About The AMC

 

amc-building-smallThe Animal Medical Center in New York City is a nonprofit veterinary medical center that has been a national leader in animal care since 1910. As an academic veterinary facility, we promote the health and well-being of companion animals through advanced treatment, research, education, and community services.

The Animal Medical Center provides routine and emergency medical care for pets, and also offers treatment for animals suffering from complicated diseases. The staff, which includes more than 90 veterinarians, utilizes an interdisciplinary team approach and combines expertise in 17 different specialties. The facility is open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

Generating new knowledge is a vital part of our mission, so diagnostics and treatment are always based on the latest research and technology. As a teaching hospital, we use the knowledge gained here to train future veterinary leaders through intensive postgraduate internship and residency programs.

The Animal Medical Center
510 East 62nd Street
New York, NY 10065
www.amcny.org
www.facebook.com/theanimalmedicalcenter
www.twitter.com/amcny
General information: 212-838-8100
To make an appointment: 212-838-7053
(Veterinarians) To make a referral: 212-329-8890

5 Responses to About The AMC

  1. dennis says:

    I had two dogs yorkies died Sept 26 and sept 27 2013 14 hours apart they the vet says they had diairreta but found out at the Kansas st Vet Hospital says they the sprit did something to the dogs had Cirico virus but don’t know how they did it The SPRIT a bird or ghost that hit the dogs all the time this is not fake stuff I know about ghost stuff seen it too many times not what people think because they never seen it so you know how they did it to the dogs

  2. Thanks for reading the blog and sharing this valuable information with others!

  3. ada nieves says:

    taking notes and posting at the chihuahua group!

  4. Please refer to my post on Home Care Options:
    Acute diarrhea can be treated by withholding food for 24 hours. After this time, offer your pet a bland diet of non-fat cottage cheese and boiled, chopped chicken with white rice. In addition, 1 teaspoon to 1 tablespoon of plain yogurt will provide helpful bacteria to the intestines. If the diarrhea persists for more than 2 days, be sure to see your veterinarian and be sure to take a fecal sample with you. The sample will allow tests for intestinal parasites to be performed.

  5. louise says:

    hi i have got a dog that has had diarria for 4 days now could you please give me advice

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