New Castle Veterinary Hospital

30 North Greeley Avenue
Chappaqua, NY 10514

(914)238-8100

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Is Your Indoor Cat Completely Safe? Think Again…

Photo by Dr. Teri Ann Oursler

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Lab Values

Lab results can be affected by the medications your pet is taking and by the timing of the test in relation to food ingestion, so always ask if your pet should ...

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Lipomas (Fatty Lumps)

A lipoma is a soft, round, moveable lump or bump of fatty tissue under the skin. Because they do not cause pain, infection, or hair loss, they’re usually spotte ...

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Pacemakers

Why Would my Pet Need a Pacemaker?Normally, the heart sends a repetitive electrical signal through its muscle cells, which stimulates the muscle to contract an ...

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Xylitol Toxicosis

What is Xylitol?Xylitol is a white, crystalline sugar alcohol that is used as a sugar substitute sweetener in many products. In the United States, the use of x ...

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Our Understanding of a Disease Changes over Time

The diagnosis was like slamming into a brick wall from a fast speed.Today, any veterinarian who recommends immediate euthanasia without offering any options ne ...

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