476 Myrtle Ave

Brooklyn, NY 11205 US


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Clinton Hill Animal Clinic Brooklyn Veterinarian Services For Bushwick,
Fort Greene, Williamsburg & the Expanded Brooklyn Area

Serving our clients in the wider Brooklyn area, including Bushwick, Fort Greene and Williamsburg is a privilege we take seriously. The Clinton Hill Animal Clinic Brooklyn veterinarians and support team members believe that building long-term relationships with pets and their owners help ensure longer, healthier lives for the animals in our care. That is why we offer a free consultation to all new patients, creating opportunities to meet our compassionate staff, see our facilities and learn more about our animal health management philosophy.

our veterinarian serves the brooklyn area

Our team has advanced training in all phases of the pet lifecycle from infancy to old age, and we see both preventive and urgent care cases. Along with general physical exams and pet dental services, our clinic provides on-site boarding, nutritional counseling and surgical services.

Our Brooklyn Veterinarians Makes House-Calls

Sometimes traveling to the vet isn't convenient or wise, especially if your pet is recovering from an injury or suffers from motion sickness. House calls provide the perfect setting for general physical exams, pet vaccinations, and pet preventive care services when your pet is nervous around other animals or in strange settings. Home visits also complement pet pain management plans for larger dogs with arthritis since they eliminate the stress associated with getting in and out of the vehicle.

Whatever the reason you need a visit from your Brooklyn veterinarian, our doctors make house calls to Prospect Heights, Bedford-Stuyvesant, and other nearby NYC neighborhoods on an appointment-only basis. Urgent care and acute conditions require an office visit.

We Offer Convenience, Compassion & Comprehensive Pet Health Management

Our clinic is conveniently located at 476 Myrtle Ave in Brooklyn, just east of Fort Greene Park between Park Avenue and Dekalb Avenue. We proudly serve pets and their owners in the following areas;

  • Fort Greene
  • Williamsburg
  • Bedford-Stuyvesant
  • Prospect Heights
  • Bushwick
  • Cobble Hill
  • Brooklyn Heights
  • Vinegar Hill
  • Park Slope
  • Prospect-Lefferts
  • And other neighborhoods in the extended NYC/Brooklyn area

Whether you have recently relocated to our area, you are looking for a Brooklyn veterinarian to help manage geriatric pet health conditions, you just bought a new puppy or kitten and need pet vaccinations, you want more information about keeping your pet's teeth and gums healthy, or you simply want more information about the doctors and services we provide, we are here to serve you and your pets with modern, compassionate care.

Call Clinton Hill Animal Clinic Today!

We are currently accepting new patients. Feel free to stop by to introduce yourself. While you are in the office, take time to learn more about our state-of-the-art surgical facilities, on-site pharmacy and boarding suite. Dr. Dendtler, Dr. Gooden, and the entire Clinton Hill Animal Clinic staff look forward to meeting you. To schedule a private house-call or a free consultation, dial 718-623-3999 today.

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Read What Our Clients Say

  • "To Dr Dendtler and Staff, I cant begin to tell you how impressed I am with the loving care you have given to my cat Baxter, before and after the much needed surgery. Baxter is so pleased with the outcome; he goes around purring all day."
    Thanks again. -Estelle P.
  • "Dear Pamella, We want to thank all of you so much, not only for the loving care and consideration you showed us last Thursday when we had to say goodbye to Gericho but also for all the years of check-ups and other crisis' that we went through with him. We know it was your good efforts that allowed him to live a full and vigorous 16 years that gave us so much pleasure. Please know that we have always found your staff to be so courteous and helpful all these years."
    Thank you. -Cathy W.
  • "Dear Dr. Dendtler, You were very thorough and caring in treating Buddy. You explained clearly how to protect my dog. I have been to many clinics but you are the best. You were very professional and compassionate. Buddy and I are very grateful. Thanks ever so much to you and your staff."
    John L.
  • "Hi Dr Dendtler, Thank you so very much for fixing my eye. I can see clearly now…I can see all obstacles in my way! Love Vernell R"
    Vernell R.

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