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Animal League America Pet Health Center

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Our Pet Health Center provides the highest standard of veterinary care to every pet we treat. We also provide our clients with important information they need about preventative health care necessary to sustain the wellness of their pets. Our patients do not need to have been adopted from North Shore Animal League America – we care for community pets as well.

Our veterinarians and medical staff are compassionate and enthusiastic, and provide incredible care at very affordable rates. We are a full service facility with state of the art equipment including digital radiology, endoscopy, on-site laboratory, oxygen therapy, ultrasound, and a full dental suite.

Location/Hours:


Pet Health Center
North Shore Animal League America
16 Lewyt Street
Port Washington, NY 11050

We are open 365 days a year, from 10am-9pm, unless otherwise noted.

Directions to Pet Health Center

Please call (516) 883-2000 to schedule an appointment or email us at phc@animalleague.org for more information.

For quicker service, download the New Client Information Form. Fill it out and bring in with you to your appointment. Please note: Payment is due when services are rendered.

If you have a pet emergency when we are not open, please bring your pet to the nearest emergency center, such as:

Long Island Veterinary Specialists
163 S. Service Road
Plainview, NY 11803
(516) 501-1700
The Animal Medical Center
510 East 62nd Street
New York, NY 10065
(212) 329-8890

Services


Below is a sampling of the services we provide and affordable rates:

  • Wellness exam: $40
  • Outpatient Care Visit: $60
  • Vaccinations: $25
  • Heartworm test: $30
  • Microchipping: $35
  • Flea/tick and heartworm preventative available at affordable prices
  • Affordable spay/neuter*

       Canine Male Female
  Under 25 pounds $120 $140
  25-50 pounds  $140 $155
  50-100 pounds $155 $175
  Over 100 pounds $177 $200

 Feline $75 $110

Other Services Include:

  • Treatment of complex medical cases
  • Soft-tissue surgery
  • Orthopedic surgery
  • Alternative Care - herbals, acupuncture, endoscopy

Many more services are available at affordable prices. Please call (516) 883-2000 to discuss your pet's needs.

    *The above pricing is for spay/neuter procedures ONLY. All pets are required to be up to date on vaccinations, have pre-surgery blood work taken, receive a heart worm test and be examined by a vet at an additional cost. Once the pet is cleared for surgery an appointment can be scheduled. There are also additional costs when the pet is discharged for medications and e-collars.

    We Also Offer Dental Exams!

    The dental services we provide include:

    • Teeth cleaning and polishing
    • Tooth extractions
    • Oral surgery

    Please feel free to email us at phc@animalleague.org, but please be advised that an email does not replace bringing in your pet when it is sick. We will respond to your email as soon as possible, but if you require an immediate response, please call us during the hours listed above. If you experience a medical emergency at a time when we are closed, please contact or visit the nearest emergency animal hospital.


    North Shore Animal League America is proud to have been awarded the Best No-Kill Animal Rescue & Adoption NPO - New York, and Excellence Award for Animal Sterilisation Referrals - New York by GHP Magazine for their 2016 Animal Health Awards.


    Recognizing companies associated with the health and welfare of animals in addition to veterinary medicine across the globe. The program focuses on both corporate industry members and national animal health associations, exploring the rapidly increasing areas of innovation, technology, scientific achievement and wildlife conservation. This award program aims to acknowledge and reward those who have gone beyond their duty of care to improve the welfare, care and health of animals.