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Animal Medical Center Welcomes 55th Intern Class at Annual White Coat Ceremony

June 25, 2018

25 Veterinary Interns Selected from 250 Applications, Will Train Across 17 Specialties in Prestigious Program (June 18, 2018 – New York, N.Y.) Animal Medical Center (AMC) hosted its 10th Annual White Coat Ceremony today, welcoming a new class of interns. The internship program, now in its 55th year, is among the most respected in veterinary … Continue reading Animal Medical Center Welcomes 55th Intern Class at Annual White Coat Ceremony

Animal Medical Center Hosts 10th Annual Living Legends Luncheon: Event Honors Companion Animals Who Overcame Major Health Challenges

May 22, 2018

(New York, N.Y. – May 22, 2018) The Animal Medical Center (AMC) held its 10th Annual Living Legends Luncheon today honoring companion animals who survived seemingly insurmountable health challenges because of their owners’ love and commitment, along with the exceptional care and treatment they received from the specialty veterinarians at AMC’s Integrative and Rehabilitative Medicine, … Continue reading Animal Medical Center Hosts 10th Annual Living Legends Luncheon: Event Honors Companion Animals Who Overcame Major Health Challenges

Animal Medical Center Leads Global 10-Year Study to Improve Feline Health: Feline Cardiovascular Risk Study Spans 21 Countries

May 16, 2018

(New York, N.Y. – May 16, 2018) The Animal Medical Center (AMC) today announced the publication of a landmark research study that identifies how hypertrophic cardiomyopathy – a form of heart disease that can cause sudden death and heart failure in people – is also present in cats and linked to serious health problems in … Continue reading Animal Medical Center Leads Global 10-Year Study to Improve Feline Health: Feline Cardiovascular Risk Study Spans 21 Countries

AMC’s Emergency and Critical Care Service Continues to Expand; Dava Cazzolli, DVM, DACVECC Joins New York City’s Busiest Animal Emergency Room

March 26, 2018

(March 26, 2018 – New York, NY) The Animal Medical Center (AMC), the largest non-profit veterinary hospital in the country with over 16,000 emergency visits a year, today announced the appointment of Dava Cazzolli, DVM, DACVECC, a board-certified specialist, to its Emergency and Critical Care Service. Previously, Dr. Cazzolli served as a critical care specialist … Continue reading AMC’s Emergency and Critical Care Service Continues to Expand; Dava Cazzolli, DVM, DACVECC Joins New York City’s Busiest Animal Emergency Room

Two Doctors Join Animal Medical Center’s Emergency and Critical Care Service, Boosting New York City’s Busiest Animal Emergency Room

December 18, 2017

The Animal Medical Center (AMC), the nation’s largest non-profit animal hospital with 20,000 emergency visits a year, today announced the appointment of two new board certified specialists to its Emergency and Critical Care Service: Lisa J. Bazzle, DVM, DACVECC and Joel G. Weltman, DVM, DACVECC. Dr. Bazzle was a Criticalist at Veterinary Specialty Hospital in … Continue reading Two Doctors Join Animal Medical Center’s Emergency and Critical Care Service, Boosting New York City’s Busiest Animal Emergency Room

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Should I Bring My Dog to a Fourth of July Celebration? Things to Consider

July 02, 2018 | Source: American Kennel Club

It’s that time of year, when family and friends gather to celebrate Independence Day. Whether you’re going to a small, intimate gathering, or a larger party, there is bound to be a variety of foods, drinks, and, of course, fireworks throughout the day.

7 Simple Vet-Approved Ways to Keep Your Pets Calm During Fireworks

June 29, 2018 | Source: apartmenttherapy.com

Before you fire up the grill on the Fourth of July, make sure your pet is taken care of. You know the drill: The fireworks start, and your pup starts pacing, panting, hiding, barking and panicking. How can you make him feel safe?

Fact-Checking Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom

June 22, 2018 | Source: Slate

In the new Jurassic Park movie Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, the kindly, domesticated velociraptor Blue faces a life-threatening bullet wound and rapid loss of blood. Without any other surviving raptors in sight, paleoveterinarian Zia Rodriguez (Daniella Pineda) saves Blue with a blood transfusion from a Tyrannosaurus rex. This, of course, raises a question: Could you really give a velociraptor a … Continue reading Fact-Checking Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom

High Chair For Dogs

May 31, 2018 | Source: Insider

These high chairs help dogs with a rare disease swallow food.

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