Lincolndale Veterinary Center
Call Us at (914) 248-5050

Dr. Deborah Sarfaty, DVM


Our services include acupuncture, dental care, anesthesia, puppy and kitten care, fully stocked pharmacy, radiology, senior care, wellness exams, micro chipping, pain management, parasite prevention and control, vaccinations, ultrasound and more.



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We at Lincolndale Veterinary Center would like to take the time to wish you and your pets a happy and healthy new year. We also want to make sure that you are aware that February is National Pet Dental Health Month.

Dental disease begins with plaque, a soft, colorless, sticky film that results from the combination of food debris, bacteria and saliva. If plaque is not removed it mineralizes and forms calculus. You may have noticed this hard brown material on your pets teeth and the bad breath that accompanies it.  If plaque is allowed to build up and not removed, it can lead to gingivitis, an inflammation of the gum line, which is painful to your pet. Left untreated, periodontal disease may cause oral pain, loose teeth, decreased appetite and severe oral infections.  As periodontal disease progresses, the gums recede, allowing bacteria to travel through the bloodstream to other parts of the body.  These bacteria can cause disease in the heart, liver and kidneys.

During the month of February, in honor of National Pet Dental Health Month, we will offer a 15% discount on all dental procedures. We will honor the 15% discount for any appointment scheduled this month and completed by March 30, 2018. Please contact our office to schedule your pets dentistry at 914 248-5050.

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The FDA has received about 68 reports of pet illnesses due tobone treats. Treats that are processed and packaged for sale as dog treats. This includes treats described as ham bones, pork femur bones, rib bones and smokey bones.

Some of the illnesses reported by owners and veterinarians include gastrointestinal obstruction, choking, vomiting, diarrhea, cuts and wounds in the mouth, bleeding from the rectum, and/or death.

The FDA says owners should avoid giving their pets chicken bones or other bones from the table and be careful of what they put in the trash can, as dogs are notorious for helping themselves to the turkey or steak bones put in there.

For more information visit the FDA's website.

Thank you for choosing Lincolndale Veterinary Center for

your pet's medical/surgical needs.  Our facility has been open since

1991. Our staff consists of two veterinarians and three veterinary

technicians.  We care for your pets as if they are our own.



Hi all, my name is Beth Brenner and I am the Office Manager here at Lincolndale Veterinary Center.  I wanted to share a personal story with all of you cat lovers out there.  I have always loved cats but I developed an allergy to them in my 20's.  About a year ago a black and white kitty showed up on our back deck night after night.  My husband, being a cat lover himself, began feeding him and my son snuck him into the basement to keep him warm and safe.  I was determined not to get attached as I knew we couldn't possibly keep him.  I googled everything possible about cat allergies and came upon an interesting article.  The author suggested feeding your cat only grain-free wet and dry food.  This sounded simple enough so I decided to give it a try.  Now a year later, I have no sign of allergies!!  This cat (named Stella), now sleeps on my pillow and everywhere else in the house and not a sniffle or an itchy eye has developed!!  I am beyond thrilled as I have become incredibly attached to my little guy.  So, if any of you cat lovers suffer from the same allergies, I suggest feeding your cat a grain-free diet and see what happens.  Definitely worked for me.