Schedule an appointment: (212) 935-0823

1147 First Avenue, New York, NY  212-935-0823

Experience. Compassion. Advanced Medicine.

By appointment only
Office Hours:
Monday:  9am-8pm
Tuesday:  9am-7pm
Wednesday:  9am-8pm
Thursday:  9am-6pm
Friday:  9am-6pm
Saturday: 9AM-4 PM
Sunday: closed

The Doctors of Sutton Animal Hospital understand the strong human-animal bond and aim to deliver the highest customer service while providing tailored veterinary care for your pet.

If you notice any of the symptoms listed below or you suspect a serious problem, get in touch with a veterinary professional immediately. 

  • Your pet is not breathing or having trouble breathing or there is no palpable heartbeat.

  • Your pet collapses, appears unconscious or suddenly can’t stand up.

  • ​Your pet has been bitten by another animal.

  • Your pet has had or is having a seizure.

  • Your pet is unable to urinate or is straining to urinate, particularly your male cat.

  • You are concerned that your pet may have broken bones.

  • Your pet is having an allergic reaction characterized by facial swelling, vomiting, difficulty breathing and/or hives.

  • Your pet is having vomiting or diarrhea that is frequent or lasts for more than 24 hours.

  • You think your pet may have ingested something toxic, such as antifreeze, rat poison, chocolate, grapes, artificial sweeteners, household cleaners or any kind of medication that wasn’t prescribed to them.

  • If your pet is squinting or having unusual ocular discharge or appears blind.

  • Your pet shows signs of pain or discomfort.

  •  Your pet has a swollen or distended abdomen.

  • Your pregnant dog or cat has gone more than three to four hours between delivering puppies or kittens.

  • Bleeding from any area of the body.

How do I know if my pet is having an emergency?

If your pet is having an emergency during hospital hours, please call us at (212) 935-0823.

If your pet is experiencing an emergency after hours, we recommend the emergency and referral hospitals listed below: