NY Rabbit Savvy Vets

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  1. Jan 31, 2006 #1

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    The following are the House Rabbit Society links for Rabbit Veterinarians in New York:
    Upstate
    http://www.orie.cornell.edu/~davidr/hrs/vets.html

    and NYC Metro
    http://www.rabbitcare.org/vets.htm

    Thislink isfor an old, but excellent list (courtesy of Petbunny mailing list subscribers). Please post any known updates in this thread.

    http://homepage.mac.com/mattocks/morfz/Vet_NY.html

    With the permission of the Petbunny moderator, we have reposted those Petbunny Listings here:
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    2. Dr. Paloni
      Dr. Juris
      Veterinary Care Unlimited PC
      4-09 Rockaway Boulevard, Ozone Park, New York 11416
      (718) 296-7700
      Recommended by: Iris Farrand
      Comments: Both wonderful vets (the entire staff is unbelievable) and Dr. Juris raised bunnies on a farm where she grew up.
      Submitted: 5/99
      Need directions?
    3. Dr. Ed Gschrey
      South Towne Veterinary Hospital
      4084 West Henrietta Road
      Rochester, NY
      (585) 334-1550
      FAX: (585) 334-4305
      Recommended by: Tom Thatcher and Aida Dennehy
      Comments: From Tom: south of Marketplace, just north of Calkins Rd. We had...Domino spayed there...he was excellent...current on appropriate anesthetics and antibiotics...saved her life when she stopped eating for a week after the surgery...gave her a couple of free post-op visits to make sure the surgical site was healing and she was eating. I can't recommend him highly enough.
      From Aida: Dr. Gschrey keeps up-to-date on bunny info. He and his staff are helpful and courteous. They allow roommates to tag along for moral support and always give thorough explanations of procedures, results, prognosis. Dr. Gschrey is also willing to consult with other vets if it will improve the quality of care his patients receive...
      Submitted: 5/99
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    4. Dr. Kathy Quesenberry
      Animal Medical Center
      Manhattan
      (212) 838-8100
      Recommended by: Linda
      Comments: Only Dr. Quesenberry is recommended.
      Submitted: 9/00
      Need directions?
    5. Dr. Jennifer Saver
      Catnip & Carrots
      2221 Hillside Ave.
      New Hyde Park, NY 11040
      (516) 877-7080
      Recommended by: Susan Stein
      Comments: From Susan: has [a rabbit] of her own as well as a rat, gerbil and cat... a member of HRS. Marti just loves her... will always call you back and is very sympathetic... probably best of all, when she sees Marti, she swoops her up in her arms... kisses her on her cute bunny head and says "Martina, how's my favourite pretty bunny?"
      Submitted: 9/00
      Need directions?
    6. Dr. Wakefield
      Clark Animal Hospital
      1612 Fairport-Nine Mile Line Road
      Penfield, NY 14526
      (716) 377-1160
      Recommended by: Amy
      Comments: She is really great with my bunny...even double checked when I was wondering to use Advantage for my bunny...came back saying that it wasn't good for them...really cares a lot.
      Submitted: 5/99
      Need directions?
    7. Dr. Laura Wade
      Dr. Alexandra Adamcak
      All Creatures Animal Hospital
      6429 Transit Road
      East Amherst, NY, 14051
      (716) 636-3600
      Recommended by: Kristen Strobel
      Comments: ...both board certified in avian medicine, and have done internships at the Animal Medical Center in NYC...They are very progressive and highly knowledgeable.
      Submitted: 8/04
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    And, the followinglist is from the Association of Exotic Mammal Veterinarians: (Please be sure that vets on this listtreat rabbits and not just birds or reptiles).

    Again, please post any additions, commentsor updates in this thread.

    Thanks!

    New York

    Lori Bierbrier, DVM
    Hope Veterinary Services
    390 Atlantic Avenue
    Phone: 718-852-4219
    Fax: 718-852-4249
    Email: lbierbrier@hopevet.com

    Frank Borzio, VMD
    Northside Animal Hospital
    773 Post Avenue
    Staten Island, NY 10310
    Phone: 718-981-4445
    Fax: 718-273-3828
    Website: http://www.nahnyc.com
    Email: nahdr1@aol.com

    Cyndi Brown, DVM
    Red Bank Veterinary Hospital
    197 Hance Avenue
    Tinton Falls , NJ 07724
    Phone: 747-732-3636
    Website: http://www.rbvh.net
    Email: Cyndi.brown@rbvh.net

    Carl Darby, VETMB, DVM
    A & M Veterinary Hospital
    414 Franklin Avenue
    Franklin Square, NY 11010
    Phone: 516-437-7222
    Email: darbyvet@optonline.net

    Chiyo Dio Nagamatsu
    White Plains, NY 10601
    Phone: 914-761-8100
    Website: http://www.creatynet/~rodent/index.htm
    Email: lovedegu@yahoo.co.jp

    Thomas Donnelly, DVM
    The Warren Institute
    712 Kitchawan Road
    Ossining, NY 10562
    Email: tom@tomvet.com

    Danielle Dulin, DVM
    Troy Veterinary Hospital
    840 Hoosick Street
    Tryo, NY 12180
    Phone: 518-279-4668
    Website: http://www.capitalvets.com
    Email: zigdm@yahoo.com

    Shari Gaberman, DVM
    64-44 217 Street
    Bayside, NY 11364
    Phone: 718-428-9645
    Email: sharivet@aol.com

    Cathy Grey, DVM
    Oakdale Animal Hospital
    1191 Montauk Hwy
    Oakdale, NY 11769
    Phone: 631-567-3050
    Email: oakdalecat@earthlink.net

    David Kolins, DVM
    176 Kings Park Road
    Commack, NY 11725
    Phone: 631-543-2477
    Email: exotvet@optonline.net

    Elaine Kosik, DVM
    Animal Kind Veterinary Hospital
    365 7th Avenue
    Brooklyn, NY 11215
    Phone: 718-832-3899
    Email: ekosik@nyc.rr.com

    Kimberly Leys, DVM
    Blue Cross Animal Hospital
    3921 Main Street
    Amherst, NY 14226
    Phone: 716-832-2800
    Email: K9Doctor@Adelphia.net

    Thomas Lopez, DVM
    Wellsville Veterinary Hospital
    2435 Stannards Road
    Wellsville, NY 14895
    Phone: 585-593-5500
    Email:tholopex@eznet.net

    Robert Monaco, DVM
    Old Country Animal Clinic
    669 Old Country Road
    Plainview, NY 11803
    Phone: 516-938-7218
    Website: http://www.OldCountryAnimalClinic.com

    Joi Pacchiano, DVM
    Massapequa Hospital For Animals
    4186 Sunrise Highway
    Massapequa, NY 11758
    Phone: 516-798-8700
    Email:cattrio@optonline.net

    Anthony A. Pilny, DVM
    The Center for Avian and Exotic Medicine
    568 Columbus Avenue
    New York City, NY
    Phone: 212-501-8750
    Website: http://www.avianandexoticvets.com

    Edward M. Reiller, DVM
    3507 Orchard Park Rd.
    Orchard Park, NY 14127
    Phone: (716) 662-6660

    Helen Roberts, DVM
    5 Corners Animal Hospital
    2799 Southwestern Blvd., Suite 100
    Orchard Park, NY 14127
    Phone: 716-677-4477
    Email:nybearvet@aol.com

    Elisabeth Simone-Freilicher, DVM
    Veterinary Medical Center
    75 Sunrise Highway
    West Islip NY 11795
    Phone: 631-587-0800
    Email:FreilicherDVM@aol.com

    Lauren M. Stein, VMD
    Ansonia Veterinary Center
    207 West 75th Street
    NY, NY 10024
    Phone: 212-496-2100
    Email: info@ansoniaveterinarycenter.com
     
  2. Feb 7, 2006 #2

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    Also:

    Dr. Kwasnik
    A Animal Clinic
    6512 Fresh Pond Road
    Ridgewood, NY 11385

    (QUEENS)
     
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    I highly recommend Dr Jennifer Saver of Catnip and Carrots in New Hyde Park, NY. (See list above)

    Dr Saver also recommends:

    West Hills Animal Hospital
    Dr Hoeffer/Whelrose (they specialize in exotics and have experience with rabbits)

    800 W Jericho Tpke, Huntington, NY 11743
    Phone: (631) 351-6116







     
  4. Jul 6, 2006 #4

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    Courtesy of ilovetegocalderon:

     
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    Westchester County, NY

    Dr. Gil Stanzione

    Dakota Veternary Center 381 Dobbs Ferry Road, White Plains, NY 10607

    (914) 421 - 0020
     
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    Took me forever to find anyone out there in the middle of nowhere, but i finally did!

    Saint Lawrence/Jefferson Counties

    Dr. Lara McMahon at North Country Animal Health Center

    16760 NY Rt. 3

    Watertown, Ny 13601

    www.northcountryanimals.com


     
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    These Vets are recommended by the Long Island Rabbit Rescue Group:

    http://www.longislandrabbitrescue.org/index.htm



    LONG ISLAND

    Jennifer Saver, DVM
    Laura George, DVM

    Catnip & Carrots Veterinary Hospital
    2221 Hillside Avenue
    New Hyde Park
    (516) 877-7080
    Open Saturdays and Sundays!
    Client comments

    Heidi Hoefer, DVM
    Island Exotic Veterinary Care
    591 East Jericho Turnpike
    Huntington, NY
    (631) 424-0300



    MANHATTAN

    Becky Campbell, DVM
    Carol Martin, MB, MRCVS

    Symphony Veterinary Center
    698 Amsterdam Avenue
    (between 93rd & 94th Streets)
    (212) 866-8000



    BROOKLYN

    Lori Bierbrier, DVM
    Hope Veterinary Clinic
    390 Atlantic Avenue
    Boerum Hill
    (718) 852-4219

    Sara B. Neuman, DVM
    Vinegar Hill Veterinary Group
    57 Front Street
    Brooklyn
    (718) 797-6875
     
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    TrixieRabbit wrote:
    The only thing that might concern me with West Hills is if I would be going for spaying or neutering.

    Quote: "The Doctor does not do that often."

    In my opinion it should be a well know routine. Just my thoughts.

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    Catnip & Carrots Veterinary


    2221 Hillside Ave
    New Hyde Park, NY 11040-2714
    Phone: (516) 877-7080
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    Ratings & Reviews Summary for Catnip & Carrots Veterinary

    What Users are Saying:
    • Loving treatment
    • Respectful
    • Convenient hours
    • Clean office
    (All the reviews had 5 stars by the way)


    Very special, kind, and loving veterinarians
    08/08/2008 Posted by electromitch

    Catnip & carrots is a unique Veterinary. I have never before seen a vet cuddle, speak to, and soothe the "patient" like Dr. Saver and Dr. George. This is a Veterinary practice that truly cares, provides top notch medical treatment, and clear, straightforward instructions on how to care for your pet. They saved my rabbit Bambi's life, and are now treating our kitten "Sam". Our very first meeting was when we brought Bambi in from the aftermath of a neutering by another Vet. Bambi was close to death, but Dr. Saver healed him and brought him back strong and fit. A few other times either Dr. Saver or Dr. George has nursed Bambi from serious illness. They even taught me how to perform some care for my bunny at home, including giving subcutaneous fluids (which I never thought I could do). I don't think they sleep or take time off. someone seems to be available at all hours. And though not as important (to me) as the care, the fees are very, very reasonable. Men care about their pets as much as women do, but usually don't show it. I'm here to tell you that even guys can be moved by the concern and loving treatment provided by this practice. I will never go anywhere else. If you have a cat or a bunny seek them out.

    Pros: Caring professionals, excellent medical treatment

    Cons: none!


    Absolutely the best vet I've ever worked with.
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    04/01/2008 Posted by Pihos

    Two years ago my 6-year old bunny began having seizures and I called Dr. Saver in the middle of the night, and at this point I wasn't even a client. I had gotten her name from the House Rabbit Society and in a panic, I called. She was very patient with this crying, scared mom. She told me to bring in my bun the next day, (which was a Sunday) and examined her with so much care and gentleness that I had never seen with my prior vets. Over the next few months, we ruled out certain diseases and conditions and my bun was diagnosed with epilepsy and has been doing very well under Dr. Saver's care. This past weekend, my bun stopped eating and was extremely lethargic. I immediately called Dr. Saver and brought her in. It took my bun two days of hospitalization at C&C to pull out of it and it wouldn't have worked had it not been for Dr. Saver and her staff. All the staff members are kind and considerate (even when I broke down crying) and I thank the Dr. every time I see her because I truly believe her care (and the staff's care) have given me so many days with my little girl. Dr. Saver, as long as she's in the trade, will always be my bunnies' vet. I live in Staten Island and I will gladly brave the BQE, LIE, the Belt or the Cross Island for her care.

    Pros: Great Care, Knowledgable & Dedicated Staff, Reasonable Prices, Convenient Hours

    Cons: None worth mentioning


    Wonderful Bunny Specialist
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    03/10/2008 Posted by mhc1983

    We first brought our bun to Dr. Saver last spring. Right off the bat she spoke with us about proper care, and as another reviewer has already said, even had props for demonstration. She was patient with our questions and provided us with a wealth of knowledge which we still use to this day (no litter, only towels! :-D ). We brought our bun back that summer to be neutered. They let us drop him off the night before and I picked him up after work the next day. Dr. George spoke with us this time, discussing the after care and assuring us that our poor little bun would be back to normal in no time. A few days later, after the initial shock wore off, our bun was good as new! (minus the obvious parts) He had no complications and is still lively as ever. On both visits they provided us with any medications he had needed at the time. Their prices are very reasonable and the staff is extremely friendly. They've even got a whole bunch of books on cats and rabbits in the waiting room. Dr. Saver and Dr. George will definitely be the ones to help us help our bun live a long and happy life. We've got other small animal specialists local to us, but will continue to make the trip out to New Hyde Park solely because of the experience we've had going to Catnip and Carrots.

    Pros: Knowledge, Friendly, Patient

    Cons: None




    Best Veterinary Staff Ever!
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    01/23/2008 Posted by crazyblimo

    Dr. Saver and Dr. George and the whole staff are the greatest - very compassionate and caring. They take more time examining my cats and explaining things to me than my own medical doctor! You really have to try this Veterinary Staff to believe me....they are wonderful!

    Pros: Caring Staff, Clean Office, Convenient Hours

    Cons: None !




    EXCELLENT!
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    11/05/2007 Posted by nechama22

    This was one of the best veterinary experiences I have ever had. My family and I got a new bunny about a month ago (a dwarf Holland Lop), and I wanted to take her in for a checkup, just to make sure she was okay. I was looking for a vet who specialized in rabbits and Dr. Saver was highly recommended by my sister who uses her on a regular basis. Dr. Saver is absolutely incredible. She spent about a half-hour explaining the proper care for the bunny, even going so far as showing me examples of what she was talking about. She told me to take a small cat litter box and fill it with hay and she had one ready to show me when I walked in (which meant she prepared it prior to my coming into the examining room). She showed me what kind of food bowls to use and told me to put a towel in the bottom of the rabbit cage instead of bedding. She told me the rabbits tear up the towels and then had her assistant bring one in so I could see it. She even came out to my car, where I had the rabbit cage, and looked at it. She answered my questions without being condescending and really listened to me. She also was very quick to comment on the things I was doing RIGHT with the bunny instead of the things I was doing WRONG. Dr. Saver told me she would try to find a vet who specialized in rabbits closer to my home (North Jersey), but if she isn't able to find one I won't care because it is worth the drive to come to her office. Overall, this was an extremely positive experience. Dr. Saver is compassionate and warm and will give your animals the best care. She is incredible. The staff was also very kind and helpful. The facility was very clean and the bathroom was great! It had Bath and Body Works soap!

    Pros: Vet is extremely knowledgable, clean facility, friendly staff, Sunday hours

    Cons: none




    SUPERIOR ANIMAL CARE FOR RABBITS AND CATS
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    09/19/2007 Posted by debrah408

    Dr.. Saver and Dr. George are exceptional people in the world of veterinary medicine. In a time when many are mercenary, they are loving, compassionate and competent. I have had experinces with other veterinarians and the staff and vets at Catnip and Carrots offer superior care and credibility. The office is immaculate and welcoming to both pets and their owners. Highest kudos and recommendation to this team.

    Pros: Extended and weekend hours, caring staff

    Cons: none




    Catnip and Carrots
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    11/18/2006 Posted by sfedrow

    Dr. Saver and her staff are just wonderful. She is extremely competent and just so loving. Our cat gets the absolute best care.

    Pros: Such a caring and competent staff.


     
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    I use Dr. Hoeffer at Island Exotic Vet Care and have had nothing but a positive experience. I had Pip neutered there and they were great with him. I had total faith in them, and they were great with showing me everything i needed to know.:)I'm not sure but I don't know if she's still affiliated with West Hills... but I might be wrong.
     
  11. May 25, 2009 #11

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    Battenkill Small ANimal Hospital in Greenwich NY, by the Washington County Fairgrounds.

    Gretchen is the one that I use there, I don't like or trust any of the others. Gretchen has been there and the one day she got boggged down, I had a rabbit with an ear infection and my friend had one with a broken leg, she took them into the back and said she'd check on them during her lunch break. By afternoon, we were able to go pick them up, their antibiotics(Rabbit leg was wrapped up) and were able to take them home to finish their recouperation.
     
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    One of the best facilities in the country is the Cornell University Vet School exotic animal / companion animal clinic in Ithaca, NY:

    Cornell University
    Hospital for Animals
    Box 20
    College of Veterinary Medicine
    Cornell University
    Ithaca, NY 14853-6401

    Companion Animals (including exotics): 607 253-3060 - emergency is option 1, appointments is option 2

    They're open 24/7 for emergencies - enter off Route 366, follow the signs.

     
  13. Dec 11, 2009 #13

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    We go to the Orchard Park Veterinary Medical Center. The vets we use there are Dr. Stacie Minnier-Thomas and Dr. Ed Reiller. They are the rabbit experts at the center I think. We have also seen Dr. Tricia Bradac and she was good too. They are open 24/7 for emergencies and always have a vet there I believe.

    Phone: 716.662.6660

    Fax: 1.800.284.0306

    Directions/Location:

    3930North BuffaloRoad
    Orchard Park, NY 14127


    contact@opvmc.net

    Please note that they have moved not too long ago from their previous location, and I do not know if the HRS has updated Dr. Reiller's location.

     
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    Fine Animal Hospital
    Dr Laurie Hess
    Bedford Hills NY
    Telephone: 914-666-8061 914-241-1161
    Fax: 914-666-5728
    Address: 701 Bedford Rd, Bedford Hills, NY 10507
     
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    Dr. William Randall was at Suburban Animal Hospital in Henrietta, NY (Rochester area) - new (?) address 585-424-2900, 2800 West Henrietta Road, NY 14623 is an awesome rabbit veterinarian - did neuters for a friend of mine and helped some of my sick rabbits and he raised Holland Lops himself. He has also traveled between clinics in the area according to a friend of mine. When my friend's bunny's heart stopped on the table while he was getting neutered, Dr. Randall brought him back twice... and the bunny lived to the ripe old age of 10.

    I also have used Macedon Veterinary Care as they were closer to my house at the time - Dr Linda Schneider and her partner (whose name alludes me at the moment) - I had a bunny with an abscess that needed to be surgically removed and they were very careful with the anesthesia and care for Baby Belle. 1900 Route 31, Macedon, NY 14502, 315-986-4246.

    Denise
     
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    I just recently started to see a vet that is not on the listing for New York:

    Paul Johnson, DVM
    488 East Main Street
    Middletown, NY 10940
    (845) 343 - 9888

    He is wonderful!!! Has been working with rabbits for over 30 years, and does house calls (Thursdays and Saturdays). Answered every question I had about rabbits with a full understanding, and they have a lot of rabbit patients in their office.

    He did Fred's necropsy, and he was quite wonderful and caring and understanding. He was very gentle but direct in how he approached me with the results. I am looking forward to meeting him on Friday to pick up a Mini Lop who he has been seeing for 3 years to clip his teeth. And Saturday he is coming out to meet my other buns, cat and dog. So I will have to return to this thread to post my review of those visits as well.

    When we move I am going to be so upset that I have to start this search all over again!
     
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    Dr. Johnson just left and I HAD to post about how absolutely WONDERFUL he is!!

    He did a home visit, saw my rabbits, dog, and cat.

    I have no negative things to say about him. He was very knowledgeable about rabbits, trimmed their nails, listened to everything he hould have listened to, checked their weight, teeth, ears, and bums. He was gentle and sweet to all my babies, and even with Reeses, she was very calm around him.

    I am totally impressed with him, loved him, and would recommend anyone with a bun in Orange County, Middletown, NY to check him out, and to go to his office.

    :bunnydance::bunnydance::bunnydance::bunnydance:
     
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    DeniseJP wrote:
    Suburban Animal Hospital is a fantastic place and I highly, highly recommend them. All of the staff goes above & beyond. I currently take my rabbit to Dr. Heidi Licata who is the exotics/small animal specialist. I also brought my hamster to Dr. Sarah Ziemba and she was wonderful.

    http://www.suburbanvet.com - 2495 East Henrietta Rd, Rochester, NY 14623 - (585) 334-4230
     
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    If you don't mind me asking, how much more is a house call than an office visit?

    My rabbit really, really hates the vet. She hates being picked up (luckily for me, she cuddles, comes, and gets in her cage on command), so it's always a terrible experience.

    I'm considering giving this guy a call if something ever comes up.
     
  20. Aug 13, 2010 #20

    philososaurus

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    Are there any 24 hour vet clinics out there?

    You know... god forbid... but just in case.
     

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