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Dr. Amy I. Attas


City Pets PLLC

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City Pets PLLC

50 W 57Th St

New York, New York 10019

United States

Company Description

City Pets is a veterinary house call service for dogs and cats living, working or visiting in Manhattan. City Pets was started in 1992 from the vision of Dr. Amy Attas who wanted to provide quality veterinary care to dogs and cats in the comfort of their ... more

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Background Information

Employment History


The Animal Medical Center Inc


Board Member
EcoHealth Alliance

Executive Board Member
Veterinary Medical Association of New York City Inc

Chief Veterinary Advisor
WebVet LLC



Masters Degree

Animal Behavior

graduate Barnard College



University of Pennsylvania

Web References (195 Total References)

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Dr. Amy Attas - Founder

Dr. Amy Attas - Founder

City Pets - Veterinarian In New York, NY USA :: Who Are We [cached]

Dr. Amy Attas

r. Attas is certified by the United States Department of Agriculture to provide domestic and international health certificates.
ut with Dr. Amy Attas from City Pets I have been able to give this gift to my dogs.
Lucy, my 10 year old yellow Labrador, nearly lost her life as a result of mishaps from three different veterinarians. s she was approaching recovery at the Animal Medical Center I was worried about where I was going to find a vet for Lucy's follow-up care and the future care for her and her sister Velvet, my black lab.
Just as panic was about to set in I overheard a fellow patient at the AMC talking about her vet and how she saved her dog's life and kept her going after a diagnosis of a serious liver ailment. knew my problems were solved. interrupted this person's discussion and walked out with a very important telephone number.
Just days later Dr. Attas and her assistant arrived at my door. hat warm, secure, and loving feeling washed over me as if it were 50 years ago. ith what seemed like the whisk of a magic wand Dr. Attas was able to get Lucy's diabetes in complete control, give the advise that had her quickly put back the weight she had lost over the previous 4 months, and get her liver enzymes back to the normal range. could see in Lucy's eyes, as she laid on her bed in her home how secure and peaceful she felt that she was now well taken care of after her long ordeal of mishaps.
Just a couple of more accolades for Dr. Attas and the staff at City Pets…I am able to communicate with the doctor via email with questions to which I get an immediate response.Questions that used to send me to the vet's office with long waits and big bills are simply answered without me ever leaving my desk with no concurrent charge.And, when Lucy had a recent set back due to a virus Dr. Attas showed up at my door early in the morning to give her fluids and to be sure all was well.

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Dr. Amy Attas

Dr. Amy Attas and her pugs.
-Dr. Amy Attas and the staff of City Pets

But ibuprofen "is a double whammy," ... [cached]

But ibuprofen "is a double whammy," said Dr. Amy Attas, my vet and founder of City Pets, a veterinary house call service.

And as for chocolate, a few chocolate bits or a chocolate chip cookie is not going to kill your dog, Dr. Attas said.
The worst, Dr. Attas said, are artificial sweeteners. Xylitol, the ingredient in most sugar-free gums, causes sugar levels to plummet in dogs, and may damage their livers too. In a paper in the Journal of the Veterinary Medical Association, researchers reported the death of four of eight dogs that had eaten xylitol-laden desserts.
Dr. Attas also warned that Easter lilies are poisonous to cats.

EcoHealth Alliance continues to ... [cached]

EcoHealth Alliance continues to attract top-level directors to its diverse Board with the addition of Dr. Amy Attas, Jeffrey Hines and Dr. James M. Hughes.

Dr. Amy Attas, is a veterinarian and founder of City Pets - a veterinarian house call practice in New York City. Dr. Attas established City Pets over a decade ago with a goal to provide top-tier veterinarian care and the convenience of house calls to a diverse clientele. Since its inception, City Pets has provided care to more than 10,000 New York City pets. Dr. Attas continues to serve as an executive board member for the Veterinary Medical Association of the City of New York where she chaired its Animal Health Committee and acted as a liaison to government agencies and other veterinarian organizations. "We are so pleased to have Dr. Attas on board, her dedication and expertise in the field of veterinary medicine is unsurpassed.
A graduate of Barnard College and the University of Pennsylvania's School of Veterinary Medicine, Dr. Attas was also recently appointed to the Board of Overseers at the school.

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