476 Myrtle Ave

Brooklyn, NY 11205 US

718-623-3999

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Bedford-Stuyvesant

Now Serving Bedford-Stuyvesant: Clinton Hill Animal Clinic

Whether you’ve just moved to the Bedford-Stuyvesant area or you recently adopted a pet here, you’re now looking for a veterinarian. Clinton Hill Animal Clinic is a great choice for pet care. Those in Park Slope, Bushwick, Prospect Heights, Prospect-Lefferts Gardens, Vinegar Hill, Brooklyn Heights, Cobble Hill, Fort Greene, Williamsburg, and Clinton Hill trust us with their cats and dogs.

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About Clinton Hill Animal Clinic Near Bedford-Stuyvesant

Clinton Hill Animal Clinic was founded in early 2009 by Dr. Pamella Dendtler. Before that, she owned and ran Park Slope’s 6th Avenue Animal Clinic. Today, Clinton Hill Animal Clinic is run by Dr. Robert Gooden, a graduate of the University of Delaware and the College of Veterinary at the University of Georgia.

Our Services

Those in Bedford-Stuyvesant will find we have a wealth of services here at Clinton Hill Animal Clinic. For instance, we’re particularly well-known for the following:

  • Cat boarding — Cats may require less care than dogs, but they still need to eat, have a place to make waste, and a soft bed in which to sleep. If you’re going away for an extended period, you may not be sure where to leave your cat. Trust in us at Clinton Hill Animal Clinic. Our cat boarding will ensure your feline friend is happy, healthy, well-fed, and cared for. Once you’re home from your trip, you can come by and pick up your cat.  
  • Senior pet care — It’s a fact of life: your pet is going to get older. Once they approach seniority, they may have issues with getting around. You may also notice changes in appetite, skin bumps, fur loss, and other changes. By bringing your cat or dog to a vet in Bedford-Stuyvesant like Clinton Hill Animal Clinic, we can guide you through everything you need to take care of your pet through their golden years.
  • Pet wellness exams — Is your pet as healthy as they should be? With our pet wellness exams, we can tell you. Dr. Gooden will administer any vaccines your pet needs, test your pet’s heartbeat and breathing, track their weight, do a behavioral review, and see the state of their skin, coat, teeth, mouth, ears, and eyes.

Those are just some of the services we’re proud to administer for our Bedford-Stuyvesant clients here at Clinton Hill Animal Clinic. Our other services are flea and tick prevention, puppy and kitten health evaluations, pet allergy testing, intestinal worm testing, spaying and neutering, pet pain management, heartworm prevention, pet medication, pet dermatology, and pet dental care.

Call Clinton Hill Animal Clinic Today!

If you’re ready to meet Dr. Gooden at Clinton Hill Animal Clinic, we encourage our Bedford-Stuyvesant clients to set up an appointment with their pet today. Our phone number is 718-623-3999 and our address is Clinton Hill Animal Clinic on 476 Myrtle Avenue.

We’re open until 7 p.m. on weeknights and even have Saturday hours so pet care can fit into your schedule. Set up your appointment today!

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Office Hours

Monday:

10:30 am-7:00 pm

Tuesday:

10:30 am-7:00 pm

Wednesday:

10:30 am-7:00 pm

Thursday:

Closed

Friday:

10:30 am-7:00 pm

Saturday:

10:30 am-5:00 pm

Sunday:

Closed

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Testimonials

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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