Spay & Neuter Service

At New Rochelle Animal Hospital, we perform safe and effective spay and neuter procedures for dogs and cats. Spaying or neutering your pet is important for two main reasons. First, it helps curb the amount of dogs and cats that are homeless – millions are euthanized each year for this reason. Second, it has important health and behavioral benefits for your pet. It reduces aggression, and even lowers incidences of some cancers. We take your trust seriously, and will make sure your dog or cat receives truly wonderful and compassionate care.

(914) 636-8106

I absolutely love this vet office. The doctors and staff are wonderful. I live in NYC and travel here to take my dog Phoenix in for her annual exams and vaccinations.

Immaculey

Best vet experience I’ve had so far, especially since change of ownership. Our cats, of which one has anxiety issues, seemed both pretty comfortable with Dr. Doherty. She also followed up with us after the visit to see how cats were doing! Great service!!

CB

Very impressed with Dr. Schwartzreich- He is a good and decent man. Have always had dogs, and like the consistency of a vet who knows his business, treats you fairly and is patient and compassionate with my animal, (who is my best friend). Dr. Schwartzreich fills a big void in New Rochelle for a competent Vet. Highly recommend!

Mark

New Rochelle Animal Hospital is great. Dr. Schwartzreich is amazing. He is so thorough, caring and understanding. We have been bringing our English bulldog there for a couple years now and Dr. Schwartzreich has by far been the best doctor.

Mark

I knew Dr. Schwartzreich in grade school. He had a royal standard poodle named Shana, that was without doubt one of the best dogs ever. She went everywhere with him, always going out on walks. This dog was one of the “crew”. My point is that I know this vet is an animal lover, who is in the business of medical practice for animals only because he loves animals. That’s the kind of vet you should support, because he will use your support to save and heal as many animals as he can.

Chris

What To Expect

The first step is to give us a call to schedule your visit!

During your visit, we will ask about your pet’s history, run tests to make sure they are healthy enough for surgery, and explain what happens during the procedure.

During the procedure itself, your pet’s vitals will be monitored by trained professionals, and we will use modern technology to make sure the procedure is safe and effective.

Once your pet is done, we will advise you on after-care instructions, and will answer any questions you might have!