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The Animal Medical Center (AMC) was the toast of the town last weekend at the beautiful home of Elizabeth Monaco and Neil M. McCarthy in Wellington, Florida. Nearly 120 guests enjoyed a lively evening of drinks, hors d’oeuvres and a silent auction with all proceeds benefitting Animal Medical Center’s compassionate Community Funds. These funds, most … Continue reading Celebrating NYC’s Animal Medical Center in Wellington, Florida
The Animal Medical Center (AMC) hosted its annual Top Dog Gala on Tuesday, December 13th at Cipriani-42nd Street, to honor Donna Acquavella with the 2016 Top Dog Award and to celebrate two extraordinary canines. The benefit was co-chaired by Robert Couturier, Nancy Kissinger, Elaine Langone, Elizabeth Monaco McCarthy and Annette de la Renta. Famed designer David … Continue reading Animal Medical Center Hosted its 2016 Top Dog Gala
J.McLaughlin was proud to present their Second Special Shopping Spree to benefit the Animal Medical Center (AMC). The event, a kick-off party to celebrate AMC’s Top Dog Gala, was hosted by Alison Minton and Guy Emile Harley, Top Dog Gala Benefit Committee Members. Despite the wet, windy, wintry weather, guests arrived ready to shop for … Continue reading J.McLaughlin Hosts 2nd Annual Spectacular Shopping Spree to Benefit Animal Medical Center
Animal Medical Center’s (AMC) Cardiology Service, along with an international group of cardiologists across 11 countries, participated in a five-year groundbreaking double-blinded study designed to assess the potential benefit of the drug, pimobendan in asymptomatic dogs with advanced degenerative mitral valve disease (MVD). This disease is the most common cardiac condition affecting small breed dogs … Continue reading Animal Medical Center Participates in Groundbreaking Cardiology Study
Animal Medical Center’s Morning Dose of Medicine: Drs. Allyson Berent and Demetrius Bagley Discuss a Collaborative Approach to Minimally Invasive Management of Urinary Stone Disease in Animals and Humans
The Animal Medical Center (AMC) is proud to present Demetrius H. Bagley, MD, the Nathan Lewis Hatfield Professor of Urology and Professor of Radiology at Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia, PA, and Allyson Berent, DVM, DACVIM (SAIM), Staff Doctor and Head of Interventional Endoscopy at AMC, in a discussion about the translational – and reverse … Continue reading Animal Medical Center’s Morning Dose of Medicine: Drs. Allyson Berent and Demetrius Bagley Discuss a Collaborative Approach to Minimally Invasive Management of Urinary Stone Disease in Animals and Humans
AMC in the News
A red-tailed hawk died earlier this year after eating a rat that had ingested rat poison, according to the New York Daily News. The hawk is believed to have eaten a rat poisoned in a New York City park. Bird advocates have repeatedly condemned the city’s use of rodenticide, which can be toxic for hawks and … Continue reading NYC Hawk Killed By Rat Poison: Report
A red-tailed hawk died after it ate rat poison that was likely left in a city park, according to a necropsy report the Daily News obtained Wednesday. The majestic male was found ill inside Sarah Roosevelt Park in lower Manhattan and brought to the Animal Medical Center in Lenox Hill on Jan. 4.
Dogs may find anything you’re eating just as desirable as a juicy New York strip steak—even if it’s a couple of lettuce leaves or a handful of nuts! But the reality is, our pups can’t take a bite out of everything we eat—and when it comes to nuts, some kinds can actually be toxic. “Nuts … Continue reading Can Dogs Eat Almonds?
You’ve probably heard the phrase: everything is good in moderation. Believe it or not, this concept is especially applicable when it comes to certain ingredients in your pet’s food. Pet food scientists have discovered that while some foods may be fatal for a pet, consuming them in small amounts may have some benefits. For dogs, … Continue reading Why Do Some Pet Foods Contain Garlic?
There are more than a thousand pet food brands on the market, with as many as 5,000 different recipes. From raw diets to holistic, and grain free, how do you know which is better for your pet?