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Located in Brooklyn the veterinarians at Kings Bay Veterinary Group are committed to your pet's health. We are a practice dedicated to the health and well-being of our patients and their companions. In that spirit we hope this website will be informative and an easy enjoyable way to search for pet care solutions.
Our hospital welcomes change if it is the interest of better patient care and client satisfaction. To that end we recently upgraded our In-house Laboratory, Outside Laboratory,and our computer system, giving us unlimited access to a wide variety of specialists for consultation and testing. Many cases that were formerly sent to specialists can now be diagnosed and treated in our office.
Our office can now perform Diagnostic Ultrasound, Laser Surgery, Electrocardiograms, and Surgical Monitoring of ECG, Pulse, Respiration,Blood pressure,and Blood Oxygen Levels. These systems have made all procedures examinations and treatments safer and more accurate.
Your Pets . . . Our Family!
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We are a USDA Accredited Hospital.
We Offer Interest Free And Low Monthly Payments with CareCredit.
Drs. Osterman and their staff are truly amazing and special people. Easy to get an appointment, very short wait time, if any, and they call you back when they say they will. We appreciate their compassion, caring, and patience when they are taking care of Mimi, especially since she is not the easiest cat to take care of..
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