- City Pets provides complete, professional veterinary care for your pets at home. Learn more about what we do.
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Your pets are an important part of your family -- and like most family members, they're most comfortable at home amidst familiar faces and surroundings. That's why City Pets Vets is the first choice for so many Manhattan dog and cat owners. Under the leadership of Dr. Amy Attas, our mobile care center provides concierge veterinary services by bringing high-quality medical evaluation, treatment, and advice directly to your pets.
No matter how careful you are to tend to your pet's comfort and emotional security, a visit to a veterinary hospital can prove a stressful experience. For instance:
At-home care eliminates all these issues. Our concierge veterinary services enable you to remain comfortably at home with your pet as we come to your location, equipped with everything we need to provide necessary care. Relaxed, comfortable animals are more likely to display accurate vital signs reflecting their actual state of health, as opposed to variations that may accompany anxiety or fear in an unfamiliar hospital environment. This helps us make more precise diagnoses and administer better care.
City Pets Vets is proud to offer a wide range of primary care services in its mobile veterinary practice. We can provide such varied services and techniques as:
It takes a special team to provide such special care -- and our two veterinarians, Dr. Any Attas and Dr. Danielle Dalton, head just such a team. Dr. Attas created City Pets Vets in 1992 with the vision of bringing the comfort and convenience of the traditional house call to today's Manhattan pets and pet owners. A top graduate of the University of Pennsylvania’s veterinary school and New York’s Animal Medical Center, Dr. Attas and her team have raised City Pets Vets up to the pinnacle of concierge veterinary care in Manhattan and quite possibly nationwide.
Discover our unique combination of quality and convenience for yourself -- and for the sake of your beloved pet. Contact us at (212) 581-7387 to arrange for mobile veterinary services!
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Doctor Amy has cared, with affection, intelligence and skill, for my beloved feline companions for over 35 years! She visited our Leo for his annual check-up last week (yes, he is in wonderful shape); I always enjoy these visits; and she cares for my grown-up daughter's Romi as well. Doctor Amy and her staff are always responsive, dedicated to the health and happiness of our pets; I am very appreciative of all that CityPets does for our family, feline and human.
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