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Animal Health Center is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year. If your pet has a medical emergency, please telephone us immediately at 914-941-4904. Our dedicated team of veterinarians and technicians are here to provide expert care for your pet.
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Our address is: 513 North State Rd. Briarcliff Manor, NY 10510
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The holiday season brings happiness, guests, and lots of food! Just as a reminder, here’s a list of the top TEN foods your dog should never eat and why. If you think your pet has ingested any of the foods listed below, immediately contact our hospital facility, Animal Health Center at Veterinary Village in Briarcliff […]
Reptiles are one of the most interesting creatures of our time, and they are a great pet choice when taken care of properly. More specifically, Leopard Geckos are one of the most popular breeds for a beginner reptile keeper. These geckos have a special temperament; they’re extremely docile, easy to care for and don’t require […]
Everyone loves a puppy, but those of us here at Veterinary Village Animal Hospital agree that senior dogs are just as precious. Forget about the usual woes that come with a new pup; the qualities that make a “good” companion are most often already an established part of a senior dog’s personality. Here are five […]
When your pet is acting differently and you’re not quite sure what the problem is, it could be an early symptom of an illness or even a dire emergency. Below are a few rules of thumb when assessing your pet’s health. UNUSUAL BEHAVIOR? LETHARGY? A lethargic, unresponsive pet is a red flag and indicates they’re probably […]
Cancer is an uncontrolled growth of abnormal cells (neoplasm) that develop because of damage to our pets’ DNA. This complex process can be triggered by hereditary, environmental, and/or nutritional factors. While cancer is more common in dogs than cats, incident reports increase with an animal’s age. While the exact cause of cancer is unknown, prevention […]
Diabetes Mellitus is the result of complications with the digestive conversion of proteins into glucose within the bloodstream. Insulin deficiencies result in hyperglycemia (high blood sugar) and Glycosuria (high urine sugar). In both cases, inadequate insulin production prevents the conversion of glucose to energy. While many cases require simple changes to their daily nutrition and […]