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Queens Animal Health


The Animal Project NYC
Should we tell these little kittens that when they hiss it’s not scary it’s cute??? Or maybe we just keep that our little secret..... πŸ˜‚ Balducci made his adoption event debut today along with his siblings Westerley and Peri.... all three of them were rescued from the same basement as Citarella, Zabar, Dagastina and Barzini..... they are 8 weeks old and just the cutest things ever!!
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7 hours ago

Queens Animal Health

#adoptdontshop ❀️It’s been a fun week for every bunny and our pups have really enjoyed sharing their talents. All the votes have been counted and we are finally ready to announce the winner of the Easter Bunny try-outs. By unanimous consent we announce our favorite bunny β€” Daisy!!!

As you can see Daisy has the perfect ear to head proportion. She has cute little spots, strong legs for hopping, and plenty of energy to deliver all the goodies. In short, Daisy is the whole package!!!

Daisy is currently in a foster home with a fur-brother. While she is good with dogs her size, she can be a bit of a bruiser and needs proper introductions. No kitties or littles for this girl.

If you’d like to adopt our silly bunny please apply at nycsecondchancerescue.org
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About US

We are a compassionate team providing high quality and individualized veterinary care. Here at QAH we are open-minded veterinarians who recognize the broad spectrum of healing and strive to take advantage of the best of western and eastern veterinary medicine. Our practice provides services ranging from vaccinations, spays/neuters, tumor removals, to orthopedic surgeries and chemotherapy, plus Chinese herbs and acupuncture! Our team includes highly trained fully licensed veterinarians and veterinary specialists with over 100 years combined work experience. We understand veterinary medicine inside and out and treat your pets as if they were our own.

Queens Animal Health is a New York State Veterinary Medical Society Accredited full service veterinary facility. Only few animal hospitals in New York City and surrounding areas hold this honor. We are proud of our state-of- the art equipment and dedicated team with shared philosophy of caring. We believe “Caring is the key to your pets’ well being.” Our team recognizes and respects individual pet owner’s needs. We do our best to tailor our services to meet their needs including speaking multiple languages. Currently our team speaks fluently in English, Chinese and Spanish, and we will soon be adding more Russian, Korean and Arabic languages speakers to our staff. We are open 7 days a week except major holidays and welcome walk-ins and referrals.

Hospital Hours

Monday 8:00AM to 7:00PM
Tuesday 8:00AM to 7:00PM
Wednesday 8:00AM to 7:00PM
Thursday 8:00AM to 7:00PM
Friday 8:00AM to 7:00PM
Saturday 8:00AM to 4:00PM
Sunday 8:00AM to 4:00PM



This is Frankie Futer’s story

Frankie Futer, one of my four dachshunds, for the second time, lost control of his bladder and bowel movements due to a ruptured disc in his lower back. He was paralyzed from the waist down. Our vet recommended us to see a neurologist who suggested operating (because that’s their specialty). In our emotional state and considering the alternative we said OK. Frankie was four hours away from invasive surgery. I was haunted with what we were going to subject my son to, I mean dog! Seeking a second opinion we were eventually led to one of the doctors at Queens Animal Health, Dr. John Lu. He was familiar with this procedure, and felt very confident that with his knowledge of Chinese acupuncture Frankie would respond well. We all felt that this would be worth a try. Within two weeks Frankie didn’t need to be diapered and shortly after was standing. Within a few more weeks Frankie was bouncing and running around. He is doing better today than ever. He is only taking one capsule a day of Dr. Lu’s joint herb as a preventative maintenance. I highly recommend consulting with the doctors at Queens Animal Health about any of your pets’ ailments. Thanks so much Dr. Lu!!Wanda and Vincent Miragalia And the Farmingville Futers! Farmingville, NY

I am indeed fortunate to have the veterinarians at Queens Animal Health provide for all of my cat’s medical needs and well-being

“I am indeed fortunate to have the veterinarians at Queens Animal Health provide for all of my cat’s medical needs and well-being. The veterinarians are fine doctors, skilled surgeons, and equally important, they are kind and compassionate. Their knowledge of Eastern and Western medicine makes me confident that they not only treat their patients when they require medical care, but also help to prevent illnesses from occurring by keeping the animals healthy through diet, supplements and cutting-edge alternative therapies. I know this first-hand since the doctors cured my cat when three other veterinarians told me there was no hope for her.

The staff is wonderful too. They are courteous and caring and are helpful in so many ways. It is apparent that they too, are true animal lovers.

The doctors, staff and the convenience of getting an appointment are why I travel from my home in Suffolk County to Queens Animal Health. I unequivocally recommend Queens Animal Health to those who want the best veterinary care for their beloved pet.”Sally D., NY

This practice’s staff have shown the most professional, dedicating and responsible care for our family pet.

“This practice’s staff have shown the most professional, dedicating and responsible care for our family pet.
Our pet has gone through two successful ACL surgeries and chemotherapy for lymphoma. Now he is in remission and doing fine. I highly recommend Queens Animal Health to anyone who wants the best care for their pets.”A. Zeng, Flushing, NY

In the past 15+ years we have had several dogs in the care and expertise of Dr. Lu.

“In the past 15+ years we have had several dogs in the care and expertise of Dr. Lu.

Our Doberman, Precious, had been paralyzed and received a poor prognosis from another doctor. We had been told the best we could do for her was steroids and euthanasia. We went for a second opinion with Dr. Lu who renewed her ability to walk and thrive with acupuncture and herbs.

Our second dog, a pug named Gizmo, was successfully treated for vestibular disorder and outlived her life expectancy. She lived 18+ years as if Dr. Lu gave us an “extended warranty!”

Thirdly, our newest addition another pug named Maggie Mae, required cruciate orthopedic surgery. Dr. Lu did it again. Astonishingly she recovered better than ever. She was walking and running two days post-op and has had no problems ever since.

We call Dr. Lu our miracle worker as he surpasses where some other veterinarians fall short. We don’t know what we would do without Dr. Lu as our vet.”James and Linda Husband, Farmingville, NY

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