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Welcome to Animal Hospital of Roslyn
Your Veterinarian in Roslyn Heights, NY
Animal Hospital Of Roslyn recently became AAHA Accredited!
The Animal Hospital of Roslyn was established in 1995 and is a full service small animal practice located in Roslyn Heights, New York which specializes in canine and feline care.
We provide high quality, compassionate veterinary care to cats and dogs. Whether your companion is a puppy or kitten, an adult or senior, our dedicated veterinarians and team members will provide you with a wellness care program custom-tailored to your animal's needs. We also offer state-of-the-art referral services including cardiology, oncology, and surgery.
Our goal is to provide exemplary medical services that meet the needs of our clients and patients in a professional, friendly, warm manner. Our staff members strive to treat our patients as if they were our own pets. We aim to maintain the highest level of care while providing a positive experience for our clients and patients, and are truly committed to open and honest communication.
Our office visits include a thirty minute exam where our veterinarians not only provide a thorough physical, but also educate our clients regarding general animal health.
Should an unexpected health issue arise outside of our normal business hours, we are also available for telephone consultations twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week.
We are the animal hospital you can count on to be there when you need us the most.
At Animal Hospital of Roslyn, we treat your pets like the valued family members they are:
Animal Hospital of Roslyn | 516-484-6622
212 Mineola Ave
Roslyn Heights, NY 11577
We love the Animal Hospital of Roslyn! Over the years they have taken wonderful compassionate care of our 5 pet
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