Little Neck Veterinary Clinic
& Flushing Animal Health

Dr. Patrick Kim

We provide quality care to all pets in all of Queens and the 5 Boroughs of New York City.

Yearly Veterinary Care is Important

It Can Prolong Your Pet's Life

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As loving pet owners, we believe our responsibility extends beyond merely providing food and affection to our pets. This includes ensuring our furry companions maintain their optimum health. A critical part of every pet's health regime should include yearly veterinary care, which is as essential as food and love.

Preventable diseases such as tick fever, parasites, heartworm, or even dental diseases, can hurt or significantly reduce your pet's life span. An annual veterinary check-up can help detect and prevent these conditions early, ensuring a healthy life for your pet. Vaccinations are another crucial part of preventive care, and your vet can establish a vaccine schedule depending on your pet’s age, breed, and overall health status.

Pets, especially dogs and cats, tend to hide their pain, making it difficult for pet owners to understand if they're dealing with any health issues. Regular veterinary care allows for early detection of conditions like arthritis, diabetes, and kidney and liver diseases, which can often go unnoticed until they are severe.

Yearly veterinary care enables your vet to create a complete health profile for your pet, which can be instrumental during emergencies. This profile will include relevant information like allergy status, past illnesses, vaccination status, and other significant health indicators.

Another critical aspect that pet owners often overlook is dental health. Poor dental health can lead to severe infections and diseases. Regular dental checks can keep your pet's teeth clean and healthy, preventing such complications.

Regular veterinary care promotes a healthier human-animal bond. Pets thrive in environments where they feel loved, secure, and healthy. Maintaining their health is pivotal in ensuring a happy and stress-free bond.

As your pets age, they require more frequent monitoring and preventative care. Obesity, heart disease, cancer, and other age-related conditions can be managed or even avoided with regular check-ups. 

Our Locations

Flushing Animal Health

149-36 Northern Blvd #Lower Level Flushing, New York 11354

Phone no. (718) 762-2030

Fax no.: (718) 224-6243​


Little Neck Veterinary Clinic

248-25 Northern Blvd Suite 2E Little Neck, New York 11354

Phone no.: (718) 224-7387

Fax no.: (718) 224-6243​ 


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