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Dr. Lisa Schenkel

Physical Medicine & Director

A longer healthier life for your pet ‘Whole’ istically

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2017 Tick Borne Disease in Rockland County Reaches New High

2018 predicted to be equally as bad

 

Warmer weather continues to draw ticks into our area…and disease.

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Animal Medical works with local shelters to find homes for pets.

With a Name Like Smuckers, it has to be…GROSS!

Class Action lawsuit cites proof that Smuckers-owned company sold pet food contaminated with euthanasia solution.  

Animal Hoarding: A mental illness with devastating consequences

Often lampooned as ‘crazy cat ladies’, animal hoarders are no laughing matter. They are psychologically disturbed individuals whose behavior hurts the animals that they possess, their community, and themselves. Animal hoarders have a near 100% recidivism rate and cost municipalities tens of thousands of dollars per case.

Arsenic Saved This Dog

On a remote, Caribbean island, a stray dog is rescued, but only a trip to the U.S., 4 months of special treatments, and 3 doses of arsenic keep her from dying.

Veterinary Hospital Treats a “Tribble”

Animal Medical of New City treats earth’s first ‘Tribble’, a genetically modified organism developed by Dr. Albert Elaboro Fibb at the Weiss Research Center of Cornell University

Stony Point Residents Say Veterinarian Discovered Sasquatch

Night of terror leads to authenticated video footage. New City Veterinarian, Howard Gittelman fails at attempt to safely sedate and control the animal.

Better to Know or Not to Know

At my 10-year-old dog’s last routine physical examination, her veterinarian, Dr. Howard Gittleman uncovered a potentially alarming condition in this otherwise happy, tail-wagging dog. Prevention saved her life.