NYC Veterinary Specialists
410 West 55th Street
New York, NY 10019
Phone: 212 767-0099
Animal Medical Center
510 East 62 Street (between York Ave and FDR
New York, New York
212 838 8100
Avenue Veterinary Specialists
1 West 15th Street (just off 5th Ave)
Poison Control ...
ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center is
a unique, emergency hotline providing 24-hour-a-day,
7-day-a-week telephone assistance to veterinarians
and animal owners. The Center's hotline veterinarians
can quickly answer questions about toxic
substances found in our everyday surroundings
that can be dangerous to animals. There
is a $45 consultation
fee paid by the animal owner,
veterinarian or product manufacturer.
AmbuVet - Pet Ambulance
AmbuVet's specialized ambulance vans are staffed by New York State licensed veterinary technicians and equipped to handle just about any delicate animal transportation need to quickly transport your animal to a trusted partner vet, 24 hours/ 7 days a week. There
will be a variable charge which may depend
on the size of the animal and how many attendants
Non- emergency regular transports available for the comfort and safe transfer of your pet.
24 hour emergency service
Disaster Tips for Pets...
New York, For Pets
New York City Office of Emergency Management
What would you/your pet do during an emergency?
EVACUATING WITH YOUR PET
Think about where you will go with your pet and
how you will get there if you have to leave home
during an, emergency. In planning for an emergency
Arrange for family or friends outside of the affected
area to shelter your pet.
Identify animal-friendly hotels/motels outside
of the affected area. .
Talk with your local veterinarian, boarding kennel,
or grooming facility to see if they can offer safe
shelter for your pet during an emergency.
Create a Go Bag for your pet or service animal
(See Pet Go Bag Checklist).
Practice evacuation plans to familiarize your
pet with the process and increase his/her comfort
Know your pet's hiding places
so you can easily find him/ her during an emergency.
Keep in mind a stressed pet may behave differently
than normal and his/her aggression level may increase.
Use a muzzle to prevent bites. Also be advised
that panicked pets may try to flee.
TIP: Pets in carriers are allowed on MTA subways,
buses, and trains. When an evacuation order is
declared, pets too large for carriers will also
be allowed, provided those animals are muzzled
and controlled on a sturdy leash no longer than
four feet. The City will announce when this policy
is in effect. Bring supplies to clean up after
your animal. Only legal animals will be allowed.
As a reminder, service animals are always allowed.
For more specific information
go to: www.nyc.gov/html/oem/html/ready/pets_guide.shtml
|Emergency Support for People With Pets...
FIDO Note: See Our Health Section for additional Assistance Services
Assistance for Individuals
PAWS NY is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that provides pet care assistance to individuals experiencing both physical and financial obstacles so that they can keep their pets and continue to benefit from the human-animal bond. We focus on helping seniors, individuals with disabilities, and individuals suffering from permanent or temporary illness.
Through our Housecall Program, our extensive network of volunteers visit clients in their homes and provide pet care assistance that clients cannot do on their own. Services include (but are not limited to) dog walking, litter box maintenance, grooming, provision of food/water, and transportation to the vet. PAWS NY also provides foster and emergency care for pets when a client unexpectedly finds himself in the hospital.
End of Life
Pet Requiem is a veterinary house call service offering wellness check-ups, geriatric and hospice care and compassionate in-home euthanasia in the New Jersey and New York Metropolitan area.
390 Atlantic Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11217
718 852 4219
Infinite Hope that has recently expanded its mission from shelter/rescue/adoption to also helping NYers (mostly Brooklynites) who are hit by the downturn and can no longer care for their animals. They recently had a food/clothes/funds drive and are busy now with fostering and trying to re-home animals who would otherwise likely be abandoned or neglected due to their owners' economic emergencies..
Infinite Hope is run by the folks who own/operate Hope Veterinary Services on Atlantic Ave near Nevins.
Red Rover Relief Grants
Financial assistance grants so pet owners, Good Samaritans and rescuers can care for animals who need urgent veterinary care.
Resources for pet owners struggling with economic hardship
Resources for victims of domestic violence
An easy online application and quick approval process
more help links on FIDO Health Page