veterinary telemedicine in Nassau county
veterinary telemedicine in Nassau county

                       Dr. Gary Dattner conducting a virtual veterinary visit while his patient, Melville, looks on.

The 301 V.E.T.S. Group in New Hyde Park, Mineola, and Garden City Park have announced the launch of telemedicine services at their

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Shop at Stops Owned By Moms And Pops

Posted by Mary Pepper on  May 8, 2020

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It’ll be a big help in restarting your local community.

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A licensed veterinary nurse and advocate for veterinary patient health shares his thoughts on the value of supporting small business over big box stores.

  If it’s one thing that all of us have learned during the past two months of sheltering in place, it’s how to shop online.  Now, In the

301 Vets discuss what the recent news of Covid-19 infection of lions and tigers at the Bronx Zoo means for your cat or dog.

 

Bronx Zoo Tiger Tests Positive For Covid-19, Other Big Cats Also Likely Infected

    The U.S. Department of Agriculture released a statement on April 5th confirming that a tiger at the Bronx Zoo tested positive for Covid-19

A dog was burned with cigarettes and starved, now the Nassau County SPCA aggressively pursues prosecution.

 

Found Roaming in Valley Stream, NY

  Fox News 8 reported that an emaciated dog with cigarette burn wounds on his head was found roaming the streets of Valley Stream, NY.  It is believed that a passing commuter dumped the dog and then drove

Pet Owner’s Guide To The Coronavirus, COVID-19

Posted by Mary Pepper on  March 11, 2020

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COVID-19 Human-to-animal transmission of the new coronavirus.  What we know.

  A number of clients have asked us if their pets can contract the COVID-19 coronavirus.  Here is a list of the questions we are most frequently asked and what we know.  We’ve also included a number of links to local and regional government organizations that can provide you with regularly updated information.  

Is it True That Pets Can Contract COVID-19?

  On February 22nd, a