Welcome to Trachtenberg Veterinary Associates, PC

Your Equine Veterinarian in Orchard Park, NY
Call us at 5857499572

Introducing our new internet based Pharmacy

Trachtenberg Veterinary Associates is introducing a new and easy way to order your prescriptions and supplements! Active clients will now be able to order prescription medicines, dewormers and supplements on line. Please click on the link TVA PHARMACY to browse our selection which includes thousands of items. To  set up your account simply click on the upper right tab "log in" and follow the directions. When a prescription item is needed, we will automatically send you an email stating there is a pending script. You can also place a request for a  prescription medication on line which will automatically be sent to us. Non prescription items can be ordered through the site without any approval. In addition, there is an option of having the pharmacy automatically send you a prescription item on a schedule so you never have to worry about running out. Items are competitively priced with the most common internet pharmacies.  Link: TVA PHARMACY Or you can copy and paste the following link into your browser: http://trachtenbergvet.vetsfirstchoice.com/                                                                                   

Thank you,

David Trachtenberg, DVM


Dr Trachtenberg practices in the Western New York region and works on performance issues, including lameness and back problems, dental issues and complex medical cases. Equipment includes digital radiology, digital ultrasound and a gastroscope. Traditional therapy, acupuncture and regenerative therapy (PRP and IRAP) are used to optimize you houses health and performance. 

At Trachtenberg Veterinary Associates, PC, we treat your horses like the valued family members they are.

Dr. David Trachtenberg
Orchard Park Equine Veterinarian | Trachtenberg Veterinary Associates, PC | 5857499572

7081 Ellicott Rd
Orchard Park, NY 14127

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    Jannah M. / Orchard Park, NY

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