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Long Island Veterinarians

It’s a fact of life - everyone gets sick sometimes, and pets are no exception to the rule. Thankfully, there are veterinarians and animal clinics on Long Island that can help you four legged friend get back to optimal health. From regular check ups, to preventative care and emergency treatments, Veterinarians are trained to address your pets medical needs. In addition to taking care of your pet’s every day needs, there are also veterinary facilities that specialize in emergency care, exotic animal care, and specialty fields.

Atlantic Coast Veterinary Specialists

3250 Veterans Highway in Bohemia
631-285-7780

Veterinary Referral & Emergency Center of Westbury

609-5 Cantigue Rock Road in Westbury
516-420-0000
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