Frequently Asked Questions

Over the years, we have worked with families from throughout the Glenville area. Thanks to our experience, we know the types of questions and concerns families typically have. We have compiled a list of the most common questions we hear, so you can easily learn more about our veterinary clinic and our services. Even if we don’t have a service listed, we may still be able to offer it if your pet is in need of care.

If you need additional help, our veterinary staff members are just a phone call away. We can also be reached through email and in person at our clinic. You can find our regular business hours and the days we are open listed on our website.

How long have you been in business?

We were originally founded in 1974. In 2004, Drs. Bart and Karyn Forlano took over Glenville Veterinary Clinic.

Are you taking new patients?

If we have the availability, we are happy to take on new patients. To see if we have any available slots in our schedule, you can fill out a new patient form or call us today.

What kind of services do you offer?

We offer a wide range of veterinary services. Other than diagnostic care and wellness checks, we also provide vaccinations, prescription medications, preventative medicine, and surgical procedures. If your pet is in need of care, we can help.

Do I need an appointment?

While we do have limited space in our schedule for emergencies, making an appointment is always a more effective plan. By scheduling an appointment, you can ensure that we are available to help when you need us and avoid dealing with a long wait. We generally recommend making your appointment at least four weeks in advance so that you can get the time slot you need.

How often should my pet come in for a wellness check?

In general, we recommend dogs and cats receive a wellness check each year. Kittens, puppies, and geriatric pets may require more frequent wellness checks.

Do you provide emergency services?

If there is an emergency, we will do our best to accommodate your pet’s needs. Because we can’t guarantee space in our schedule, we always recommend making an appointment if it is feasibly possible to do so. We can also recommend several local veterinary practices if you are dealing with an emergency.

Rest easy, your beloved friend is in safe hands.