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Chairperson of the Department of Medicine

The Animal Medical Center Inc

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The Animal Medical Center Inc

510 East 62Nd Street

New York, New York 10065

United States

Company Description

The expertise and knowledge of our staff, combined with the advanced technology already in place at the AMC, provides general, emergency, and specialty care unsurpassed in quality or service. This signifies that we maintain the highest standards of pet he ... more

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Background Information


Board Member
Vetstreet Inc

Member of the Pfizer Animal Cancer Experts Panel, the Advisory Board
IDEXX Laboratories , Inc.

Board Member
California Veterinary Medical Association


American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine

Cornell University

Bachelor of Science degree , with honors

St. Mary's College of Maryland



American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine

Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine

Cornell University

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The recent spike in temperature and ...

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The recent spike in temperature and humidity surprised plenty of pet owners, prompting Dr. Ann Hohenhaus, a veterinarian with the Animal Medical Center in New York, to offer a few timely tips on keeping pets cool in the summer heat.

Watch the clock: Even if your dogs love being outside, save the extreme play for after the sun goes down. This reduces the risk of heatstroke, particularly for dogs that may be overweight.
Keep essentials nearby: Whether you are out playing Frisbee in the park or lounging in the backyard, Hohenhaus says to have plenty of water readily available for your hot dogs.
On the way there, Hohenhaus suggests applying towels soaked in cool water to hairless areas on your dog's body.
Protect dogs with short snouts: "Certain dogs are at risk for heat-related illness," she warns.
"Out West, where pets are outside a lot, white dogs and white cats get skin cancer, especially on the tips of their nose and ears due to sun exposure," Hohenhaus says.
Also, Hohenhaus warns against leaving any pets in the car in the summer heat. Even short-coated pets can overheat quickly in a car. During long car trips, consider investing in a window screen, which offers ventilation and keeps pups from hanging their heads out of the window.
Consider fun - indoors: No one wants to get cabin fever, but there are plenty of fun indoor activities that burn calories and keep pets active. Hohenhaus suggests pet treadmills.

AMC in The News | Animal Medical Center

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According to Ann E. Hohenhaus, DVM, Diplomate ACVIM (Oncology & Small Animal Internal Medicine), Certified Veterinary Journalist at The Animal Medical Center in New York, cats and dogs tend to burn on their noses and ears the most.

Dr. Ann Hohenhaus, a veterinarian and oncologist at the Animal Medical Center on the Upper East Side, said: "We don't know the chemical compound the dogs are smelling because if we did we could design a machine that could do the same thing."

The calming tool may be more ...

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The calming tool may be more for the humans than for the dogs, however, explained Dr. Ann E. Hohenhaus, a staff veterinarian at the Animal Medical Center in New York City. "I think a lot of this is to make us feel better as opposed to making the pet happier," she said, acknowledging that leaving DogTV on for a pet left at home alone may help give owners peace of mind that their dog will have something to do.

AMC Staff Directory

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Ann Hohenhaus, DVM,

Ann Hohenhaus, DVM,

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"The hysteria out there is unbelievable, and the misinformation is incredible," said Dr. Ann E. Hohenhaus, chief of medicine at the Animal Medical Center in New York.

Dr. Hohenhaus said she had heard of an alert from a Virginia dog club reporting rumors that 10,000 show dogs had died.
"We don't believe that's true," she said, adding that no dogs in her Manhattan hospital even had coughs.

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