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196 4th Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11217

(718) 522–9400

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AmbuVet | 1 (800) 262-8838 | www.ambuvet.com

If you are in need of emergency pet transportation please contact AmbuVet. AmbuVet is our first choice for emergency pet transportation and is the only service in New York City that operates 24/7. AmbuVet is equipped to transport all types of ill pets and will make sure your pet is as comfortable as possible and surrounded by highly trained staff.

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VERG Brooklyn

196 4th Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11217

(718) 522–9400

Get Directions
AmbuVet | 1 (800) 262-8838 | www.ambuvet.com

If you are in need of emergency pet transportation please contact AmbuVet. AmbuVet is our first choice for emergency pet transportation and is the only service in New York City that operates 24/7. AmbuVet is equipped to transport all types of ill pets and will make sure your pet is as comfortable as possible and surrounded by highly trained staff.

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