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Best Animal Hospital New York 2011 - West Village Veterinary Hospital

West Village Veterinary Hospital

West Village Veterinary Hospital

75 8th Ave.

New York, NY 10014

212-633-7400

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The walls in the clean, white lobby of the West Village Veterinary Hospital are emblazoned with huge glamour shots of happy cats and dogs, and the place's loving regard for animals doesn't stop there. We lived with an ailing elderly cat for months, and during her frequent visits to the WVVH, the staff called her "Mama" and gave her all the affection—and top-notch care—an animal hospital should give to a sick pet. The vets were patient with our frequent freaked-out phone calls, too. The hospital is open seven days a week and offers all your basic veterinary coverage plus an in-house laboratory, oncology treatment, and laser surgery (and also Dale, the cute tattooed receptionist). Prices are none too cheap but are pretty standard for New York vets. 75 Eighth Avenue, 212-633-7400, westvillagevets.com (10014)

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jamesharvon
jamesharvon

There's nothing better than an animal hospital that knows your pets by name. It is so helpful to know that they are care about your pet that much. My dog Ben means the world to me and I wouldn't be satisfied with anything less than the best treatment available for him.  http://myuniversitypethospital.com

joeywall87
joeywall87

I love it when I find out about a vet that does amazing work for our best friends. I feel more confident about the many vets out there because they will want to level up to this standard of care. Thanks for sharing this veterinary hospital that will most likely visit. http://parkanimalhosp.com

jameslisbon3434
jameslisbon3434

That seems like a good thing that the animal hospital is open seven days a week.   I remember when I was younger our dog had a health problem on the weekend, and it seems like we had to look around for a place that could take her in.   When pets get sick, they probably ought to have care sooner rather than later so that potential problems are avoided. http://grovesveterinaryclinic.com/ 

sfreddson2156
sfreddson2156

This sounds like a great option! I think a key factor in a vet should be patience. I'd rather not have a vet that is going to criticize my questions and concerns, that's for sure. Thank you for sharing your expertise and experience with us! http://www.tlcfirst.com

travissimons17
travissimons17

My mom loves her dog a lot.  She takes him to the veterinary on a month basis.  He is the healthiest dog I have ever met.  The veterinarian does a really good job at making her dog feel really comfortable and not scared. http://www.clovisvethospital.com

lacey.rockwell83
lacey.rockwell83

I have a lot of respect for those that take care of animals. My two dogs are my best friends, and I only want the best for them. I am always looking for new ways to help them, to to make sure that they are healthy and strong. I like what this article said about taking them to the vet for checkups. It really does help. I know I have been able to help prevent things that I wouldn't have been able to if I hadn't been able to help as early on. 


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bobstrong33
bobstrong33

That sounds like a great animal clinic. I like how they treated "Mama" so well. You can usually tell within the first few minutes how much the workers truly love animals. My pets mean the world to me and I couldn't see myself not taking them to the vet when sick.  http://www.glenerinanimalhospital.com/en/

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