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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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VERG Welcomes New Internist Alysa Cook

Alysa Cook Diplomate ACVIM Veterinary School University of Georgia Internship Animal Medical Center Residency Animal Medical Center Professional Interests • Endocrine disorders • Infectious disease • Immune-mediated disease…

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Cat saved from Manhattan Bridge recovers from surgery on eye, leg

Dr. Inbal Lavotshkin, hospital director of the Veterinary Emergency & Referral Group (VERG) in Brooklyn helps Manny the cat rescued from the Manhattan Bridge last week. He is…

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VERG Welcomes New Criticalist Jill DiFazio

Jillian DiFazio, DVM DACVECC Veterinary School Cummings School at Tufts University Internship Cornell University Residency Cornell University — Emergency and Critical Care Professional Interests • Sepsis • Neurotrauma…

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10 Surprising Things Your Dog Might Eat

As any pet parent knows, dogs do not have discriminating palates (for the most part) and have been known to eat some pretty strange things. Dogs, especially smaller…

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VERG Welcomes New Cardiologist Justin Carlson

Justin Carlson, VMD Diplomate ACVIM (Cardiology) Veterinary School American College of Veterinary Internship Dr. Carlson completed a rotating internship and cardiology internship in Manhattan. Residency Texas A&M University…

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Stroke in Dogs

As a pet parent, you might be surprised to learn that dogs can have strokes. With the increased availability of MRI and CT scans for pets, strokes are…

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Dog Constipation: Why It’s a Medical Emergency

Dog parents probably know more about their pet’s bathroom habits than they would care to, and because of that, are attuned to any changes that could signal illness,…

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Dr. Carolyn Clarke

Dr. Carolyn Clarke, of VERG, is featured in the NY Post providing safety tips for traveling with your pets. Please click here to read the article: http://www.nypost.com/p/entertainment/pets/pet_setters_gROiza7TrmhaNbvyoLI0nL

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VERG on Eyewitness News

Dr. Levitzke appears on Eyewitness News providing us useful prevention and treatment of heat stroke. Click the below image to download the Eyewitness News Video.

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Fight For Survival–NY Post

It can be a dog-eat-dog world out there-so here’s how to handle a feisty pooch showdown. Dr. Brett Levitzke shares his tips on what to do if a…

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