Dr. Scerba will demonstrate three holistic canine treatments on Saturday April 30th, 2016, at CaNine to Five, 1534 Route 9, in Halfmoon (across from Walmart). They are: spinal adjustment at 10:30 AM, acupuncture at 11:30 AM,and laser therepy at 12:30 PM. The demonstrations are just one part of the 10:00 AM to 1:00 PM fun […]
Our Mission & Values
Our mission at Holistic Veterinary Center PLLC is to provide a unique and integrative approach to veterinary medicine including acupuncture, spinal adjustments, herbal medicine and nutrition. Our primary objective is to optimize the health of our patients and to offer hope to our clientele with compassion, integrity and with the highest quality care and customer service. We strive to educate our clients and the local community in the benefits of alternative and preventative health care and to provide a caring, inspirational and peaceful work environment to our clientele, patients, and staff.
Meet our Experienced Team
Dr. Pamela ScerbaDVM
Dr. Pamela Scerba received her BS in Biology at SUNY Binghamton in 1985 and her veterinary degree from the University of Liverpool, England in 1991. After graduating from veterinary school she began the first three years of her career in veterinary medicine at a small animal hospital in Rochester, NY. She then worked for two years doing emergency medicine.
Dr. Nancy YingDVM
Becoming a veterinarian seemed both wonderful and scary when Dr. Nancy was a high school student, so she never considered it seriously. Her grandfather’s passing on was a turning point in her life because his life was rich with accomplishments and adventure. She thought about her life and realized that she always made the sensible, safe choices, and felt that her own life seemed small compared to his.
Emily DeWeinOffice Manager
Emily DeWein was born and raised in Clifton Park, NY and currently resides there with her loving boyfriend and their three dogs, Lacey, Axle and Annie. She has always had a passion for animals and grew up surrounded by cats and dogs, many of which she rescued herself. She was always leaving plates of food out for the local strays and sneaking the animals into the house...
Hannah SmithPractice Manager
Hannah grew up in a small town minutes outside of Syracuse, moving to Albany in March of 2016. She fell in love with the Capital District and all it has to offer, being much closer to the beautiful nearby New England states and the Adirondacks. She and her husband Lou got married in October of 2018. They have a passion for traveling to new places, trying new food and seeing live music together...
Andrea MaciejczakVet Assistant
Andrea, a country girl from Wisconsin, has loved animals all her life and realized early on that she wanted to be surrounded by them and devote her life to helping them as much as she could. After studying Conservation Biology, Agricultural Science, and Spanish as an undergrad at the University of WI -Green Bay and as a graduate student at the University of WI - Madison, she moved to New York...
The National Association of State Public Health Veterinarians has released a new recommended best practice for pets exposed to rabies that state and county health departments can choose to follow.
Don’t miss the archive of Dr. Scerba’s May 4th NEWS Ten special report with Steve Caporizzo and web chat with NEWS Ten viewers.