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6 Holiday Hazards For Our Pets And How To Avoid Them

You can never be too safe, especially during the holidays. Many things during the holidays may seem harmless because you’re so focused on having a good time. However, many common holiday staples can actually be a hazard for your pet. In...
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4 Reasons To Try Our New App, Yourgi

Our team at CompleteCare Veterinary Center is on a mission to provide you and your furry companion with the best care possible. While we’ve invested heavily in providing our medical experts with the best training, equipment, and facilities, we went a...
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Dangers Of Poor Cat Dental Health

Our cats can suffer from dental health problems just like we do—problems that cause serious pain and discomfort. In fact, dental disease (periodontal disease) is the most common illness in cats over three years old. But it is also the most...
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Dog Dementia: Signs, Causes, and Treatment

It’s extremely common for dogs to experience dementia as they age. Canine dementia is a serious mental disorder that affects their quality of life and progressively worsens as they get older. Luckily, dementia is not instantly fatal, and there are things...
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How to handle a pet choking emergency

Choking is a very common emergency for pets. It can happen to any dog or cat, and it's essential to know how to identify and treat it as soon as possible. Signs a Dog Is Choking Choking can occur when your...
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5 Things To Know About Feline Sepsis

Feline sepsis is one of the most dangerous and terrifying diseases your cat could get. If left untreated, feline sepsis could cause multi-organ failure and result in septic shock, which can often be fatal. As a pet owner, it's essential that...
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Finding Pet Wellness Care in Fox Hills

A common mistake that many new pet owners make is not finding an experienced and trustworthy veterinarian that you can reliably take your pet to. When a dog or cat is as young as six weeks old, they will need to...
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How to Get Your Pup to Eat Their Pills

While we humans can readily swallow a bitter pill if it means bolstering our health, our canine friends can sometimes not be as willing. Some pups may be compliant and eat whatever you offer them, but others may put up such...
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Dogs Get Arthritis: What You Need to Know

With pets, arthritis is a natural part of the aging process. Arthritis, in essence, is a term that describes a variety of joint pain and joint diseases. In pets, the parts of the body that are most affected usually include the...
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Socialization in Dogs

Did you know that dogs can and should be socialized at any point in their life? From puppies to senior dogs, socialization is important to help dogs manage their stress levels around a variety of people, different environments, and other dogs....
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The Chronic Danger of Heartworm in Dogs

As loving pet parents, it’s difficult to imagine our pets getting hurt or sick. Our love shouldn't blind us to the dangers that exist in our world. This is why every owner must educate themselves on the topic of heartworm disease,...
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Get Great Pet Dental Care in Staten Island

As pet owners, it’s our responsibility that we do not ignore our pet’s dental needs. Many owners overlook the daily responsibility of providing teeth cleaning to their companion, but pets need just as much dental care as people. Unfortunately, when we...
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How Often Should I Get My Cat Groomed?

Although cats are great at grooming themselves, it’s still important to get them professionally groomed once every four to six weeks. Proper and regular grooming is a great way to stay on top of any potential health problems. For example, by...
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Why Pets Are Beneficial For Your Mental Health

One of the biggest benefits of being a pet owner is the amazing impact that pets can have on mental health. As of 2017, nearly 20% of US adults faced depression and anxiety, and the COVID-19 pandemic has only increased this....
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Find a High-Quality Pet ER Clinic in Staten Island

Staying prepared for emergency situations is critical to being a responsible pet parent. Knowing your plan of action if an emergency situation occurs ahead of time can be the difference between life and death for your pet. Signs Your Pet Needs...
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3 Foods You Shouldn’t Give Your Dog

Does your dog look at you with those adorable puppy eyes as soon as you get to the dinner table? They’re probably hoping that you give them a little piece of that delicious meal you’re about to devour. But before you...
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How to Help Your Overweight Dog

According to the Association for Pet Obesity Prevention, an estimated 60% of cats and 56% of dogs in the United States are considered obese.   There are a few tell-tale signs that your pet may be obese. For example, you should easily...
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Welcome to CompleteCare Veterinary Center

Located in the bustling heart of Staten Island, New York, we are an emergency clinic turned full-service animal hospital. With Dr. Sangiorgio at our helm, we offer a wide range of specialized services for cats and dogs. We even provide care...
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General Hours

Monday & Wednesday: 8am - 2pm
Tues, Thurs, & Fri: 8am - 3pm
Saturday & Sunday: Closed
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