Exceptional Veterinary Care In Manhattan, NYC | Small Door

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Posted: Wednesday Jan 20, 2021


Exceptional Veterinary Care in Manhattan, NYC | Small Door ...

Posted: (2 days ago) Members-only means you and your pet can always see a vet when you need one. Plus, you get priority access to the best board-certified specialists. Meet our team of experts. Transparent pricing. At Small Door Veterinary, we believe in honest, transparent pricing — and medical bills that don’t require a veterinary degree to understand.


CBD for Pets: Everything You Need to Know | Small Door ...

Posted: (3 days ago) As with humans, there is a vast range of CBD products for pets on the market, with little to no regulation or quality control. At Small Door, we trust ElleVet CBD products, as they are heavily involved with leading veterinary research institutions looking at the possible applications of CBD in pets and provide a certificate of analysis indicating the potency, per-dosing unit and ingredients of ...


Pet Travel Certificates - Small Door Veterinary

Posted: (3 days ago) Pet Travel Certificates Whether you’re planning on travelling domestically or internationally, you will usually require a health certificate for your pet. Our doctors are USDA-certified and can help with the necessary paperwork to allow your pet to travel anywhere in the world. Join & book today


Compassionate Veterinary Services in New York, NY | Small ...

Posted: (2 days ago) We can also assess your pet’s clinical signs 24/7 through our members-only mobile app, to determine if you need to come in. 24/7 telemedicine 24/7 telemedicine. Through our mobile app, you have access to veterinary professionals day and night, to answer any questions or health concerns you have about your pet.


Everything You Need in Your Pet’s First Aid Kit | Small ...

Posted: (6 days ago) Pill box organizer (if your pet takes multiple medications, separating by compartments makes them easier to administer) and a 2 week supply of medications. Carrying crate for smaller pets Remember that some of these items may have expiration dates, so check your kit every few months and replace whatever has expired.

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Homemade Food for Pets | Small Door Veterinary

Posted: (24 days ago) Assuming your pet is healthy and has no chronic conditions or allergies, there are many safe and healthy ingredients you can choose from, including chicken breast, ground chicken or turkey, ground lean beef, salmon, tuna, sweet potato, bell pepper, squashes, pumpkin, zucchini, spinach, beans and cooked barley or oats, quinoa, pasta and rice.


Emergency Planning for Your Pet | Small Door Veterinary

Posted: (28 days ago) Pet microchip number and photos for identification purposes; Contact details for your emergency pet guardian and where the pet can be taken if needed; Food. At least 3 days’ supply of either dry food or sachets of wet pet food (not canned, to avoid needing a can opener), collapsible bowls and water. All food should be stored in airtight ...

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Bringing Your New Baby Home to Your Pet | Small Door ...

Posted: (17 days ago) A great way to prevent your pet from feeling ‘jealous’ of the new baby is to ensure you pay attention to them whilst interacting with your baby. Don’t just play with your pet when your baby is asleep; that’s a recipe for resentment. Instead, you should give your pet a special treat or toss their ball a few times whilst feeding the baby.

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Veterinary Pharmacy & Prescriptions for Cats & Dogs in New ...

Posted: (4 days ago) If your pet has an allergy or other condition that requires a prescription pet food, we can help to advise on the best food for them, and get them feeling better ASAP! Get your pet's medication Become a member to book a visit for your pet and get them the medication they need.

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Should I Spay or Neuter My Pet? | Small Door Veterinary

Posted: (2 days ago) Spaying and neutering are surgical procedures, so your pet will need general anesthesia. To ensure your pet is a good candidate for anesthesia, your veterinarian may recommend bloodwork or other diagnostics before the surgery. In a spay (ovariohysterectomy), the ovaries and uterus are removed via the abdomen. There are both traditional surgical ...