Providing compassionate, specialty care to pets in the Capital District region

Capital District Veterinary Referral Hospital is an Ethos hospital providing 24/7 veterinary emergency/critical care services. Our medical team is committed to a compassionate approach to veterinary medicine and the care of our patients and their families.

Client Registration Form

Client Registration Form

Please take a moment to fill out and submit this client registration form in advance of your upcoming appointment. Thank you.

Client Registration Form
Client Portal

Client Portal

Access your pet’s records in real time! View your pet’s medical record, prescriptions, medications and more. Set up your pet’s account today!

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Referral Forms & Veterinary Portal

Referral Forms & Veterinary Portal

For Veterinarians: submit referral forms, see updated medical summaries, lab results, discharge instructions, and medications prescribed in real time for our mutual patients.

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Continuing Education

Continuing Education

Check back regularly for upcoming continuing education lectures for doctors and veterinary technicians. Keep your credentials current with RACE approved CE.

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Our Team

Our Team

Our medical team is equipped with advanced diagnostic and therapeutic tools, but it is the training and human interaction of our team with your pet that makes all the difference.

Our Team
We're Hiring!

We're Hiring!

There is so much more to Capital District. We hope you’ll contact us for more information about employment opportunities.

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  • Man and dog sitting on hill looking out

    Pet Microchips: How to Check the Chip

    August 3, 2022

    Did you know that August 15th is National Check the Chip Day? If you have your pet microchipped, you may not think about continuously checking it’s information and keeping it updated, which is why this day was created to remind you all to check the chip!

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  • Panleukopenia Outbreak in New York Cats and Kittens

    August 2, 2022

    Veterinary clinics in New York’s Latham/Albany area are seeing an increased incidence of feline panleukopenia (FPL). This highly contagious viral disease causes severe, potentially life-threatening illness in cats, and is especially dangerous for kittens.

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  • Cat in arms of doctor at hospital

    5 Reasons to Have a Primary Veterinarian

    July 21, 2022

    And as the veterinary community evolves - from vaccine clinics inside pet stores to hospitals dedicated to urgent care to the family vet, the need to educate pet owners about how to find the right kind of veterinary care becomes more important.

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Highlights of Diagnostic Options Please contact us if you are seeking a service or treatment not listed here.

Computed Tomography (CT Scan)

Digital Radiography

Ultrasound

Emergency Surgery

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