What a great week for the animals of NYC -- 129 Adoptions! A huge thank you to our New Hope Partners as well, who collectively took in 145 ACC animals!Thank you, as always, to the amazing volunteers, staff, fosters, adopters, and anyone else who did their part to help the homeless animals of NYC! #nycacc #boroughbred
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Away from a jungle of rain-washed pines and junipers spearing the hot blueness in the Florida sky, ran a little, tawny-haired boy. His bare ft, extending from his overalled legs, crackled against the fallen palmettos. He leaped in to the air, flinging his arms towards a flock of white doves circling previously mentioned him.
Expert Veterinary care has been provided to pet owners in Staten Island, NY (and beyond) since 1975 by the veterinarians and staff at Northside Animal Hospital. As a private, veterinarian owned practice, we specialize in the veterinary care of dogs, cats, birds, and all exotic pets including but not limited to; fish, ferrets, rabbits, reptiles, iguanas, rats, snakes, turtles. We also provide specialized surgery as is often required for the Bulldog and Shar Pei.
Our level of personal attention and expert care is difficult to find in today's world of corporate veterinary care. Northside Animal Hospital's state of the art veterinary computer system assures that we have the complete medical history of all our patients at our fingertips. See our Computer System page for more information about our computer system (that is likely more advanced than that of your personal MD).
As seen on Staten Island Television .... "Watch Dr. Salemi on Spotlight on Biz TV Show, Time Warner Cable, channel 1310." click here to watch now. You don't have to leave Staten Island to get specialized surgery for your pet!Since 1975, Drs. Borzio and Salemi have successfully performed all types of orthopedic and soft tissue surgery including; fracture repair, patella luxation, cranial cruciate ligament repair (CCL), cancer surgery, tumor removal, abdominal explorations, foreign body removal, amputations and more.
See Surgical Services Class IV Laser Treatment is used post operatively for pain control and to enhance healing. In 2008 Dr. Borzio was trained and certified to perform a new procedure, the AVS TightRope CCL Stabilization surgical technique. "TightRope" has been proven to be a very successful CCL surgical repair procedure. See Dr. Borzio or Dr. Salemi for a second opinion if you have been referred off Staten Island for surgery! If they cannot help you, there will be no charge for the consultation.
Dr. Salemi applying Laser therapy for a spinal injury Northside Animal Hospital can provide the newest technology to improve the quality of life for your pet with Laser Therapy easing your pet's pain. Need to have your dog evaluated for hip dysplasia? Dr. Salemi is certified in PennHip evaluation. See www.pennhip.org Be sure to follow us on Facebook... www.facebook.com/NAHNYC01 As an American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) certified hospital, Northside Animal Hospital in New York City is well equipped to provide veterinary care for exotic pets and animals.
To see more about these capabilities please see our Exotic Animal Care page. Dr. Frank Borzio, V.M.D. and Dr. Mark Salemi, D.V.M. welcome you to the Northside Animal Hospital web site! If your dog, cat, bird, exotic pet (fish, ferret, rabbit, reptile, iguana, rat, snake, turtle) or other pet should ever require expert veterinary medical treatment we hope you will remember Northside Animal Hospital.
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