The Alex Lewyt Veterinary Medical Center provides the highest standard of veterinary care to every dog, cat, puppy, and kitten we treat. We also provide our clients with important information they need about preventative health care necessary to sustain the wellness of their beloved 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.
- Wellness exam: $40
- Outpatient Care Visit: $60
- Emergency visits or clients without an appointment will incur additional charges.
Inoculating your pet with preventative vaccines to ward off dangerous diseases is not only necessary, but it ensures that your best friend is safe from harm.
The core vaccine protocol for dogs includes the Distemper combination vaccine (Distemper, Adenovirus Type-2, Parvovirus, Parainfluenza); Bordetella (kennel cough); and Rabies.
The core vaccines for cats are FVRCP (Feline Viral Rhinotracheitis, Calicivirus and Panleukopenia) and Rabies. If cats have exposure to the outdoors, the feline leukemia virus vaccine should be administered every year. We do not vaccinate for FIV.
- Vaccinations: $25
|Under 25 pounds||$120||$140|
|Over 100 pounds||$177||$200|
Fee does not include pre-surgical exam, or any required blood tests and vaccinations.
Why is it important to spay/neuter your pets?
Cats and dogs have the unique ability to reproduce several times a year. They can go into heat as early as 5 months of age – sometimes earlier, and they can have litters several times a year. That is why there is an endless cycle of homeless animals. Reducing this overpopulation will reduce euthanasia rates and move us closer to a no-kill nation.
Sterilization of your cat or dog will increase his/her chance of a longer and healthier life. Altering your canine friend will increase his life an average of 1 to 3 years, felines, 3 to 5 years. Altered animals have a very low to no risk of mammary gland tumors/cancer, prostate cancer, perianal tumors, pyometra, and uterine, ovarian and testicular cancers.
While it is a myth that spaying/neutering your pet will diminish their natural instincts, it will make them a better pet. It has been shown that altered pets have a reduced urge to roam and thus decreases the risk of contracting diseases or getting hurt. Surveys indicate that as many as 85% of dogs hit by cars are unaltered. Intact male cats living outside have been shown to live an average of two years less neutered cats.
Microchipping is a simple procedure in which a microchip (about the size of a large grain of rice) is injected under the skin between your pet’s shoulder blades. It only takes a minute to be completed, and no anesthesia is required. The microchip, which can be read by any universal scanner at vet practices and shelters nationwide, is registered in a national database. That means if your pet is ever lost, you’ll be able to locate them and be reunited. What a quick and easy way to give you peace of mind!
- Microchipping: $35
Heartworm Testing: $30
Heartworm disease is one of the major health problems of dogs in the United States. It can lead to severe lung disease, heart failure and damage to other organs in the body.
Feline Leukemia Virus (FeLV) and Feline Immunodeficiency Virus (FIV, also known as feline AIDS): $45
FeLV and FIV are the two of the most common and dangerous feline diseases. We recommend that the FeLV and FIV test be run annually on all cats that go outdoors or with any ill cats if a recent FeLV/FIV status has not been determined. You should also get this test on any new cat before you bring it into your household, especially if you have other cats.
Fecal Diagnostic Testing: price dependent on type of testing
Can identify intestinal parasites—organisms that can rob your pet of nutrition and cause diarrhea, vomiting, serious illnesses or even death.
Our medical team provides advanced dental procedures for your dogs, cats, puppies and kittens at competitive prices.
- Cleaning, Scaling and Polishing
- Tooth Surface Sealing
- Oral Surgery
- Dental Radiographs
Pets can’t tell you when they don’t feel well, and they’re particularly adept at “hiding” signs of illness. Moreover, many diseases do not cause symptoms until serious damage has been done. Did you know, for example, that pets with kidney disease can lose as much as 75% of their kidney function before showing any clinical signs? Performing regular blood work will detect early changes and enable us to cure or manage many diseases, allowing your pet to live a full and healthy life. In addition, blood work is essential for any pet undergoing a surgical procedure requiring anesthesia. Pre-anesthetic blood work can alert us to any hidden problems that your pet may have, which will allow us to adjust the anesthesia or take other measures to reduce the risk of complications.
North Shore Animal League America’s AHAA-accredited Alex Lewyt Veterinary Medical Center has a state-of-the-art facility and professional surgical team providing your pet with superior health care. Our experience, advanced training, superior surgical suite and on-site diagnostic lab ensures your pet is receiving the highest quality veterinary care.
Your pet’s health and safety come first and you can be confident that your pet is receiving the best surgical care. Our veterinary staff is experienced in a wide variety of animal surgery procedures from the routine to the complex, such as:
- Mass Growth Removal
- Soft Tissue Procedures
- Emergency Surgery
- Orthopedic Surgery
- Endoscopic and Laparoscopic Surgery
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After Hours Emergencies
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
The Animal Medical Center
510 East 62nd Street
New York, NY 10065