of disease caused by rabies virus.

DHPP - For vaccination of healthy dogs 6 weeks of age or older as an aid in preventing disease caused by CD virus, CAV-1, CAV-2, CPI virus, CPV, and CPV-2c. Vanguard Plus 5 contains attenuated strains of CD virus, CAV-2, CPI virus, and CPV. The high-titer, low-passage CPV virus in Vanguard Plus is highly immunogenic and capable of stimulating active immunity in the presence of maternal antibodies. This product does not contain CPV type 2c. Cross protection against CPV type 2c was demonstrated in vaccinated puppies challenged 5 weeks following second vaccination. 

Lyme - For vaccination of dogs 8 weeks of age or older as an aid in preventing clinical disease. 

Bordetella - a modified live virus [canine parainfluenza] with an avirulent live culture [Bordetella Bronchiseptica] used in aid in the prevention of "Kennel Cough". Routes of administration may be by mouth, intra-nasal spray or injectable.




Rabies - a killed virus used for the prevention of disease caused by the rabies virus.

FVRCP - For vaccination of healthy cats as an aid in preventing feline viral rhinotracheitis caused by feline herpesvirus-1, feline respitory disease caused by feline calicivirus, and feline panleukopenia caused by feline parvovirus.

FeLV - a live canarypox vector containing a tissue derived recombinant feline leukemia virus containing Subgroups A & B. This vaccine is used to aid in the prevention of disease caused by feline leukemia virus.


  • General examination and treatment of dogs, and cats.
  • Immunization of dogs, and cats; certificates of health and consultations for international travel (APHIS form 7001)
  • Microchip implants
  • Nutritional advice for puppies, overweight animals and disease management (food allergies, diabetes, kidney and liver diseases)
  • General surgeries (spay & neuter)
  • Laser Therapy (see link below)
  •  Ultrasound examinations

MICROCHIPPING - Tags can come off but a microchip stays with your pet forever. 

For permanent and unique identification, have your pet microchipped with a microchip.  Shelters, pounds and veterinary hospitals across the country scan lost pets and reunite them quickly with their owners when they are chipped.



DENTISTRY - Clean teeth are much more than just a matter of cosmetic appearance.  The build-up of tartar, subsequent gum disease, and finally tooth loss, affects not just your pet's immediate dental hygiene, but also has a long-term impact on the health of their kidneys, heart, liver, nervous system and other major organ systems.  Showers of bacteria from the infected gums are spread by the blood daily, causing infection and premature aging of these areas.  Dental disease shortens your pet's life!

We clean and polish your pet's teeth under general anesthesia. 

Check your pet's teeth and call for an appointment if you see excessive tartar.


Offering routine dentals STARTING at $450.00. Please call our office for details.


Also check out our online store for veterinarian approved dental products!


Laboratory tests

  • Blood analysis to check for diabetes, kidney disease and more
  • Tests for fungal and bacterial infections
  • Microscopic tests for various parasites in blood, feces or on the skin


Alternative medicine

We also treat animals using alternative therapies, such as acupuncture and homeopathic medications.




Please call (716) 668-0503 or use our contact form. We're happy to help.

Companion Animal Laser Therapy


Suburban South Veterinary Hospital

1230 French Rd

Depew, NY 14043



(716) 668-0503


(716) 668-0943



Office Hours

Monday:        8am-6pm

Tuesday:       8am-6pm

Wednesday:   8am-2pm

Thursday:      8am-6pm

Friday:          8am-6pm

Saturday:      8am-11am/CLOSED

Saturday hours do fluctuate and we are closed 1 to 2 Saturdays a month. Please call ahead to ask if we will be open.

We have a Doctor taking scheduled appointments only ONE Saturday a month.

2 to 3 Saturdays we are open for technician appointment for scheduled tech calls only.


* Due to staffing and scheduling we are NOT doing house calls anymore.






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