Dedicated to the health and well-being of your pets.
Dedicated to the health and well-being of your pets.

Temporary Modified Hours

(Effective Tuesday, March 23rd until further notice)

Monday-Friday 8 AM-5 PM

Saturday 8 AM-2 PM


COVID-19 Updates

At Cambria Veterinary Care, we are seriously considering the threat to our community of the coronavirus pandemic.  We are trying to fulfill our obligation to reduce risks to our staff and community while fulfilling our obligation to our clients and patients.  In order to best be available when our patients need us now and in the future the following policies will be implemented as of Friday, 3/20/20 :

  • We ask our clients to use their best judgment in attaining treatment for their pets.  If a scheduled appointment or procedure is not urgent, please call to postpone elective procedures to minimize nonessential contact.  We will do our best to efficiently accommodate the needs of our clients and patients in the near future.
  • Please call ahead for any medication refills, medical advice or to determine if your pet needs to be examined by the doctor.  Our online pharmacy ( can be used to order medication and have it delivered to your door.
  • We will adopt a concierge approach for hospital visits, and we will no longer allow people to accompany their pets into the hospital. When you arrive at the hospital:
    • Please call the front desk from the parking lot at (814)288-8821.
    • Our staff will instruct you to meet us at the side door with your pet.  If you need assistance, let us know.
    • Once your pet is examined, we will call the phone number you provide to discuss a treatment plan. The call you will receive may be from a blocked phone number. This is so we can try to keep the clinic’s phone lines as open as possible.
    • When the visit is complete, you will be called, and your pet and any medications will be delivered to you at the side door and any payments will be collected.

These policies will likely change with time.  We hope that these evolving measures will help to ensure the safety of you, our valued client, our staff and of course our patients.  

Thank you for your cooperation.

Frequently  Asked Questions

COVID-19 has only been reported in humans. With many dogs tested, there is no evidence that they can contract or spread coronavirus (other than as a fomite much as contact with surfaces or clothing can.)

The dog in Wuhan that you no doubt have heard about was a 17 year old dog owned by a person infected with COVID-19. Testing the dog revealed a weak positive for viral particles which means there was some virus present in its nasal passages. There was never evidence that the dog had a viable infection and never showed any signs of respiratory disease. The dog subsequently died presumably of other causes.

If you are infected with COVID-19, in an abundance of caution, it is recommended to limit contact with your pet and use common sense hygiene practices such as hand washing.j
**More research is expected to continue throughout the pandemic.
Many species of animals are susceptible to strains of CoronaVirus. These other strains, while being related to COVID-19, do not cause the same illness.
CoronaVirus vaccinations can be a component of a routine canine vaccine regimen. A species-specific strain of coronavirus can also cause serious illnesses in cats.

IT IS IMPORTANT TO NOTE: These viruses are species-specific and have not been known to cross species or cause illness in humans.
Consistent with what is being required of human medical providers, elective procedures must be postponed
  • for companion animals to conserve medical supplies and safeguard human health. Urgent and emergency care will be provided at the discretion of the Veterinarian. Call our office if you have an urgent or emergent problem with your pet and you will be directed how to proceed.
While it is important to keep your pet current for routine wellness care and immunizations, most healthy mature pets will have minimal risk of disease as its immunity from vaccinations starts to wane. Most routine wellness exams and vaccinations will be postponed.
If your pet is not currently protected, you will need to weigh the risks of your pet being exposed to disease versus the risk of you being exposed to disease. If you and your pet are relatively quarantined, your pets exposure is unlikely. However if your pet is likely to be exposed to other pets directly or indirectly, vaccinations may be warranted.
Many routine medications and preventatives such as flea and tick prevention can be ordered through our online pharmacy and delivered to your home. Click here for our online pharmacy.

About Us

Cambria Veterinary Care is dedicated to the health and well-being of all types of household pets including, but not limited to: dogs, cats, birds, pocket pets, small mammals, reptiles and amphibians. Yes, we even treat chickens!

Meet Our Staff

Our Veterinarians, Vet Techs, Vet Assistants, Office Manager, and Receptionists all work as a team in order to provide the best care possible for your pet’s.

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Our Services

At Cambria Veterinary Care our professionals utilize the latest information and the newest technology to diagnose and treat all types of medical problems in the most cost-effective way possible.

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Our Online Pharmacy

Visit our online pharmacy to order all of your pet’s medication and prescription food needs. 

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