7780 Transit Road

Williamsville, NY

(716) 634-2240

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Welcome to The Animal Hospitable Veterinary Clinic

Your Veterinarian in Williamsville, NY

To schedule an appointment please contact our office at (716) 634-2240, or 

click here to request an appointment!
Pet Emergency? Call The Emergency Veterinary Clinic at (716) 839-4043!

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Attention Clients!!!

Please contact our office if you need food or medication refills. At this time, our online pharmacy is still operating as usual and we can fill prescription foods and medications online for the convenience of home delivery. Our office is stocked as well, however, please call ahead of time so we can get your food and medications prepared for easy pick-up. We will happily take payments over the phone and bring food and medication out to your car.

Due to COVID-19, we are instituting the following policies to keep all of us healthy and safe: 

Please refer to this list when bringing your pet for an appointment:

1. The inside of the building is still restricted to staff.

2. We are seeing all patients, we are also accepting new clients and patients. 

3. We ask that you bring your cellphone with you to your appointment. Call us when you arrive. Our staff will give further instructions and the doctor will call to discuss your pet.

4. A member of staff will bring your pet into the building and back out after the appointment.

5. For your health and safety and ours, we ask that you pay with a credit or debit card for your pet’s services. One of our staff can take your payment over the phone.

6. Pets MUST be in carriers or on leashes.

7. Please plan for longer wait times during your pet’s appointment. Please be sure your phone is charged and ringer is on so that we may reach you!

8. If you need food or medication, call us 24 hours ahead to make sure that we have the item(s) you are looking for in stock. When you come to pick up the medication please call us from the parking lot and we will bring your item(s) out to you.

We are all in this together.  Let’s stay safe.

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NEWS!!


Our PRACTICE PHILOSOPHY is based on the GOLDEN RULE: Our clients and animals are treated with patience, dignity and respect, just as we would wish to be treated. We practice the highest quality medicine at a reasonable cost to the client; we tailor our services to the personal needs of each animal and owner; and we spend the time necessary to explain to and educate our clients so that they fully understand any recommended tests and procedures, enabling them to become full partners with the veterinarian in maintaining the good health and well-being of their animal companions.

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Office Hours

Monday:

7:30 am-5:30 pm

Tuesday:

7:30 am-7:00 pm

Wednesday:

7:30 am-5:30 pm

Thursday:

7:30 am-7:00 pm

Friday:

7:30 am-5:30 pm

Saturday:

Closed

Sunday:

Closed

  • Dr.
    Teresa Labuszewski
    Dr. Teresa Labuszewski is a native western New Yorker, having attended Starpoint Central School from kindergarten through 12th grade. She received a B.A. in psychology from SUNY at Buffalo in 1975, a Ph.D in Psychology from SUNY at Stonybrook in 1980 and her DVM from Cornell University in 1984.

Testimonials

  • "Just want to say thank you to Dr. Marky and the office staff for making Brodie so comfortable at his exam yesterday! I love that you really take your time to gain his trust and make it a positive experience for him. This was our best vet visit in years, and it's all thanks to your patience and caring. Thank you!!!"
  • "Thanks to everyone at Animal Hospitable for helping my Jibboo make it through an extremely rough couple of surgeries. We weren't sure he was going to make it, but this place did everything in their power to keep him healthy and living. They made us feel like we were top priority AND a part of their family. We could feel the love and thanks and appreciation can't begin to describe how grateful I am for what they've done."
  • "Keep doing what you re doing!! You and your staff are by far the most compassionate and sincere practice we have ever been to! It s so refreshing to have a place there cares for our fur babies as much as we do. Nice job team!! We are highly satisfied clients!"
  • "I love the Animal Hospitable and Dr. Labezewski! She is the only vet I trust with my dogs. My family has been taking our pets to her for 25 years! How many people can say we starting bringing our dog here when I was in 2nd grade and I m about to be 32 years old!"
  • "Dr T & her staff are exceptional in how they treated my dog. I definitely would recommend them. I would give them more than 5 golden stars if it would allow. Thank you for taking Lucy in such short notice."
  • "I love just about everything about Animal Hospitable. Staff is always kind and respectful to my dogs and me. The facilities are neat and clean. I have the highest regard for Dr. Teresa and trust her judgement and knowledge."

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