Welcome to Meadow Veterinary Hospital

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

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Contact & Directions

  • VISIT US
    1600 Mamaroneck Avenue
    White Plains, NY 10605
  • CALL US

    (914) 949-1115

  • EMAIL US

    [email protected]

  • HOURS OF OPERATION

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

  • AFTER HOUR EMERGENCIES

    Veterinary Emergency Group
    (914) 949 – 8779

Blog Updates


Lyme disease can be hard to spot. The disease often does not make itself known for a long time after a bite from an infected tick. See below for symptoms to look for and contact us with any questions or if you suspect Lyme in your pet loved one.
#lymedisease #safety

Spring prompts us to turn our focus to tick-borne disease, specifically Lyme. The below article from the AVMA is a good reminder about how the disease is transmitted. It's also smart to add a tick check to your routine at the end of any outdoor activity. See below for the most common places to... look for ticks on your pet and contact us if you suspect any Lyme symptoms in your furry family member.
https://www.avma.org/resources/pet-owners/petcare/lyme-disease-pet-owners-guide

For our final post about Heartworm Prevention Month, we'll discuss treatment. While ultimately, prevention is the goal, there are treatments that can help if an infection is detected early. In healthy dogs, early detection can help avoid serious complications that can arise from treatment. The... goal of treatment is to eliminate any adult worms present in your pet and will require a lot of rest for your dog both during and after treatments and other medications may be needed to control any inflammatory response as the worms are dispelled. While there are currently no treatments available for cats that contract it, with proper methods, heartworm disease is 100% preventable in dogs and cats. Call us with questions or to schedule an appointment.

Next for Heartworm Prevention month - Heartworm prevention is not just for dogs. Proper measures help cats and other indoor pets alike. Because lab tests done by your veterinarian can only detect the presence of adult female worms in your dog, regular monthly treatment is critical to prevention of ...full blown disease and protecting all of your household pets. Learn more below:
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Our recommendations for at home monthly heartworm prevention include routine administration of Heartgard Plus or Interceptor Plus. We also recommend yearly test for Heartworm Disease, or testing if preventive medications have been discontinued for 3 months or longer.

Contact us to make an appointment or if you have any questions about heartworm and your pet.

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Heartworm lifecycle and heartworm prevention for dogs

What is heartworm disease in dogs, and how do dogs get heartworms? Watch to learn all about the heartworm lifecycle, and how just one bite from a...

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April is Heartworm Awareness Month - Heartworm is a progressive disease that is stealthy in nature as symptoms may not show in the early stages. Any pet exposed to mosquitos should be regularly tested by your veterinarian – we recommend lab testing every six months combined with monthly at-home ...medication to be sure your dog and any other pets in your home are properly protected. Learn more below:
https://youtu.be/u1LWma6UqCE

Our recommendations for at home monthly heartworm prevention include routine administration of Heartgard Plus or Interceptor Plus. We also recommend yearly tests for Heartworm Disease, or testing if preventive medications have been discontinued for 3 months or longer.

Contact us to make an appointment or if you have any questions about Heartworm prevention.

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Heartworm Prevention Always in Season Says American Heartworm Society

The American Heartworm Society reminds pet owners to protect their pets from heartworm all year...

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Our final post for poison prevention month is about mushrooms. Some varieties are not edible and the Amanita variety can be quite dangerous. They can also be quite colorful/attractive. Keeping yards free of all mushrooms and steering clear on walks is the safest way to go.

If you suspect ...your pet has been poisoned, call us at 914-949-1115 or the APCC hotline at 888-426-4435 immediately.

Poison Prevention Month continues with common household products that can cause harm to our pet family members. Be on the lookout for these sneaky items that seem safe when they are not.

If you suspect your pet has been poisoned, call us at 914-949-1115 or the APCC hotline at 888-426-4435... immediately.

As part of Pet Poison Prevention week, we'd like to share some info regarding some popular garden plants that can be harmful to our pets. Many of the flowers that make our Spring gardens beautiful can also make our pets sick, including some favorites like daffodils, tulips and hyacinth. ...Symptoms from ingestion can range from vomiting and abdominal pain to tremors and shock. Best to be sure your pet loved ones enjoy the Spring bloom from a distance.

If you suspect your pet has been poisoned, call us at 914-949-1115 or the APCC hotline at 888-426-4435 immediately.