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Dr. Amy Attas I.

Veterinarian

City Pets

HQ Phone: (212) 581-7387

Email: d***@***.com

City Pets

50 W 57Th St

New York, New York 10019

United States

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Background Information

Employment History

Intern

The Animal Medical Center Inc

Affiliations

Executive Board Member
Veterinary Medical Association of New York City Inc

Chief Veterinary Advisor
WebVet LLC

Founder
CityPetsVet.com

Education

DVM

master

University of Pennsylvania

Web References (195 Total References)


But ibuprofen "is a double whammy," ...

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

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And as for chocolate, a few chocolate bits or a chocolate chip cookie is not going to kill your dog, Dr. Attas said.
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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.


Kindness Animal Hospital - Veterinarian In Port St Lucie, FL USA :: Blog

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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.


But ibuprofen "is a double whammy," ...

www.globalanimal.org [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.


But ibuprofen "is a double whammy," ...

well.blogs.nytimes.com [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.


But ibuprofen "is a double whammy," ...

well.blogs.nytimes.com [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.

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