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The Animal Medical Center in New York, official sponsor of the 2016 Winter Equestrian Festival, hosted nearly 100 attendees, including riders and trainers, for a lecture during WEF’s ‘Lunch & Learn’ series addressing Equine Melanoma: Advanced Therapies, at the Palm Beach International Equestrian Center on Thursday, March 31, 2016. Dr. Nicole Leibman, Chief of Oncology … Continue reading NYC’s Animal Medical Center Hosts Lunch & Learn Seminar: ‘Equine Melanoma: Advanced Therapies’
(New York, NY – February 25, 2016) The Animal Medical Center (AMC) is proud to announce that staff doctor, Leilani Alvarez, DVM, CVA, CCRT, CVCHM recently obtained diplomate status in the American College of Veterinary Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation. Dr. Alvarez is the only board certified veterinary sports medicine and rehabilitation specialist in the metropolitan … Continue reading News from The Animal Medical Center Integrative Medicine Service
NYC’s Animal Medical Center Hosts Lyme Disease Presentation: Humans, Dogs & Horses; Dr. Richard Goldstein – International Infection Diseases Expert
The Animal Medical Center in New York, the official sponsor of the 2016 Winter Equestrian Festival, will host a luncheon presentation addressing the impact of Lyme Disease – in canines, horses and people, at the Winter at the Palm Beach International Equestrian Center on Tuesday, February 10th from 11:30am-1:30pm. Humans, dogs and horses can contract … Continue reading NYC’s Animal Medical Center Hosts Lyme Disease Presentation: Humans, Dogs & Horses; Dr. Richard Goldstein – International Infection Diseases Expert
The Animal Medical Center (AMC) is pleased to announce that the Puccini Foundation has donated $50,000 to support both AMC’s cancer research efforts and its Buddy Fund, which provides free or subsidized care for pets undergoing treatment at the Cancer Institute. The Puccini funds were made available by a grant from Blue Buffalo and the … Continue reading Animal Medical Center Receives $50,000 Donation from the Puccini Foundation
The Animal Medical Center (AMC) hosted its annual Top Dog Gala on Tuesday, December 8th at Cipriani 42nd Street. Ray Kelly, one of the world’s most influential leaders in law enforcement, was the distinguished guest of honor with a special tribute to the NYPD Canine Units. The benefit was co-chaired by Cass Adelman, Nancy Kissinger, Elaine … Continue reading The Animal Medical Center Hosted the 2015 Annual Top Dog Gala
AMC in the News
In an article for Psychology Today, Coren argues that hugging our dogs gives them stress, not warm fuzzies. He did a Flickr and Google Image search of “dogs and hugs” and then analyzed 250 images of people embracing their four-legged friends.
When you picture a pet drinking milk, most will imagine a cat happily lapping up some out of her bowl. So many, might be surprised to hear that cats really shouldn’t ever be poured a bowl of milk. But, when it comes to their four-legged counterparts, is there a similar answer to the question: Can … Continue reading Can Dogs Drink Milk?
Rabies is a virus that infects the brain and ultimately leads to death. Any mammal can spread rabies. It is also preventable in pets by keeping their rabies vaccination current. It is hoped the following media reports will demonstrate current instances and tragedies that will cause every dog (and cat) owner to follow the State rabies … Continue reading Rabies is on the Rise! Here’s How to Protect Your Pets
We’ve often sung the praises of bone broth in our regular diets, but did you know that it has just as much nutritional value for your dog? According to veterinarian Dr. Leilani Alvarez, who works at New York City’s Animal Medical Center, bone broth is chock-full of calcium, glucosamine, and hyaluronic acid, among other things.
Lots of pet owners stress about finding a veterinarian. If you’re one of them, don’t worry! Finding the right is much more than just seeking out a medical professional. You need an expert in veterinary medicine and someone who will meet the needs of you and your pet.