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    In case of an emergency after hours, call (914) 666-8061. At that time, you will be advised as to the availability of one of our doctors to handle your particular emergency, or you will be directed to an emergency veterinary hospital. If the problem is truly urgent, you should proceed immediately to an emergency hospital. The closest emergency hospitals to most of our clients are:

    Animal Specialty Center
    (914) 457-4000
    9 Odell Plaza
    Yonkers, NY
    (Westchester County’s most comprehensive 24 hour care facility)

    Westchester Veterinary Emergency Group
    (914) 949-8779
    193 Tarrytown Rd
    White Plains, NY

    Katonah- Bedford Emergency Service
    (914) 241-7700
    546 N. Bedford Rd
    Bedford Hills, NY


              **Just a note to say how much EACH and EVERY one of you are appreciated for everything you do for all of our animals. The kindness, care, and expertise and patience you ALL show are not overlooked-from those who answer the phones at the front desk, to those who help me carry the animals in from the parking lot, to the great vet techs, to Maritza's skill,  knowledge and friendliness to the BEST two vets around, Dr. Fox and Dr. H., THANK YOU, THANK YOU FOR BEING THE WONDERFUL TEAM THAT YOU ALL ARE!!  We are lucky to have you caring for our beloved pets!!  


              **We sent to see Dr. Fox for a second opinion on our dog's ACL surgery.  He was highly recommended by two colleagues.  We understand why he and the practice gets such glowing remarks.  Dr. Fox thoroughly explained the differences in the types of surgery available, pros/cons, expected recovery and long term expectations, medications and supplements.  We choose Dr. Fox and were very happy!  Our dog did very well.  Out post op appointments were with Dr. Hanovich and we were further impressed.  Approximately six weeks after the first ACL surgery, our dog tore her other ACL.  She is a Pitt mix and the second most common dog to have the problem.  We were previously educated on this by Dr. Fox.  If this should happen to your dog, there is a 50% chance of this occurring to the other leg. We had such a great experience with the practice and Dr. Hanovich that we choose him to do the next surgery.  The practice is friendly, spends a lot of time with the pet and parents.  If there was any questions, I always called and had my answers given.  If need be the Doctor called back.    Very pleased with the office staff, assistants, techs and the Doctors.  - Patrica C.


              **Growing up, we used to take our childhood pets to Fine Animal Hospital - when Dr Fine was still there. Dr Fox was a young, whip-smart veterinarian, and we were pleased to stay on as he took over the practice. I remember his compassion when our dog became ill while we were out of town and how he teared up with us when she did not make it. A truly empathetic and caring man. Although my parents had long since moved, when I moved back to the area nearly 15 years later, I was thrilled to see that the practice was still open. There is no where else I'd want to take my cat. Because of our busy schedules, we see whichever vet or tech is available for our timeframe. Because of that, we have rotated through probably the entire staff over the past 9 years. Every person emulates the same care, compassion, thoroughness, and integrity that Dr. Fox continues to bring to the group. There is not one I would not recommend. All are great! Plus, I appreciate how the practice has become more technology enabled over the years. I can now book and change appointments online, which furthers the convenience. I highly recommend Fine Animal Hospital to all dog and cat owners.   -Ellen S. 

  • Appointments

    To allow enough time to accommodate all patients and schedule procedures, we see patients by appointment only. We make every effort to see each patient on time. Occasionally appointments are delayed due to emergencies and surgical procedures running over-time.


    All dogs must be kept on a short leash, especially in the waiting room and while outside the animal hospital.

    All cats must be kept in a secure cat carrier or on a leash.