Cats can be your best friend too. Start with new kitten/cat wellness care

Your cat needs to have an annual checkup and preventive care regimen to prevent illness and protect his/her health. Annual inspections of your cats teeth can prevent extensive dental problems. Routine check up and vaccinations will keep your cat his/her best health.

 

Dogs are people too! Annual check ups are important

Your dog is a special part of your family, and an annual checkup can protect your pet’s health. Vaccinations, heart worm and flea prevention medication should be part of your dog’s health routine. Keeping your pet healthy is our goal too.  

 

Care for Senior Pets

As you pet ages his/her needs will change. Senior pet care is an important part of your pet owning experience. You dog or cat may need help to keep physically fit. Mobility is key to your pet’s energy level and quality of life.  

 

A Healthy Diet starts with the right food choices

Here you can find a terrific selection of healthy pet food and treats. Feed your pet quality food and you will avoid many health concerns during your pet’s life. A better diet makes a healthier pet.  

Physical Medicine

Whether your pet has an accident, a working or competition related injury, or surgery, having a plan to recover your pet’s mobility and relieve their pain is essential. Using a “wholistic” approach, physical medicine will help improve your pet’s agility and keep them happy.  

 

Exotics & Small Mammals

Rabbits, Small Mammals, Iguanas & Birds can find preventive care and emergency care with professionals that understand your exotic pet’s needs. Bring your pet in for an annual check up and stay current on your exotic pet’s health.

 

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Animal Medical of New City

At Animal Medical of New City, we have a special commitment to veterinary medicine and we take pride in our dedication to you and your pet's health.

The information on this site is intended to help you get to know us better, and also to ensure that both you and your pet have a pleasant experience at our animal hospital.

If you have any questions about our services or policies, please contact the hospital to speak with a member of our staff who will be happy to provide you with any additional information.

Your comments and suggestions are always appreciated. If you are happy with our services, then please tell your friends and family. If you are not, then please tell us. To receive informational newsletters, videos, recalls, or to upload pictures of your favorite pet.

The staff of Animal Medical of New City believes in the dignity of all animals and in the special value of the bonds forged between humans and companion animals. We feel that every animal brought to us is owned by a compassionate and concerned individual who desires the ultimate in animal care and treatment. To this end, we dedicate our services and facilities, and we will constantly strive through continuing education and advancement in instrumentation, to give each patient the same consideration we would expect for members of our own family.

Animal Medical of New City is one of the few American Animal Hospital Association(AAHA) accredited veterinary facilities in the area. Less than 18 percent of the small animal veterinary hospitals in the United States and Canada are accredited by AAHA and are proud to have achieved this status. As an AAHA accredited hospital, we voluntarily meet the highest standards established for veterinary care facilities.

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Animal Medical of New City

Animal Medical of New City
22 New Hempstead Rd.
New City, NY 10956
Phone: 845-638-3600
Contact@animalmedicalnc.com

Office Hours:
Mon- Tues- Thurs: 8:00am - 7:00pm
Wed & Friday: 8:00am- 6:00pm
Saturday: 8:00am - 2:00pm
Sunday: Closed

For Emergencies Call: (845) 638-3600

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