February is Pet Dental Health Month!


Receive 10% off your pet’s Dental Health Care in February!

Dental care is more than just a cure for your kitty or pup’s bad breath. Just like people, pets need preventative dental health care to avoid painful problems later in life.

Here are some things to think about while you’re brushing your teeth:

  • More than 8 out of 10 dogs, and 7 out of 10 cats show signs of poor dental health by the age of three.
  • Dental problems in pets as in people can lead to pain, tooth loss, and periodontal disease.
  • Pets’ oral disease invariably progresses with time, as does people’s, and can result in damage to internal organs, including the heart, liver and kidneys.


Poor dental care affects more than just your pet’s mouth. Bacteria from the mouth can enter the bloodstream and damage your pet’s liver, kidneys, lungs and heart. A proper dental care routine can add 3-5 years to your pet’s life.

Call (212) 288-8884 to schedule ‘s appointment. We look forward to hearing from you soon!

Free Frontline Plus – Great discounts available!


Frontline Plus

Frontline Plus

Free Frontline Plus!

Buy 6 doses of Frontline Plus and receive an additional free 2 month supply!

Right now, we are able to offer a manufacturer’s coupon for 2 free doses on any 6 month supply of Frontline Plus! We have a limited number of coupons, so hurry in to stock up!

Fleas and Ticks are a year round concern, particularly in New York City, where pets are regularly in contact with other pets. Our doctors strongly recommend using Frontline Plus year round to protect your pet against fleas and ticks and the diseases that they may carry.

Please print this page or mention this post to take advantage of this special offer!

Buy 6 doses, get 2 free!

Buy 6 doses, get 2 free!

Rabies still a concern in Central Park!

NYC Department of Health ALERT!

As we have posted before, there have now been confirmed cases of rabies in raccoons in Manhattan this year. Today the NYC Dept. of Health sent another bulletin reminding us to stay vigilant.

“We have a rabid raccoon issue in the upper Manhattan areas referenced above [Upper East Side, Central Park,Upper West Side & Morningside Park]which apparently is not getting any better, despite the colder weather. “

In 2009, 20 animals have tested positive for rabies in NYC. Please ensure that your pet is up to date on his/her rabies vaccine to ensure their safety, and be on alert while out with your pet.

Please contact the hospital IMMEDIATELY if your pet sustains a bite or if you are not current on your vaccines. More information can be found on the Department of Health’s site

University Animal Hospital
(212) 288-8884
354 East 66th Street
New York, NY 10065