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So, the Cat Care Clinic of the Nyacks needs their own web site and so we now have one.
Short and sweet.

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Reach us at (845)353-6369(MEOW) to set appointments, grooming, housecalls, etc.

The Cat Care Clinic was a project of love.  When Dr. Maureen Saunders graduated Vet school, she began working for her father at the Spring Valley Animal Hospital.  However, like any daughter, she needed to broaden her horizons and began working part-time at Cat's Exclusive in Ridgefield, NJ.  Realizing the special relationship she had with cats, along with all other small animals, she elected to go out on her own and open the Cat Care Clinic in Rockland County.  Nyack certainly was an ideal location for a small, intimate practice where "everyone knows your name".

2015 has now been 25 years and Dr. Saunders enthusiasm has never decreased.  Please stop by and say hello.  See what animals we have for adoption.  Visit us also with all your other pets up in Monsey at Spring Valley Animal Hospital 356-8616.  (Shhhh-occasionally you will see a non-cat at our Cat Clinic but don't say anything!)

25th year celebration!

Our doors opened on April 4, 1990 and in celebration of our anniversary, refer a new client to the Cat Care Clinic(or Spring Valley Animal Hospital) in the month of April 2015, and get a $25 credit on your account.  If you are happy with us, we hope you will let your friends know about our office!

You can reach us at(845) 353-6369 and by fax at (845) 353-5343. We are looking forward to hearing from you. You can also become a fan on our facebook page Cat Care Clinic of the Nyacks.

If you are not familiar with Cat Care Clinic of the Nyacks and your first contact with us is online: We would be pleased to hear from you! Please let us know what your needs and questions are, we will be more than happy to help.

Dr. Saunders' interest in Veterinary medicine began from birth.  Her father, Dr. Burt opened Spring Valley Animal Hospital in 1958 and Dr. Mo started working in the animal hospital from the time she could walk!  She graduated from Cornell Veterinary School in 1987 and returned to her home after graduating.

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