Clinic Hours: Open 7 days, 9:30 AM - 4:00 PM, by appointment only. Surgery appointments check-in between 8:30 - 9:00 AM.
Days Closed: New Year's Day, Easter, Labor Day, 4th of July, Memorial Day, Thanksgiving, Christmas Day
Adoptions: By appointment only - once a completed and approved application is processed.
Our Address: 306 E. 59th St (between 1st and 2nd Avenues), NYC 10022
Our clinic is open 7 days a week by appointment only. Payment for the exam or surgery is required at the time you schedule your appointment. This is a non-refundable, non-transferable payment.
If your pet is experiencing an emergency, or cannot wait for an appointment, please find a facility that can see your pet right away.
For all non-emergency appointments, contact us by using one of the following methods below. Due to a high volume of requests, it may take up to 72 business hours to receive a response.
Please note: Emails are answered Monday - Friday. Submission of an e-mail does not reserve an appointment. You must speak directly with an HSNY representative who will contact you to finalize your appointment.
Make sure to include your first and last name, phone number, pet's information, and the reason for your call.
Make sure to include your first and last name, pet's information, and reason for your text.
Please note: the text line is active Monday-Friday, 9 AM to 5 PM.
Our full-service veterinary hospital enables dog and cat pet owners with limited means to receive quality treatment for their pets at affordable rates. Services range from basic wellness care and spay/neuter to advanced diagnostic and surgical procedures.
The Humane Society of New York offers a full range of wellness and diagnostic care including:
When our doctors determine that surgery is required, the Humane Society of New York offers comprehensive soft tissue and basic orthopedic procedures, as well as low-cost spay and neuter services.
We recommend that your pet have regular dental checkups at least once a year. Many critical health issues such as cardiac, renal, and liver disease, can be avoided with proper pet dental care.
If you would like to make a dental appointment for your pet, an initial exam is required. Depending on the age of the pet, the Society's doctor will determine if a pre-dentistry blood test or other procedure may be necessary.