Fax: (845) 356-8715
It is with great sadness to announce that the original Dr. Saunders, Burton, passed away on April 6, 2016 after battling multiple illnesses. He will always be a part of Spring Valley Animal Hospital and will forever be in our hearts.
The Spook Rock Pool Dog Swim 2016
The weather was beautiful. Please go to our facebook page to see more pictures from the event
We are in the process of redoing our older building to make a boarding facility that will have doggy play areas, separate small dog and large dog areas and a private cat ward with cat condos. We are very excited about the continued renovations and hope you will be too!!
Important News Update Since Nov. 2011-CANINE INFLUENZA has been reported in Rockland County. Please take a few minutes to call our Veterinary office to determine if your dog should be protected against this newly emerged flu virus! And since the summer of 2016, we have a 2nd strain of Canine Influenza so we are making sure all our susceptible dogs are protected!!
Welcome to Spring Valley Animal Hospital, one of Rockland County area's premier animal care facilities. We are a full service Veterinary Hospital and boarding facility providing the most up to date, professional and compassionate care that your pet can receive.
Established in 1958 by Dr. Burton Saunders, SVAH continues today under the guidance of his daughter, Dr. Maureen Saunders. "Dr. Mo" graduated from Cornell University in 1987 and has since become well known for the enthusiastic and personalized care that she and her well trained staff provide to each of the clients. Dr. Mo is also owner of the Cat Care Clinic of the Nyacks! We are one of the longest running Veterinary hospitals in Rockland County Our regular customers particularly value our friendly, family type service.
Even though our name is Spring Valley Animal Hospital, we are located in Monsey!
Spring Valley Animal Hospital offers top notch medical, surgical and dental care as well as being on call for emergency Veterinary services. We strive to provide professional, affordable, and advanced veterinary services. There is an in-house pharmacy and clean, comfortable accomodations for boarding making it your one-stop shop for your pet's health and medical needs.
At SVAH, you will walk into a newly renovated, welcoming, and friendly environment every visit, so that the experience is as comfortable as possible for you and your pet.
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Remember, at Spring Valley Animal Hospital, your pets are our family!
Dr. Maureen Saunders Veterinarian
Spring Valley Animal Hospital & the Cat Care Clinic of the Nyacks
fax # (845)356-8715
151 Rt 59
Monsey, NY 10952
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