Serving the Larchmont community for over 60  years

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WELCOME DR. WILSON!!

Larchmont Animal Hospital is very pleased to announce the arrival of our new associate veterinarian, Dr. Wilson. She graduated magna cum laude from Iona College and earned her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from the prestigious Cornell University. Upon completion of her DVM, Dr. Wilson partook in an intense, twelve month internship at Fifth Avenue Veterinary Specialists in Manhattan. She is now practicing veterinary acupuncture at LAH. Some other professional interests include feline medicine, internal medicine, and oncology. Ember, Cinder, and Flare are her three ginger cats with whom she enjoys cuddling. Dr. Wilson’s veterinary acumen and compassion for animals are a true asset to our clients, patients, and the hospital alike.
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New Laser Therapy at LAH!

Laser therapy is a safe, noninvasive, and pain-free method of treatment for your pet.
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Our Services

Larchmont Animal Hospital has been a part of the Larchmont community for over 60 years. Under the direction of Dr. Walsh Fullerton, we have rapidly grown into a full-service practice, complete with boarding and grooming services.

Medical

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We provide a full range of medical and surgical services at Larchmont Animal Hospital. Our fully modernized facility offers a full in-house laboratory, radiology, pharmacy and a modern surgical suite with extensive monitoring equipment.

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Boarding

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Our goal here at Larchmont Animal Hospital is to make your pet feel like a part of our family and to provide them with a safe, comfortable and fun place to stay when you’re not there.

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Grooming

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We offer a variety of professional grooming services for our patients. Routine bathing (for animals that do not need a cut or extensive blow out) can be scheduled Monday-Friday, usually on short notice.

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House Calls

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Larchmont Animal Hospital offers house calls for many services. House call visits are perfect for patients who become agitated at the vet, for cats that are difficult to put into carriers, or for owners who have trouble getting to the hospital…

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Laser Therapy

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Larchmont Animal Hospital is now offering Laser Therapy! Our goal is to provide the best medicine to our clients and their pets. We choose treatments that are backed by clinical studies and will improve your pet’s quality of life…

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Acupuncture

We have recently added acupuncture to the list of services offered at Larchmont Animal Hospital. When used in conjunction with western medicine the results are often dramatic and profound.

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Our Team

Larchmont Animal Hospital has been a part of the Larchmont community for over 60 years. Under the direction of Dr. Walsh Fullerton, we have rapidly grown into a full-service practice, complete with boarding and grooming services.

Preparing For Your Visit

If your pet will be coming for his or her first visit, please download and bring the completed new patient registration form to your appointment. If your pet has a previous veterinarian, please have his or her records faxed to us at (914) 834-0310 prior to your appointment. If you will be bringing your records with you, we kindly ask that you arrive 10 minutes prior to your appointment time to allow us time to copy and review your pet’s medical history.

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Surgical Procedures

If your pet is scheduled for surgery, please drop him or her off between the hours of 8 – 9:30 am. Please expect to spend approximately 10 – 15 minutes at drop off to provide history and contact information to one of our staff members. We will schedule your pet for discharge when you drop him or her off. The type of surgery and your pet’s individual recovery will determine when he or she will be discharged.

We strongly discourage visitation when there is an overnight stay associated with the procedure – we find that visitation often results in your pet becoming agitated and excited and interferes with their necessary rest during recovery.

In order to reduce the amount of time you spend at check in, you may download the surgical consent form(s) necessary for your pet’s procedure and bring them in already filled out. If someone other than the pet’s owner will be dropping off for surgery, we also ask that the owner fill out the required form(s) in advance and send them with the person dropping off.

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Drop Off Examinations & Non-Surgical Procedures

If your pet is scheduled for a drop off examination or a non-surgical procedure such as an ultrasound or x-rays, we kindly ask that you drop off between the hours of 8 – 10 am. Please expect to spend approximately 10 – 15 minutes at drop off to provide history and contact information to one of our staff members.

If your pet is dropped off, a discharge appointment will be scheduled for you in the afternoon. If an earlier discharge is possible than your previously scheduled pick up time, we will contact you. Most drop off examinations and non-surgical procedures will be discharged between the hours of 4 – 6 pm.

Your pet will be taken out at regular intervals throughout the day. If you have been asked to withhold food and water from your pet, food and water will be provided to him or her when it is medically possible. If you prefer to bring your own food, we will feed it to your pet at no additional cost.

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