Dogs occasionally develop a red eye. The redness may be in the white of the eye, in the clear part of the eye called the cornea, or within the eyeball. There are many causes of a red eye, but all ...View Article
Welcome to The Long Island Dog and Cat Veterinary Group
Your Veterinarian with locations in Garden City Park, Farmingdale, and Great Neck, NY
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Nassau County's premier provider of compassionate, comprehensive veterinary care for Long Island's dogs and cats is located in Garden City Park, easily accessible from all the major parkways Our modern facility now serves as the central hospital for an expanding network of small animal veterinary hospitals and clinics. Each facility is slightly different, reflecting the needs of the community in which it is located. One thing that they all have in common is a staff dedicated to providing accessible, comprehensive, and compassionate veterinary care to the dogs and cats of Long Island. We are able to lower the barriers to meeting healthcare needs, including wellness care, internal medicine, imaging, surgery, dentistry, and inpatient care by combining resources and centralizing management to streamline our delivery of services to the communities of Nassau, Suffolk, and Queens.
This is our outpatient veterinary facility located on Conklin Street in Farmingdale. Open 6 days a week, this clinic has expanded from a part time, feral cat clinic, to a full time clinic, meeting the needs of dogs and cats in the Farmingdale area 6 days a week.
We now bring our compassionate care and veterinary services to the North Shore of Long Island. Located at 333 Great Neck Road, the hospital features in patient as well as outpatient care, surgery, dentistry, boarding, and a newly created doggie day care center.
We also make house calls for those pets that are difficult to transport, or for clients that prefer to have their pet seen in the comfort of their home environment. Pick up and drop off services are also available for all three of our locations.
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