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  • Comprehensive Veterinary Care in Mamaroneck

    At Miller Clark Animal Hospital, we provide a comprehensive selection of veterinary services. Our team goes above and beyond to ensure your pets get the quality care they deserve.

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  • We Meet All Your Pet's Health Care Needs

    Our experienced team offers all the core veterinary services your pet needs to stay healthy, from preventative care to dental services, surgery and more.

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  • Special Veterinary Services for Your Pet

    Our veterinary team offers specialized care for your pet including oncology, cardiology and laser therapy.

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  • Welcoming New Patients in Mamaroneck

    We're always happy to welcome new patients and their families to our Mamaroneck veterinary hospital! It's our mission to make each of your visits with us convenient, efficient, and low-stress. 

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Welcome to Our Mamaroneck Animal Hospital

Miller Clark Animal Hospital is a full-service Mamaroneck veterinary hospital that offers comprehensive medical services for cats and dogs in Mamaroneck and the surrounding areas.

From preventive care to surgery, our broad and varied service offering can meet all of your pet’s health needs in one place.

We care for Mamaroneck’s companion animals and have developed a reputation over the years for quality, professional care with a compassionate touch.

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Offering a Range of Services for Your Pet's Best Health

Preventive Care

We focus on preventive care including wellness exams, vaccinations, and parasite prevention to give your pet the best chance at a long, healthy life. 

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Dental Care

We provide complete dental care for your pet, from basics such as dental exams, teeth cleanings and polishing, to dental x-rays and surgeries.

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In-House Diagnostics

We use diagnostic tests and tools in our in-house lab to accurately diagnose your pet's medical conditions and provide customized treatment plans.

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Laser Therapy

We use cold laser therapy as a non-invasive treatment option for painful inflammatory conditions in cats and dogs.

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Geriatric Care

We provide comprehensive geriatric care for senior cats and dogs to help them feel healthy and comfortable in their old age.

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Puppy & Kitten Care

We provide guidance, advice, and the highest quality of veterinary care during your puppy or kitten's critical first year of life.

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Miller-Clark Animal Hospital

Caring for your beloved companions in Mamaroneck.

Address & Hours

Miller Clark Animal Hospital proudly serves patients in Mamaroneck and beyond.

Hospital Hours

  • Monday:08:00 am - 05:00 pm
  • Tuesday:08:00 am - 05:00 pm
  • Wednesday:08:00 am - 05:00 pm
  • Thursday:08:00 am - 05:00 pm
  • Friday:08:00 am - 05:00 pm
  • Saturday:Closed
  • Sunday:Closed

Phone

(914) 698-1756

Address

1621 Harrison Ave Mamaroneck NY 10543 US

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Pet Care Advice

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Welcoming New & Existing Clients & Their Pets.

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