New Paltz Animal Hospital

★★★☆☆
  • 230 Main St

    New Paltz, NY 12561

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  • 845-255-5055

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I am extremely disappointed with this vet. I have brought my foster dog there before and the rescue never had a problem with paying them. I bring my dog in tonite to be put to sleep and they let a dying dog in pain wait for 45 minutes until they can verify the credit card from the rescue. Business first I guess. I will never take another animal there. This poor dog hadn't had a rough enough life and they made even her death worse. Thanks for nothing.

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I am extremely disappointed with this vet. I have brought my foster dog there before and the rescue never had a problem with paying them. I bring my dog in tonite to be put to sleep and they let a dying dog in pain wait for 45 minutes until they can verify the credit card from the rescue. Business first I guess. I will never take another animal there. This poor dog hadn't had a rough enough life and they made even her death worse. Thanks for nothing.

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I am extremely disappointed with this vet. I have brought my foster dog there before and the rescue never had a problem with paying them. I bring my dog in tonite to be put to sleep and they let a dying dog in pain wait for 45 minutes until they can verify the credit card from the rescue. Business first I guess. I will never take another animal there. This poor dog hadn't had a rough enough life and they made even her death worse. Thanks for nothing.

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I am extremely disappointed with this vet. I have brought my foster dog there before and the rescue never had a problem with paying them. I bring my dog in tonite to be put to sleep and they let a dying dog in pain wait for 45 minutes until they can verify the credit card from the rescue. Business first I guess. I will never take another animal there. This poor dog hadn't had a rough enough life and they made even her death worse. Thanks for nothing.

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I have been going to Dr. Socia for 6 yrs, I have always had great service, my dog is not a fan of the vets, but Alison as a way of calming him and always makes his visit less of a stress for him. I know I have a lot of vets to choose from in the area and I choose Dr. Socia no matter where she would be. \n\nDr. Socia as even called me personally to check in on my dog after surgery, now that service!!! She genuine cares about her patients

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I have been going to Dr. Socia for 6 yrs, I have always had great service, my dog is not a fan of the vets, but Alison as a way of calming him and always makes his visit less of a stress for him. I know I have a lot of vets to choose from in the area and I choose Dr. Socia no matter where she would be. \n\nDr. Socia as even called me personally to check in on my dog after surgery, now that service!!! She genuine cares about her patients

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I have been going to Dr. Socia for 6 yrs, I have always had great service, my dog is not a fan of the vets, but Alison as a way of calming him and always makes his visit less of a stress for him. I know I have a lot of vets to choose from in the area and I choose Dr. Socia no matter where she would be.

Dr. Socia as even called me personally to check in on my dog after surgery, now that service!!! She genuine cares about her patients and their owners.

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★★★★☆

I have been going to Dr. Socia for 6 yrs, I have always had great service, my dog is not a fan of the vets, but Alison as a way of calming him and always makes his visit less of a stress for him. I know I have a lot of vets to choose from in the area and I choose Dr. Socia no matter where she would be.

Dr. Socia as even called me personally to check in on my dog after surgery, now that service!!! She genuine cares about her patients and their owners.

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My dog has been a patient at this facility for the past few years. He has seen both Dr. Soscia and Dr. Ursitti, and I have never had anything but wonderful things to say about both of them. The doctors and staff are compassionate, gentle, and educated. The hospital is clean and welcoming. They provide a number of services and treatment, and always offer a friendly smile when I walk through the doors. I have been to several other veterinarians in the area in the past, and none could compare to the doctors at New Paltz Animal Hospital. I'll never go elsewhere! I have read previous reviews and don't think they properly illustrate the experiences I've had at this hospital.

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My dog has been a patient at this facility for the past few years. He has seen both Dr. Soscia and Dr. Ursitti, and I have never had anything but wonderful things to say about both of them. The doctors and staff are compassionate, gentle, and educated. The hospital is clean and welcoming. They provide a number of services and treatment, and always offer a friendly smile when I walk through the doors. I have been to several other veterinarians in the area in the past, and none could compare to the doctors at New Paltz Animal Hospital. I'll never go elsewhere! I have read previous reviews and don't think they properly illustrate the experiences I've had at this hospital.

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\nI have a medium mixed-breed dog and a couple of cats that are all rescues and have always been well taken care of by Dr. Soscia. She and her staff are always so friendly to me and Dr. Soscia always greets my pets with such enthusiasm. I swear she is blessed with some weird Dr. Dolittle-pet-gene that gives her the ability to calm the most nervous of animals. She is great at what she does and I would never consider anyone else to look after my pets!

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\nI have a medium mixed-breed dog and a couple of cats that are all rescues and have always been well taken care of by Dr. Soscia. She and her staff are always so friendly to me and Dr. Soscia always greets my pets with such enthusiasm. I swear she is blessed with some weird Dr. Dolittle-pet-gene that gives her the ability to calm the most nervous of animals. She is great at what she does and I would never consider anyone else to look after my pets!

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I have a medium mixed-breed dog and a couple of cats that are all rescues and have always been well taken care of by Dr. Soscia. She and her staff are always so friendly to me and Dr. Soscia always greets my pets with such enthusiasm. I swear she is blessed with some weird Dr. Dolittle-pet-gene that gives her the ability to calm the most nervous of animals. She is great at what she does and I would never consider anyone else to look after my pets!

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I have a medium mixed-breed dog and a couple of cats that are all rescues and have always been well taken care of by Dr. Soscia. She and her staff are always so friendly to me and Dr. Soscia always greets my pets with such enthusiasm. I swear she is blessed with some weird Dr. Dolittle-pet-gene that gives her the ability to calm the most nervous of animals. She is great at what she does and I would never consider anyone else to look after my pets!

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I'm happy with NP animal hospital, Dr. Socia and the other vets there. Seems like some people have an axe to grind. Call me crazy but generally when you take a pet to the vet, you can expect to pay for the visit.\r\n\r\nWhen I've taken by GSD to NPAH, DR. Socia and the other vets at NPAH, They give him a lot of time, love and patience. My dog walks right into the office, he likes going. There's no fear and he goes right up to the vets and says hello. I've never had a bad diagnosis from this office and I like the consistence of care. I know that the vets are familiar with my dog and case history before I walk in the door. There's no mistaking that the vets in this office love animals and care deeply about their patients.\r\n\r\n

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I'm happy with NP animal hospital, Dr. Socia and the other vets there. Seems like some people have an axe to grind. Call me crazy but generally when you take a pet to the vet, you can expect to pay for the visit.\r\n\r\nWhen I've taken by GSD to NPAH, DR. Socia and the other vets at NPAH, They give him a lot of time, love and patience. My dog walks right into the office, he likes going. There's no fear and he goes right up to the vets and says hello. I've never had a bad diagnosis from this office and I like the consistence of care. I know that the vets are familiar with my dog and case history before I walk in the door. There's no mistaking that the vets in this office love animals and care deeply about their patients.\r\n\r\n

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I'm happy with NP animal hospital, Dr. Socia and the other vets there. Seems like some people have an axe to grind. Call me crazy but generally when you take a pet to the vet, you can expect to pay for the visit.

When I've taken by GSD to NPAH, DR. Socia and the other vets at NPAH, They give him a lot of time, love and patience. My dog walks right into the office, he likes going. There's no fear and he goes right up to the vets and says hello. I've never had a bad diagnosis from this office and I like the consistence of care. I know that the vets are familiar with my dog and case history before I walk in the door. There's no mistaking that the vets in this office love animals and care deeply about their patients.

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★★★★★

I'm happy with NP animal hospital, Dr. Socia and the other vets there. Seems like some people have an axe to grind. Call me crazy but generally when you take a pet to the vet, you can expect to pay for the visit.

When I've taken by GSD to NPAH, DR. Socia and the other vets at NPAH, They give him a lot of time, love and patience. My dog walks right into the office, he likes going. There's no fear and he goes right up to the vets and says hello. I've never had a bad diagnosis from this office and I like the consistence of care. I know that the vets are familiar with my dog and case history before I walk in the door. There's no mistaking that the vets in this office love animals and care deeply about their patients.

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"Corporate-run, money-driven veterinary business"?
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My GSD get's great care at NPAH. He developed elbow dysplasia at 7 months and I got a great orthopedic referral from Dr. Socia that saved his Schutzhund competition career. She has never missed a diagnosis with him.

I can't say enough about Dr. Socia and everyone on the staff at NPAH.

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"Corporate-run, money-driven veterinary business"?
{{{the rest of this personally motivated lame rant deleted for civility}}}

My GSD get's great care at NPAH. He developed elbow dysplasia at 7 months and I got a great orthopedic referral from Dr. Socia that saved his Schutzhund competition career. She has never missed a diagnosis with him.

I can't say enough about Dr. Socia and everyone on the staff at NPAH.

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Wow, its obvious that Kerr1963 didnt get the position she was interviewing for at NPAH, and thankfully so! I wouldnt want such a toxic being anywhere near anyone or anything I cared about! Unlike her, I AM actually a NPAH customer (does a customer know what the hell an isolation room is??!) and I am a loyal customer of Dr. Soscias since I found her in 2005. Prior to finding her, I was using Newburgh Animal Hospital and their satellite offices in Gardiner and New Paltz and spending exorbitant sums of money on my pets, not to mention the fact that whenever they would have an overnight stay at one of their facilities, my strictly-indoor pets would inadvertently come home infested with fleas. Unsatisfied and frustrated one day with my outrageous bill and no diagnosis, I scooped up my then 6 week old kitten that I had found in the street clinging to life 3 weeks prior, and took her to Dr. Soscia. Dr. Soscia unfortunately had to repeat the same tests only to my surprise, at a FRACTION of the cost (which left my jaw hanging) and diagnosed the kitten with congestive heart failure. She prepared me for the fact that the kitten was not going to live for very much longer. The kitten died in my arms 2 weeks later before I had even gotten in the car. Dr. Soscia and her staff were so helpful, compassionate and supportive within that 2 weeks and made such a difference in that little kittys quality of life.\nOne of my other pets is a cat that is a bright white, long-haired. After she would go to the bathroom, she would have bright red blood at the end of her stool that would mat in her beautiful fur. After performing blood work to make sure everything was normal inside, Dr. Soscia suggested giving her hairball treats. Hairball treats? Really?? Ok, Ill try it. Damned if it didnt do the trick! Its been over a year and no blood!\nNPAH is a great hospital and Dr. Soscia really knows her stuff! My pets and I are always treated with respect & courtesy and I am always spoken to like a real human being, not another doctor. Dr. Soscia shoots it to you straight. Moshe and Karen are fantastic assistants and are going to be great vets in their own right some day; Nicole, Candice, Kathy and Jen really make you feel wonderfully welcome and have a nice, happy, fun energy. There are vets that are closer in proximity, but Dr. Soscia is worth the trip!\nAs for Kerr1963, youre probably still unemployed with that attitude so maybe you should stick to blogging but how about covering a topic that REALLY matters and one that people REALLY care, about like the Middle East or the real reason for rising oil prices\n

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Wow, its obvious that Kerr1963 didnt get the position she was interviewing for at NPAH, and thankfully so! I wouldnt want such a toxic being anywhere near anyone or anything I cared about! Unlike her, I AM actually a NPAH customer (does a customer know what the hell an isolation room is??!) and I am a loyal customer of Dr. Soscias since I found her in 2005. Prior to finding her, I was using Newburgh Animal Hospital and their satellite offices in Gardiner and New Paltz and spending exorbitant sums of money on my pets, not to mention the fact that whenever they would have an overnight stay at one of their facilities, my strictly-indoor pets would inadvertently come home infested with fleas. Unsatisfied and frustrated one day with my outrageous bill and no diagnosis, I scooped up my then 6 week old kitten that I had found in the street clinging to life 3 weeks prior, and took her to Dr. Soscia. Dr. Soscia unfortunately had to repeat the same tests only to my surprise, at a FRACTION of the cost (which left my jaw hanging) and diagnosed the kitten with congestive heart failure. She prepared me for the fact that the kitten was not going to live for very much longer. The kitten died in my arms 2 weeks later before I had even gotten in the car. Dr. Soscia and her staff were so helpful, compassionate and supportive within that 2 weeks and made such a difference in that little kittys quality of life.\nOne of my other pets is a cat that is a bright white, long-haired. After she would go to the bathroom, she would have bright red blood at the end of her stool that would mat in her beautiful fur. After performing blood work to make sure everything was normal inside, Dr. Soscia suggested giving her hairball treats. Hairball treats? Really?? Ok, Ill try it. Damned if it didnt do the trick! Its been over a year and no blood!\nNPAH is a great hospital and Dr. Soscia really knows her stuff! My pets and I are always treated with respect & courtesy and I am always spoken to like a real human being, not another doctor. Dr. Soscia shoots it to you straight. Moshe and Karen are fantastic assistants and are going to be great vets in their own right some day; Nicole, Candice, Kathy and Jen really make you feel wonderfully welcome and have a nice, happy, fun energy. There are vets that are closer in proximity, but Dr. Soscia is worth the trip!\nAs for Kerr1963, youre probably still unemployed with that attitude so maybe you should stick to blogging but how about covering a topic that REALLY matters and one that people REALLY care, about like the Middle East or the real reason for rising oil prices\n

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Wow. It??s obvious that Kerry R. didn??t get the position she was interviewing for at NPAH, and thankfully so! I wouldn??t want such a toxic being anywhere near anyone or anything I cared about! Unlike her, I AM actually a NPAH customer (does a customer know what the hell an isolation room is??!) and I am a loyal customer of Dr. Soscia??s since I found her in 2005. Prior to finding her, I was using Newburgh Animal Hospital and their satellite offices in Gardiner and New Paltz and spending exorbitant sums of money on my pets, not to mention the fact that whenever they would have an overnight stay at one of their facilities, my strictly-indoor pets would inadvertently come home infested with fleas. Unsatisfied and frustrated one day with my outrageous bill and no diagnosis, I scooped up my then 6 week old kitten that I had found in the street clinging to life 3 weeks prior, and took her to Dr. Soscia. Dr. Soscia unfortunately had to repeat the same tests only to my surprise, at a FRACTION of the cost (which left my jaw hanging) and diagnosed the kitten with congestive heart failure. She prepared me for the fact that the kitten was not going to live for very much longer. The kitten died in my arms 2 weeks later before I had even gotten in the car. Dr. Soscia and her staff were so helpful, compassionate and supportive within that 2 weeks and made such a difference in that little kitty??s quality of life.
One of my other pets is a cat that is a bright white, long-haired. After she would go to the bathroom, she would have bright red blood at the end of her stool that would mat in her beautiful fur. After performing blood work to make sure everything was normal inside, Dr. Soscia suggested giving her hairball treats. Hairball treats? Really?? Ok, I??ll try it. Damned if it didn??t do the trick! It??s been over a year and no blood!
NPAH is a great hospital and Dr. Soscia really knows her stuff! My pets and I are always treated with respect & courtesy and I am always spoken to like a real human being, not another doctor. Dr. Soscia shoots it to you straight. Moshe and Karen are fantastic assistants and are going to be great vets in their own right some day; Nicole, Candice, Kathy and Jen really make you feel wonderfully welcome and have a nice, happy, fun energy. There are vets that are closer in proximity, but Dr. Soscia is worth the trip!
As for Kerry R, you??re probably still unemployed with that attitude so maybe you should stick to blogging but how about covering a topic that REALLY matters and one that people REALLY care about, like the Middle East or the real reason for rising oil prices?

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Wow. It??s obvious that Kerry R. didn??t get the position she was interviewing for at NPAH, and thankfully so! I wouldn??t want such a toxic being anywhere near anyone or anything I cared about! Unlike her, I AM actually a NPAH customer (does a customer know what the hell an isolation room is??!) and I am a loyal customer of Dr. Soscia??s since I found her in 2005. Prior to finding her, I was using Newburgh Animal Hospital and their satellite offices in Gardiner and New Paltz and spending exorbitant sums of money on my pets, not to mention the fact that whenever they would have an overnight stay at one of their facilities, my strictly-indoor pets would inadvertently come home infested with fleas. Unsatisfied and frustrated one day with my outrageous bill and no diagnosis, I scooped up my then 6 week old kitten that I had found in the street clinging to life 3 weeks prior, and took her to Dr. Soscia. Dr. Soscia unfortunately had to repeat the same tests only to my surprise, at a FRACTION of the cost (which left my jaw hanging) and diagnosed the kitten with congestive heart failure. She prepared me for the fact that the kitten was not going to live for very much longer. The kitten died in my arms 2 weeks later before I had even gotten in the car. Dr. Soscia and her staff were so helpful, compassionate and supportive within that 2 weeks and made such a difference in that little kitty??s quality of life.
One of my other pets is a cat that is a bright white, long-haired. After she would go to the bathroom, she would have bright red blood at the end of her stool that would mat in her beautiful fur. After performing blood work to make sure everything was normal inside, Dr. Soscia suggested giving her hairball treats. Hairball treats? Really?? Ok, I??ll try it. Damned if it didn??t do the trick! It??s been over a year and no blood!
NPAH is a great hospital and Dr. Soscia really knows her stuff! My pets and I are always treated with respect & courtesy and I am always spoken to like a real human being, not another doctor. Dr. Soscia shoots it to you straight. Moshe and Karen are fantastic assistants and are going to be great vets in their own right some day; Nicole, Candice, Kathy and Jen really make you feel wonderfully welcome and have a nice, happy, fun energy. There are vets that are closer in proximity, but Dr. Soscia is worth the trip!
As for Kerry R, you??re probably still unemployed with that attitude so maybe you should stick to blogging but how about covering a topic that REALLY matters and one that people REALLY care about, like the Middle East or the real reason for rising oil prices?

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Corporate-run, money-driven veterinary business, heavy heavy heavy on diagnostics (easy $$$-maker), but oddly enough, lacking the treatment capabilities and continuous care of a serious hospital (as a rule they never keep patients overnight, no isolation room, etc). High turnover rate for veterinarian position because Chief of Staff is known for being ""difficult"", and not in a high standard way but rather in a catty, obnoxious, spoiled sorority girl way. Can be sweet as pie to clients' faces but frequently berates and disparages them nonetheless. Online reviews (check out insiderpages reviews too) are overwhelmingly unfavorable, because most people can easily see though this type of veneer. Vets/techs: Unless you're completely desperate for a temporary job in the area, don't even bother considering this place. Clients: I'd strongly recommend taking your beloved animal to a legitimate veterinary hospital, where he/she will get a thorough physical exam and you'll be thoroughly educated on options and possibilities before someone who's not the doctor whisks into the room, rattling off a huge estimate of expenses. There are honest, genuine, patient-focused vets out there, but you won't find them working at an establishment like this. ""Business major wearing a stethoscope? Come on in!"" Sorry to the few client reviewers who referred to these people as respectful and professional...superficially, perhaps, but so is every $ucce$$fully manipulative $ale$person.

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Corporate-run, money-driven veterinary business, heavy heavy heavy on diagnostics (easy $$$-maker), but oddly enough, lacking the treatment capabilities and continuous care of a serious hospital (as a rule they never keep patients overnight, no isolation room, etc). High turnover rate for veterinarian position because Chief of Staff is known for being ""difficult"", and not in a high standard way but rather in a catty, obnoxious, spoiled sorority girl way. Can be sweet as pie to clients' faces but frequently berates and disparages them nonetheless. Online reviews (check out insiderpages reviews too) are overwhelmingly unfavorable, because most people can easily see though this type of veneer. Vets/techs: Unless you're completely desperate for a temporary job in the area, don't even bother considering this place. Clients: I'd strongly recommend taking your beloved animal to a legitimate veterinary hospital, where he/she will get a thorough physical exam and you'll be thoroughly educated on options and possibilities before someone who's not the doctor whisks into the room, rattling off a huge estimate of expenses. There are honest, genuine, patient-focused vets out there, but you won't find them working at an establishment like this. ""Business major wearing a stethoscope? Come on in!"" Sorry to the few client reviewers who referred to these people as respectful and professional...superficially, perhaps, but so is every $ucce$$fully manipulative $ale$person.

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I have been using NPAH for about 4 years or so. Dr. Scosia has been the BEST! She is compassionate and truly cares about the animals. I recently had to say goodbye to my 13 year old Lab and not only was Dr. Scosia amazing, but so was the staff. The days leading to my dogs passing Dr. Scosia and Dr. Ursitti were always focused on my dogs quality of life. They never tried to push unnecessary tests or give false hope. When the day came to make the "call", I had complete faith in my vets. On the hardest day of any pet owners life, the people at NPAH made it so much easier to bear. The kind words, hugs, tears shed along with me...this place is incredible. Days later I received a sincere and heartfelt card from the staff that I will treasure always. They could have just sent a generic card, maybe with a name or two on it to make it personal...but instead everyone signed the card and even wrote some kind sentiments about my boy. Now I am down to one Lab and my kitty. I highly recommend New Paltz to anyone who cares about their animal. They welcome you with open arms and always have pat or a treat ready to give your furry friend. Thank you NPAH for all you do!

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I have been using NPAH for about 4 years or so. Dr. Scosia has been the BEST! She is compassionate and truly cares about the animals. I recently had to say goodbye to my 13 year old Lab and not only was Dr. Scosia amazing, but so was the staff. The days leading to my dogs passing Dr. Scosia and Dr. Ursitti were always focused on my dogs quality of life. They never tried to push unnecessary tests or give false hope. When the day came to make the "call", I had complete faith in my vets. On the hardest day of any pet owners life, the people at NPAH made it so much easier to bear. The kind words, hugs, tears shed along with me...this place is incredible. Days later I received a sincere and heartfelt card from the staff that I will treasure always. They could have just sent a generic card, maybe with a name or two on it to make it personal...but instead everyone signed the card and even wrote some kind sentiments about my boy. Now I am down to one Lab and my kitty. I highly recommend New Paltz to anyone who cares about their animal. They welcome you with open arms and always have pat or a treat ready to give your furry friend. Thank you NPAH for all you do!

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I drive 45 minutes one way to go to New Paltz Animal Hospital! These VETS and STAFF are the BEST EVER!!! Compassion and awesome care, I cannot say enough about New Paltz Animal Hospital. They treat everyone with respect, humor and professionalism. Never have I had Vets that I have been so happy with, and the care that my 'pets' receive is the best in the whole wide world. YOU GUYS ARE AWESOME!\nThey have been there for me for routine care, major surgeries and when I lost my best friend. \nWorth the drive and I recommend them to everyone! \n\n

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I drive 45 minutes one way to go to New Paltz Animal Hospital! These VETS and STAFF are the BEST EVER!!! Compassion and awesome care, I cannot say enough about New Paltz Animal Hospital. They treat everyone with respect, humor and professionalism. Never have I had Vets that I have been so happy with, and the care that my 'pets' receive is the best in the whole wide world. YOU GUYS ARE AWESOME!\nThey have been there for me for routine care, major surgeries and when I lost my best friend. \nWorth the drive and I recommend them to everyone! \n\n

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!!! Buyer beware!!!! This "animal hospital" (more like money mill) must be taking it's cues from the crooks on Wall Street. It is OUTRAGEOUSLY expensive, and they will charge you for everything. It's so calculated that one gets the impression that you should leave the cat at home and just bring your checkbook. What a shame that a local vet has forgotten what it's all about and has focused on jacked up prices and making a quick buck. Looks as though their business model came from a used car lot. Steer clear of this place!!! Read the other reviews. Shame! Shame! Shame!

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!!! Buyer beware!!!! This "animal hospital" (more like money mill) must be taking it's cues from the crooks on Wall Street. It is OUTRAGEOUSLY expensive, and they will charge you for everything. It's so calculated that one gets the impression that you should leave the cat at home and just bring your checkbook. What a shame that a local vet has forgotten what it's all about and has focused on jacked up prices and making a quick buck. Looks as though their business model came from a used car lot. Steer clear of this place!!! Read the other reviews. Shame! Shame! Shame!

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I am not one to write a bad review but...NPAH is not a bad place, just Dr. Socia. She has used bad language during visits (when we DID go there), she has charged us for so many things that were not needed but we had no say once they were done. She has been openly rude and arrogant. Gardiner Animal Hospital is a ride for us, we would take it any day!!!!!! The compassion is unreal. If they replace Dr. Socia, it may be an ok place to visit....until then....beware, read the rest of the reviews!

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I am not one to write a bad review but...NPAH is not a bad place, just Dr. Socia. She has used bad language during visits (when we DID go there), she has charged us for so many things that were not needed but we had no say once they were done. She has been openly rude and arrogant. Gardiner Animal Hospital is a ride for us, we would take it any day!!!!!! The compassion is unreal. If they replace Dr. Socia, it may be an ok place to visit....until then....beware, read the rest of the reviews!

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Always request Beatrice Ehrsam- she is a the best vet I have ever met. True professional with a caring heart.
5 years ago she was able to bring my paralyzed dog, that no other vet gave any hope, to full recovery with acupuncture!
She the only reason to use New Paltz Animal Hospital- you can't find vet like her anywhere else.

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Always request Beatrice Ehrsam- she is a the best vet I have ever met. True professional with a caring heart.
5 years ago she was able to bring my paralyzed dog, that no other vet gave any hope, to full recovery with acupuncture!
She the only reason to use New Paltz Animal Hospital- you can't find vet like her anywhere else.

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Worst, uncaring vet I ever have seen.
All they care about is money! I brought an injuried kitten I found on the side of the road right by the hospital.
Next thing I know I got an outrageous bill for 'services'.
So much for trying to do the right thing!

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Worst, uncaring vet I ever have seen.
All they care about is money! I brought an injuried kitten I found on the side of the road right by the hospital.
Next thing I know I got an outrageous bill for 'services'.
So much for trying to do the right thing!

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Yes, Dr. Soscia should not be in that line of work. She is extremely condescending and unprofessional. Chances are you'll pay for more tests, etc. than necessary.
Not the same place as when Docs
Samuels, Lapos and Cody were there.
You can find Samuels and Cody in Marbletown Animal Hospital and Lapos at Parkside in Albany. Worth the drives for sure!

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Yes, Dr. Soscia should not be in that line of work. She is extremely condescending and unprofessional. Chances are you'll pay for more tests, etc. than necessary.
Not the same place as when Docs
Samuels, Lapos and Cody were there.
You can find Samuels and Cody in Marbletown Animal Hospital and Lapos at Parkside in Albany. Worth the drives for sure!

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2 out of 6 people found this review helpful.

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My dog never had shot reactions before (4 years) 1 time at this vet and is had a reaction so bad I brought him back that night to be told he was having an allergic reaction and they treated him. They charged me over $250 more for that visit.\r\n\r\nThis year it happen at night I brought him to the clinic, and Dr Socia was rude, condescending and admitted to me she gave him only 1/2 shot but charged me for the entire one. She didn't even consider compensating me the $151 I got charged to bring him to the clinic!\r\n\r\n( Oh and one of the docs diagnosed my other dog with a eye problem only German Shepard get- he's a pug)

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My dog never had shot reactions before (4 years) 1 time at this vet and is had a reaction so bad I brought him back that night to be told he was having an allergic reaction and they treated him. They charged me over $250 more for that visit.\r\n\r\nThis year it happen at night I brought him to the clinic, and Dr Socia was rude, condescending and admitted to me she gave him only 1/2 shot but charged me for the entire one. She didn't even consider compensating me the $151 I got charged to bring him to the clinic!\r\n\r\n( Oh and one of the docs diagnosed my other dog with a eye problem only German Shepard get- he's a pug)

Pros: in town

Cons: pricey, preform tests undeeded, charge with out asking

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Clean, friendly facility. The staff really seems to love animals - and they treat their owners nicely too.

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Clean, friendly facility. The staff really seems to love animals - and they treat their owners nicely too.

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4 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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Many of my friends take their pets here and love the friendliness of the place. They are always busy and helpful. I've picked up special food for my cat and they've been nice about getting what is needed.

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Many of my friends take their pets here and love the friendliness of the place. They are always busy and helpful. I've picked up special food for my cat and they've been nice about getting what is needed.

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My cat was coming in for a routine dental cleaning. I paid $80.00 for bloodwork. The Dr. Socia did not wait for the bloodwork results to come back before putting my cat under anesthesia. My cat died on the table. \r\n\r\nIf the vet had waited she would have seen my cat could not have anesthesia. Why didn't she wait!? I miss him everyday.

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My cat was coming in for a routine dental cleaning. I paid $80.00 for bloodwork. The Dr. Socia did not wait for the bloodwork results to come back before putting my cat under anesthesia. My cat died on the table. \r\n\r\nIf the vet had waited she would have seen my cat could not have anesthesia. Why didn't she wait!? I miss him everyday.

Cons: Vet's do not care about animals!

 

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