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Our Clinic

Services for Dogs and Cats

COVID-19 Message


As the Covid-19 situation evolves we at the Humane Society of New York must take important steps to ensure the health of our patients, our staff and the community. We are notifying you that we are significantly restricting access to the hospital as part of our commitment to deliver medical care.

  • Our hospital remains open for urgent cases and wellness appointments.
  • For safety measures, no one other than staff is allowed to enter our building, and clients must wear face masks. We are taking pets at the front door and speaking to their owners on their phones during the exams.
  • We have introduced telemedicine as another choice of service.

This protocol will continue for the foreseeable future. We apologize for any inconvenience this disaster policy may cause, and we hope you understand we did not make these decisions lightly or without considerable thought. These are difficult but necessary steps intended to keep everyone safe as we manage the Covid-19 crisis. We apologize for any inconvenience this new policy may cause, and we hope you understand we did not make these decisions lightly or without considerable thought. These are difficult but necessary steps intended to keep everyone safe as we manage the Covid-19 crisis.

Hours & Location

Open 7 days, 8:30 AM - 4:00 PM, by appointment only

New Year's Day, Easter, Labor Day, 4th of July, Memorial Day, Thanksgiving, Christmas Day

Due to COVID-19, adoptions are currently by appointment only

306 E. 59th St (between 1st and 2nd Avenues), NYC 10022

Plaque with painting of cat on the front of the HSNY

Appointments & Inquiries

Our clinic is open 7 days a week by appointment only. Payment for the exam fee or surgery is required at the time you schedule your appointment. This is a non-refundable, non-transferable payment.

  • Call 212-752-4840 between 9 AM to 5 PM. If you leave a voicemail please allow 24-48 hours for a return call.
  • For all non-emergency appointments email the following information to us at [email protected]:
    1. Your first & last name
    2. Your email address
    3. Your daytime or mobile phone number
    4. Your pet's information
    5. The type of appointment you'd like to schedule (ex: office visit, neuter appointment, etc).
    • Please note: Emails are answered Monday - Friday. Submission of an e-mail does not reserve an appointment. You must speak directly with an HSNY representative who will contact you to finalize your appointment.

Clinic Services

Our full-service veterinary hospital enables dog and cat pet owners with limited means to receive quality treatment for their pets at affordable rates. Services range from basic wellness care and spay/neuter to advanced diagnostic and surgical procedures.

Clinic Care

The Humane Society of New York offers a full range of wellness and diagnostic care including:

  • Wellness Exams
  • Inoculations
  • Blood Tests
  • X-rays
  • Ultrasound
  • Geriatric Care
  • Complete Medical and Surgical Management
  • Echocardiogram
  • Spay/Neuter
  • Endoscopy
A veterinarian looks at ultrasound results on a computerHSNY Director of Digital Medicine reviews abdominal and cardiac ultrasounds which are offered when needed
A kitten receives a basic wellness examA kitten receives a basic wellness exam from HSNY Medical Director

Endoscopy

A scan showing thowing the bones and organs of a pet

Endoscopy allows a visual examination of internal organs such as the stomach, lungs, and intestines, without invasive exploratory surgery.

Endoscopy is the preferred technique for removing foreign bodies that have been ingested, as shown in the X-ray to the left. We are proud to offer this advanced diagnostic and surgical technique.

Surgery

When our doctors determine that surgery is required, the Humane Society of New York offers comprehensive soft tissue and basic orthopedic procedures, as well as low-cost spay and neuter services.

veterinary exams x-rays on a computer screenHSNY doctor reviews digital X-rays
veterinarian preforms surgery on an animal under a sheetHSNY Medical Director performs surgery

Dentistry

We recommend that your pet have regular dental checkups at least once a year. Many critical health issues such as cardiac, renal, and liver disease, can be avoided with proper pet dental care.

If you would like to make a dental appointment for your pet, an initial exam is required which can be scheduled by calling or emailing us. Depending on the age of the pet, the Society's doctor will determine if a pre-dentistry blood test or other procedure may be necessary.

A veterinary technician performs a dental cleaning on a sedated petOur Licensed Veterinary Dental Technician performs a routine cleaning
Sours: http://humanesocietyny.org/about/clinic.php

Has the subject of a four-legged friend come up at your family meetings? Like, every day? Well you are in luck: there are hundreds of wonderful adoptable dogs, cats, rabbits and other critters just waiting to be part of your furever home in and around NYC.

From puppies and kittens to mature doggos and cattos, you can find almost any age, breed and temprement at the best local pet adoption organizations. Each of those we list are no-kill rescues - some with shelters, others which rely on foster families and adoption events - including Animal Care Centers of NYC, the ASPCA, City Critters, Badass Brooklyn Animal Rescue and more. Some, like the Humane Society, also operate pet clinics that will help keep your fuzzballs healthy and happy.

Start the adoption process online, browsing photos and descriptions of pets in need. If you'd rather go by first impressions, many rescues have regular events or daily visiting hours at which the whole family can meet, and argue over, prospective pets. And while your kids may be crying out for a puppy or kitten, don't forget to consider older pets, too. Seniors make a great addition to the family and are typically far less work for the parents than their pint-sized counterparts. Whatever choice you make, your new furry friend will be eternally grateful.

If you're in need of a little inspiration, check out our favorite animal movies and pet movies and have a look at our suggestions for the best dogs for kids.

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Pet adoption NYC

1. Animal Care Centers of NYC

The comprehensive adoption package at Animal Care Centers of NYC includes spaying or neutering, vaccinations, a certificate for a free exam, an embedded pre-registered microchip in case your pet ever gets lost and a collar. Dogs also get a leash, dog license and heartworm test, while cat adoptions also include FELV/FIV testing and a cardboard cat carrier. (If you're not into the canine or feline worlds, there are also bunnies waiting for new homes!) Interested in adopting? You start the process on the ACC of NYC website.

Address: Mobile adoption units and adoption events are listed online. 
Phone: 212-788-4000
Website: nyacc.org

 

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2. ASPCA Adoption Center

There's a reason why the ASPCA is synonymous with pet adoption: This nonprofit has been taking care of our four-legged friends for years. Look at their online directory for a furry pal in need of a good home. You'll be able to select the dog of your dreams or the charming feline who's stolen your heart.

Address: 424 E 92nd St
Phone: 212-876-7700 ext. 4120 
Website: Aspca.org

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3. City Critters

City Critters will help you find your best friend, primarily kittens and cats...plus the occasional pup. You can look at the pets from City Critters on PetFinder. Bear in mind that the application and interview process is thorough, as the organization's main concern is pairing an animal with its best match. Not quite ready to commit? Try fostering with City Critters before adopting! 


Website: Citycritters.org (or find their pets via Petfinder)

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4. Bideawee

Bideawee has been operating for almost 120 years: It's a great place to go if you're thinking about expanding the fam to little ones with four legs and a tail. Browse the online directory, where you can take a look at cats and dogs of various breeds and ages who are up for adoption at the center's Manhattan and Wantagh locations. Once you've got a pet in mind, work on fulfilling the adoption requirements and you'll be one step closer to a new addition. 

Addresses
Manhattan Adoption Center: 410 East 38th St
Wantagh Adoption Center: 3300 Beltagh Ave, Wantagh
Phone: 844-568-3738
Website: Bideawee.org

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5. Animal Haven

Look into the adorable face of a pet that needs you…how can you say no? Animal Haven gives the best care possible to dogs and cats in need, but they need your help to find the perfect loving home! The organization also only accepts animals with zero history of aggression, so you’re more likely to get an animal with a friendly demeanor. 

Address: 200 Centre St 
Phone: 212-274-8511
Website: Animalhavenshelter.org

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6. Brooklyn Animal Resource Coalition

This Williamsburg no-kill not-for-profit is perfect for Brooklyn families looking to adopt. The detailed web descriptions of each animal help you decide if a specific pet is right for you and the kids before leaving the house—they do it right at Brooklyn Animal Resource Coalition. That's, ahem, BARC for short.

Address: 86 N 1st St
Phone: 718-486-7489
Website: Barcshelter.org

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7. Badass Brooklyn Animal Rescue

With “Saving badass dogs from idiot humans” as a motto, we know this savvy shelter has the right attitude. Badass Brooklyn Animal Rescue saves dogs from high-kill, high-volume pounds from out of state to give them a second chance at life…now it’s your turn to make a difference. See some of their dogs online here. 

Address: Network of foster homes in NY, CT and MA
Phone: Contact via e-mail at [email protected]
Website: Badassbrooklynanimalrescue.com

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8. Social Tees Animal Rescue

Almost all of the adoptable pets under Social Tees Animal Rescue’s care are not onsite at a shelter, but rather snuggling in foster homes around the city. It’s a much kinder situation for the pet and it gives the organization a better idea of the animal’s temperament. The rescue also has a soft spot for injured, ill and special needs animals and tries to place them in loving homes through its “Underdogs and Undercats” and “Grandpaws” programs. 

Address: 325 East 5th St
Phone: 212-614-9653
Website: Socialteesnyc.org

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9. The Humane Society of New York

The Humane Society of New York has been providing ill, injured and abused New York City animals with a home for over 100 years. The center is more than just a shelter: It also provides medical care to pets at an affordable price and a loving atmosphere.

Address: 306 E. 59th St
Phone: 212-752-4842 
Website: Humanesocietyny.org

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10. Petfinder

Petfinder is the leading online resource for pet adoption in the United States. It works something like a matchmaking service: You can find exactly the right pet for your home. Petfinder is a national organization, which means you might find yourself rescuing a furry creature from out-of-state—lucky dog! (And cat!)

Addresses: Adoption process begins online
Phone: Contact Petfinder online 
Website: Petfinder.com

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11. Little Shelter Animal Rescue & Adoption Center

Little Shelter Animal Rescue & Adoption Center is right outside NYC in Huntington, NY, and is part of the Mayor’s Alliance for NYC Animals. All dogs are spayed/neutered before adoption.

Address: 33 Warner Rd Huntington, NY 11743 
Phone: 631-368-8770 
Website: Littleshelter.com

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A Tribute

Here we are, over a year into this painful and terrible time, but we are slowly coming through it. The Society has gone to great lengths and taken every precaution to keep our staff and everyone safe. We have been steadily busy, as our doors have remained open every day. No matter what is going on around them, the animals still need medical care and comfort.

People from all walks of life have suddenly found themselves with no income. For the first time they have had to ask for help for their pets, which we try very hard to provide to all who turn to us.

A litter box taped closed and tied in a trash bag trapping a sick cat inside

This is the box she was found in

As we pause and reflect on the hundreds of animals that we treated this year, we choose to share two stories of a dog and a cat. We want to think of the kindhearted man who was walking his dog in the rain and heard mewing sounds coming from a pile of garbage. His dog was barking and laser-focused on a certain spot. The man knew there was a live animal in there. He called his friend who was a cat rescuer, and she came over right away.

The woman started digging through the debris and followed the sounds to one large black trash bag. Inside the bag was a litter box with a lid. The opening where a cat could go in or out had been sealed with a piece of cardboard. Duct tape was wrapped round and round the plastic box from top to bottom, making sure that it would not open.

The woman tore off the cardboard to find a black-and-white cat sitting in an inch of water. The woman was amazed at how friendly she was. This sweet old cat, someone’s pet, was simply put outside for sanitation to take her away.

Instead of taking her to a vet or surrendering her to a shelter, the person chose to put her in the garbage.

The cat was in terrible condition. Her fur was mostly hard clumps of matted hair, soaked in urine. The woman took her right away to another animal hospital. They did some testing, put the cat on pain medication and ultimately recommended that she bring the cat to us. We did a medical workup, and an abdominal ultrasound revealed an inoperable situation. It is heartbreaking to say that we were presented with a terminally ill animal.

We didn’t even know the poor cat’s name.

We wish we could say that she had a happy ending. It was upsetting for all of us to deal with. To honor her memory, we chose to tell her story. She deserved a gentler and softer world. We were consoled that we were at least able to provide her some care and affection in her last days.

As the Covid-19 situation evolves we at the Humane Society of New York must take important steps to ensure the health of our patients, our staff and the community. We are notifying you that we are significantly restricting access to the hospital as part of our commitment to deliver medical care.

a veterinarian carries a large dog with cone out the door
  • Our hospital remains open for urgent cases and wellness appointments.
  • For safety measures, no one other than staff is allowed to enter our building, and clients must wear face masks. We are taking pets at the front door and speaking to their owners on their phones during the exams.
  • We have introduced telemedicine as another choice of service.
  • Our Adoption Department is closed to the public. Adoptions are by appointment only. We invite you to complete an application online.
a veterinarian consults via telemedicine

This protocol will continue for the foreseeable future. We apologize for any inconvenience this disaster policy may cause, and we hope you understand we did not make these decisions lightly or without considerable thought. These are difficult but necessary steps intended to keep everyone safe as we manage the Covid-19 crisis.

a veterinarian examines a small dog during a clinic visit
Sours: http://www.humanesocietyny.org/
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Giving Up a Pet

Sometimes pet owners need some extra help to overcome challenges that threaten their ability to keep their pets in their homes. In New York City, there are organizations that can help you explore potential solutions before you permanently surrender your pet, or take him/her into their care should surrender be the best option.

Pet Retention Programs

Animal Care Centers of NYC (ACC)

If you think you need to surrender your pet, contact the Owner Surrender Service at Animal Care Centers of NYC (ACC). While ACC never turns away a pet in need, they first try to work with pet owners to find solutions to help them keep their pets in their homes.

PAWS NY

PAWS NY services are designed to help clients overcome the physical and financial limitations they face caring for their animal companions.  If you are a senior or someone with an illness or disability, and you are struggling with the day-to-day care of your pet, PAWS NY might be able to assist.  PAWS NY's focus is on physical assistance; they are unable to provide financial assistance. They evaluate each client on a case-by-case basis and offer services accordingly.

If You Must Give Up Your Pet…

If your circumstances are such that you absolutely cannot keep your pet or find him/her a new home, ACC will accept the pet. ACC charges a relinquishment fee of $10 per animal with an appointment, or $35 without an appointment. If you cannot afford to pay the fee, be sure to tell the ACC representative up front.

If you do not need to relinquish your pet immediately, reach out to other local animal shelters or rescue groups. Rememeber that many organizations have waiting lists to accept new animals into their adoption programs.

To request an appointment with a shelter or rescue group for an assessment of your pet, send a concise email with a good photo of your pet, and a video, if available, which shows your pet. Provide a brief description of your pet that includes his/her name, age, weight, and whether your pet has been spayed or neutered and is up to date on vaccinations. Be sure to include your email address and phone number. Do not go into a long explanation of why you need to relinquish your pet.

Suggested organizations you might try first:

Sours: http://www.animalalliancenyc.org/needhelp/surrender.htm

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NYC Boroughbreds

Pet Boutique

Mobile Event!

This Saturday at noon head to M & M Pet Boutique in Queens for an ACC Mobile Adoption Event with and adopt your new best buddy! For more info, directions, and a list of all upcoming events visit nycacc.org/adoptionevents

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Event Wrap-Up!

Saturday was a gorgeous day to be back at Petco Sheepshead Bay in Brooklyn with boroughbreds looking for new homes. We pulled up to our destination and were so happy to see a crowd of smiling adopters - and we are ecstatic to announce that 22 animals found their new forever homes by the end of the event!

Our one of a kind boroughbreds

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Bunnies

Bunnies

Want someone to hop along to the hits? Or encourage better snacking habits? Any boroughbred rabbit would jump at the chance to come home with a buddy like you.

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Cats

Cats

Need some help exploring new parts of your apartment or just help keeping all the invisible ghosts away? Our boroughbred cats are always there to help, and there to nap.

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Dogs

Dogs

Looking for a friend who's always excited to see you? Or maybe just someone to toss the old ball around. A boroughbred pup will always be at your side, except when the food is on the other side of the room.

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Volunteer

Volunteer

Volunteers play a vital role in our organization, caring for animals, taking photos, writing bios and more. Explore the different opportunities available as an ACC volunteer.

Foster

Foster

Foster parents provide a clean, safe, loving environment for homeless pets and help them prepare to find a new forever home. Find out about the various programs we offer.

Donate

Donate

Your donation to ACC goes straight to work helping tens of thousands of animals – both in our care center as well as in the community. Find out more about how you can become one of New York’s Kindest.

Sours: https://www.nycacc.org/
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