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19 Best New York City Veterinarians

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For over 30 years, All Creatures Veterinary Services, PC has served the Long Beach and surrounding communities. Along with support staff, a group of four certified veterinarians provides a range of care. The team at All Creatures offers many treatments including general canine and feline care, vaccinations, dentistry, dermatology, surgery, stem cell therapy, and microchip implementation.

For nearly 40 years, Animal Hospital of the Rockaways has provided treatment to animals in the Neponsit, Belle Harbor, Rockaway Beach & Arverne area. In addition to diagnostic care, the clinic also offers pain relief, dental surgery, grooming, acupuncture and more. They feature unique programs to care for young and old pets, in which they monitor for specific illnesses like arthritis and thyroid issues for elderly pets, and introduce behavioral treatment and vaccinations to young pets. Recommended puppy vaccines include distemper, hepatitis, parainfluenza, parvovirus, Lyme disease, and rabies. The hospital also boards pets for short or long stays. New patients will receive 50% off their first exam.

Since 2007, Assisi Veterinary Hospital has treat pets in Malverne, NY, with state-of-the-art facilities and care. The clinic's experienced and fully licensed staff offers services including laser surgery, acupuncture, wellness exams, grooming, and more. Assisi Veterinary Hospital is accredited by the American Animal Hospital Association and is a member of the American Association of Feline Practitioners.

The staff at Bensonhurst Veterinary Care serves owners and pets in Brooklyn. Dr. Stephen Zawie and Dr. Renee Porfido provide general care as well as behavioral counseling, vaccinations, and blood work. Diagnostic testing allows staff to evaluate electrolyte abnormalities, blood glucose, liver and kidney functioning, and red and white blood cell counts. Surgeries provided include routine neuters and spays, as well as more complicated surgeries like knee and hip work. Dental work performed includes cleaning and surgery. The staff can also address behavioral issues. The clinic also adopts out rescue animals and provides vaccinations and certifications needed for travel.

City Pets provides veterinary care to cats and dogs via house calls in Manhattan. For more than 20 years, doctors from City Pets have traveled to client homes, avoiding anxious veterinary office visits. Dr. Amy Attas and Dr. Danielle Dalton can provide a range of services, including vaccinations, full physical examinations, and ultrasounds. Pet owners can request services such as ear cleaning and nail trimming by the veterinarian technicians that accompany doctors to each visit. Should a pet require surgery, the team at City Pets can help to arrange treatment.

City Veterinary Care provides feline and canine services to clients on the Upper West Side. For more than two decades, the practice has performed preventative treatment and surgeries. Named the “Best Veterinarian Practice” in New York Magazine in 2006, the staff at City Veterinary Care schedules 30-60 minute preliminary appointments, depending on the severity of the case, and decides on treatment from there. They also accommodate urgent care needs during their regular hours of operation.

At Hudson Animal Hospital, clients can expect comprehensive medical, dental and surgical care. Located on the Upper West Side, the clinic will attend to canine and feline emergencies as well as provide preventative care. They are equipped to take x-rays and perform a range surgeries including spaying, neutering, and soft tissue surgery. Co-founders Dr. Christopher Angiello and Dr. Kyoko Yoshida are both members of the American Veterinary Medical Association.

Kalvig & Shorter Veterinary Associates has provided veterinary care to the Manhattan, New York, area for almost a decade. Dr. Barbara Kalvig and Dr. James Shorter bring more than 50 years of experience to their shared practice, offering services in internal medicine, surgery, dentistry, nursing care, and counseling. The clinic is also deeply committed to the community and has volunteered veterinarian services during disaster situations since the collapse of the Trade Towers on 9/11.


Oceanside Animal Clinic provides preventative and emergency care to pets in the Brooklyn area. Open seven days a week, the clinic is a full-service animal hospital and diagnostic center, thanks to a state of the art in-house laboratory. Alongside a full range of preventative and emergency care, the team also offers grooming. New patients receive a free exam on their first visit. Walk-ins are welcome and will be accommodated as time allows. The clinic is open seven days a week to accommodate emergencies and customer schedules. Clients appreciate the staffs’ attention to detail.

With four locations in New York, One Love Animal Hospital provides veterinary services to a range of animals. The goal of One Love Animal Hospital is to provide a stress-free and relaxed environment for pets in carefully designed clinics. The team conducts wellness exams and specialized assessments for young and old pets. Other areas of treatment include care for fleas and ticks, glaucoma, and heartworm.

PAWSitive Veterinary of New York is a clinic that offers services to neighborhoods south of Prospect Park in Brooklyn. With exams, vaccinations, heartworm testing and control, and more, the team at PAWSitive can provide complete care for pets. The veterinarians, Dr. Courtney Perry and Dr. Nancy Chilla-Smith, also offer microchipping and canine rehabilitation therapy.

Proietto Veterinary Services offers an easy solution to pet problems with their home visits. Clients can schedule appointments online or via the phone, and Dr, Rob, a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania, will come to the house. A house call includes a physical exam, vaccines, nail clipping, ear cleaning, and the opportunity to ask any questions.

Serving Bronx, New York, surrounding boroughs, the Riverdale Veterinary Group specializes in care for all companion animals. Whether dog, cat or avian, the team at Riverdale provides care with an emphasis on communication for owners to make the best decisions for pet care. The clinic is open seven days a week and accommodates later appointments by closing at 8 p.m.

Situated at the corner of 7th Avenue and West 12th Street, New York City, Small Door is a members-only veterinarian service. The company provides a boutique experience, creating a welcoming environment that combines modern technology with hospitality that improves the experience for pets and their owners. There are three core services; Wellness Exams, designed to catch problems before they occur; Sick Patient Exams, which are treatments at the practice; and Telemedicine, providing 24/7 support via the company's mobile app.

The Upper East Veterinary Clinic offers state of the art veterinary care to pets in Manhattan. Dr.’s Talia A. Goldberg, Megan Nunemacher, and Erin Keefe provide a range of services, with specializations in endocrine diseases, gastrointestinal disorders, and oncology. The practice also offers an online pharmacy for one-time or regular medication needs.

In Uptown Manhattan, Uptown Veterinary Associates has served animals since 2007. An American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA)-accredited clinic, the Uptown clinic routinely passes inspections made in many areas including laboratory protocol, surgery, pharmacy controls, and anesthesia. Dr. Ina Obernesser and Dr. Sarah Sullivan provide preventative treatment and address illness and emergencies as they arise. They work with all available animal insurance plans.

VetCierge of New York provides in-home care for any pet. Since 2013, Dr. Jeff Lavine has provided specialized veterinarian services in the relaxed environment of client homes. Through attending conferences and reading the latest research in the field, Dr. Lavine stays up-to-date in his practice. Through the years, he has grown particularly interested in canine and feline medicine, dental and preventative care, and hospice for pets.

Village House Call Vet comes to clients needing veterinary care in New York City. For over a decade, Dr. Carolyn Quagliata and her mobile vet service have eliminated travel time and long waits by visiting animals and their owners at home. Dr. Quagliata provides a range of services for clients in New York, Brooklyn, Hoboken, NJ, and Jersey City, NJ.

Worth Street Veterinary Center is a New York City-based veterinarian practice that cares for feline and canine pets using holistic methods together with advanced technology. The medical group provides wellness exams and utilizes high-resolution diagnostic tools to minimize radiation exposure while producing accurate images to help achieve a precise diagnosis. The veterinarian team performs dental services and simple or complex surgical procedures and offers emergency services. The clinic is accredited by the American Animal Hospital Association.

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