A list of ferret vets in New York in towns A — I

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(Ferret Vets in New York – I’m always happy to add sites which have been recommended by other ferret owners so if you have a good ferret vet who is not listed here, please let me know and I’ll put the details on this page … I reckon it’s great to have a list of vets we know are good so that if our ferrets ever get sick, we’ll feel comfortable in the knowledge that our pets will get the best treatment possible from a vet who knows what he’s doing!)

 

Akron

Akron Animal Hospital

 

Albany

Central Veterinary Hospital

 

Amherst

Northtown Animal Hospital

 

Amsterdam

Amsterdam Animal Hospital (Kimberly Ellis, DVM )

 

Baldwin

Baldwin Animal Hospital

 

Baldwinsville

Animal Ark Veterinary Hospital (Dr Ed Spindel)

Beaver Lake Animal Hospital (Sandra J Fitzpatrick, DVM) (Listed on the AFA vets’ page)

 

Ballston Spa

Ballston Spa Veterinary Clinic

Harmony Veterinary Clinic (Dr Janis Kohler)

 

Bayside

Bayside Animal Clinic

 

Bedford Hills

Veterinary Center for Birds & Exotics (Laurie Hess, DVM) (Listed on the AFA vets’ page) (A ferret owner said that Dr Hess continues to be a fabulous ferret vet, combining great expertise and compassion)

 

Binghamton Area

All Pets Veterinary Home Care (Dr John T Shokoff)

 

Brewerton

Cicero Animal Clinic (Kimberly Cargill, DVM)

 

Brockport

Brockport Animal Hospital (Allen Edwards, DVM) (Highly recommended by a ferret owner who says that “Dr Edwards is working with Deslorelin implants for adrenal disease in ferrets”)

 

Bronx

Riverdale Veterinary Group

 

Brooklyn

Animal Clinic of Canarsie (Peter Gusmorino, DVM)

Hope Animal Hospital

Hope Veterinary Services (Dr Pamela Edwards)

 

Burnt Hills

Burnt Hills Veterinary Hospital

 

Camillus

Camillus Animal Clinic

 

Campbell Hall

Otterkill Animal Hospital

 

Center Moriches

Center Moriches Veterinary Hospital

 

Clarence

Specialized Care for Avian & Exotic Pets (Laura Wade, DVM)

 

Colonie

Colonie Animal Hospital

 

Commack & Selden

AES Animal Emergency Service *Please call ahead

 

Corning

Towne & Country Veterinary Hospital (Michael F Cary, DVM)

 

Croton-on-Hudson

Croton Animal Hospital (Mark Gustavson, DVM)

 

Deer Park

Deer Park Animal Hospital (Cindy Meyer, DVM & Carmine Boccia, DVM)

 

East Aurora

Seneca Animal Hospital (Carl Tomaschke, DVM) (Listed on the AFA vets’ page)

 

East Amherst

All Creatures Animal Hospital (Alexandra Adamcak, DVM, Dipl ABVP (Avian)) (Highly recommended by a ferret owner who says … “She is amazing. She specializes in exotic pets and birds (in the US ferrets are considered exotic pets). She is extremely knowledgable and is always willing to discuss my questions over the phone as well. I recommend her to everyone that has a ferret that is sick or needs surgery”)

 

Far Rockaway

RockAway Animal Clinic

 

Fishkill

A Cat’s Place Veterinary Hospital (Andrea Guazzo, DVM)

 

Forest Hills

Boulevard Animal Clinic

 

Fort Plain

Fort Plain Animal Hospital *Select veterinarians only. Call for more information.

 

Glen Head

Brookville Animal Hospital (Dr Jeffrey Krasnoff)

 

Great Neck

Long Island Birds & Exotics Veterinary Clinic (Shachar Malka, DVM, DABVP)

Terrace Animal Clinic

 

Hampton Bays

Shinnecock Animal Hospital (Kelly Tierney, DVM)

 

Hempstead

Animal Medical Hospital and Bird Clinic (Dr Katarina Valen)

 

Highland

Compassion Veterinary Center (Karen A Bennett, DVM & Les Scherr, DVM)

 

Holbrook

Sachem Animal Hospital and Wellness Center (Barry A Lissman, DVM)

 

Hopewell Junction

Hopewell Animal Hospital (Dr Less Scherr)

 

Hudson Valley

Hudson Valley Animal Hospital

 

Huntington

Island Exotic Veterinary Care (Heidi Hoefer, DVM) (Dr Hoefer is a well known ferret vet)

 

Ithaca

Cayuga Pet Hospital (Bonnie L Muffoletto, DVM)

Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine Companion Animal Hospital

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(Last updated August 2015)

 


DISCLAIMER: The vets listed have either been recommended, or have advised me personally that they are happy to treat ferrets, or have mentioned that they treat ferrets, exotic pets &/or pocket pets on their website. However I have no firsthand knowledge of how experienced any of the vets are with ferrets.
It is up to you to make sure that you are happy with the treatment your ferret is getting from your vet. If you have any doubts at all, please think about getting a second opinion so that you know that your pet is getting the best possible treatment available.


 

While I have made every effort to ensure that the information contained on my page is free from error, I don’t warrant the accuracy, adequacy or completeness of this information.

2 thoughts on “A list of ferret vets in New York in towns A — I”

  1. i have a ferret that has a large knob at the end of his tail. Started out BB size and has grown to peanut sz. I would like to have that removed. I live near Syracuse, New York. Thank You

  2. Hi Raymond
    It sounds like your ferret has a chordoma …

    http://www.all-about-ferrets.com/chordoma-in-ferrets.html

    I have gone through one section of my NY Ferret Vets and found that there is a ferret vet in Syracuse …

    https://www.syracusevet.com/

    I’ve updated that page today so if you can’t find someone in Syracuse, then please check all the other vets which you know are nearby. Apologies but I am in Western Australia so don’t really know the layout of cities in NY State ?
    Hugs to your little boy from their new buddies down under ❤
    Cheers
    ~Nona

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