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Veterinary Emergency Group New To the New City Area

Animal Medical of New City can now expand the comprehensive veterinary emergency services it provides clients with the addition of the Veterinary Emergency Group in the Nanuet area. Animal Medical and Pet Emergencies It’s always been important to our practice to be...

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Pet Food Recipes and Nutrition

Thanksgiving Treats You Can Share with Your Pets!

By Dr. Justine A. Lee, DVM, DACVECC As Thanksgiving approaches, accidental poisonings often occur in dogs (and less commonly cats) – that’s because they often get into the delectable human foods while table or counter-surfing! To be safe, make sure to keep your dog...

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The Truth About Pet Food

Americans have become increasing concerned about the source of their food, what its made of, and how it's processed. Fad diets have become all the rage and consumers have become  easy targets for marketing hype, exaggerated and unsubstantiated claims of miraculous...

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Oral Health and Dentistry


Oral disease is one of the most common problems in veterinary medicine with 80% of dogs and 70% of cats showing signs of periodontal disease by the age of three. Some problems that can result from oral disease include trouble chewing excessive salivation bad breath...

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Oral Hygiene and Your Pet

One of the most frequently neglected areas in our pet’s health is the oral cavity. We are fastidious about their skin, coat, eyes and ears and especially their hind end. Any evidence of discharge is quickly brought to the attention of their doctor to ensure they...

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Healthy Living

Namaste, Fido

A New Approach to Overall Health Across America, people are tuning in and listening to their bodies.  Rather than only reaching for the nearest bottle of medicine, many people are exploring complementary modalities to health care including nutritional supplements,...

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Summer Pet Care Tips

Summer is here, time for both you, and your pet, to enjoy the warm weather and long sun-filled days. Whether traveling together on vacation, or just taking a stroll at a local beach, summer fun can also present some situations which can endanger your pet's health....

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Puppies Kittens and More!

New Kitten Care

By Jessica Vogelsang, DVM A tinny "meow," the scratchy tickle of a teensy tongue — few things are as delightful as the introduction of a new kitten to the house. Don’t be fooled, though. As small as kittens are, the number of items you can accumulate in the attempt to...

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Should I Get a Bird As a Pet?

There’s more to getting a bird than simply buying a cage (although more on that below). Birds are delicate and complex creatures that need lots of loving care and attention to be happy and healthy. So don't be fooled, playing them Sesame Street to see their friend,...

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Pet Rabbit Care

Rabbits!  They can be trained to use a litter box, they’ll come when called, and some will engage their owners in a daily game of tag!  Domestic rabbits are delightful companion animals. They are inquisitive, intelligent, sociable and affectionate—and if well-cared...

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