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441 EAST 92ND STREETNEW YORK, NY 10128
(212)876-7700

223 miles away
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Rating: 5

Good Care

posted 5 years ago

The Bergh hospital is state of the art and you can tell that if you watch Animal Cops. Great caring staff that works wonders with very sad cases. Another good reason to support the ASPCA.

Pros: Another great part of the A

Cons: in NY

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Rating: 5

Bergh Memorial Animal Hospital

posted 5 years ago

I think most of the reviewers didn't read the heading. I think this was supposed to be a review of the hospital-not the organization. I could be wrong. They have 18 vets and are there 24/7.
call (212) 876-7700, ext. 4200 to make an appointment. For emergency care you can walk right in.

Pros: premier AAHA-certified, small animal, medical, surgical and emergency facility

Cons: none

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