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Do not use the appointment form in case of an emergency. Call or visit us right away.
If your pet has a medical emergency, please telephone us immediately at 914-279-3868 to schedule an appointment. Our dedicated team of veterinarians and technicians are available around the clock 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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We really are fortunate to be a part of such an appreciative community of pets and their people. It truly makes what we do a gratifying experience.
Knowing our community appreciates the care we give all the pets and people that come to our office warms our heart. We are truly grateful to have such great pets, friends and family around us.
We always feel so happy when we are able to help out the pets and people in our community. This very special thank you card reminded us how important it is to help keep pets and their families together as long as we can.
This year Animal Health Center was chosen by Henry Schein as a leader in the Veterinary industry for our outstanding level of service, innovation, and technology. Henry Schein is one of the world’s largest provider of healthcare products and innovative technology, and ranked #268 on the Fortune 500. Every year they choose one hospital […]
Given the most recent human leptospirosis cases in the Bronx, we thought it best to talk to you about how vaccinations protect all of us and why they are so important. Our clients frequently ask us, “Are these vaccinations necessary” and our answer is a resounding “YES!”. Vaccinations are administered to increase immunity to a […]
Bumble is your typical happy, healthy, and energetic 9 month old cat. While everyone was enjoying their delicious holiday dinners and opening presents over the holidays, Bumble suddenly became very ill and weak. After severe vomiting and continued weakness, Bumble was brought to her primary veterinarian who suggested that Bumble undergo immediate exploratory surgery of […]