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Dr. Levy is great!!! My family and I are so lucky to have found her. My cat was initially taken to another veterinarian in the Bronx because we wanted our cat's tumor examined since she kept scratching and licking it causing it to bleed. A couple of years ago we were told that the tumor was not cancerous but we wanted to make sure that this was still true. In addition, our cat also needed a nail trimming because she had ingrown nails that hindered her walking. Our cat is about 21 years old and for the most part healthy. However, when our cat was taken to the veterinarian in the Bronx, the veterinarian informed my sister that Delia was dehydrated and that rather than trim her nails and give her treatment she should be euthanized. In fact the veterinarian wanted to euthanize Delia as soon as possible. \r\n\r\nWhen I got home that night my mother was saddened by the news and did not know what to do. I looked into my cat's eyes and they were very lively. Furthermore, Delia was eating 3 times a day. How could this vet want to euthanize a cat that still had some life in her? \r\n\r\nThe next morning I was at work and a co-worker recommended that I contact Dr. Levy. What initially caught my intention was that Dr. Levy made house calls. When I spoke to Dr. Levy on the telephone I was very impressed because I got this overwhelming feeling that my cat was going to be fine. Euthanizing Delia was not the first option coming out of Dr. Levy's mouth.\r\n\r\nMy family quickly fell in love with Dr. Levy when she came to my home in the Bronx. She provided Delia with all the treatment that she did not receive from the veterinarian that wanted to euthanize her. Delia was given fluid therapy, antibiotics, nail trimming for her ingrown nails, paw and wound treatment, and injections. In addition, Dr. Levy instructed my sister on how she should administer fluid therapy to Delia for 20 days. Dr. Levy also showed my sister how to treat Delia's wounds for proper healing. Dr. Levy was patient and gentle throughout the whole process. It was evident to see that Dr. Levy cares about the animals she treats and it shows in her work because she gives a 100%. \r\n\r\nI am happy to say that Delia is back on her feet and she is more lively than ever!! Furthermore, her wounds are healing nicely. The tumor that Delia kept scratching has healed very well and is no longer bleeding. If it was not for Dr. Levy, Delia would not be alive!!!! Dr. Levy was worth every penny!!! I highly recommend Dr. Levy to anyone who wants high quality service from someone who really cares. \r\n\r\nThank you so much Dr. Levy!!!!\r\n\r\nMarco Angel, Esq.

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Dr. Levy is great!!! My family and I are so lucky to have found her. My cat was initially taken to another veterinarian in the Bronx because we wanted our cat's tumor examined since she kept scratching and licking it causing it to bleed. A couple of years ago we were told that the tumor was not cancerous but we wanted to make sure that this was still true. In addition, our cat also needed a nail trimming because she had ingrown nails that hindered her walking. Our cat is about 21 years old and for the most part healthy. However, when our cat was taken to the veterinarian in the Bronx, the veterinarian informed my sister that Delia was dehydrated and that rather than trim her nails and give her treatment she should be euthanized. In fact the veterinarian wanted to euthanize Delia as soon as possible. \r\n\r\nWhen I got home that night my mother was saddened by the news and did not know what to do. I looked into my cat's eyes and they were very lively. Furthermore, Delia was eating 3 times a day. How could this vet want to euthanize a cat that still had some life in her? \r\n\r\nThe next morning I was at work and a co-worker recommended that I contact Dr. Levy. What initially caught my intention was that Dr. Levy made house calls. When I spoke to Dr. Levy on the telephone I was very impressed because I got this overwhelming feeling that my cat was going to be fine. Euthanizing Delia was not the first option coming out of Dr. Levy's mouth.\r\n\r\nMy family quickly fell in love with Dr. Levy when she came to my home in the Bronx. She provided Delia with all the treatment that she did not receive from the veterinarian that wanted to euthanize her. Delia was given fluid therapy, antibiotics, nail trimming for her ingrown nails, paw and wound treatment, and injections. In addition, Dr. Levy instructed my sister on how she should administer fluid therapy to Delia for 20 days. Dr. Levy also showed my sister how to treat Delia's wounds for proper healing. Dr. Levy was patient and gentle throughout the whole process. It was evident to see that Dr. Levy cares about the animals she treats and it shows in her work because she gives a 100%. \r\n\r\nI am happy to say that Delia is back on her feet and she is more lively than ever!! Furthermore, her wounds are healing nicely. The tumor that Delia kept scratching has healed very well and is no longer bleeding. If it was not for Dr. Levy, Delia would not be alive!!!! Dr. Levy was worth every penny!!! I highly recommend Dr. Levy to anyone who wants high quality service from someone who really cares. \r\n\r\nThank you so much Dr. Levy!!!!\r\n\r\nMarco Angel, Esq.

 

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