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(New York, NY – July 2016) The Animal Medical Center is proud to announce that Chief Medical Officer, Richard E. Goldstein, DVM, DACVIM, DECVIM-CA, has been appointed by the Global Lyme Alliance (GLA) to serve on its Scientific Advisory Board. GLA is the leading private nonprofit organization dedicated to conquering Lyme and tick-borne diseases through … Continue reading AMC’s Dr. Richard Goldstein Appointed to the Global Lyme Alliance Scientific Advisory Board
Animal Medical Center’s A Morning Dose of Medicine – Dr. Richard Goldstein Presents Lyme Disease in Dogs and Humans
(New York, NY – June 2, 2016) The Animal Medical Center (AMC) is proud to present internationally recognized Lyme Disease expert and its Chief Medical Officer, Richard Goldstein DVM, DACVIM (SAIM), DECVIM-CA, at AMC’s A Morning Dose of Medicine on Thursday, June 2nd at 8am to discuss Lyme Disease in dogs and humans. Humans and … Continue reading Animal Medical Center’s A Morning Dose of Medicine – Dr. Richard Goldstein Presents Lyme Disease in Dogs and Humans
(New York, NY – May 17, 2016) The Animal Medical Center (AMC) will honor three very special companion animals at its Eighth Annual Living Legends Luncheon to be held at the Harmonie Club on Thursday, May 17, 2016. Over 150 guests are expected to attend the event, which is co-chaired by Susan Verni Lazarus, Alison … Continue reading AMC’s Eighth Annual Living Legends Luncheon Honors ELSA, WYNTON and VEN
(New York, N.Y. – May 3, 2016) The Animal Medical Center (AMC) is proud to present Dr. Larry Norton, Deputy Physician-in-Chief for Breast Cancer Programs, Medical Director, Evelyn H. Lauder Breast Center and Norna S. Sarofim Chair in Clinical Oncology at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in a stimulating discussion with Dr. Nicole Leibman, Chief … Continue reading Rethinking Breast Cancer Research Exploring Commonalities in Animals and Humans
(New York, NY – April 29, 2016) — On April 21st, J.McLaughlin was proud to host a special event to benefit The Animal Medical Center (AMC). The event was a pre-party for the AMC’s Eighth Annual Living Legends Luncheon and was hosted by event co-chairs Susan Verni Lazarus, Alison Minton, Kane Nussbaum, Joanne Ronson, Carol … Continue reading J.McLaughlin Hosts Special Shopping Spree to Benefit The Animal Medical Center
AMC in the News
Pet health care is getting more advanced — and expensive. Last year, Mary Atwater-Kellman discovered her adopted pug Emoji had melanoma on his lip. He was 11, old for a dog, but Atwater-Kellman couldn’t bear to part with him. So she paid for chemotherapy treatment. Since then, more health issues have emerged, including a bout … Continue reading When Fluffy’s Surgery Costs More Than a Car
Last year, Kaitlin and Ben Fund decided to give up their rental near Penn Station and look for an apartment several blocks south of the commuter tumult. It was a perfectly understandable decision, but the couple worried about how the move would affect their golden retriever, Hobie.
Dogs are amazing creatures. They’re able to lead blind people through bustling streets, bring errant sheep back to the herd, and can be trained to do everything from fetch a ball to detect cancer. But how exactly do dogs’ minds work? And how do their brains compare to humans’ and other animals’? We sat down with … Continue reading Dog Brain Facts: Understanding Canine Cognition
It’s become a huge trend in recent years to feed your pets the highest-quality food. While cheaper and perhaps lower-quality foods are still staples in pet stores and many homes, the health benefits of feeding grain-free or organic foods to your dogs and cats are becoming more widely publicized, and people are taking note.
Monty Doodle Doo may be owner Marni Hagel’s baby, but there’s nothing little about him. And when Hagel and her husband adopted him from a local shelter last year, they didn’t realize just how big he’d get.