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Welcome to Animal Medicine & Surgery of
Little Neck

Your Veterinarian in Little Neck, NY
Call us at 718-423-5038

Welcome to Animal Medicine & Surgery of Little Neck. Since 1974 we have been committed to providing the highest quality of preventive care because your pet's health is our ultimate goal.

We cater to all our clients' needs, and provide cutting-edge diagnostic skills and tools in a clean and comfortable environment that is non-threatening to your pet.

Please take a moment to browse through our web site to learn more about us and the services that we can provide you and your pets.

If you have any questions or comments, please feel free to contact us, or send us an e-mail.

We look forward to hearing from you.

Dedicated To Providing State-Of-The-Art, Friendly Service In A Pain-Free Environment For Our Patients.


Dr. Edward Parver
Little Neck Veterinarian | Animal Medicine & Surgery of Little Neck | 718-423-5038

47-41 Little Neck Parkway
Little Neck, NY 11362

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