Veterinary Services


Welcome to the Community Veterinary Center, where we understand that your beloved pets are more than just animals; they’re cherished members of your family.

Pet Orthopedic Services in Oneonta, NY

We recognize your unique bond with your furry companions and are dedicated to ensuring they lead healthy, pain-free lives. Our specialized focus on pet orthopedic services sets us apart as the premier destination for all your pet’s musculoskeletal needs.

Pet Knee Surgery

Animals with complete, partial, or chronic CCL (ACL) tears might be candidates for a TTA surgery. TTA surgery is a surgical procedure to treat deficient cranial cruciate ligaments. Dr. David Leahy has been performing this procedure after specialty training for over a decade now, and at this time is the only surgeon in this area of upstate New York performing this procedure. Please contact the office today for an orthopedic consultation or if you think your dog may need TTA surgery.

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Pet Tta Surgery

Canine Knee Surgery – Healing your Dog’s Knee Injury

Tibial Tuberosity Advancement to Repair your Dog’s Cranial Cruciate Ligament Injury, with the Least Discomfort and Stress to your Dog.

When it comes to your pet’s health and happiness, you want the very best. Here’s why Community Veterinary Center should be your choice for Pet TTA Surgery:

  • Local Expertise: We are proud to serve the Oneonta community and have earned the trust of pet parents through years of dedicated service.
  • Compassionate Approach: We understand the emotional stress that comes with a pet’s injury or illness. Our team provides compassionate support to both you and your pet throughout the entire process.
  • State-of-the-Art Facility: Our ONEONTA, NY clinic is equipped with advanced surgical technology and diagnostic tools to provide the best possible outcomes for your pet.
  • Individualized Care: Each pet is unique, and our treatment plans are tailored to their specific needs. Your pet will receive personalized attention every step of the way.
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Freddy’s back leg, was very bad. He couldnt walk on it for quite some time. I took him to see Dr. Leahy he did a TTA on Freddy’s knee. He went through a long period of TLC and we thought he was going to need surgery on the other knee, but its been almost two years and he’s doing great. We have chickens and he runs after them at high speed, jumps off the deck instead of using the steps. Thank you very much to Dr. Leahy, and the staff of CVC.

Doreen Stuss

I was thrilled with my 8 yr old Bernese Mtn Dog’s TTA surgery and recovery. Cassie lived another 2.5 yrs (very good for a Berner, for those who don’t know of their longevity issues) and had very minimal mobility problems until her final illness. Whenever someone mentions needing cruciate surgery and know only of TPLO I try to enlighten them to TTA, in general, and Dave Leahy, specifically. You guys are always there when we need you. Thx!!
Nancy Smalley

Lady is a 9 year old (we think – she is a rescue) mixed breed who needed a TTA several years ago. Leia was the vet tech who took special care of Lady, and Leia always remembers Lady when we come in to the office. It makes us feel very special! Leia is the only person at CVC Vet that Lady feels comfortable with and, well, just loves Leia! Dr Leahy was great too and Lady recovered wonderfully! Dr Leahy explains everything and is meticulous and thorough. Thank you Leia and Dr. Leahy!
Wendy Mitteager