If you are experiencing behavior problems with your New York area dog or cat, you are not alone. Our veterinary team has worked with many concerned pet families over the years and is well-trained to assess, consult and treat a full spectrum of pet behavioral problems.
Preventative care and up to date vaccines are what have saved so many lives and prevented widespread disease. Each pet is unique and so are their families. We develop vaccine protocols based on your pet’s needs, lifestyle and exposure.
When you need a responsible and comfortable "home away from home" for your pet, turn to The Garden Vet. We have an excellent boarding facility with skilled technicians to oversee your pet’s health, and plenty of play time, too.
Dr. Mollica and our staff here at Carroll Gardens Veterinary Group are happy to see birds of all sizes, rabbits, guinea pigs, ferrets, chinchillas and other pocket pets all the way to reptiles and amphibians. Proper care for these special critters is essential.
At Carroll Gardens Veterinary Group we offer several preventative products and foods, as well as dental procedures to care for your pet’s teeth. Your pet’s overall health depends on healthy teeth and gums – just like it does for humans!
We often see pets who come to us for problems like itching, coughing, and gastrointestinal problems such as vomiting or diarrhea. Carroll Gardens Veterinary Group pet dermatologist services help your pet alleviate these issues with traditional and holistic treatments.
Our veterinary hospital and pet surgery facility, located in the Carroll Gardens neighborhood of Brooklyn, NY, is well-equipped to perform most major and minor pet surgical procedures from spays and neuters to more complicated emergency and soft tissue surgeries.
Our vet hospital and surgical facility, located in Carroll Gardens neighborhood of Brooklyn, is equipped to perform most pet surgical procedures from spays/neuters to more complicated emergency pet surgeries & soft tissue surgeries.
Dr. Mollica loves her senior patients and understands their special requirements. We support you and your aging pet with preventative programs, orthopedic services (to help those aching joints), geriatric care, and caring end of life assistance.
If your pet is traveling internationally, they will require a USDA accredited veterinarian to perform an exam and fill out the necessary paperwork. Please do not hesitate to contact us for more information about travel with your pet!