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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

Pet-Vaccination Package with Optional Ear Cleaning and Nail Trim at Queens Animal Health & Emergency (Up to 53% Off)

Queens Animal Health & Emergency

Utopia

$120 $59

(5)

Vaccines ward off common illnesses; nail trim and ear cleaning keep pets looking neat

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 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

(5)

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

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

Select Local Merchants

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
US

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
US

As the head doctor at Animal Clinic of Canarsie, Dr. Gusmorino works with a trained staff as he treats pets ranging from dogs and cats to reptiles. Dr. Gusmorino learned how to nurture animals back to health at the Universita di Parma in Italy. Now that he lives in the States, he divides his time between his practice and caring for his own beloved animals at home: a cat, a guinea pig, a turtle, and ferrets. The pet doc can perform a variety of services, from medical and surgical treatments to dental services and microchip implantation. Dr. Gusmorino is also the owner of Pete's Pet Supplies, the pet shop next door to his clinic, where animals and their owners can get food, toys, and Canine-English dictionaries.

9605 Glenwood Rd
Brooklyn,
NY
US

From the outside, Queens Animal Hospital might look like it was recently converted from a family home. In fact, it's been an animal hospital since 1955, and the humble design scheme was deliberate: what pet wouldn't want to climb the steps of a friendly-looking house filled with friendly people? Inside, they'll find a staff headed by Dr. Beshoy Rafla, who specializes in dogs and cats but also welcomes birds, reptiles, and other small exotic pets. He and his veterinary techs perform a wide array of services: in addition to standard checkups, there are facilities for surgery, dental care, grooming, and, for dogs, even boarding in quarters that include indoor and outdoor runs. Pets also don't need to leave the grounds for x-rays, ultrasounds, or EKGs, and their humans can even opt for microchipping to keep them safe if they ever get lost in a funhouse's hall of mirrors.

5612 Roosevelt Ave
Woodside,
NY
US

In 1990, John Ziegler hired a dog walker to take his 8-month-old yellow lab Merembe out on regular walks. The plan was to escort the rambunctious pup to Central Park, where she could enjoy fresh air and social time around other dogs and people. Just to make sure he was getting what he paid for, John followed the dog walker—and discovered that Merembe spent the entire hour cooped up in a tiny apartment while the walker went on errands. The indignation that any dog owner would feel at this discovery is what prompted John to found Biscuits & Bath, an all-encompassing dog-care company that strives for transparency, knowledge, and compassion in all they do.

A bounty of doggy knowledge backs every service at Biscuits & Bath, whether it's grouping dogs by size and temperament at daycare to balance safety and fun, or pairing groomers' image-enhancing brush-outs with checks for ticks, ear infections, and unusual basketball ability. True to the company's roots, each dog walker is bonded, insured, and thoroughly trained to take beloved friends on a daily romp. Dogs are kept safe from big-city hazards by donning two slip collars, a climb-spec harness, and a reinforced nylon leash, allowing the company to boast nearly one million incident-free walks in 2011. On-site veterinarian services give pups a checkup incentive with the center's play-filled environment, and overnight boarding services keep timid dogs at ease with constant supervision and flexibility with special requirements.

1535 1st Ave
New York,
NY
US

Bideawee, on 38th Street by First Avenue in Midtown East, has been providing a safe haven to thousands of dogs and cats in New York City for over 100 years. Inspired by a Paris-based animal rescue effort at the turn of the last century, Bideawee's creator, Flora D'Auby Jenkins Kibbe, saw the need for a similar animal care facility in New York City. Bideawee's principle of offering protection, care and new homes for unwanted cats and dogs continues today. This center maintains a dedication to not only to animals, but also to their human owners, providing avenues for simple pet adoption, veterinary and even burial services, thus taking care of every aspect of a pet's well-being. The clean, colorful play space is perfect for animal-lovers looking to adopt, and for pets in need of a good home.

410 E 38th St
New York,
NY
US