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Press Releases

The Animal Medical Center is pleased to announce that veterinary cardiologist, Philip R. Fox, DVM, MS, DACVIM/ECVIM (Cardiology), DACVECC, had the distinct honor to present an update on his trailblazing multinational global initiative, "New Perspectives on Survival: Comparison of Healthy Cats and Cats With HCM (feline hypertrophic cardiomyopathy) - A Global Study" at the 36th Annual WINN Feline Foundation Symposium on Feline Health on Thursday, June 26, 2014 in New Orleans.  

Vetstreet.com and The Animal Medical Center in New York City today are pleased to announce that Dr. Ann Hohenhaus has won a prestigious 2014 DeBakey Journalism Award in the Online category for her article entitled “Dogs Go To Bat Against Lou Gehrig’s Disease.” The award will be presented tonight at an awards dinner ceremony in Washington, DC, hosted by the Foundation for Biomedical Research (FBR). 

The Animal Medical Center honored three special companion animals at its Sixth Annual Living Legends Luncheon held at The Metropolitan Club on May 13, 2014.  

AMC in the News

July 10, 2014
Chicago Tribune

Feline heart disease (HCM) and a fatal illness called feline infectious peritonitis (FIP) are two of the most devastating diseases in cats.

July 9, 2014
Steve Dale's Pet World

Heart disease in cats can be more devastating, maybe more so than previously thought. Based on his studies, veterinary cardiologist Dr. Philip Fox, of the Animal Medical Center in New York City, says that cats diagnosed with feline hypertrophic cardiomyopathy (HCM) face an approximately one in five chance of developing either heart failure or blood clots, both of which can be fatal.

July 9, 2014
Amityville Record

Call it medical metamorphosis. AMC TO THE RESCUE is about to work another miracle. A team of amazing veterinarians is going to donate their expertise and time repairing a tiny canine waif to remove her pain, limp and any obstacles to her adoptability.

 

 

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Pet Stories

Daisy the Guinea Pig

Daisy, my three year old guinea pig recently had surgery at the Animal Medical Center to remove an infected toe on her front foot.  Dr. Quesenberry tried to save it with antibiotics, cream and bandages before having to perform surgery.

A Shih Tzu Named Shai

We adopted Shai through a foster family to discover she was mostly blind from abuse. Only months later, her retina detached and she became fully blind. This brave and small Shih Tzu still acclimated well, until she suffered a stroke. We came home to a normally snuggly pup who that day could not get up off of her side. 

Kugel's Story

Kugel found us or we found Kugel only a few years ago - not sure how the story starts. But, since we first got Kugel she was very sick. The fabulous Dr. Kim Alexander helped us determine it was gastric lymphoma.