University Animal Hospital
354 E 66th St, New York, NY 10065
Specialties: Felines, Cats, Doggies, Kittens, Canines
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11/20/2008Provided by Citysearch -
My mini doxie just reached her one-year mark and I am so glad that she went through that first year of puppydom under the care of Dr. Zola and University Animal Hospital. I can honestly say, my dog LOVES going to the vet. She perks up when Dr. Zola enters the room, and even before that, when his assistant signs us in and tells Dailey how cute she is. My dog has been happy and healthy, and I enjoy the clean environment where we spend our visits. I'm appreciative of University Animal Hospital's willingness to book appointments quickly, when Dailey needs something in a pinch.
03/03/2012Provided by Citysearch -
I found UAH through American Kennels (Pet store on Lex across/up from Bloomies). 61'2 yrs ago when I adopted my new Maltese puppy. UAH was the Vet they used. I was living on the ES then so it was convenient . But I really chose to stick with them because Oliver was so perfectly healthy and I never had single ""new puppy"" health issue from the day we took him home. Dr Zola truly cares! He takes time with each patient, actually explains and educates you about your pet's health and how to care best for him/her. Also...Because I believe in Natural Medicine, I don't permit Oliver to be vaccinated or take drugs unless Absolutely necessary. Dr Zola is very respectful of that and always works with me. Not to mention his GREAT sense of humor and friendly smile! We live on the WS now, so its not as convenient to get there anymore. But I still bring Oliver crosstown to UAH and always will because Dr Zola is truly the BEST in my book...and Oliver agrees! Woof, Woof! PS- A bit pricy but WORTH IT!
03/06/2012Provided by Citysearch -
I really enjoy the reception staff at University Animal Hospital. This is my first pet, so I don't know if I am getting ripped off, but it is pricey. I appreciate Dr. Zolov and his demeanor when he diagnoses my doggies, but he didn't end up neutering my dogs, someone else did. That was disappointing.\n\nHUGE BONUS: They have later appointments for the working mother of two smile
11/24/2008Provided by Citysearch -
If you are a first time -- and somewhat nervous -- pet owner (like I was), then I urge you to put your trust in Dr. Zola and his team at University Animal Hospital. When my 4-pound, 9-month old Maltese wasn't feeling well, the folks at UAH took great care of him (and they kept me calm as well). I can't single out one doctor, technician, or assistant over another because they are all great. The hospital is sterile but the people that work there aren't. Everyone is on a first name basis which makes for a friendly and relaxed environment. It's great to walk in and be greeted by people who know me and my puppy. This was especially comforting when my ""little boy"" was unwell.
02/03/2009Provided by Citysearch -
JAKE IS NOW MY THIRD WEIMARANER, AFTER SHEBA & TALIA. DR. ZOLA & I GO BACK OVER 25 YEARS. I HAVE HAD ONLY GOOD EXPERIENCES WITH DR. ZOLA AND HIS ASSOCIATES AND OFFICE STAFF.\nI WAS OUT OF WORK WHEN TALIA TOOK SERIOUSLY ILL AT AGE 8. DR. ZOLA WAS EXTRAORDINARY IN HIS KINDNESS IN TREATING BOTH TALIA AND ME FAIRLY. HE DID NOT TAKE $$$ ADVANTAGE OF MY EXTREMELY VULNERABLE POSITION IN WANTING TO DO 'ANYTHING' TO SAVE MY PRECIOUS FRIEND'S LIFE. HE WORKED CLOSELY WITH ME WHEN WE BROUGHT IN A HOLISTIC VET TO PARTNER WITH US, AND DR. ZOLA HELPED SAVE TALIA'S LIFE. TOGETHER, WE KEPT HER TOTALLY HEALTHY & ALIVE FOR ANOTHER LONG 4.5 YEARS. HE WAS EXTREMELY COMPASSIONATE WITH ME & MY DOGS, WHEN IT WAS TIME TO PUT DOWN BOTH SHEBA (13.5) & TALIA (12.5). i AM VERY VERY THANKFUL TO DR. ZOLA AND HIS STAFF AND ASSOCIATES. JAKE IS NOW 9 AND IS VERY HEALTHY. THANK YOU DR. ZOLA.
03/07/2012Provided by Citysearch -
Every pet owner knows that when an animal is ailing, the whole household turns upside down. Worries? Enough for a landfill, So at University Animal Hospital on the Upper East Side, where I almost take for granted the totally up-to-date knowledge and superior skills of their doctors, I am more than grateful for the genuine concern they seen to have about their patient's progress. They really do seem to care. As do the front-desk people and the technicians I've met in the back. \n\nWhen, after a long battle, my elderly cat finally exhausted her ninth life, one of the ladies at the front desk knew that I did - yet did not - want another animal. But then one night an abandoned cat scratched at her back door (word does get around, and somehow strays always seem to know her address). She called me and told me that this tuxedo cat - all dressed up with nowhere in the world to go - seemed unusually affectionate and in need of a safe haven. She didn't pressure me and could not have been more tactful. Just try him out and see, she said. I did try him out and of course I did see. Teddy is a treasure. \n\nThen when a year or so later Teddy was briefly hospitalized in their excellent facility, one of the doctors happened to see us checking out (not the doctor who had treated Teddy). Yet he knew all about the cat's problems and assured me that Teddy was so much better and eagerly gobbling down his food. Then another employee walked by. She saw Teddy in his carrier. ""Oh,"" she said with a big smile, ""that's the cat I've been kissing every morning.""\n\nA new cat? A cured cat? A kissed cat? What more could you want from an animal hospital?
03/13/2012Provided by Citysearch -
Dr Zola is truely an outstanding vet and is very passonite about the well being of his patients. I've been bringing my dogs to Dr Zola for over 16 years and couldn't even imagine going any where else. His attention to detail and thoroughness of his examinations are second to none. One would only have to visit him one time to support this premise. Dr Zola also has an excellent support staff that makes each visit special. If you haven't already done so, I would highly recommend visiting University Animal Hospital for outstanding vetenerian services. Sincerely, MASON!