Welcome to Meadow Veterinary Hospital

We are a full-service veterinary facility, ready to attend to all of your pet’s healthcare needs.

Meadow Veterinary Hospital, located in White Plains, New York, is a general veterinary practice facility. We offer complete medical care for your canine and feline family members. Our mission is simple. We want to help you maintain that deep family bond with your pet loved-ones. We accomplish this through health and wellness, preventive medicine and a proactive approach to the management of illness.

The goal of our White Plains, New York animal hospital is to exceed your expectations with expert care, compassion and service.


Contact & Directions

    1600 Mamaroneck Avenue
    White Plains, NY 10605

    (914) 949-1115


    [email protected]


    Monday-Friday: 8am – 6pm
    Saturday: 8am – 1pm
    Sunday: Closed


    Veterinary Emergency Group
    (914) 949 – 8779

Blog Updates

As we continue our Holiday drive for Paws Crossed Animal Rescue, take a minute to meet Mamacita and Boone. Mamacita is a 2 year old female cat and as sweet as can be. She is gentle, affectionate and loving, gets along great with every person and cat she meets and greets everyone with plenty of ...delicate purrs. Boone is a 2 year old male dog-always ready for a walk amongst the falling leaves ... and a good joke (check out that cheeky smile)! Boone and Mamacita are available for adoption and would love a happy home for the Holidays. Care to donate? See below for wish lists and a link for monetary donations. We are collecting through Monday, 12/18.

Link for Monetary Donations - https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=KYWD2SNE83RZ6
Wishlist - https://www.pawscrossedny.org/.../5650db...
Amazon Wishlist - https://a.co/bXT4r02

We are aware of current news reports regarding a “mystery respiratory illness” in dogs and wanted to share some information. We have not been seeing cases here at the practice but advise that all dog owners keep their dog’s vaccines for DHPP, Bordetella and Influenza up to date.

...Specialist J. Scott Weese, DVM, DVSc, DACVM noted, “This is an outbreak of media attention piggybacked on a somewhat increased rate of disease that we’ve been seeing over the past year.”

This is neither a panemic nor an alarming outbreak, but, as always, if you observe or suspect any respiratory issues in your pet, please contact us to schedule an evaluation.

You can find further info from the New York State Veterinary Medical Society below.

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Updates on Mystery Canine Respiratory Disease


Today, we officially kick off our annual Holiday Drive. This year, we are collecting for Paws Crossed Animal Rescue. See below for a list of items needed and helpful inks for ordering items or for monetary donations. We'll be collecting items at the office between today and Monday, 12/18. Help... us give these four legged friends a nice Holiday while they wait for forever families.

Link for Monetary Donations - https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=KYWD2SNE83RZ6

Wishlist - https://www.pawscrossedny.org/_files/ugd/5650db_e0aee11e94d34d36879dcebcefb5bfed.pdf

Amazon Wishlist - https://a.co/bXT4r02

While we all know that overfeeding can cause our pet loved ones to become obese, some underlying factors and behaviors can contribute as well. #PetObesityAwareness

November is Obesity Awareness Month. Obesity in our pet loved ones can be sneaky and hard to accept, but it can cause major health complications if not addressed properly. See below for symptoms to be aware of when observing your pet family members. #PetObesityAwareness

It's Halloween Season and a good time for reminders about keeping our pet family members safe and happy. It's also a good time for cute pictures.
#HalloweenSafety #petsafety