Help AMC say "YES" to more rescue animals in need of specialty care like Gus 💗🐶💗 We're trying to raise $50,000 for our #AMCtotheRescue fund by August 26th, National Dog Day 😘🐕 To contribute, visit: bit.ly/AMCSaysYes 📸: @rescuzillanyc@pibblegus
We're so happy that Chocolate's made a full recovery from his stomatitis thanks to Dr. Riback and the AMC Dental team. 😻🙌 🍫 “He's like a different cat," says @original_crazy_cat_lady. "Now he's a happy-go-lucky guy!" As a rescue animal, Chocolate's care was covered by our #AMCtotheRescue fund. To help us continue to provide medical care to rescue animals in need, visit: bit.ly/AMCSaysYes
Did you know that 1 in 3 pets are lost in their lifetime?
A microchip could mean the difference between a happy reunion and a devastating loss.
Be sure to check your pet's microchip once a year to make sure your info is current!
For more resources, visit: amcny.org/helpful-resources
Help AMC say "YES" to more rescue animals in need of specialty care like Gus! We're trying to raise $50,000 for our AMC to the Rescue fund by August 26th, National Dog Day. To contribute, visit: bit.ly/AMCSaysYes 📽️: @rescuzillanyc
#UsdanTuesdayTips As the weather gets warmer, bodies of water may start to develop blue-green algae, which can harm your pet. Don't let your dog swim in or drink from areas where the water is green, blue-green, yellow, brown, or red. Also avoid water where blue or green pond scum is floating or has clumped along the shore. If your pet drinks this water, call your vet immediately! Check your local parks website to see if blue-green algae is a problem in your area. If you're in NYC, read more at the link in our bio!
Thank you to everyone who came out to visit us at #SummerStreets 2019! And a BIG thank you to our volunteers from our Dentistry service, who performed 59 dental exams yesterday!! To learn more about the dental care we offer to pets of all kinds, visit our website at amcny.org/dentistry
Wrapping up International Assistance Dog Week with this 1949 photo of an AMC client and his guide dog from our archives 📸🐶❤️ To learn more about AMC's non-profit mission and the care we donate to service animals, visit amcny.org/our-impact
#UsdanTuesdayTips Ever wondered why a "hot spot" is "hot"? If your pet has ever had one, you know that the area feels hot to the touch. This is caused by the inflammation of the skin, which also causes the redness. If your pet has a hot spot, prevent them from licking or scratching the area until you can see your veterinarian by putting on an e-collar, donut collar, or t-shirt on the area. For more info on hot spots, visit our blog at amcny.org/blog!