- Internal Medicine
- Comprehensive Physicals Exams
- Vaccine titers
- Soft Tissue and Orthopedic Surgery
- Medical Boarding
- Stem Cell Therapy
We offer a variety of services to care for your pet. If you have any questions please contact us today.
Keeping pets healthy is what we do! There is no doubt that practicing preventive medicine not only will extend the life of your pet, but the quality of life, well into old age!
And not only is it better for your dog or cat, but it's healthier for your wallet as well, as dealing with preventable illness is certainly more expensive than avoiding it. Talk to us about how to do that!
Dogs and cats are stoic. They generally don't show symptoms until a disease process is quite a bit along. But with early detection of disease, we can make small, inexpensive changes in their lives that can slow down or even stop the progression of many different illnesses. The key here is early detection, and that's accomplished with physical examination and blood tests when pets hit middle age.
Every living being can develop illness. That's a given. But when illness strikes, you need the right doctors to help you through it. Besides offering modern, high tech, high quality medicine and surgery, we also offer Acupuncture, Chinese Herbal Medicine and Nutritional Therapy to cover all the bases. Treatment can be complex, and having more tools in your toolbox leads to better outcomes.
No doctor or veterinarian can know everything. We believe the key to being great veterinarians is knowing our limitations. We have our Consulting Surgeon, Christopher Dillon, DVM, DACVS and for advanced imaging diagnostics, Jean-Paul Petrie, DVM, DACVIM and Patrick Hopper, DVM, DACVIM come into our practice with their own specialized equipment. For radiology consultation, Victor Rendano, VMD, MS, DACVR, DACVR(RO) gives us his opinions.
Founder: Riverside Animal Hospital, Riverside Veterinary Group, Riverside Animal Clinic, The Puppy Project, The Veterinary Council for Breed Stewardship
Owner/Director: Yorktown Animal Hospital & Peekskill Cortandt Veterinary Hospital
Associate Veterinarian: Yorktown Animal Hospital & Peekskill Cortlandt Veterinary Hospital
Founder: Riverside Veterinary Group, Yorktown Animal Hospital
Medical Director: Riverside Animal Hospital, Riverside Veterinary Group, Yorktown Animal Hospital
Owner: Yorktown Animal Hospital & Peekskill Cortlandt Veterinary Hospital
Previous Owner: Peekskill Animal Hospital
Current Associate Veterinarian: Peekskill Cortlandt Veterinary Hospital
Yes, We Can Offer all the Services Needed... but It's Really All About Trust.
Our goal is to provide the best customer service and to answer all of your questions in a timely manner.
For right now, we can only offer the option of calling us to make an appointment. In the very near future, we’ll be offering the option of making appointments directly from this website.
Just as with every veterinary practice across the country, payment is required at the time services are performed. For major procedures such as surgeries or hospitalizations, we require a 50% deposit on the estimate provided. If cash flow is tight, we offer CareCredit
Yes, by all means! We strongly recommend pet insurance so you’re never constrained to compromise on veterinary care due to finances. We also offer a wonderful VIP Wellness Plan so you can also reduce the everyday costs of being a pet owner!
Which pet insurance plan to purchase is the real question. There are plenty of choices and as we looked for a comparison, we realized that most of the websites offering comparisons were actually owned by one or another of the pet insurance companies themselves. So be careful.
We did find this one website that looks at most plans pretty objectively. The website is https://www.nerdwallet.com/blog/insurance/find-best-pet-insurance/
We all have pet insurance on our own pets, because if any one of our pets needs ANYTHING, from a routine injury to brain surgery, we want our pets to be able to get that treatment. We chose Trupanion for ourselves because they’re simple to use, pay what they’re supposed to pay for (for the most part) and because they have a portal installed in most veterinary hospitals (including ours) that allows for automatic payments so you’d only have to pay out of pocket for the difference.