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Pet Emergency? Call us right away at 845-202-7200!

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VetMedics is the safest, most reliable transport available for your pet, anytime, in any situation. Operated by New York State Licensed Veterinary Technicians, we provide critical and non-emergency transport services for pets 24 hours a day, 7 days a week including all holidays. We are committed to providing exceptional, personal and compassionate service. When a pet’s health is in dire need of care, VetMedics is a reliable and professional alternative that pet owners can depend on regardless what time of day or night the call for help goes out. We incorporate a teamwork approach and communicate with your Veterinarian to ensure the highest quality transfer available.


Mission Statement

Our mission here at VetMedics is to be a reliable resource to pet owners, veterinarians, humane societies, police and fire departments in providing the most caring and professional transport and first aid for pets.

Veterinary Technician Oath

We solemnly dedicate ourselves to aiding animals and society by providing excellent care and services for animals, by alleviating animal suffering, and by promoting public health. We accept the obligations to practice our profession conscientiously and with sensitivity, adhering to the profession's Code of Ethics, and furthering our knowledge and competence through a commitment to lifelong learning.



Fishkill Veterinary Paramedics | Vetmedics | 845-202-7200

123 Cherrywood Dr
Fishkill, New York 12524


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