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Now Serving Williamsburg: Clinton Hill Animal Clinic

If you’re based in the Williamsburg area and you have a pet, you need a veterinarian. Clinton Hill Animal Clinic has expanded its services to include those in Williamsburg in addition to Clinton Hill, Fort Greene, Cobble Hill, Brooklyn Heights, Vinegar Hill, Prospect-Lefferts Gardens, Prospect Heights, Bushwick, and Park Slope.

Cat sleeping after his visit to the vet.

No matter what kind of care your dog or cat requires, you can depend on our veterinarian. From vaccinations to pet surgery and even checkups, we do all of that and more.

About Clinton Hill Animal Clinic Near Williamsburg

Clinton Hill Animal Clinic is led by Dr. Robert Gooden. Hailing from Brooklyn, Dr. Gooden has been in the veterinary industry for several years, having graduated from the College of Veterinary at the University of Georgia with a Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine.

He works with Dr. Pamella Dendlter, our original founder. Dr. Dendtler has been in the veterinary industry since the late 1970s.

Our Services in Williamsburg

When you take your cat or dog to Clinton Hill Animal Clinic in Williamsburg, you’ll surely be glad of the many services administered here. Here are three of the most-requested ones from our patients in Williamsburg:

  • Flea and tick prevention — Fleas and ticks often afflict both cats and dogs, but it doesn’t have to be that way. With the flea and tick prevention methods from Clinton Hill Animal Clinic’s Dr. Gooden, we can rid your pet of internal parasites, mosquitos, worms, and mites. Most of the time, medication can kill these animals if a pet is infested, but it’s crucial to keep your pet up-to-date on their medication for best results.
  • Pet dermatology — If you’re concerned about that bald patch your dog has or the spot your cat keeps licking, you need pet dermatology services. Auto-immune disorders, hormonal disorders (including endocrine disorders like Cushing’s disease or canine lupus), ticks and fleas, tapeworm, Lyme disease, and allergies (including pollen, mold, dust, and even ingredients in pet food), can all lead to uncomfortable dermatological conditions.
  • Pet allergy treatment — If you do indeed find out your pet has allergies, they need special care. Clinton Hill Animal Clinic vets are experts in diagnosing and treating pet allergies. With our serum allergy testing and intradermal skin testing, we’ll get to the bottom of which allergens manifest symptoms like scabby lesions, vomiting, diarrhea, runny nose, sneezing, and itchy skin.

Need more services? No problem. Ask Dr. Gooden about our pet dental services, pet medications, cat boarding, heartworm prevention, pet pain management, pet wellness exams, spaying and neutering, and puppy and kitten evaluations.

Our Contact Information

If you want to get your pet tested for fleas and ticks, dermatological conditions, and allergies, you’ve come to the right place. Clinton Hill Animal Clinic is a trusted animal hospital for pet owners in Williamsburg.

To set up your pet’s appointment today, please call 718-623-3999 or stop by Clinton Hill Animal Clinic on 476 Myrtle Avenue. You can also book your appointment online. Get in touch with us 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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