In Tribeca, Worth Street Veterinary Center focuses on holistic care for pets
by anne kristoff
Because you want the very best for your furry and feathered friends Worth Street Veterinary Center
77 Worth St.
646-693-6460 worthstreetvet.com With a focus on holistic care, this Tribeca practice takes the time to get to know you and your pet before treatment with warm, old-school care combined with modern day diagnostic skills. Whether it's a regular exam or a complex surgical procedure, you can be sure this team will consider the whole animal, considering nutritional therapy, botanical alternatives, acupuncture or natural supplements in addition to mainstream care. Housed in a LEED-certified space, this is a great practice for busy pet owners. The practice offers drop-off exams and Skype consultations. At Home Veterinary
Upper East Side
646-688-3087 athomevet.com Although based on the UES, Dr. Jonathan Leshanski travels throughout Manhattan and to some parts of Queens and Brooklyn. Leshanski started his home-based veterinary service in 1997 to present an alternative to owners and pets who might not be able to make it out to an office. He offers everything from wellness and health checkups to vaccinations and microchipping, and he even practices acupuncture and Chinese medicine. New York Cat Hospital
143 Freedom Pl.
212-535-6369 newyorkcathospital.com Dr. Peter Soboroff's lifelong love of cats led him to open the New York Cat Hospital in 2006. Some have even called him “the cat whisperer” for his specialized, comprehensive knowledge with a feline focus. Dr. Soboroff and his friendly staff work with both pet and owner to establish trust and understand what it takes to get even the most skittish cats the care they need. The practice also offers premium boarding services and works with local feline rescue groups to place adoptable cats and kittens in loving homes.