476 Myrtle Ave

Brooklyn, NY 11205 US

718-623-3999

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Fort Greene

Now Serving Fort Greene: Clinton Animal Clinic

Are you looking for a veterinarian in the Fort Greene area? If so, choose Clinton Hill Animal Clinic. While our clients from Fort Greene have embraced our veterinary clinic as their preferred choice in animal care, so too have those in Bushwick, Vinegar Hill, Cobble Hill, Williamsburg, Park Slope, Prospect Heights, Brooklyn Heights, Prospect-Lefferts Garden, and Bedford-Stuyvesant.

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About Clinton Hill Animal Clinic Near Fort Greene

Of course, it takes talented veterinarians to make Clinton Hill Animal Clinic a top choice among Brooklynites. Both founder Dr. Pamella Dendtler and new lead veterinarian Dr. Robert Gooden have lived in the Brooklyn area their whole respective lives. They both feel strongly about the care of animals and have spent years training and studying to be licensed veterinarians.

Together, with their combined areas of expertise, they can treat nearly any ailment that afflicts dogs or cats.

Our Services in Fort Greene

The amount of services from your vets at Clinton Hill Animal Clinic is plentiful. Whether you have a new puppy or kitten or your pet is approaching seniority, we can administer the care they need.

In particular, our Fort Greene clients ask about these services the most:

  • Pet dental care — Many of the same oral conditions that us humans can get can harm your pet’s oral health as well. Both dogs and cats need teeth cleanings, either by you at the home or at a veterinarian’s office. Oral conditions to be on the lookout for are stomatitis or oral ulceration, oral cancer, tartar, periodontal disease, and cavities. Stomatitis, oral cancer, and periodontal disease are three of the most serious oral conditions your pet can have.
  • Microchipping — If your pet gets away in the bustling Fort Greene city streets, it can be very difficult to find them. Enjoy greater peace of mind with pet microchipping. This process involves the insertion of a tiny chip under the pet’s skin. If your cat or dog gets lost, pet rescue centers, veterinarians, and more can use a special reader to find out your pet’s name and address. They can then get you two reunited.
  • Preventative wellness exams — You want your pet to be as healthy as possible, so a preventative wellness exam from your veterinarian at Clinton Hill Animal Hospital is a good start. These exams will detect signs of parasite infestation as well as skin, dental, and other health issues. By catching and diagnosing conditions early, you can get your pet treated sooner and maybe even save their lives.

That’s not all. Our other services include puppy and kitten evaluations, intestinal worm prevention, pet pain management, cat boarding, pet dermatology, flea and tick prevention, pet allergy testing, spaying and neutering, heartworm prevention, and pet medications.

Call Clinton Hill Animal Clinic Today!

If you’re ready to see our vet, we’re glad to have you. To set up your appointment in the Fort Greene area, give us a call at 718-623-3999 or come on by to Clinton Hill Animal Clinic on 476 Myrtle Avenue. Call us 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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