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The Animal Medical Center (AMC) hosted its annual Top Dog Gala on Tuesday, December 13th at Cipriani-42nd Street, to honor Donna Acquavella with the 2016 Top Dog Award and to celebrate two extraordinary canines. The benefit was co-chaired by Robert Couturier, Nancy Kissinger, Elaine Langone, Elizabeth Monaco McCarthy and Annette de la Renta. Famed designer David … Continue reading Animal Medical Center Hosted its 2016 Top Dog Gala
J.McLaughlin was proud to present their Second Special Shopping Spree to benefit the Animal Medical Center (AMC). The event, a kick-off party to celebrate AMC’s Top Dog Gala, was hosted by Alison Minton and Guy Emile Harley, Top Dog Gala Benefit Committee Members. Despite the wet, windy, wintry weather, guests arrived ready to shop for … Continue reading J.McLaughlin Hosts 2nd Annual Spectacular Shopping Spree to Benefit Animal Medical Center
Animal Medical Center’s (AMC) Cardiology Service, along with an international group of cardiologists across 11 countries, participated in a five-year groundbreaking double-blinded study designed to assess the potential benefit of the drug, pimobendan in asymptomatic dogs with advanced degenerative mitral valve disease (MVD). This disease is the most common cardiac condition affecting small breed dogs … Continue reading Animal Medical Center Participates in Groundbreaking Cardiology Study
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
AMC in the News
A woman was arrested on charges of animal cruelty after officials found all the signs that her pit bulls had been used for dog fighting, according to prosecutors in Queens. Huddled in cages inside a garage in Far Rockaway, Queens, the four dogs had torn ears, bruises, broken teeth, puncture wounds and cuts.
Did you know that 85% of dogs suffer from periodontal disease by the time they are three years of age? Untreated dental disease can lead to serious complications, such as tooth loss, infection and even heart, liver and kidney disease. February is Pet Dental Health Month, and to help spread the word, Dr. Dan Carmichael, … Continue reading Could a Dental Health Check-Up Save Your Pet’s Life?
Your pets deserve the best. This includes keeping their canines –and every other tooth in between– in tip-top shape. Dr. Carmichael, a Board-Certified Veterinarian Dentist and staff doctor at New York Animal Medical Center provides viable tips on how to properly ensure that your pet’s dental health is taken care of, from how and when to … Continue reading When’s the last time your pet’s seen the dentist?
Harry is a pet who went to pot. A 5-month-old puppy belonging to former city Public Advocate Betsy Gotbaum became ill after consuming marijuana.
A dog’s nose is a work of wonder. Inside every snout are 300 million different receptors. The parts of a canine’s brain devoted to smells are about 40 times stronger than humans’. So you never know what scent it might pick up on city streets.