Our clinic is open 24 hours, seven days a week every day of the year for any emergency. Our specialists are here weekdays for surgery, diagnostics, treatment and loving care. Here are some services we offer.
We’re here 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year when you need us. We strive to be the best and most compassionate emergency veterinary care option for you and your pets on Long Island, NY. We are here to be an extension of your primary care veterinarian’s office and also for emergencies such as heatstroke, car accidents, fractures, seizures and any illness or injury.learn More
Dr. Allan Carb and Dr. Arnold Lesser are famous for their advanced techniques in Orthopedic Surgery, but are also highly skilled Major Soft Tissue surgeons as well. Dr. Carb and Dr. Lesser are both board certified by the American College of Veterinary Surgeons. Dr. Jacqueline Carver is also board certified and highly skilled in both orthopedic and soft tissue surgery. Dr. Carver’s areas of special interest include cardiovascular, urogenital, and exotic animal surgery. You can feel confident your pet’s surgery is being handled by the best hands possible.learn More
If your pet is frequently itching, scratching or biting its skin, he or she may be suffering from an allergy or skin condition. Veterinary dermatology treats common skin conditions and pet allergies, addressing both the underlying cause for your pet’s discomfort as well as providing immediate relief from painful symptoms. Our dermatologist has significant experience treating pet allergies and skin conditions with a particular interest in autoimmune skin diseases and ear diseases of the dog and cat . Our advanced diagnostic tests make it easier for our veterinary dermatology team to precisely identify the skin condition affecting your pet and take immediate steps to relieve your pet’s discomfort.
Dr. White-Weithers has brought a wealth of knowledge and experience to the Long Island area and believes in the need to make pets as equally healthy as human beings. She believes in the need for compassion toward all animals and that they should be treated as such. Even though she treats all aspects of allergic and dermatological disease, her special interests are in autoimmune skin diseases and ear diseases of the dog and cat.
Common reasons for cardiac examination in animals include heart murmurs, irregular heartbeats, respiratory complaints, and weakness or fainting. Because heart problems are common in older dogs and cats with other medical problems, we also perform many examinations on animals admitted to other services in the hospital (internal medicine, surgery, etc.), many of which are requested as part of a pre-operative evaluation. The majority of animals can be completely evaluated using only non-invasive examination methods. We also offer minimally invasive (catheter-based) interventions to repair or improve certain congenital heart defects, and we have extensive experience implanting cardiac pacemakers in dogs with abnormally slow heart beats.
NYVSC is proud to have two outstanding board certified cardiologists: Dr. Jonathan C. Goodwin, DVM, Diplomate ACVIM, and Dr. Dennis Trafny, DVM DACVIM available to help you and your Pet diagnosis and treat heart disease.
At NYVSC, we bring you one of the most exciting new approaches to veterinary medicine: Veterinary Rehabilitation Therapy. This is ideal for those pets that have sustained an injury, recovering from surgery, suffer from arthritis, or in need of weight loss, and physical conditioning. NYVSC staff will provide your pet with the most innovative and state of the art approach to veterinary rehabilitation. Our mission is to use individualized programs to maximize your pet’s ability to recover, while minimizing their discomfort.learn More
Acupuncture is a healing method first used by the ancient Chinese over 4000 years ago. Acupuncture is known to have a therapeutic effect for a wide variety of conditions.learn More
Advanced medical skills require cutting-edge tools.
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