256 E 33rd St Ste 1, New York, NY | Directions 1001640.744130 -73.976638
Mon,Wed.& Fri, 8:30am-6pm
Tues.& Thurs. 8:30am-7pm
Neighborhoods: Midtown, Kips Bay
Established in March 1989 by Jan Suchanek, DVM, Midtown Animal Hospital is located at 356 E 33rd St. in the heard of Midtown Manhattan in Murray Hill.
Dr. Jan is known for treating your animals as if they were his own-with loving care and compassion. Midtown Animal Hospital specializes in companion animal medicine, surgery, boarding, dentistry, nutritional counseling, and international health certificates.
February is pet dental month--Imagine what your teeth would look like if you didn't clean them everyday or visit the dentist. Without dental care, bacteria in the mouth can enter the blood stream, travel to major organs such as the heart, liver, kidneys and even the brain. Damage to these organs caused by infection can seriously compromise the health of your pet and shorten its life. To help promote dental care, all dentistry patients will receive 15% off all dental procedures.
He is UNETHICAL – HE SCREWED US. He preformed a needle biopsy on our dog that came back negative. Then he wanted to remove the whole lump as a precaution. His office accidentally sent the sample out. We were told repeatedly that it was an office mistake and that we would not be charged for the accidental biopsy and that they would give us the results anyway. It turned out to be a cancerous lump but after he gave us the results he demanded money. Now our new Vet wants the slides before we perform surgery but can?t do it until this old vet gives up the slides that he accidentally sent out and now he is demanding double what the original cost was. HE IS A TERRIBLE VET STAY AWAY FROM Jan Suchanek
worst vet ever – This vet is the worst vet I ever went to in my life!! I brought my dog there for stomach problems and was charged close to 400 bucks for a xray and an exam.
Also they gave my dog medication but didn't say on the bottle how much to take. The directions on the bottle said, USE AS DIRECTED. There were 4 pills in the bottle, so I wasn't sure if he was supposed to take all of them because each pill was 10 milligrams and they told me that he's supposed to take it at one time.
Anyway realizing a few minutes later that the girl at the reception told me the wrong info. and he was only to take one, and it was for 4 doses, which didnt make any sense at all. Needless to say I was frantic and my dog almost overdosed. When I was asking for the vet, he was unreachable. Not in the office, not answering his cell phone, and no other doctor in the place. The girls were totally clueless as to what to do.
Thank god, my dog is ok. He is like my baby and could not imagine the worst.
If you love your pet as much as I do, please don't bring them here!
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