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Animal Medical Center’s Morning Dose of Medicine: Drs. Allyson Berent and Demetrius Bagley Discuss a Collaborative Approach to Minimally Invasive Management of Urinary Stone Disease in Animals and Humans
The Animal Medical Center (AMC) is proud to present Demetrius H. Bagley, MD, the Nathan Lewis Hatfield Professor of Urology and Professor of Radiology at Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia, PA, and Allyson Berent, DVM, DACVIM (SAIM), Staff Doctor and Head of Interventional Endoscopy at AMC, in a discussion about the translational – and reverse … Continue reading Animal Medical Center’s Morning Dose of Medicine: Drs. Allyson Berent and Demetrius Bagley Discuss a Collaborative Approach to Minimally Invasive Management of Urinary Stone Disease in Animals and Humans
The American College of Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care (ACVECC) and the Veterinary Committee on Trauma (VetCOT) has approved Animal Medical Center-NY as an ACVECC-Verified Veterinary Trauma Center. As a recognized ACVECC-Verified Veterinary Trauma Center, the Animal Medical Center (AMC) joins an elite group of nine existing verified practices across the country to provide total … Continue reading Animal Medical Center-NY Approved as an ACVECC-Verified Veterinary Trauma Center
(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
AMC in the News
No doubt about it: we love our pets. As in, spending upwards of $60 billion on them each year. That’s a lot of squeaky toys and kibble.
It’s a good thing Instagram celebrity Doug the Pug lives in the United States. If he were from the United Kingdom, he might confront an unexpected stigma this week after the British Veterinary Association called for prospective dog owners to avoid flat-faced dog breeds.
Welcome to Manhattan’s Animal Medical Center (AMC), an establishment where the furry, scaly, and feathered patients are treated with the utmost care and dedication. Just like any other hospital, AMC takes care of those suffering from a range of illnesses, injuries, and conditions, but unlike your average ER, the reward for a job well done … Continue reading Introducing The Veterinary Hospital Where Cuddles Are A Huge Part Of The Job
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
You quickly run your hands along your dog’s head, back, and belly, and, finding no ticks, you think your job is done. Actually, finding ticks on your dog is not so simple. These tiny bloodsuckers are good at playing hide-and-seek, particularly when their host is covered in thick, dark hair.