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sgntourWelcome to Scott G. Nachbar, Veterinarian
Your Veterinarian in Springville, NY
Call us at 716-592-7387


Our staff is committed to providing you and your pets with our very best care and service. As your pet’s veterinary health team, it is our duty help you understand your pet’s condition and to guide you in making the right choices for your pet’s well-being. While we will always present all appropriate options for diagnostics and therapies for a given condition, we need you to ask questions and to help us know your wishes for the extent of your pet’s care with us. It is our common goal to ensure a good quality of life for your pets within your means. 


We provide general medicine and surgical care for all companion animals, including dogs, cats, birds and reptiles, rabbits, ferrets, and “pocket pets” such as hamsters, gerbils, and hedgehogs. We perform the TPLO procedure for cruciate injuries in dogs as well as general orthopedic surgery for bone and joint injuries and soft tissue surgery for lumps/bumps/tumors. We provide full dental services for dogs, cats, and rabbits. We also offer acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine therapies for certain conditions. We also now offer therapeutic laser treatment for acute and chronic conditions.


At Scott G. Nachbar, Veterinarian, we treat your pets like the valued family members they are.


Scott G. Nachbar, Veterinarian
716-592-PETS (7387)

459 E Main St
Springville, NY 14141

Office Hours

Our Regular Schedule

Office Hours

Monday:

8:00 am-5:00 pm

Tuesday:

8:00 am-8:00 pm

Wednesday:

8:00 am-5:00 pm

Thursday:

8:00 am-8:00 pm

Friday:

8:00 am-5:00 pm

Saturday:

Closed

Sunday:

Closed

Meet Our Skilled Team

Learn Who We Are

  • Scott G. Nachbar
    DVM
    Born and raised in Springville, Dr. Nachbar completed high school at Griffith Institute in 1983. He graduated from the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences at Cornell University in 1987 and from Cornell University’s School of Veterinary Medicine in 1991. He is continually renewed by the practice of medicine among the several species.
  • Scott L. Tyczka
    DVM

    Raised in West Seneca, Dr. Tyczka finished high school in 1982 at West Seneca East Sr. High. He graduated from Canisius College in 1986 and then from Cornell University’s School of Veterinary Medicine in 1990. He performed a post graduate internship at the Western College of Veterinary Medicine in Saskatchewan, Canada.

  • Justine Gugino
    DVM

    Dr. Gugino is a recent graduate of the Ontario Veterinary College at the University of Guelph. She has a strong interest in wellness, internal, and alternative medicine. She is certified by the College of Animal Chiropractors. She is working on restoring an old farm house in Eden with her husband Matt and Am Staff puppy Watson. Dr. Gugino enjoys working outside, skiing, horseback riding, and spending time with family.

  • Gail Kennedy`
    LVT
    Hospital Manager

    Gail graduated from S.U.N.Y. Delhi in 1990 with an AAS degree in Veterinary Technology. Gail enjoys time with her four children, family, friends, and pets. She looks forward to vacationing some place new every summer and spending time outdoors

  • Danielle Bartz
    Office Manager

    Danielle has over 20 years experience in veterinary office management and assisting. Dani holds a certificate in Office Management from the American Animal Hospital Association. She has an amazing son that keeps her busy. She enjoys four-wheeling and camping with her family, friends, and dogs.

  • Kelleigh McCarthy
    LVT

    Kelleigh graduated from Medaille College in 2006 with an AAS degree in Veterinary Technology. She is also a certified Equine Sports Massage Therapist, and Outdoor Emergency Care Technician, and a member of the Holimont Ski Patrol. She keeps busy training and competing 3-day event horses, and giving riding lessons.

  • Cynthia Fuller
    LVT

    Cynthia has a BA from Purdue University in Veterinary Technology and an AAS degree in Veterinary Technology from S.U.N.Y. Alfred. Cynthia keeps busy with her two daughters, and spending time with her family, friends and pets.

  • Kelly Enser
    LVT

    Kelly has an Associates degree in Animal Science from S.U.N.Y. Alfred and a license in Veterinary Technology from NYS. Kelly keeps busy with her 4 children, and enjoys camping, hiking and outdoor activities with her family and dog, Zura.

  • Heather Russell
    LVT

    Heather holds an AAS degree in Veterinary Technology from Alfred State College as well as an AAS degree in Equine Science and Stable Management from SUNY Morrisville. She enjoys spending time with her husband and two children on their small hobby farm.

  • Melissa Elie
    Assistant

    Melissa has an Associates Degree in Zoo Animal Technology from Santa Fe College Teaching Zoo in Gainesville, FL. She keeps busy with animal training, volunteering at Hawk Creek Wildlife Center, and enjoying her selection of pets.

For After Hours Emergencies Contact

Veterinary Emergency Clinic in WNY
716-839-4044

Orchard Park Veterinary Medical Center
716-662-6660

Village Veterinarian of Hamburg
716-646-4023

Testimonials

Read What Our Clients Say

  • "We had our first visit there today, I've been searching for a new vet after a very bad experience. Our dog is usually fearful and growly at the vets, but at Dr. Nachbar's she was wagging her tail and eating treats. The staff is exceptionally kind and caring and went out of their way to make her feel comfortable. I will be singing your praises!"
    Jeanne Wangelin Holmes
  • "I've brought my dogs here for years. It began with a surgical referral from someone who took over my original Vet's practice. My girl never had the surgery because it was deemed unnecessary and she lived out a great life to the age of 14 under Dr. Nachbar's care. After that first visit, I pulled both my dogs out of the care of the previous provider and have been a faithful client ever since. The expertise, the education and the love of his work sets Dr. Nachbar far above the rest. I recommend this Vet 100%."
    Linda Kathleen
  • "I love Dr Nachbar! He's been our vet for at least 16 years. Always compassionate and always listens to you."
    Debbie Farner
  • "Dr. Nachbar and his girls are the best. They take such good care of my little dogs and care how I feel about what is going on with them. They are so friendly and helpful in any situation I have had. I would recommend them to anyone with dogs that are part of your family."
    Nancy Keith
  • "After years of seeing different vets with different dogs I can honestly say Dr. Nachbar DVM + his new associate Dr. Gugino DVM are absolutely the best vets I've ever taken my dogs to. They genuinely care about their patients + owners. They take the time to put you at ease, answer all your questions + concerns. The first time I took my 2 Labs to Dr. Nachbar, I thought where have you been my whole life !!!! They work with traditional + homeopathic treatments. In my opinion, Nachbar veterinary clinic in Springville, NY is without a doubt the best place in our area to take your animals sick or healthy!!!!"
    Danette Eimiller
  • "Dr Nachbar is up to date on newer trends in veterinary medicine, including reduced vaccination schedule, acupuncture, chiropractic, Chinese medicine as well as traditional veterinary practice."
    Sharon Robinson
  • "One of the nicest vets I've ever had. Kind, caring, and compassionate. I'm currently in school to be a Vet and I hope to be as great and work at an office as kind and amazing as this one."
    Monica P
  • "Dr Scott has taken care of my dogs since day one. Him and his staff are very caring and compassionate with every animal that comes in their office."
    Darci Beck
  • "Above all the rest, Dr. Nachbar is the best!"
    Cyndy Nichols
  • "Our family pet , Buster suffered a torn ligament in his knee. Dr. Nachbar and his staff not only repaired his knee but did it faster and at a better price than any of the other local animal hospitals in this area. We are thankful for the efforts of the hospital and intend to transfer all three of our animals over to Dr. Nachbar for future care."
    Keith Minko

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