At Islip Animal Hospital, we take pride in the service we provide—offering personalized care for all pets, staying up-to-date with all veterinary practices, tools, and equipment; and providing the best animal health care available. We have been serving the pets of Suffolk County, South Shore and the Islip Communities since 1986.
Our goal is to exceed all and every expectation you have by providing excellent veterinary care for your cherished family pet. We are committed to caring for your pet throughout their entire life—from their first puppy or kitten exam, to their regular senior exams. Your pet will have everything he or she needs at our hospital. Islip Animal Hospital is now offering in-house ultrasound and echo cardiology. All studies are reviewed by board certified radiologists and cardiologists.
Please call us today with any questions or concerns regarding your pet’s health or behavior, or to schedule an appointment with one of our veterinarians!
Islip Animal Hospital follows all CDC, state, and local government safety guidelines to prevent the exposure and transmission of COVID-19, including maintaining a distance of 6 feet when possible, hand washing and masks. We request that our clients wear masks, follow the 6 feet social distancing recommendation and alert us if: 1. they have traveled from a country, state or county where COVID-19 is increasing, (2) recently attend or have attended large social or mass gatherings, (3) have self-quarantined during the last 14 days, or (4) had known exposure to COVID-19 during the last 14 days.
At Islip Animal Hospital, our team of veterinarians are well-trained and experienced to diagnose and treat a number of illnesses and conditions that could compromise the quality of life of your dog. Whether you have a new puppy or a senior dog, our veterinarians are here to help you through every stage.
Islip Animal Hospital is a Cat Friendly Practice®! This means Less stress on feline patients and their pet parents.
Wellness exams are very important to ensure that your cat is in tip-top shape. Wellness exams are a great opportunity to speak with your veterinarian about any questions or concerns you may have regarding your cat’s health, dental care, nutrition and diet, age-related changes, training and behavior, and much more.