Patchogue's Warm & Caring Environment for NY Pets — Especially Yours!

Paumanok Veterinary Hospital provides the highest quality veterinary care combined with ethics, compassion, and community involvement. With more than 50 years of combined experience caring for animals, Paumanok provides a warm, friendly environment where you will be able to relax while you and your pets are treated with skill, respect, and dignity.

We are passionate about developing a comprehensive and cooperative plan that encourages you to work with Paumanok as a team to help your pet to live a long and happy life. Whether this is a first visit for vaccinations, routine surgery such as spay or neuter, or something much more serious, maybe even life threatening, we will be with you, helping you to help your family pet — and helping you to make both the simple and difficult decisions. Our goal is to foster a trusting and lifelong relationship.

The word “paumanok” is a Native American word for Long Island and means “island in the shape of a fish.” Our roots are from Long Island. We want to be part of the community, and our involvement with our community is diverse and wide, from helping young people to become more aware of careers in the veterinary medicine field to raising awareness of environmental issues. We sponsor several fundraisers over the course of the year.

We look forward to seeing you and your pet soon!

Hospital Hours

Monday through Thursday: 8:00 a.m. – 10:00 p.m.
Friday: 8:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.
Saturday: 8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Sunday: 8:00a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

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Have you heard the news?

Paumanok announces a new mobile vet service.

If your pet is too sick to move or if you have no other means of getting to the hospital - NO PROBLEM.

We can provide your pet treatment - right in your own home - with the same high-quality pet care that you have come to expect at our hospital.

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18th ANNUAL PETS OVER PARALYSIS! Pet Portraits for a Great Cause

PAUMANOK VETERINARY HOSPITAL takes great pride in sponsoring its 18th Annual "Pets Over Paralysis" pet portrait professional photo session, Sunday, September 28, 2014 at the Hospital, 639 Route 112 in Patchogue, NY 11772. First appointment is at 10:00 AM. All proceeds benefit the Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation, and The Center for Paralysis Research at Purdue University School of Veterinary Medicine. For a donation of only $90, participants get a great set of professional-quality prints: 8x10, 5x7, and wallet-sized. Your cats, dogs, birds, rabbits, exotics, and you -- or other family members -- are welcome to the portrait sitting. The research focuses on a cure for paralysis in humans and animals. The pics focus on you and your animal best friends. And the focus of the day will be camaraderie, fun, and memories suitable for framing! Please join us.

For more information, and/or to make an appointment, please call 631-475-1312.

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“Three years ago my 6-year-old female Bernese mountain dog, Liberty Belle, tore her ACL on her rear left leg. Dr. Dave operated on her and repaired it, warning me that usually if one goes, the other goes also. I was so impressed by Dr. Dave and his care, concern, and professionalism that I brought my 3-year-old Bernese mountain dog, Starr of Freedom, to him for treatment. Dr. Dave was correct and my 6-year-old Liberty tore her other ACL before the other one was healed. I was distraught, but Dr. Dave talked to me and allayed my fears. He operated on her other leg and in 2 days she was able to hobble around. Today, she is fine and at almost 9 years old, she runs and plays. I am impressed with the hospital staff’s professionalism, true concern for the animals, and warm, friendly attitude. They always call a couple of times to follow-up on treatment and will always fit you in for an appointment if your pet is sick. I feel like my pets are in good hands with Dr. Dave and Dr. Dee. Thanks Paumanok for all that you do.”

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