Our mission is to offer owners the best possible care that is available for their pets, whether your pet needs specialized care for surgery, internal medicine, dermatology, or ophthalmology.
Welcome to Burton Veterinary Clinic - Serving Chagrin Falls, Burton, Middlefield, Chardon, Chesterland, and all of Geauga County
UPDATE ON CATS NEEDING HOMES
During our adopt-a-thon on Sunday February 16th, four of our cats got loving homes! We would like to thank the kind people who opened up their homes and their hearts to these wonderful kitties.
There are many more who desperately need homes. Please consider adopting one, if you have a "vacancy" in your home or heart. There are many colors to choose from, all are spayed or neutered, FeLV/FIV negative, and current on their vaccinations. Or, if you have a full house already, please spread the word.
*These cats were owned by a beloved elderly client and friend of our clinic. She is terminally ill, and has put her cats in our care. We have accepted the responsibility of placing them.
Welcome to Burton Veterinary Clinic!
Thank you for visiting our web site. We hope that you can find the information you need here, whether you are just looking for our hours of operation, a "photo tour" of the clinic, or to learn more about our veterinarians and staff.
Our mission is to offer owners the best possible care that is available for their pets. If the care that your pet needs is beyond what we are able to provide in our clinic, we have several referral/specialty hospitals that we can send you to, whether your pet needs specialized care for surgery, internal medicine, dermatology, ophthalmology, or even a behavioral issue.
OFFICE HOURS (hours are by appointment only, please call 440-834-4444)
Dr. Slawienski is a native of Buffalo, New York. He received his Bachelor of Science degree in Animal Science from Cornell University and his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree from Iowa State University in 1992.
...that you can prepare your own "skunk remedy" solution at home, in the unfortunate event that your dog gets "skunked" (it's that time of year again!!) The recipe is as follows:
1 quart of 3% hydrogen peroxide
1/4 cup baking soda
1-2 teaspoons liquid dish soap (such as Dawn)
Mix together, and sponge onto your dog, avoiding the eyes. You will need to leave it on for ten minutes before thoroughly rinsing off. Then repeat. Pour all of the excess mixture down the drain as it cannot be saved. You may need to repeat this each day for a few days.
We also sell "Skunk Off" at the clinic, but since dogs are usually "skunked" late at night, we thought it would be helpful to have this recipe at home. Good luck!
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