Veterinarian in Queens Village

Microchipping for One Cat or Dog or Two Pets at Crawford Dog & Cat Hospital (Up to 61% Off)

Crawford Dog & Cat Hospital

Garden City Park

$50 $25

A member of hospital staff inserts rice grain–sized microchip under skin of dogs or cats, which serves as permanent identification device

$35 for a Comprehensive Feline Health Examination at The Cat Doctor ($71.54 Value)

The Cat Doctor

New Hyde Park

$71.54 $35

Cats-only clinic helmed by four veterinarians, all of whom are members of the American Veterinary Medical Association

Exam and Microchipping, or Annual Vaccines for a Cat or Dog at 36th Street Animal Clinic (Up to 62% Off)

36th Street Animal Clinic

Ditmars Steinway

$145 $59

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Veterinarians check pets' health and insert microchips that help locate them if they get lost; vaccines protect against deadly diseases

Dental Exam for Pet Weighing Less than 20 lb., 21–50 lb., or 51–80 lb. at Bronx Veterinary Center (Up to 53% Off)

Bronx Veterinary Center

Belmont

$360 $175

Full dental exam includes a teeth cleaning with anesthesia, teeth scaling and polishing, antibiotics, and follow-up

Wellness Package for Dog or Cat With Option for Heartworm Test at City Vet (Up to 75% Off)

City,Vet

Hunters Point

$155 $39

Vets give dogs and cats a clean bill of health with physical exam, nail trim, ear cleaning, parasite analysis, and de-worming

Exam and Vaccinations, Tests, or Health Package for a Dog or Cat at Harlem Animal Hospital (Up to 61% Off)

Harlem Animal Hospital

Harlem

$100 $49

Veterinarians administer vaccines for rabies or FVRCP or tests for heartworm and viruses; comprehensive exams check pets from tip to tail

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The bright-blue awning hanging outside Queens Animal Health & Emergency makes it hard to miss; it's blend of Eastern and Western medical treatments make the clinic hard to forget. Its veterinarians are well versed in general-wellness care for their clients' four-legged friends and use acupuncture to manage a variety of chronic issues, such as arthritis, asthma, and the anxiety that stems from trying to bark in Morse code. With its boarding services, staff members care for pets while their owners are on vacation, and grooming sessions keep animals looking their best.

183-04 Horace Harding Expwy
Fresh Meadows,
NY
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Dr. Keith Niesenbaum and the staff of Great Neck Dog & Cat Hospital are on hand six days a week to provide urgent care assistance, emergency procedures, dog day care, boarding, and even house calls. In addition to cats and dogs, select practitioners can also treat rabbits, reptiles, and pocket pets.

333 Great Neck Rd
Great Neck,
NY
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Though doggie doors and automatic feeders offer stay-at-home pups some autonomy, they can't replace the attention of a loving owner and socialization with other dogs. NY Puppy Club gives their canine visitors the attention they need while their owners are away, either during daycare visits or long-term vacation stays. Two spacious play rooms match pups with playmates of their own size. Smaller dogs can take turns riding down a plastic slide, while larger dogs can cooperate on toppling the treat refrigerator. Inside the club's 16 boarding rooms, dogs can sleep on plush beds amid soft lighting and music. At the daycare's sister shop, owners can peruse a selection of foods and toys, or consult with the onsite veterinarian.

45-16 162nd Street
Flushing,
NY
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A practicing veterinarian since graduating from the University of Pennsylvania's School of Veterinary Medicine in 1984, Dr. Keith Niesenbaum cares for four-legged friends as the owner and medical director at Crawford Dog & Cat Hospital. Alongside senior associate vet Dr. Brian Spar, Dr. Niesenbaum and his staff treat ailing pets in three facilities that offer inpatient and outpatient care and also make house calls.

2135 Jericho Tpke
New Hyde Park,
NY
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The American Dog Club connects dog lovers with puppies looking for a new a home. The organization works strictly with USDA-certified and licensed private breeders, who follow strict regimens for the care and feeding of puppies. Once a pup leaves the breeder and comes into the Dog Club's care, the pet sitters provide an equally intense level of care for each pooch. They feed them doggy milk, baby food, and vitamin-enriched water. They provide them with toys and blankets, and socialize them with other puppies in cage-free play environments. If a puppy lingers with them for too long, they immediately put him or her up for adoption; they like to see their animals land in loving homes, no matter what.

Of course, caring for an animal is a long-term commitment, and they provide services to help out pet owners regardless of their dog's age. They sell a range of specialty toys and foods meant to keep dogs healthy and they groom dogs of any size, trimming nails and shampooing fur.

957 Willis Ave
Albertson,
NY
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Daniel Reitman, the eponymous owner of Dan’s Dog Walking and Pet Sitting, lends a helping paw to pet owners with services that cater to all manner of beast and bird. Daniel and his fellow pet experts take pride in their long list of repeat customers—a testament to their hard work as well as their ability to establish relationships with the animals in their care. Vet-recommended and fully bonded and insured walkers and overnight sitters take time to learn about pets’ dietary restrictions and exercise habits before they even meet, allowing them to immediately build a friendship defined by wagging tails and purrs. The eco-friendly company demonstrates its commitment to animals and the environment by using leashes made from recycled materials, cleaning up with biodegradable sanitary bags, and discouraging dogs from chewing on fossil fuels.

54 Harbor Acres Rd
Sands Point,
NY
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