From the good folks at Brooklyn Heights Veterinary Hospital, we learned today that there have been at least two confirmed cases of canine influenza in our borough. They sent us this helpful link from Merck Animal Health. Although the bivalent flu vaccine is not mandated by New York City or State, BHVH recommends that all dogs […]
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The good folks at Brooklyn Heights Veterinary Hospital tell us that the lovely Eloise, a nine-month-old Siberian cat, has gone missing in the neighborhood. She was last seen on Willow Street. She weighs four pounds and is microchipped. Post here or contact BHVH at 718 624 1200 if you see her.
Update, June 3, 11 am: Bruno was found last night in a neighbor’s garden. Welcome home, Bruno! The good news is that Rosie was found early, early this morning and returned to her relieved owner. The bad news is that another neighborhood feline escaped his carrier on the way to Brooklyn Heights Veterinary Hospital this […]
Update: the good folks at BHVH posted on their Facebook page this morning that Bailey is home. Our friends at Brooklyn Heights Veterinary Hospital alerted us on Facebook this morning to this missing dog, who got off her leash this morning. More details if they become available… Please call 917 656 4074 if you’ve […]
Nine months after its first scheduled re-opening, the veterinary office at the corner of Hicks and Cranberry is throwing open its distinctive red door to greet the Brooklyn Heights animal-loving community. Dr. Heather Thomson purchased the practice, long a neighborhood veterinary fixture, in November of 2013, and after operating for a year, closed for what […]
From the good folks at Brooklyn Heights Veterinary Hospital–whose major overhaul at 59 Hicks is nearly at an end…stay tuned for updates here… This sweet little lady is looking for a home. Toots is a friendly stray who recently had four kittens in a Brooklyn basement. The babies all have been adopted, and now it’s […]
Dr. Heather Thomson of Brooklyn Heights Veterinary Hospital writes with news of possible stray voltage on the north side of Pineapple Street between Henry and Hicks. She’s heard reports of eight dogs getting minor shocks, none requiring hospitalization. Reportedly, ConEd has been notified but hasn’t yet assessed/remedied the problem. Posting this just to get the word out so […]
Brooklyn Heights pet-owners rejoiced when the little space on the corner of Hicks and Cranberry, too-long dormant, began to show signs of life. A Heights institution for pet care, the veterinary practice had closed following the retirement first of founder Dr. Bernard Wasserman and later Dr. Richard Turoff, and in between the departure of Dr. […]
Dr. Heather Thomson from Brooklyn Heights Veterinary Hospital contacted BHB to let us know about a couple of neighborhood dogs that have had recent run-ins with rat poisoning in Cadman Plaza. Fortunately, both dogs are going to be fine. Dr. Thomson has treated two dogs that ingested warfarin, an anti-coagulant commonly used as rat poisoning. […]
This update from Dr. Heather Thomson of the Brooklyn Heights Veterinary Hospital at 59 Hicks Street:
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