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

June is Adopt a Cat Month. In honor of our feline friends, we are taking some time to highlight information about adopting a cat. In this post, we cover the benefits of adopting. The fact that they're super cute is already understood. #adoptacatmonth

For our final post about therapy dogs, we cover the effects of dog and animal-based therapies. Animals in general, and dogs in particular, truly are healers and we’re grateful for them every day. #animaltherapy

For part two of our series on therapy dogs, we take a look at what it takes to become a therapy animal. Today, dogs and their owners go through a rigorous process to be sure both are suited to the work. See the below article for more information about a typical 7-week training program in New York.... https://newyorktherapyanimals.org/join-us/ #animaltherapy

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May is Therapy Dog Appreciation Month. We are taking some time to shed some light on Therapy Dogs and their contribution to health care, beginning with the origins of animals and the medical community. #animaltherapy

Why do dogs bite? It's important to understand the reasoning and situations that may cause a dog to bite. See below for information on why dogs bite. #dogbiteprevention

April shines a light on dog bite prevention. Any dog can bite. It is not the dog's breed that determines whether or not he/she will bite, but its history and behavior. The majority of dog bites are preventable and there are many measures that can be taken, both in and outside of the home, that... can aid in prevention. See the below infographic for more info and stay tuned to learn more. #dogbiteprevention