- City Pets provides complete, professional veterinary care for your pets at home. Learn more about what we do.
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City Pets is a veterinary house call service for dogs and cats living, working or visiting in Manhattan. City Pets was started in 1992 from the vision of Dr. Amy Attas who wanted to provide quality veterinary care to dogs and cats in the comfort of their own homes or their owner’s offices.
Dr. Amy Attas along with Dr. Danielle Dalton and their staff of caring veterinary nurses and office administrators are able to provide personalized service and convenience while providing excellent veterinary care. Our team works closely with veterinary specialists in Manhattan to provide expert medical and surgical care no matter what your pet’s problem may be. Since 1992, City Pets has cared for the pets of over 5,000 families, which means over 10,000 dogs and cats.
Our site is set up to give you fast answers to questions you might have about contacting us, making an appointment or what to do in an emergency. Please take a few minutes to read more about us, or better yet, give us a call (212) 581-7387 and allow us to introduce ourselves and answer your questions in person.
For over twenty years, compassion, the highest quality veterinary medicine and client communication have been our hallmarks. We offer exceptional care for all of your pets' needs in the comfort of their own home.
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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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