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By: Carol W.
West Village Veterinary Hospital
My dog and I travel overseas to various locations and each time a different passport has been required. The front desk team has always been amazing in navigating through this very detailed and multi-step process as well as doing everything possible to ease the stress and burden on me.
By: Victoria G.
ABC Animal Hospital
We have had to bring our cockapoo in twice to ABC Animal Hospital for the same back pain issue amounting to over $600 this year. The first visit with Dr. Tufaro was fine, if not pricey (the reviews saying they really try to milk you for anything they can are accurate). However at both visits, I inquired about getting my dog her necessary vaccines since I was paying for an exam fee anyway. The doctor both times said to come back another time, there wouldn't be an exam fee, just the cost of the vaccinations since she was just there. So 2 weeks after our most recent $400 vet visit I made an appointment for my dog to get her vaccinations, and asked the person on the phone to confirm that we would in fact not have to pay a $70 exam fee. They told me they would call me back that day, which never happened. After calling and again being told I would get a call back, I pushed my appointment back a few days. An HOUR before the appointment (which had been scheduled nearly a week before) I get a call that "the doctor doesn't remember telling you you don't have to pay for the exam fee and since he didn't write it down he will have to charge you it." .... Because of the staff incompetence we have to pay more out of pocket for these vaccinations? I then spoke to the office manager who told me I was being very hurtful and that she doesn't get paid to speak to me on the phone and a ton of other illogical comments and insisted that it was not an exam fee but rather a $55 "recheck exam fee" that is charged, and that this was different than an exam fee because it costs $15 less. Will not be returning, this place REALLY tries to screw you.
By: Winnie H.
BluePearl Veterinary Partners
Very poorly run office. I called for an appointment with the oncologist after our regular veterinarian found a lump on our dog. We had been to Blue Pearl once before with no problem. This time, however, I called from the veterinarian's office and was given an appointment for two days later. My husband and I both rearranged our work schedules to take our dog into Blue Pearl--only to be told when we arrived that there was no record of an appointment. I showed them the call log on my cell phone. The young man at the front desk apologized, and said he would talk to the office manager. He came back and said that we would have to come back another day. While I appreciate that he tried, I find it unacceptable that the office made a mistake and did not fix it. The manager never came over to try to work out the situation, or even to apologize. I was already worried and stressed about my dog's medical problems, and this experience made everything worse. Not only was our dog not examined, but now we will have to take off more time from work to come back. If you have another option, I recommend you go elsewhere and save yourself the time and heartache.
By: Linda M.
145 Street Animal Hospital
On 2/2/2017 my old lady cat of 19 years died at home. On 2/3/2017 took my cat for cold storage at Dr. Butler 145th street clinic until I could make arrangements for cremation. My wishes was to take my pet to my usually place for this service for they offer a viewing, same day witnessed cremation and return of ashes for a price. Dr. Butler clinic also arranges pet cremation through her husband crematorium services in NJ. Butler said it was cheaper than where l wanted to go. I asked if he also had viewing and witnessed cremation. She said no and I said I'll THINK about it and let her KNOW. I found out later the same services offered in NJ cost about the same at both places. On 2/4/2017 I call and let the receptionist know I made a appointment for cremation and would pick my cat up on 2/6/2017. Picked up cat on 2/6/2017 and gave my cat quick inspection from within the pillowcase I brought her in to the clinic on Dr. Butler request. Butler or one of her workers had pose my pet curled up tight with her face somewhat covered with her front legs. Of course my cat was froze like I needed for cremation, but not right for viewing but it is what it is. When I got to the cemetery and my cat was set up for viewing, I saw her face was gone. No eyes. No nose. No mouth i could see. Only fur. Could not move pet legs to see what else could have been missing for she was froze. Lucky this time didn't let friends and family come to view.Dr. Butler decided to either take large specimens, autopsy or alter my cat corpse without my knowledge. My old lady cat had bad teeth but it was no reason to make her faceless. Maybe Butler needed to know why my 19 year old cat die of advanced old age or sickness. Maybe she figured I was going to use her husband NJ crematorium and none would be the wiser on what she did or was going to do with my pet remains. Maybe she figure that my cat had a black face I would not notice on closer inspection that she had no face any-longer. Even her brow and nose whiskers was gone. Lucky I didn't check my pet out really carefully in Butler office or I would be in prison right now. Luck I didn't decide to cancel the cremation and defrost my pet like I was thinking. Cat may have been cut open and fell apart right in front of me. I'm sure paying to placing one pet remains in storage for pick up later don't mean do what YOU wish with them. All I know I will NOT be using Dr. Butler 145th street animal hospital for any of my pets again alive or dead.Be careful of the veterinarians you chose for your pets like you would in picking a doctor for yourself, your child or loved ones. Even then still be careful of both professions.
By: Andrew C.
Reade Street Animal Hospital
I am kind of know as the cavalier guy of Tribeca, over the years I have had many. Dr Xanthos is very knowledgeable and was really pleased to work with me, appreciative of thy knowledge of the breed. With my two new pups we were very much on the same wavelength about over vaccinating. My dogs are not scared of going to the vet, I think they think it is Dudley's paw. All the staff know the dogs names- i know they have pulled up the records but it makes a difference. Willie thinks he works there. I highly recommend the place & staff
By: Mike S.
Gotham Animal Clinic
A superior vet.His little clinic has succeeded for over 20 years because Dr. Weiner has such a loyal clientele.We all know veterinary care can be expensive.So the money must be spent wisely.Dr.Weiner doesn't pad bills with unnecessary testing or b.s. supplements.If he suggests a test it's because he truly believes it will be of diagnostic value.And he will use the results to offer sensible options that,in the long run,could save you a bundle on wasteful surgeries or other pricey treatments.He is a highly experienced,highly skilled animal physician with common sense.And he runs an honest business.He is as good as it gets,particularly in this city.I thank you Dr. Weiner for the outstanding care you've given my pets for nearly 20 years.I consider myself and my beloved pets extremely fortunate to reside just a few blocks away from Gotham Animal Clinic.
By: Jack F.
BluePearl Veterinary Partners
Top notch vet services for everyday needs and also severe illness cases. Very experienced docs and nurses. Caring staff!
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By: Susan L.
Cathedral Dog & Cat Hospital
I love Dr. Fierman and Sylvia. They are caring people who truly love animals and want the best for them. When I call and leave a message, the response is quick; it's not a hassle to set up appointments and if you have to wait a bit, there are always treats for the dog. Of all the vets we have been to, Dr. Fierman is the most thorough, caring and most reasonable with fees. He does not order unnecessary tests as that has been my experience in the past.
By: Mike B.
New York Veterinary Hospital
If I were to be asked which pet clinic I should recommend, this probably belongs to the list. Good staff, clean place and lots of dog lovers.
By: Donald J.
New York Veterinary Hospital
I love this grooming center because it caters to the overall need of my beloved pets. I can see that their grooming has improved a lot since we went here.
Tips & Advices
Most 24-hour clinics do not allow owners to stay with their pets overnight. However, many do have specific visiting hours or will let owners see their pets at any point during the day. In addition, owners can call most clinics at any time for an update on their pet's well being.
  • Important phone numbers, especially those of the the veterinary clinic, the animal hospital or emergency clinic, and the poison control center
  • A book detailing pet first-aid steps
  • Copy of medical records
  • Nylon leash
  • Muzzle (only use if pet is not vomiting and has no difficulty breathing)
  • Absorbent gauze
  • Nonlatex disposable gloves
  • Scissors
  • Tweezers
  • Nail clippers
  • Digital thermometer
  • Sterile saline solution
  • Hydrogen peroxide (to induce vomiting only at the recommendation of a veterinarian
  • Milk of magnesia (to absorb poison only at the recommendation of a veterinarian)
Find a 24-hour animal hospital that provides emergency services within your area. Keep the facility's contact information in a place that's easy to locate, such as the refrigerator, address book, or smartphone. Most veterinary clinics operate on standard business hours and are not equipped to handle emergencies.
Veterinary clinics operate on a smaller scale than animal hospitals. The latter are more likely open 24 hours and provide emergency services. The former generally operate on typical office hours and only perform wellness exams and minor surgeries. Veterinary clinics also do not generally perform laboratory tests on site.
The specifics vary depending on the type of visit. For a wellness exam, bring:
  • Medical records
  • The type or brand of food the pet eats
  • Medication (including flea, tick, and heartworm medication).
If the animal needs medical treatment, the following may be helpful depending on the situation:
  • Fresh stool sample
  • Vomit sample
  • Video of the pet engaging in abnormal behavior
  • Substance the pet may have ingested

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