At Carroll Gardens Veterinary Group, you can trust that your pets are in great hands. Our compassionate, skillful veterinary staff are here to help when you need us most. We look forward to seeing you soon!

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Veterinary Services

High-quality and affordable preventative, surgical, and sick visit care for dogs and cats with on-site diagnostic equipment to meet all of your pet’s medical needs.

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Acupuncture is a Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine (TCVM) technique that uses rounded needles (instead of sharp like vaccine or blood collection needles) to stimulate points to provide pain relief, move energy, release muscle pain, stimulate internal organs, and improve nerve conduction. The goal overall is to balance any areas of imbalance in the body.

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Is your pet constantly itching, chewing, and licking their skin? It could be allergies! Allergy triggers in cats and dogs can be tricky to diagnose. Allergy-induced skin conditions are the most common reasons we see pets. Allergens affect pets just like they do humans.

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Behavioral Counseling

If you are experiencing behavior problems with your dog or cat, know that you are not alone. Our experienced veterinary team has worked with many pets and their families on a wide variety of pet behavior issues. We will work with you to identify the underlying cause of the behavior and determine the best course of action.

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Cold Laser Therapy

Cold Laser Therapy is a non-invasive treatment that uses photochemical (not thermal) light therapy to stimulate cell growth. That stimulation can decrease inflammation, which alleviates pain, and provides faster wound healing and tissue repair.

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Dental Care

Did you know that oral and dental health is one of the most important aspects of your pet’s overall health? This is due to the mouth-body connection. If left untreated, gum disease, which can result from years without dental care, can eventually affect the internal organs. Of course, no one wants this for their pet, and we don’t want it for our patients.

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End-of-Life Care

At Carroll Gardens Veterinary Group, we know that facing the end of your pet’s life brings along some of the most difficult decisions you may ever have to make. Our team is passionate and committed to helping you through this heartbreaking time in every way that we can. As a veterinary team and fellow pet owners, we understand the progression of disease and aging, so you can count on us to be compassionate, empathetic, and non-judgemental regarding your decisions. Our team is always here to listen and guide you.

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Parasite Prevention

Parasites are more than just a nuisance; they can cause serious, sometimes fatal, illness in your pet and also affect your family’s quality of life. Annual pet wellness exams help us assess your pet’s health status and establish baseline assessments for future use when your pet becomes ill. Often, your cat or dog may not even present any signs of illness.



At Carroll Gardens Veterinary Group, we maintain a large inventory of veterinary pharmaceutical products and medications, including flea, tick, and heartworm preventative products. You can rely on us whether your pet requires medication for a chronic medical condition or needs short-term medication while recovering from an illness, injury, or surgery.

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Spay & Neuter

When your pet is spayed or neutered, you can give them a longer, happier life. Spaying or neutering your pet can have many medical and behavioral benefits, including a lower risk of some cancers and decreased aggression.

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Our surgical suite is equipped to perform various veterinary surgical procedures for cats and dogs. Our experienced, compassionate staff monitors your pet every step of the way. Before, during, and after surgery, we take exceptional care to ensure your pet’s safe, complete recovery. We also address any questions about surgery, including concerns about anesthesia, pain management, and postoperative care.

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Urgent Care

If your pet gets suddenly hurt or sick and needs same-day treatment, the team at Carroll Gardens Veterinary Group is here for your pet’s urgent care needs. We can help with treatments for a variety of conditions, including hot spots, ear infections, eye injuries, difficulty breathing, and much more.

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Preventative care through vaccination has saved millions of lives and prevented the spread of disease. Each pet is unique, and so are their families. We develop vaccine protocols based on your pet’s needs, lifestyle, and exposure.

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Wellness Exams

Just like humans, it’s essential for our pets to have routine wellness care to keep them happy and healthy!
Pet wellness visits are critical to ensuring your dog or cat leads a happy, healthy life. Even if your pet is not showing a problem, wellness exams allow us to detect underlying illness early and develop a timely, effective treatment plan.

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Senior Pet Care

Pet owners are more proactive in their pet’s health than ever before. That means our pets are living longer, which is something to celebrate! Just like with people, aging pets require specific care tailored to their unique life stage. Our veterinarians love their senior patients and are always eager to make their lives as healthy and comfortable as when they were young.

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Sick Pet Exams

Illnesses and injuries can seem like they came on fast, but pets can’t tell us what’s wrong or how long they’ve felt bad. Animals actually hide illness very well, longer than you might think. Of course, a broken leg speaks for itself, but as your pet’s best health advocate, it’s essential for you to always observe and share subtle behavioral changes or other clinical signs with us during your pet’s exam.