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Animal Medical is a fun, fulfilling place to work.

  • We enjoy working with one another

And We…

  • Trust one another

  • Are encouraged to think and act for ourselves

  • Are respected by our clients as knowledgeable professionals

  • Are empowered to act like owners

  • Are paid well!

  • Feel good about the work we do each and every day

Doran, with our hospital mascot, Shredder.

‘Howey’ enjoying a birthday party with his mom, dad and LVT, Nancy

Amy, Carol and Margaret with some kittens who all ended up getting loving homes 🙂

Medical Director, Howard Gittelman, Buffy, and her owner Dave.

 

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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.

Dr. Howard Gittelman Diagnosed with Lyme Disease

Though I’ve heard lots of stories of people contracting Lyme disease, I never quite understood how a person could have a tick on him or her and not notice it. Then one day, I woke up with a strange rash on my chest…

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