• Personalized Veterinary Care For Every Stage Of Life
    10 Years of Experience | Family-Owned Practice
  • Caring For All Animals
    All animals deserve compassionate veterinary care. Call today.
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    Call today to schedule an appointment for your pet.
  • The Finest In Veterinary Care
    We are dedicated to providing excellent care. Call to learn more.



$89.99 Annually for the 1st pet After Initial exam
$69.99 each additional pet



Good for a 1 year vaccination cycle (NOT a calendar year)


WELL VISITS (Preventative Care i.e., Vaccinations): NO EXAM FEE with active membership. (EXAM ONLY. Does not include charges for Fecals, vaccinations, Deworming etc.) (click here)

SICK VISITS (Anything other than preventative): EXAMS REDUCED TO $50. (Does not include additional diagnostics & treatments)

  • See attached chart for additional membership savings (click here)
  • Must Pay Initial Exam/Evaluation Before Joining & At Each Renewal


Welcome To Veterinary Outpatient Treatment Center! Your Trusted Veterinarian In Medford, NY

Making sure your family pets are well cared for is our goal. At Veterinary Outpatient Treatment Center in Medford, we strive to provide the most trusted and compassionate care for every patient who comes to see us for a visit. Dr. David Aguirre, our licensed Medford veterinarian, has the knowledge it takes to treat serious conditions, and each member of the team offers personalized and quality care to our patients. 

We Are a Full-Service Animal Hospital

At Veterinary Outpatient Treatment Center, we want to be your one-stop-shop for all of your pets’ needs. We are proud to provide the following veterinary services:

  • Preventative medicine treatments
  • Allergy testing and treatment 
  • Vaccinations, both required and optional 
  • Dental treatments 
  • Treatment for canine arthritis 
  • In-house laboratory services for fecal, blood, or saliva testing procedures
  • Cancer and other terminal illness treatments 
  • Surgical treatments, such as biopsies and abdominal surgeries 
  • Spay and neutering 

Dr. Dave, as most of our clients call him, has been performing surgical procedures on animals for more than a decade, has extensive experience treating acute and chronic conditions, and takes his job as a care provider very seriously. Regardless of the need or condition, we can help make sure your pets get timely attention and proper care for their ailments. 

Check Out Our Extensive List of Resources for Taking Care of Your Pets

Not only are we available to help you with all health-related issues that can come up with cats, dogs, and other pets, we also make it our job to provide you with knowledge that you can apply at home. Our website is filled with informational articles regarding topics like nutrition, preventive pet care, pet training tips, vaccinations, and more. You can also sign up for our newsletter that provides essential information pet owners need to know.

Contact Our Veterinarian in Medford for More Information

At Veterinary Outpatient Treatment Center, we treat your pets just like how you would treat them, like the valued family members they truly are. Reach out to us at 631-730-6929 for more information about our services, to ask a question about a pet-related health concern, or to schedule an appointment with our veterinarian in Medford. We look forward to meeting you and your beloved furry friends.

Meet the Doctor

Learn Who We Are

  • Dr.
    Dave Aguirre

    Dr Dave was born and raised on Long Island. After several years of working in the film business he yearned for something more. He moved to Colorado with the hope of not only attending school at Colorado State’s elite veterinary medicine program but getting involved in their world-renowned animal cancer center. Before even unpacking his boxes, he went up to CSU’s veterinary teaching hospital to explore volunteering there.

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    I will recommend veterinary outpatient to my family and friends. This was my first visit, I found the staff helpful and cari... read more

    Lucille R - 9/18/2018

    Just want to say thank you to Dr Dave and his wonderful staff for taking care of KC I had taken her in to another center f... read more

    Nadia - 12/26/2018

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