Logo, American Veterinary Hospital

(516) 597-4280
2373 Hempstead Turnpike, East Meadow, NY 11554

Complete Medical & Surgical Care for Your Pet

Your pet is an important member of your family, so when it has health problems, you want the best possible care for your pet. At the American Animal Hospital we provide the best medical and surgical care to resolve a variety of pet-related medical problems. If your dog or cat needs surgery, we provide you with pre- and post-operation tips to make the process go smoother.

Staff Working on Dog

Our Services include, but are not limited to:

• Ultrasound
• Digital X-Ray
• On-Screen Exam
• Complete Pharmacy
• Dental & Oral Surgery
• Microchip Implant
• Soft Tissue & Orthopedic Surgery
• In-Clinic FIV Test

• Laser for Surgery & Therapy
Electro-surgery
• Electrocardiogram
• Ophthalmic Surgery
• In-Clinic Heartworm Test
In-Clinic FeL Leukemia Test
• Complete Blood Test
• In-Clinic Canine Parvo 

  

Digital X-Rays

Filmless and timeless, digital X-rays instantly transmit images wirelessly to the computer. Images stored on the computer can be managed, printed, or emailed.


The First Visit

When you bring our dog or cat to us, we perform a thorough physical examination to determine his or her state of health. We check for external parasites (fleas, ticks, lice, ear mites) and internal parasites (tapeworm, roundworm, etc.), if you can bring a stool sample for analysis. Blood tests may also be done.

Eye Care

At the American Animal Hospital we use the following tests for better diagnoses and eye care:

• Eye Tests for Diagnosing Eye Problems
• Fluorescein Stain Identifies the Presence of Corneal Ulcers
• Schirmer Tear Test Determines the Level of Tear Production
• Ocular Pressure Detects Glaucoma
• Ophthalmoscope Helps Evaluate the Eye Chamber
   

Ear Care

Prevent ear problems in your pets with ear care help from American Veterinary Hospital. The use of ear cleaning solution on a regular basis can be helpful in maintaining your pet's ear health.


Tips for Dental Care:
 

• Yearly Dental Checkups
• Stop Pets from Chewing on Hard Materials
• Maintain a Nutritious Diet
• Provide Chew Treats
• Regular Brushing at Home
Contact us for pet medical care and veterinary surgery that extends the life of your dog or cat.