These days, it’s not enough to just bring Spot to the groomer. If you really want your dog to dazzle — and you have a chunk of cash to spend — you can take him in for a nip-tuck.
A dangerous bacterial disease has pet owners everywhere worried about the safety of their animals. Potentially deadly to both humans and canines, Leptospirosis is found across the country, and vets are diagnosing it more than ever.
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.
TODAY’s Kathie Lee Gifford took a tour of New York City’s Animal Medical Center, a veterinary hospital that’s been operating since 1910, and is always open and ready for its animal patients. “People fly their animals in from all over the world to be treated there!” KLG exclaims after witnessing some of the procedures the … Continue reading Kathie Lee Gifford gets blown away by NYC’s 24/7 Animal Medical Center
On February 28th, The Animal Medical Center (AMC) was the toast of the town at the beautiful home of Elizabeth Monaco and Neil M. McCarthy in Wellington, Florida. Georgina Bloomberg was among the nearly 120 guests who enjoyed a lively evening of drinks, hors d’oeuvres and a silent auction with all proceeds benefitting Animal Medical … Continue reading A sophisticated mix, on today’s NYSD