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A multi-specialty veterinary emergency hospital on Long Island with board certified specialists & so much more ••• 24 HOUR EMERGENCY SERVICES ••• 631-285-7780

Our Services include: Acupuncture, Cardiology, Emergency & Critical Care, Internal Medicine, Interventional Radiology, Neurology, Oncology and Surgery

Our partner, Ultravet Medical Devices, has launched an Indiegogo Campaign for The Tucker Valve!  Please visit their page today by clicking here to learn more about canine degenerative valve disease. 

 

The premier veterinary multi-specialty group on Long Island is right here in Bohemia

  • Every pet’s health is our mission
  • So many lifesaving services under one roof
  • Highly trained & compassionate veterinary healthcare providers
  • Trusted services & convenience

We are open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week! We can be reached at 631-285-7780.

Atlantic Coast Veterinary Specialists, available whenever you need us. We are conveniently located on Veterans Memorial Highway with easy access from the Long Island Expressway and Sunrise Highway

December 2015

Meet Melissa, one of our very sweet cardio patients.  We have been providing specialty care to Melissa for the past 3 years.  She has degenerative valve disease and had three stents placed in her airway to help with her breathing.  Nothing can stop this little girl, we love her!  Take a look at the video below to see Melissa getting a great cardio workout.

Please see below for past Case of the Month reports:

August 2015 Case of the Month

September 2015 Case of the Month

 

Dr. LopezAtlantic Coast Veterinary Specialists is proud to announce the expansion of our Neurology team with the addition of Dr. Jennifer Lopez

Dr. Jennifer Lopez is now practicing at Atlantic Coast Veterinary Specialists alongside Dr. Jason Berg in our Neurology department.  Dr. Lopez has a Bachelor of Science in Biology and minored in Chemistry and Philosophy/World Religions at Christopher Newport University, Newport News, VA.  She graduated in 2009 from St. Matthew’s University School of Veterinary Medicine in Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands, completing her final year at Purdue University College of Veterinary Medicine.

After graduation, Dr. Lopez joined the staff at Atlantic Coast Veterinary Specialists where she completed a rotating internship.  She then went on to complete a specialty internship and residency at Animal Specialty Center in Yonkers, NY, alongside Dr. Jason Berg.  We are excited to have her back at Atlantic Coast as a full-time Neurologist.

Please join us on Sunday June 28th for the LIVMA Open House

Open House 2015

New to the ACVS Family

Atlantic Coast Veterinary Specialists would like to welcome a new member to our team, Dr. Deborah Trainor.

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Dr. Deborah Trainor joined the Internal Medicine team at Atlantic Coast Veterinary Specialists in 2015. She is a native Long Islander born and raised in Melville. Deborah began her career with a degree in veterinary technology from SUNY Farmingdale and worked as a licensed veterinary technician prior to attending vet school. Board certified in small animal internal medicine, Dr. Trainor obtained her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine with honors in 1999 from Ross University. She completed her residency in Small Animal Internal Medicine at Cornell University in Ithaca, New York in 2002 working alongside Dr. Sharon A. Center. She achieved board certification in 2004 and in 2007 Dr. Trainor completed a one year ultrasound fellowship with veterinary radiologist Dr. Victor Rendano at Veterinary Multimaging in Lansing, New York.

Prior to joining Atlantic Coast Veterinary Specialists Deborah has provided exceptional care in New York, Virginia and Florida. She has returned to Long Island to spend more time with her family and in her free time enjoys traveling and paddle boarding.

Here are some tips to keep your pets healthy during the Winter season:

  1. Frostbite – Along with the cold comes the potential for your pet to get frostbite.  Try to avoid keeping your pet outdoors when there is snow and ice on the ground or when temperatures are very low.  Your pets paws, ears and the tip of the tail are all susceptible to frostbite.  Signs include blisters and firm, waxy skin.  To help prevent the chance of frostbite, use booties, hats and other pet related clothing apparel during walks or when playing in the yard, to keep your pet warm and safe.Snow 3
  2. Antifreeze – Winter is when most antifreeze leaks occur from car radiators and if your pet licks the leak, it can be deadly.  Remember to keep all pets away from your garage or driveway and if you notice a leak or spill be sure to clean it immediately.
  3. Snow & Salt – With Winter comes snow and to melt the snow many use salt on sidewalks and roadways.  The salt used can be harmful to your pets paws so be sure to survey the area before taking him/her on a walk.  You may also want to consider booties to keep your pet warm and comfortable.

Meet Our Compassionate Doctors

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 TESTIMONIALS

“I was referred to your facility where miracles took place. I was greeted by one of your doctors, who was knowledgeable and compassionate, and diligently treated Charlie, saving his life. The entire staff treated me with kindness and compassion, and I thank you from the bottom of my heart.”

“Sadika was rushed in during the middle of the night and treated for a heart condition and was provided with around-the-clock attention by your wonderful staff. I called several times a day and each time I was greeted with enthusiasm and a general sense of caring.”

 

 

 

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