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Dr. Ann Hohenhaus E.

Chairman of the Department of Medicine

The Animal Medical Center Inc

Direct Phone: (212) ***-****       

Email: a***@***.org

The Animal Medical Center Inc

510 East 62Nd Street

New York, New York 10065

United States

Company Description

The Animal Medical Center in New York City (www.amcny.org) is a not-for-profit veterinary hospital that provides life-saving care to more than 60,000 pets each year. With the philosophy that pets are family, the AMC takes pride in having the most advanced... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Veterinarian

Affiliations

Board Member
Vetstreet Inc

Board Member
California Veterinary Medical Association

Education



American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine



Cornell University

Bachelor of Science degree , with honors

St. Mary's College of Maryland

DVM

DVM

American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine

Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine

Cornell University

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Dr. Ann Hohenhaus, Chairman ...

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Dr. Ann Hohenhaus, Chairman of the Department of Medicine at The Animal Medical Center of New York, has first-hand knowledge of the health risks stray and feral cats face while living on the streets and the risks good Samaritans face when they try to care for them.

On Humans and Cats Sharing Diseases, she explains, "Rabies is transmitted by the bite of a rabid animal.


Gamedogs.org Reference Library

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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.


From Fireworks to Boredom: Why Some Pets Take Prozac - 105 The Hawk - Idaho Falls, Pocatello, Rexburg, Rigby, Shelley

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Dr. Ann Hohenhaus, a staff veterinarian at Animal Medical Center in New York City said that Prozac, an antidepressant often prescribed for humans, is also frequently given to dogs to treat canine separation anxiety.

"We're not talking a pet who gets a little upset when you leave the house," Hohenhaus said. "We're talking about a dog who goes nuts."
Hohenhaus said dogs with severe separation anxiety are the ones neighbors complain about because they bark all day long or destroy the house in their owner's absence. She's had pooch patients so bummed out over being left alone that they've broken off all their toenails trying to scratch through the door.
Canines that are overly aggressive, shy or fearful might also be prescribed antidepressants to help mellow them out, Hohenhaus said. She said with the fourth of July coming up, many owners will dose up a pup that gets freaked out by fireworks.
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Before any animal pops a pill for depression, Hohenhaus recommends first addressing any underlying physical problem that might be causing the undesirable behavior. And then if there are no health issues, she recommends behavior modification, like hiring a midday dog walker or trying a different feeding schedule.
"Only when we've looked at everything else do we turn to antidepressants," she said, pointing out that the drugs tend to have few side effects in animals but can take weeks to kick in.


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.

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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."


New Deadly dog Virus

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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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