Non-Anesthetic Dental Cleanings

A novel and remarkable service EXCLUSIVELY offered at Mamaroneck Veterinary Hospital

Reisling Before Non-Anesthetic Dental Cleaning. . . Yuck!!


Lab After

Ask about our Non-Anesthetic Dental Cleanings for dogs and cats. Schedule an appointment to see if your pet is a candidate for this novel and important service. We also provide traditional dental care under general anesthesia for our patients requiring deeper intervention in their treatment plan, including digital dental radiography. We continually strive to raise the bar in providing the best and most appropriate options for preventive and reactive care for our pet patients; specific to each individual’s case.

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Winter Fun !!


The pool is covered, but PLAY TIME GOES ON !!



During the cooler months, we cover our doggy pool with an astroturf cap for split-level romping and play.  Under the supervision of our pet caretakers and counselors, our canine guests chase balls and chew toys, run, interact, and enjoy each day of group or solo fun in our large play areas.  Swim time is out for the winter, but every day is a day to enjoy!

Click here to see more information about our doggie day care program.

Laser Therapy & Digital Dental Radiography

Advanced Technologies for Diagnostics, Treatment, and Healing.

In our ongoing effort to bring effective, cutting edge, and innovative health care options to our patients, we are proud and fortunate to offer Companion Animal Class IV Laser Therapy for relief of arthritic and traumatic pain, quickened wound healing, and treatment of a wide range of inflammatory skin conditions. Click here for more information about cold laser therapy!

We have also added Digital Dental Radiography to our arsenal of advanced diagnostic tools for the best care of your pets. With this system integrated into our dental care program, we can quickly identify pathology under the gum line and create the most appropriate plan for our patients’ treatment. Digital radiography also enables us to consult rapidly with dental specialists when questions arise, and exchange images and ideas at the speed of a text message!



Recent Honors

Thank you for your support!!

We are very grateful for the truly affectionate support of our clients and community. It is a great privilege to be able to do meaningful work and to provide care for the animals that we all love so much. Your recent feedback has helped us to understand where we are succeeding most, and to make improvements in every way that we can. Thank you to all who have supported us with your on-line reviews and survey responses. Special thanks also to our Angie’s List reviewers who have earned us their Super Service Award in both veterinary care and boarding services; for our nominations as finalists in the Pet’s Best Insurance “My Vet’s the Best” national competitions; and for voting us best veterinary hospital in the 8 neighborhoods on in both 2017 and 2018. We are so appreciative of your support and recognition.



Late Appointments on Weekdays, and until 4pm on Saturdays

Reception open Sundays for boarding, day care, and medication pickups.

To increase availability to our clients and patients, we have extended drop off and pick up hours for the Pet Resort on Sundays; now open 9am to 4pm.  We still have late hours for hospital appointments too: 9am to 8pm Monday through Friday, and 9am to 4pm on Saturdays.  You can get in touch on Sundays by phone or e-mail also!  The front desk is open every weekday at 7:30am. And now, the doctor is in even more!



Winter Safety for Pets

With the winter chill here, keep your dogs & in/outdoor cats safe and healthy!

  • Keep your home humidified and towel dry your pets as soon as they come inside.
  • Never shave your dog down to the skin in winter.
  • Bring a towel on long walks to clean off stinging, irritated paws.
  • Bathe your pets as little as possible during cold spells.
  • Protect the paws by massaging petroleum jelly or other paw protectants into paw pads before going outside. Put on booties to provide even more coverage and protection.
  • Remember, if it’s too cold for you, it’s probably too cold for your pet, so keep your animals inside.