An Announcement from Dr. John:


And so, the time has come to announce my official retirement from my role as a full time Veterinary Medical Director effective 5/1/24. 

I have spent many hours thinking of how to say “Thank You” for the business, and the trust you have placed in me other the years but far more, for the friendships that have grown over time.  Please accept my sincere and utmost gratitude.   

As I am retiring from my role as Medical Director, I will be taking a few months off to unwind.  I plan on returning on a limited basis down the road.

Please feel confident that I am leaving you in good hands and look forward to seeing you again in the future.

John A Credaroli Jr., DVM


From the Staff:

Please stop by the hospital between 1:30pm – 4:30pm on Saturday afternoon April 13th   for refreshments and photos as we celebrate and say farewell to Dr Credaroli as he takes a step down from his role as Veterinary Medical Director.

Urgent Care


Urgent care illnesses are not life-threatening and do not require surgery or a hospital stay. However, they do require prompt action.

Bring your pet in if you notice any of the below examples:

  • Minor wounds and lacerations

  • Diarrhea

  • Broken toenails

  • Urinary tract infections in FEMALE pets (straining to urinate in male pets is a potential emergency!)

  • Anal gland issues

  • Minor allergic reactions (hives)

  • Vomiting and/or diarrhea

  • Eye, ear, & skin issues (scratching, rashes, etc.)

  • Coughing without respiratory distress

  • Lameness, limping, difficulty walking

  • Porcupine quills

If you have a life-threatening emergency, please contact one of the following 24/7 hospitals nearest you:


Katonah Bedford Veterinary Center
546 N Bedford Rd #117
Bedford Hills, NY 10507 

Guardian Veterinary Specialists
4 Hardscrabble Heights
Brewster, NY 10509

Animal Specialty Center
9 Odell Plaza
Yonkers NY, 10701

Cornell University Veterinary Specialists
880 Canal Street
Stamford CT, 06902

In the event that your pet has ingested or gotten into something potentially hazardous to them, please give us a call right away. If we are closed, please visit the Pet Poison Helpline website or give them a call at 855-764-7661.

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