Glasser, Robert, DVM - Steinway Court Veterinarian

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  • 3241 Steinway St Ste R

    Long Island City, NY 11103

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A.) on a routine visit, my cat was frightened and would not come out of the carrier. I began taking the carrier apart, but the vet said not to bother. He picked up the carrier and TURNED IT UPSIDE DOWN AND SHOOK IT, trying to get my cat out. I took the carrier from him, and left. B.) During the two years I foolishly allowed this man to treat my cats, he told me they had gingivitis and that if I did not get their teeth cleaned, they would fall out in their advanced years. This process was hundreds of dollars per visit PER CAT. After not having had my cats teeth cleaned for two years I asked my new vet how their teeth were, feeling guilty for not having the money (or wanting to put them through the anesthesia) I was told that they were fine, and 10 years later they are still fine. There was never any need to clean their teeth. It was just this vet's way of bullying me into padding his bill.

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A.) on a routine visit, my cat was frightened and would not come out of the carrier. I began taking the carrier apart, but the vet said not to bother. He picked up the carrier and TURNED IT UPSIDE DOWN AND SHOOK IT, trying to get my cat out. I took the carrier from him, and left. B.) During the two years I foolishly allowed this man to treat my cats, he told me they had gingivitis and that if I did not get their teeth cleaned, they would fall out in their advanced years. This process was hundreds of dollars per visit PER CAT. After not having had my cats teeth cleaned for two years I asked my new vet how their teeth were, feeling guilty for not having the money (or wanting to put them through the anesthesia) I was told that they were fine, and 10 years later they are still fine. There was never any need to clean their teeth. It was just this vet's way of bullying me into padding his bill.

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A.) on a routine visit, my cat was frightened and would not come out of the carrier. I began taking the carrier apart, but the vet said not to bother. He picked up the carrier and TURNED IT UPSIDE DOWN AND SHOOK IT, trying to get my cat out. I took the carrier from him, and left. B.) During the two years I foolishly allowed this man to treat my cats, he told me they had gingivitis and that if I did not get their teeth cleaned, they would fall out in their advanced years. This process was hundreds of dollars per visit PER CAT. After not having had my cats teeth cleaned for two years I asked my new vet how their teeth were, feeling guilty for not having the money (or wanting to put them through the anesthesia) I was told that they were fine, and 10 years later they are still fine. There was never any need to clean their teeth. It was just this vet's way of bullying me into padding his bill.

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A.) on a routine visit, my cat was frightened and would not come out of the carrier. I began taking the carrier apart, but the vet said not to bother. He picked up the carrier and TURNED IT UPSIDE DOWN AND SHOOK IT, trying to get my cat out. I took the carrier from him, and left. B.) During the two years I foolishly allowed this man to treat my cats, he told me they had gingivitis and that if I did not get their teeth cleaned, they would fall out in their advanced years. This process was hundreds of dollars per visit PER CAT. After not having had my cats teeth cleaned for two years I asked my new vet how their teeth were, feeling guilty for not having the money (or wanting to put them through the anesthesia) I was told that they were fine, and 10 years later they are still fine. There was never any need to clean their teeth. It was just this vet's way of bullying me into padding his bill.

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For more than 12 years Dr. Glasser has been the doktor for our Cocker Spaniel. With his help we have been able to keep his allergies in check and to keep him in good health. \nWith a dog like ours it is good to know that we can count on our vet. The visits are pleasant and thorough. All phone calls are promptly returned. Questions and requests are answered. I would not think of bringing my pet anywhere else.

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For more than 12 years Dr. Glasser has been the doktor for our Cocker Spaniel. With his help we have been able to keep his allergies in check and to keep him in good health. \nWith a dog like ours it is good to know that we can count on our vet. The visits are pleasant and thorough. All phone calls are promptly returned. Questions and requests are answered. I would not think of bringing my pet anywhere else.

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I am exceedingly grateful to Dr. Robert Glaser and his great staff at Steinway Court Veterinarian. I was visiting from Florida recently and my dog began to act unwell. There was nothing specific but it was still worrisome. Dr. Glaser was terrific. He was able to quickly diagnosis my dog and treated us as if we were long-time patients. He called the following morning with blood test results and to see how my dog was feeling. I found him super competent, easy to talk to and very caring. Too bad I live 1,200 miles away. I'd love for him to be my dog's permanent vet.

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I am exceedingly grateful to Dr. Robert Glaser and his great staff at Steinway Court Veterinarian. I was visiting from Florida recently and my dog began to act unwell. There was nothing specific but it was still worrisome. Dr. Glaser was terrific. He was able to quickly diagnosis my dog and treated us as if we were long-time patients. He called the following morning with blood test results and to see how my dog was feeling. I found him super competent, easy to talk to and very caring. Too bad I live 1,200 miles away. I'd love for him to be my dog's permanent vet.

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All the staff workers were very friendly and welcoming.\nThey work with the doctors very efficiently as a team.\n\nDr. Glasser was great. He was very efficient with the use of time during the examination, and he was able to find the type of my dog's ear infection right away just by looking through the otoscope. This not only saved money for us but also saved us time to get the test done.\n\nAnother plus is that each animal's detailed medical record is kept online for the owner to see at anytime.

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All the staff workers were very friendly and welcoming.\nThey work with the doctors very efficiently as a team.\n\nDr. Glasser was great. He was very efficient with the use of time during the examination, and he was able to find the type of my dog's ear infection right away just by looking through the otoscope. This not only saved money for us but also saved us time to get the test done.\n\nAnother plus is that each animal's detailed medical record is kept online for the owner to see at anytime.

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I have had nothing but the most positive experiences at Steinway Court.\nThe office staff is really very nice and positive; it always makes me happy when they come over and greet my cat by name in the waiting room. The office in total is very clean, which I think is an extremely important element in any medical environment.\n\nDr. Glasser is compassionate, and really seems to understand my cat.\nShe always settles down when he is handling her - something I find quite amazing for an animal that only wants to be home! The care my cat receives is excellent, and the advice and follow through with Dr. Glasser and staff could not be better. Dr. Glasser makes suggestions about her care, in our case she is a little tubby. But he never makes me feel that I am not taking anything but good care of my cat -- and he helps me find the best ways to give her the best care possible at home. His advice is excellent, and he clearly is very empassioned about his work.\n\nI highly recommend Dr. Glasser and Steinway Court. I could not imagine anyone's animal being in better hands.\n\n

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I have had nothing but the most positive experiences at Steinway Court.\nThe office staff is really very nice and positive; it always makes me happy when they come over and greet my cat by name in the waiting room. The office in total is very clean, which I think is an extremely important element in any medical environment.\n\nDr. Glasser is compassionate, and really seems to understand my cat.\nShe always settles down when he is handling her - something I find quite amazing for an animal that only wants to be home! The care my cat receives is excellent, and the advice and follow through with Dr. Glasser and staff could not be better. Dr. Glasser makes suggestions about her care, in our case she is a little tubby. But he never makes me feel that I am not taking anything but good care of my cat -- and he helps me find the best ways to give her the best care possible at home. His advice is excellent, and he clearly is very empassioned about his work.\n\nI highly recommend Dr. Glasser and Steinway Court. I could not imagine anyone's animal being in better hands.\n\n

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I am grateful to Dr Glasser for helping my cat Max recover from his illness. After seeing other Veterinarian's I was impressed with how he was able to quickly diagnose my cat's condition and at the same time make Max as comfortable as humanly possible considering that my cat is not a big fan of Doctors.

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I am grateful to Dr Glasser for helping my cat Max recover from his illness. After seeing other Veterinarian's I was impressed with how he was able to quickly diagnose my cat's condition and at the same time make Max as comfortable as humanly possible considering that my cat is not a big fan of Doctors.

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I brought my dog who had a sore leg to Dr. Glasser. Dr. Glasser diagnosed the problem and gave me medication that had my dog well within 12 hours. Dr. Glasser has always done a great job with my dogs. He is very pleasant to work with and charges fees that can't be beat. I recommend him to all pet owners who want to be treated fairly and insure that their pets receive the best treatment.

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I brought my dog who had a sore leg to Dr. Glasser. Dr. Glasser diagnosed the problem and gave me medication that had my dog well within 12 hours. Dr. Glasser has always done a great job with my dogs. He is very pleasant to work with and charges fees that can't be beat. I recommend him to all pet owners who want to be treated fairly and insure that their pets receive the best treatment.

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I started going to Steinway Court over 20 yrs ago with my mother's cats, My dog at the time was very sick and Dr Glasser took care of her. Then i got parrots and went to him and again great care for my animals. Now with my new puppy I am so happy that Dr Glasser and his staff are there. What care and concern. I could not image going anywhere else. If you love your animals this is the place!

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I started going to Steinway Court over 20 yrs ago with my mother's cats, My dog at the time was very sick and Dr Glasser took care of her. Then i got parrots and went to him and again great care for my animals. Now with my new puppy I am so happy that Dr Glasser and his staff are there. What care and concern. I could not image going anywhere else. If you love your animals this is the place!

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I took sparky to this vet hosptial, when my regular vet was closed. He delveloped a swelling under his eye that was getting bigger so I didn't wait so I took him to dr. Glasser and he told me it was coming from his molar tooth that was infected. I actually didn't know I was sapose to have his teeth cleaned periodiclly cuz my other vet never mentioned it to me. After they removed the tooth and cleaned his teeth the infection went away and he can breath so much better. This vet was very nice and he explained everything so well . I'm sticking with this place from now on.....

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I took sparky to this vet hosptial, when my regular vet was closed. He delveloped a swelling under his eye that was getting bigger so I didn't wait so I took him to dr. Glasser and he told me it was coming from his molar tooth that was infected. I actually didn't know I was sapose to have his teeth cleaned periodiclly cuz my other vet never mentioned it to me. After they removed the tooth and cleaned his teeth the infection went away and he can breath so much better. This vet was very nice and he explained everything so well . I'm sticking with this place from now on.....

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very friendly front staff and techs, clean, fair price and excellent doctor....overall A+

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very friendly front staff and techs, clean, fair price and excellent doctor....overall A+

Pros: great vet all around

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my husband had taken my cat jake to two other vetd in astoria area, and both of which was unable to solve the problem on why jake had constant diarrhea. it had been going on for weeks and getting worst. dr glasser suspected jake had pancreatitis and that this is a real hard dieases to figure out, he had to take a special blood test and send it to cornell univ. meantime, he started jake on medicine for pancreatitis. finally the results can in and he was positive for the disease and being he was on the medication for it my jake was getting better. i am very greatful to have a vet like dr. glasser hegot it taken care of quickly which was importnant to me. i would recommend him to anyone who wants a vet who knows his stuff.

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my husband had taken my cat jake to two other vetd in astoria area, and both of which was unable to solve the problem on why jake had constant diarrhea. it had been going on for weeks and getting worst. dr glasser suspected jake had pancreatitis and that this is a real hard dieases to figure out, he had to take a special blood test and send it to cornell univ. meantime, he started jake on medicine for pancreatitis. finally the results can in and he was positive for the disease and being he was on the medication for it my jake was getting better. i am very greatful to have a vet like dr. glasser hegot it taken care of quickly which was importnant to me. i would recommend him to anyone who wants a vet who knows his stuff.

Pros: knows his stuff

Cons: needs mor vets like him

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I have to say that I have never met a Veterinarian more concerned about animals than Dr. Glasser. I've been taking my dogs and Iguana to Steinway Court Vet for about 5 years now and I wont change vets! They always know whats best for my pets and go the extra distance to make sure I do the right things for their health. My iguana Buddy, caught a bad infection due to something he ate and was nearly at the point of death. I brought him to Dr. Glasser and he did what was necessary. He gave me the medication with specific instructions on what to do to keep him alive. 4 days later my iguana was looking and acting like his old self again! If Dr.Glasser ever reads yelp all I have to say is, Thanks Your The Best!\r\n\r\n

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I have to say that I have never met a Veterinarian more concerned about animals than Dr. Glasser. I've been taking my dogs and Iguana to Steinway Court Vet for about 5 years now and I wont change vets! They always know whats best for my pets and go the extra distance to make sure I do the right things for their health. My iguana Buddy, caught a bad infection due to something he ate and was nearly at the point of death. I brought him to Dr. Glasser and he did what was necessary. He gave me the medication with specific instructions on what to do to keep him alive. 4 days later my iguana was looking and acting like his old self again! If Dr.Glasser ever reads yelp all I have to say is, Thanks Your The Best!\r\n\r\n

Pros: Great Vet & cute secretarys

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I have to say that I have never met a Veterinarian more concerned about animals than Dr. Glasser. I've been taking my dogs and Iguana to Steinway Court Vet for about 5 years now and I wont change vets! They always know whats best for my pets and go the extra distance to make sure I do the right things for their health. My iguana Buddy, caught a bad infection due to something he ate and was nearly at the point of death. I brought him to Dr. Glasser and he did what was necessary. He gave me the medication with specific instructions on what to do to keep him alive. 4 days later my iguana was looking and acting like his old self again! If Dr.Glasser ever reads yelp all I have to say is, Thanks Your The Best!

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I have to say that I have never met a Veterinarian more concerned about animals than Dr. Glasser. I've been taking my dogs and Iguana to Steinway Court Vet for about 5 years now and I wont change vets! They always know whats best for my pets and go the extra distance to make sure I do the right things for their health. My iguana Buddy, caught a bad infection due to something he ate and was nearly at the point of death. I brought him to Dr. Glasser and he did what was necessary. He gave me the medication with specific instructions on what to do to keep him alive. 4 days later my iguana was looking and acting like his old self again! If Dr.Glasser ever reads yelp all I have to say is, Thanks Your The Best!

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i was on my usual saturday walk in the park with my yorkie elvis when i heard a scream. when i looked over at him he was limping and bleeding from his paw. i ran over to dr. glasser at steinway court veterinarian. i ran into the waiting room full with people wit their pets who gasped at me in horror. i hadent noticed, but my shirt distroyed because elvis was bleeding all over my shirt. the receptionists qucikly placed me in a empty exam room and called dr. glasser in right away. he looked at elvis and my horrified expression and the first thing he told me was elvis will be fine, but he needs immediate surgery because he had cut a mjor vein in his leg. so while i waited a receptionist gave me a clean scrub top to change into and offered me a cup of tea. i was further consoled by the staff and updated on elvis's condition during sugery as i waited. after 2 hours they discharged elvis with antibiotics and medication for pain. i was expecting the bill to be astronomical but it wassurprisingly less then i thought it would be, considering the circumstances. sometimes you dont know how good a vet hospital is until you see how they handle a panicked pet owner in a emergency. dr. glasser and the steinway court vet, gets a A+ from a very grateful pet owner! :-D

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i was on my usual saturday walk in the park with my yorkie elvis when i heard a scream. when i looked over at him he was limping and bleeding from his paw. i ran over to dr. glasser at steinway court veterinarian. i ran into the waiting room full with people wit their pets who gasped at me in horror. i hadent noticed, but my shirt distroyed because elvis was bleeding all over my shirt. the receptionists qucikly placed me in a empty exam room and called dr. glasser in right away. he looked at elvis and my horrified expression and the first thing he told me was elvis will be fine, but he needs immediate surgery because he had cut a mjor vein in his leg. so while i waited a receptionist gave me a clean scrub top to change into and offered me a cup of tea. i was further consoled by the staff and updated on elvis's condition during sugery as i waited. after 2 hours they discharged elvis with antibiotics and medication for pain. i was expecting the bill to be astronomical but it wassurprisingly less then i thought it would be, considering the circumstances. sometimes you dont know how good a vet hospital is until you see how they handle a panicked pet owner in a emergency. dr. glasser and the steinway court vet, gets a A+ from a very grateful pet owner! :-D

Pros: handles emergency situations very well.

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my bunny wasnt eating for several days and not himself so i took him to a vet who wanted me to run alot of expensive test on him. then i spoke to several people who said bring him to dr. glasser at steinway court vet. dr glasser said he teeth needed just to be trimmed and he showed me them and they were really long. now my bunny doing great. i would highly recommend this vet to anyone....

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my bunny wasnt eating for several days and not himself so i took him to a vet who wanted me to run alot of expensive test on him. then i spoke to several people who said bring him to dr. glasser at steinway court vet. dr glasser said he teeth needed just to be trimmed and he showed me them and they were really long. now my bunny doing great. i would highly recommend this vet to anyone....

Pros: always expains everything so i understand

Cons: the parking police love giving tickets on steinway

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In 1994, I was going through a bitter divorce and at an extreme low point in my life. A friend urged me to get a puppy, so I went to North Shore Animal League and found an adorable mix breed. After about a week, ""Bella"" started to cough and I asked several people on my block who had pets and they all told me to bring her to Dr. Glasser. He told me she had kennel cough and assured me she would be fine and she was. The first couple of weeks were rough and I thought I may have gotten in over my head, as I was cleaning up lots of accidents in the house and found her chewing on my shoes constantly. All changed quickly with some training advice from Dr. Glasser's office and we were going everywhere together. I took her on my daily errands and she was there for me when I was putting up with an irrate ex-husband and his nasty lawyers. She helped me get through a very tough period in my life. When she was 4 years old, she was running in the yard and started screaming. I rushed her to Dr. Glasser and he told me she had torn her ACL knee ligament. He performed surgery at his office and put in an artificial ligament. She limped for about 3 weeks, but then was as good as new. When she was 9, she stopped eating one day and was extremely weak. Again I rushed her in to Dr. Glasser. He ran some tests and told me she had a tumor on her spleen. I was devastated! She had her spleen removed after which he recommended a consultation with a cancer specialist. They wanted her to have chemo, but Dr. Glasser did not advise it because of the side effects. He told me there was a good chance that he had got it all out. That cancer never did come back. As the years past, she slowed down a little but went for her check ups and got a clean bill of health. Last year, Bella started to drink a lot of water and I thought she had diabetes. Dr. Glasser took a bloodand urine test and told me she had kidney disease. My heart sank, but he told me with a change in food and some medicines we could get her a good amount of time still, hopefully. Two weeks ago, I noticed her appetite was gone and her normal playfulness was not there. I once agtain took her to Dr. Glasser, but I knew this time she would not be coming home again. Sure enough, she was in kidney failure. I knew she was suffering now and my best friend for so long needed my help. Everything she did for me came rushing back and I could not control the tears. In a darkened room, I held her that last time as Dr. Glasser gave her an injection. I felt her body slowly slip away peacefully. I will never forget Bella, she is still a part of me. As for Dr. Glasser, words cannot express my gratitude; he is the ultimate professional.

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In 1994, I was going through a bitter divorce and at an extreme low point in my life. A friend urged me to get a puppy, so I went to North Shore Animal League and found an adorable mix breed. After about a week, ""Bella"" started to cough and I asked several people on my block who had pets and they all told me to bring her to Dr. Glasser. He told me she had kennel cough and assured me she would be fine and she was. The first couple of weeks were rough and I thought I may have gotten in over my head, as I was cleaning up lots of accidents in the house and found her chewing on my shoes constantly. All changed quickly with some training advice from Dr. Glasser's office and we were going everywhere together. I took her on my daily errands and she was there for me when I was putting up with an irrate ex-husband and his nasty lawyers. She helped me get through a very tough period in my life. When she was 4 years old, she was running in the yard and started screaming. I rushed her to Dr. Glasser and he told me she had torn her ACL knee ligament. He performed surgery at his office and put in an artificial ligament. She limped for about 3 weeks, but then was as good as new. When she was 9, she stopped eating one day and was extremely weak. Again I rushed her in to Dr. Glasser. He ran some tests and told me she had a tumor on her spleen. I was devastated! She had her spleen removed after which he recommended a consultation with a cancer specialist. They wanted her to have chemo, but Dr. Glasser did not advise it because of the side effects. He told me there was a good chance that he had got it all out. That cancer never did come back. As the years past, she slowed down a little but went for her check ups and got a clean bill of health. Last year, Bella started to drink a lot of water and I thought she had diabetes. Dr. Glasser took a bloodand urine test and told me she had kidney disease. My heart sank, but he told me with a change in food and some medicines we could get her a good amount of time still, hopefully. Two weeks ago, I noticed her appetite was gone and her normal playfulness was not there. I once agtain took her to Dr. Glasser, but I knew this time she would not be coming home again. Sure enough, she was in kidney failure. I knew she was suffering now and my best friend for so long needed my help. Everything she did for me came rushing back and I could not control the tears. In a darkened room, I held her that last time as Dr. Glasser gave her an injection. I felt her body slowly slip away peacefully. I will never forget Bella, she is still a part of me. As for Dr. Glasser, words cannot express my gratitude; he is the ultimate professional.

Pros: Professional and efficient

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Response to IBD1120\r\nVeterinary medicine is a necessary expense to provide your loved one with the proper treatment and care. We are here to make sure Sam is healthy and keep him that way. Our office has done everything to expedite the health and well being of her pet from the first time she came in. Sam first came to us for the first puppy visit when he was about 3 months old, and again three weeks later for the last set of boosters. Sam was neutered at five months of age. Prior to being neuter however; we ran pre-anesthetic blo*d tests to ensure that he his kidneys and liver would process the anesthesia prior to sedation. At seven months Sam was tested for heartworms and dispensed heartworm preventative. \r\n\r\nThe next time we saw Sam, he was having extremely loose stools and had vom*ted numerous times. Upon examination this was obviously not the Sam we had come to know and love. He was weak, and lethargic. A rectal examination found several pieces of chewed bone in his rectum. The possibility of a bone obstruction or perforation of his bowel by a splintered piece of bone was our immediate concern. We recommended Sam have x-rays to see if there were indications of a bone obstruction in his intestinal tract. \r\n\r\nThank goodness after evaluating his x-rays, no obstruction was noted, nor was there a need for surgical intervention. A serum chemistry and complete blo*d count was taken to evaluate the extent of the intestinal infection that ingesting the bone had caused. Sam was started on antibiotics and other injectable medications right away to begin healing his bowel. He was sent home with strict dietary instructions (either food they could prepare at home or food that we sell- which ever they preferred) as well as dispensed intestinal antibiotics and H2 blockers to sooth his bowel. We called the next day to inquire as to his condition and talk about his blo^d results, although she was not in. \r\n\r\n We are saddened by her perception and only wish she would have addressed her concerns to us. As always we try to provide the best veterinary care to all our patients. \r\nSteinway Court Veterinarian\r\n

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Response to IBD1120\r\nVeterinary medicine is a necessary expense to provide your loved one with the proper treatment and care. We are here to make sure Sam is healthy and keep him that way. Our office has done everything to expedite the health and well being of her pet from the first time she came in. Sam first came to us for the first puppy visit when he was about 3 months old, and again three weeks later for the last set of boosters. Sam was neutered at five months of age. Prior to being neuter however; we ran pre-anesthetic blo*d tests to ensure that he his kidneys and liver would process the anesthesia prior to sedation. At seven months Sam was tested for heartworms and dispensed heartworm preventative. \r\n\r\nThe next time we saw Sam, he was having extremely loose stools and had vom*ted numerous times. Upon examination this was obviously not the Sam we had come to know and love. He was weak, and lethargic. A rectal examination found several pieces of chewed bone in his rectum. The possibility of a bone obstruction or perforation of his bowel by a splintered piece of bone was our immediate concern. We recommended Sam have x-rays to see if there were indications of a bone obstruction in his intestinal tract. \r\n\r\nThank goodness after evaluating his x-rays, no obstruction was noted, nor was there a need for surgical intervention. A serum chemistry and complete blo*d count was taken to evaluate the extent of the intestinal infection that ingesting the bone had caused. Sam was started on antibiotics and other injectable medications right away to begin healing his bowel. He was sent home with strict dietary instructions (either food they could prepare at home or food that we sell- which ever they preferred) as well as dispensed intestinal antibiotics and H2 blockers to sooth his bowel. We called the next day to inquire as to his condition and talk about his blo^d results, although she was not in. \r\n\r\n We are saddened by her perception and only wish she would have addressed her concerns to us. As always we try to provide the best veterinary care to all our patients. \r\nSteinway Court Veterinarian\r\n

Pros: Has pets best interest in mind

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my dog sonia wasn't eatting for two days and was shaking. then she started to have very loose stool and it had red stuff in it. i took her to dr. glasser and he told me she had H.G.E. short for hemmoragic gastroenteritis. he recommended several mediciations and a bland diet. he said she should be fine and she was. i was really scared when i saw all that come out of her! i would recommend this hospital and doctor to anyone who has a sick pet. plus the hospital is very clean and doesnt smell like some places i've been to, and the people who work there are very sweet.

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my dog sonia wasn't eatting for two days and was shaking. then she started to have very loose stool and it had red stuff in it. i took her to dr. glasser and he told me she had H.G.E. short for hemmoragic gastroenteritis. he recommended several mediciations and a bland diet. he said she should be fine and she was. i was really scared when i saw all that come out of her! i would recommend this hospital and doctor to anyone who has a sick pet. plus the hospital is very clean and doesnt smell like some places i've been to, and the people who work there are very sweet.

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Dr. Glasser and his staff is by far the best veterinarian I've been to. I've had many pets in my life and never have I found a vet that was so caring and professional. He has taken care of my rottweiler & iguana who are both not so friendly when they are in unfamiliar places. The staff and doctor worked great with my pets and I would recommend him to all my friends and anyone who has pets.

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Dr. Glasser and his staff is by far the best veterinarian I've been to. I've had many pets in my life and never have I found a vet that was so caring and professional. He has taken care of my rottweiler & iguana who are both not so friendly when they are in unfamiliar places. The staff and doctor worked great with my pets and I would recommend him to all my friends and anyone who has pets.

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My poor cat, Boris got his leg caught in a a metal grate, and was limping. I took him to Dr. Glasser. At first he wasn't certain where the damage was in the leg or how severe, so he recommended taking an x-ray. He showed me a fracture in his hip on the x-ray. He ended up needing major hip surgery. I was extremely pleased on how professional Dr. Glasser was and how he handled Boris. He had the stitches removed and he is already running around like before. I would HIGHLY recommend this doctor, as he is extremely skilled.

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My poor cat, Boris got his leg caught in a a metal grate, and was limping. I took him to Dr. Glasser. At first he wasn't certain where the damage was in the leg or how severe, so he recommended taking an x-ray. He showed me a fracture in his hip on the x-ray. He ended up needing major hip surgery. I was extremely pleased on how professional Dr. Glasser was and how he handled Boris. He had the stitches removed and he is already running around like before. I would HIGHLY recommend this doctor, as he is extremely skilled.

Pros: Highly efficient, quick and effective service

Cons: Good luck finding parking!

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Having read through some of the previous reviews I felt compelled to write something here. When my husband and I moved to Astoria our puppy was under a year old. We found Steinway Court just by searching through the web. Upon our first visit to Dr. Glasser's office we were extremely pleased. All of the staff working at the front desk were sweet as sugar. They were kind to myself and my husband and obviously pleased to meet my pup. We did not have to wait long to be seen and once inside with Dr. Glasser I felt comfortable that he was knowledgeable and compassionate. My puppy had a clean bill of health and was sent home. We later scheduled an appointment for her to be spayed. The office was accommodating, allowing me to bring my dog in before I went to work and was kind when I called asking for updates. Following her surgery we found that one of her lab level was not right. Dr. Glasser has some concerns and had us come back to re-do the labs. He assured us that it was not necessarily the worst and the levels being off could just be a result of bone growth. I was sick over this but when the results came back, it was Dr . Glasser himself who called to tell me the good news that my pup was just fine.\r\n\r\nI would, and have, recommended this office to many pet owners. I can do nothing but sing the praises of steinway court vet.

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Having read through some of the previous reviews I felt compelled to write something here. When my husband and I moved to Astoria our puppy was under a year old. We found Steinway Court just by searching through the web. Upon our first visit to Dr. Glasser's office we were extremely pleased. All of the staff working at the front desk were sweet as sugar. They were kind to myself and my husband and obviously pleased to meet my pup. We did not have to wait long to be seen and once inside with Dr. Glasser I felt comfortable that he was knowledgeable and compassionate. My puppy had a clean bill of health and was sent home. We later scheduled an appointment for her to be spayed. The office was accommodating, allowing me to bring my dog in before I went to work and was kind when I called asking for updates. Following her surgery we found that one of her lab level was not right. Dr. Glasser has some concerns and had us come back to re-do the labs. He assured us that it was not necessarily the worst and the levels being off could just be a result of bone growth. I was sick over this but when the results came back, it was Dr . Glasser himself who called to tell me the good news that my pup was just fine.\r\n\r\nI would, and have, recommended this office to many pet owners. I can do nothing but sing the praises of steinway court vet.

Pros: Ease of scheduling appointments, knowledgeable staff, kind, compassionate

Cons: parking can be difficult at times - bring lots of quarters.

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i noticed a swelling on my dog rear end and brought him to steinway court veterinarian. dr. glasser told me he and a hernia and he would need surgery. he explained to me he got it because he was never nutered. so i said ok to the surgery and i got him neutered at the same time. so now he got his stiches removed and he doing great. the doctor is very nice and so are the people who works there. im glad i found my dog great vet......

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i noticed a swelling on my dog rear end and brought him to steinway court veterinarian. dr. glasser told me he and a hernia and he would need surgery. he explained to me he got it because he was never nutered. so i said ok to the surgery and i got him neutered at the same time. so now he got his stiches removed and he doing great. the doctor is very nice and so are the people who works there. im glad i found my dog great vet......

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i found dr. glassers name on a reptile web site. and im glad i did. my iguana wasnt eating for 5 days. he told me i wasnt keeping him warm enough, i didnt realize they needed an ultra violet light to get u.v, just like they do from the sun. dr. glasser told me he had a metabolic bone disease. he started him on a calcium supplement and now he much better. i highly recommend this vet.......

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i found dr. glassers name on a reptile web site. and im glad i did. my iguana wasnt eating for 5 days. he told me i wasnt keeping him warm enough, i didnt realize they needed an ultra violet light to get u.v, just like they do from the sun. dr. glasser told me he had a metabolic bone disease. he started him on a calcium supplement and now he much better. i highly recommend this vet.......

Pros: great vet....and clean

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i bought my new dog harry to Dr. Glasser for a check up. he was very gentle and patient and answered all the questions i had asked. Being i was a new pet owner there was alot of questions because i wanna be the best pet owner i can be. the office staff was very nice. and most importantly my harry got a clean bill of health! i will continue to go to stienway court vet as i feel very comfortable going there. :)

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i bought my new dog harry to Dr. Glasser for a check up. he was very gentle and patient and answered all the questions i had asked. Being i was a new pet owner there was alot of questions because i wanna be the best pet owner i can be. the office staff was very nice. and most importantly my harry got a clean bill of health! i will continue to go to stienway court vet as i feel very comfortable going there. :)

Pros: nice staff and very clean

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Dr. Bob as my kids call him was so careful with our Lutino Cockatiel. We had no idea what was wrong with our bird and Dr. Bob suggested we'd get a blood test to rule out certain common bird diseases. The blood tests came back negative. Dr. Bob suggested changing certain ways we deal with the bird and even the location of his cage. We needed to spend some time with him. After 2 weeks our bird was so much better. While I didn't want to spend the money on the blood test (yes, it costs more than the bird) I moved forward with Dr. Bob's suggestions with confidence. I trust Dr. Bob and he was great with my kids. He told them about his own pets, which include a rescue dog and many reptiles, and a love bird. A real gem right here in our neighborhood.

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Dr. Bob as my kids call him was so careful with our Lutino Cockatiel. We had no idea what was wrong with our bird and Dr. Bob suggested we'd get a blood test to rule out certain common bird diseases. The blood tests came back negative. Dr. Bob suggested changing certain ways we deal with the bird and even the location of his cage. We needed to spend some time with him. After 2 weeks our bird was so much better. While I didn't want to spend the money on the blood test (yes, it costs more than the bird) I moved forward with Dr. Bob's suggestions with confidence. I trust Dr. Bob and he was great with my kids. He told them about his own pets, which include a rescue dog and many reptiles, and a love bird. A real gem right here in our neighborhood.

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i bought my new kitten to steinway court veterinarian. Dr. Glasser was very gentle and through with her. the staff as well, was very courtious and he gave me additional tips on how to take care of her. i highly recommend Dr. Glasser and his staff to anyone who is looking for a veterinarian....

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i bought my new kitten to steinway court veterinarian. Dr. Glasser was very gentle and through with her. the staff as well, was very courtious and he gave me additional tips on how to take care of her. i highly recommend Dr. Glasser and his staff to anyone who is looking for a veterinarian....

Pros: friendly staff, clean hospital, great doctor

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I had a problem with my cat several weeks ago.She had red urine and kept running in and out of the litter box. I took her to a local vet and they told me she had a urinary tract infection. They put her on antibiotics, but she was still in pain. I took her to Dr. Glasser. He suggested taking an x-ray. It turned out that she had bladder stones! After Dr. Glasser did the surgery to take out the stones, she is doing great! She has to ear a special food for the rest of her life to make sure the stones don't come back. I can't speak highly enough of Dr. Glasser and his staff.

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I had a problem with my cat several weeks ago.She had red urine and kept running in and out of the litter box. I took her to a local vet and they told me she had a urinary tract infection. They put her on antibiotics, but she was still in pain. I took her to Dr. Glasser. He suggested taking an x-ray. It turned out that she had bladder stones! After Dr. Glasser did the surgery to take out the stones, she is doing great! She has to ear a special food for the rest of her life to make sure the stones don't come back. I can't speak highly enough of Dr. Glasser and his staff.

Pros: Cat is doing much better now

Cons: No cons at all.

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He has cared for my turtles - including surgery. A top notch reptile and amphibian specialist. Compassionate Dr. Glasser and nice staff. Highest possible recommendation.
I plan on bringing my two cats to him. Top notch man who stands out in the field of veterinary medicine. Bring your animals to him for great care and peace of mind that you are doing the right thing.

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He has cared for my turtles - including surgery. A top notch reptile and amphibian specialist. Compassionate Dr. Glasser and nice staff. Highest possible recommendation.
I plan on bringing my two cats to him. Top notch man who stands out in the field of veterinary medicine. Bring your animals to him for great care and peace of mind that you are doing the right thing.

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I found a stray cat in my yard a couple of months ago that was in very bad shape. He was all bitten up by other cats and full of fleas and ear mites. I wanted to try and help him, but I did not have a lot of money. I took him to the Steinway Court Vet and Dr. Glasser told me that he was in a very bad condition. When he told me all that was wrong I thought I would have to put him to sleep. Dr. Glasser told me that there is a society called New York Save, that helps pets and people in need. To make a long story short, Dr. Glasser and New York Save financed all of his vet care and now I am in love with ""Lucky"" and the Steinway Court Vet!

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I found a stray cat in my yard a couple of months ago that was in very bad shape. He was all bitten up by other cats and full of fleas and ear mites. I wanted to try and help him, but I did not have a lot of money. I took him to the Steinway Court Vet and Dr. Glasser told me that he was in a very bad condition. When he told me all that was wrong I thought I would have to put him to sleep. Dr. Glasser told me that there is a society called New York Save, that helps pets and people in need. To make a long story short, Dr. Glasser and New York Save financed all of his vet care and now I am in love with ""Lucky"" and the Steinway Court Vet!

Pros: Helpful

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I was both a little surprised and expectant of some of the negative reviews posted regarding Dr. Glasser. I can only speak of my personal experiences with the Steinway Court Vet staff. They have been mostly positive. I can understand that someone who expects their vet to douse their pet with the same love and affection that they themselves provide will not find Dr. Glasser warm and fuzzy. However, he is efficient and effective. And to me, that is really more important. I have been bringing my cat to him for the past nearly 4 years as he came highly recommended from several people who came to him only after having bad experiences with other vets in the surrounding Queens vicinity. I don't expect him to get all lovey dovey with my cat, just as I don't expect my doctor to be that way with me either. Someone has to be the objective voice here. He has given my cat top quality care. Yes, he stresses dental cleaning but that is because animals, like humans, need to have healthy and clean teeth. Many diseases can initiate with poor oral care. I see it as preventive treatment. Is it expensive? Yes, it is. But his prices are comparable to other vets in the area. He has personally returned my phone calls within a few hours whenever I have called with a question. Moreso, his office has always accomodated me within 12 or so hours in emergencies. Dr. Glasser never seemed rushed when I brought my cat in. But he's efficient. He tells me what needs to be done, what he thinks the problem is and then if necessary, he phones me personally in case she needs extra treatment and quotes me a price before he administers it. Health care is expensive for us people and for our pets too. I dislike shelling 400-500 bucks every 6 months for wellness exams and dental cleanings but I want my cat to be healthy and be around for a long time. Otherwise, why have a pet if you can't care for him/her just like you would for yourself? \r\nI like Dr. Glasser and I think his staff is great too.

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I was both a little surprised and expectant of some of the negative reviews posted regarding Dr. Glasser. I can only speak of my personal experiences with the Steinway Court Vet staff. They have been mostly positive. I can understand that someone who expects their vet to douse their pet with the same love and affection that they themselves provide will not find Dr. Glasser warm and fuzzy. However, he is efficient and effective. And to me, that is really more important. I have been bringing my cat to him for the past nearly 4 years as he came highly recommended from several people who came to him only after having bad experiences with other vets in the surrounding Queens vicinity. I don't expect him to get all lovey dovey with my cat, just as I don't expect my doctor to be that way with me either. Someone has to be the objective voice here. He has given my cat top quality care. Yes, he stresses dental cleaning but that is because animals, like humans, need to have healthy and clean teeth. Many diseases can initiate with poor oral care. I see it as preventive treatment. Is it expensive? Yes, it is. But his prices are comparable to other vets in the area. He has personally returned my phone calls within a few hours whenever I have called with a question. Moreso, his office has always accomodated me within 12 or so hours in emergencies. Dr. Glasser never seemed rushed when I brought my cat in. But he's efficient. He tells me what needs to be done, what he thinks the problem is and then if necessary, he phones me personally in case she needs extra treatment and quotes me a price before he administers it. Health care is expensive for us people and for our pets too. I dislike shelling 400-500 bucks every 6 months for wellness exams and dental cleanings but I want my cat to be healthy and be around for a long time. Otherwise, why have a pet if you can't care for him/her just like you would for yourself? \r\nI like Dr. Glasser and I think his staff is great too.

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i have been taking both my girls (kitty cat and little doggy) to Dr Glasser for almost 15 yrs now. i love Dr Glasser. he is a very thorough and astute Dr. he may lack a certain cuddly bedside manner in some respects, but if one can get past that i know my little ones in very good hands. after first trying out other vets in the area i found him to be tip top. and, after one or two after-hours emergency trips to the animal medical center in NYC (highway robbery if you ask me) i felt even more so that Dr Glasser is the best vet in NYC.

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i have been taking both my girls (kitty cat and little doggy) to Dr Glasser for almost 15 yrs now. i love Dr Glasser. he is a very thorough and astute Dr. he may lack a certain cuddly bedside manner in some respects, but if one can get past that i know my little ones in very good hands. after first trying out other vets in the area i found him to be tip top. and, after one or two after-hours emergency trips to the animal medical center in NYC (highway robbery if you ask me) i felt even more so that Dr Glasser is the best vet in NYC.

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Ours are family and we don't spare anything when it comes to providing for them. Dr Glasser has gone way above and beyond normal practices in making sure that our family stays healthy. And by the way for those of you protesting dental care, your pet is as vulnerable as you are when it comes to disease associated with dental neglect. We have our dog's teeth cleaned regularly whether scheduled or as a part of another procedure in avoiding putting our loved ones through more anesthesia than is absolutely necessary.

I met Dr Glasser at a tennis club years ago and I remember one Saturday afternoon when he arrived at the club after work wearing his work clothing asking if anyone wanted a large snake. One of his patients demanded that the snake be destroyed as it had outgrown it's living conditions. As he is a true animal lover Dr. Glasser couldn't do it for that reason and he labored to find a home for this very large and difficult to place animal. He ultimately found it a home where it could be enjoyed in an educational environment by young children.

One of our dogs was diagnosed with breast cancer and rather than recommending expensive therapy that would have severely diminished her enjoyment of life he aggressively removed all of the tumors and monitored her for the extra five years of life that she gained through his efforts. When it was time(and it really was) he brought all of us including our other two dogs together to do what had to be done to end her suffering. I will never forget the compassion from someone who we truly value in our lives.

If you want a cheap vet I'm sure your can find one but you will never find a better care giver for what should be very important to your life.

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Ours are family and we don't spare anything when it comes to providing for them. Dr Glasser has gone way above and beyond normal practices in making sure that our family stays healthy. And by the way for those of you protesting dental care, your pet is as vulnerable as you are when it comes to disease associated with dental neglect. We have our dog's teeth cleaned regularly whether scheduled or as a part of another procedure in avoiding putting our loved ones through more anesthesia than is absolutely necessary.

I met Dr Glasser at a tennis club years ago and I remember one Saturday afternoon when he arrived at the club after work wearing his work clothing asking if anyone wanted a large snake. One of his patients demanded that the snake be destroyed as it had outgrown it's living conditions. As he is a true animal lover Dr. Glasser couldn't do it for that reason and he labored to find a home for this very large and difficult to place animal. He ultimately found it a home where it could be enjoyed in an educational environment by young children.

One of our dogs was diagnosed with breast cancer and rather than recommending expensive therapy that would have severely diminished her enjoyment of life he aggressively removed all of the tumors and monitored her for the extra five years of life that she gained through his efforts. When it was time(and it really was) he brought all of us including our other two dogs together to do what had to be done to end her suffering. I will never forget the compassion from someone who we truly value in our lives.

If you want a cheap vet I'm sure your can find one but you will never find a better care giver for what should be very important to your life.

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I recently bought a new puppy! As you all know a puppy from a pet store might not be that healthy. My puppy came with a few problems, but nothing that was not able to be taken care of by the right vet. I am thankfull enough to know a vet whom i have used throughout my life. My first dog who lived for seventeen years lived a very healthy and long life thanks from the help of Dr. Glasser. Thank God there are still people who really care about the health of animals and care about the owners of their pets. I have never felt more welcomed or sure about my vet and i highly recommend the love and proficient Doctor as Dr. Glasser. \r\n

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I recently bought a new puppy! As you all know a puppy from a pet store might not be that healthy. My puppy came with a few problems, but nothing that was not able to be taken care of by the right vet. I am thankfull enough to know a vet whom i have used throughout my life. My first dog who lived for seventeen years lived a very healthy and long life thanks from the help of Dr. Glasser. Thank God there are still people who really care about the health of animals and care about the owners of their pets. I have never felt more welcomed or sure about my vet and i highly recommend the love and proficient Doctor as Dr. Glasser. \r\n

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Don't let the nice webpage and office fool you. My overall experience there was more than awful, I was only there once and will not be going back.\r\n\r\nIt started with the smart attitude of the ladies at the desk....and continued to the appointment. Dr. Glasser seemed rushed and at times disinterested. It was expensive, the most I've ever paid for a vet visit. And above all my cat was injured while there. Once I got him home he was crying and limping and I noticed his back leg was crippled.....and had been perfectly fine before the visit. I took him back to the Vet.....recieved much more attitude from the frt desk and was told be Doc. Glasser that his leg was sprained. Neither him or his technicians quite knew how and assumed it was during his ex-ray.\r\n\r\nThis was completely unexceptable. The treatment of me and my cat was atrocious and my cat remained ill even after the medicine was completed. I'm in the process now of finding another care provider.\r\n\r\nYou've been warned, if you love your pet don't take it to this vet.

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Don't let the nice webpage and office fool you. My overall experience there was more than awful, I was only there once and will not be going back.\r\n\r\nIt started with the smart attitude of the ladies at the desk....and continued to the appointment. Dr. Glasser seemed rushed and at times disinterested. It was expensive, the most I've ever paid for a vet visit. And above all my cat was injured while there. Once I got him home he was crying and limping and I noticed his back leg was crippled.....and had been perfectly fine before the visit. I took him back to the Vet.....recieved much more attitude from the frt desk and was told be Doc. Glasser that his leg was sprained. Neither him or his technicians quite knew how and assumed it was during his ex-ray.\r\n\r\nThis was completely unexceptable. The treatment of me and my cat was atrocious and my cat remained ill even after the medicine was completed. I'm in the process now of finding another care provider.\r\n\r\nYou've been warned, if you love your pet don't take it to this vet.

Pros: good location

Cons: all around bad place

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Steinway Court Vet totally suprised me. My husband and I lived in Manhattan for years and we spent a lot of money on pet care at the ""best of the best"". When we moved to Queens we continued to bring our cats into Manhattan simply because we thought it had to be more state-of-the-art than what was available in our area. \r\n\r\nEventually new neighbors moved in across the hall from us and they were also cat people. They started taking their cats to Dr. Glasser and recommended him to us. So we decided to try him out.\r\n\r\nHe is an amazing vet. He truly loves the animals and to that end is very, very thorough in his examination and treatments. Yes, it can get expensive, but medical care is expensive - period. We don't find his prices to be unreasonable. \r\n\r\nHe has his own lab on the premises and so you can get initial results quickly in an emergency situation. This enables him to start treatments immediately thus giving your pet better odds of a successful recovery.\r\n\r\nWe had a much beloved cat who came down with kidney problems when he was 14. We had been through this before many times before and despite all the money we spent on high-end vet care, 6 to 8 months later we were always heartbroken when we lost our cat. But this time was very different. Our cat lived an entire two more years, happy, healthy and active right up until the last day. The treatments prescribed by Dr. Glasser were very comprehensive.\r\n\r\nSome people say he isn't respectful, but we never found that to be the case. Sometimes he can seem a bit abrupt and even rushed, but it's only because he's so absorbed in your pet - that's where he's focusing his attention. He gets to know each one of your pets individually and even develops his own relationship with them.\r\n\r\nHis credentials and background are top notch. He's the BEST VET WE HAVE EVER HAD, and my husband and I have had many cats during our 23 years together.\r\n\r\n

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Steinway Court Vet totally suprised me. My husband and I lived in Manhattan for years and we spent a lot of money on pet care at the ""best of the best"". When we moved to Queens we continued to bring our cats into Manhattan simply because we thought it had to be more state-of-the-art than what was available in our area. \r\n\r\nEventually new neighbors moved in across the hall from us and they were also cat people. They started taking their cats to Dr. Glasser and recommended him to us. So we decided to try him out.\r\n\r\nHe is an amazing vet. He truly loves the animals and to that end is very, very thorough in his examination and treatments. Yes, it can get expensive, but medical care is expensive - period. We don't find his prices to be unreasonable. \r\n\r\nHe has his own lab on the premises and so you can get initial results quickly in an emergency situation. This enables him to start treatments immediately thus giving your pet better odds of a successful recovery.\r\n\r\nWe had a much beloved cat who came down with kidney problems when he was 14. We had been through this before many times before and despite all the money we spent on high-end vet care, 6 to 8 months later we were always heartbroken when we lost our cat. But this time was very different. Our cat lived an entire two more years, happy, healthy and active right up until the last day. The treatments prescribed by Dr. Glasser were very comprehensive.\r\n\r\nSome people say he isn't respectful, but we never found that to be the case. Sometimes he can seem a bit abrupt and even rushed, but it's only because he's so absorbed in your pet - that's where he's focusing his attention. He gets to know each one of your pets individually and even develops his own relationship with them.\r\n\r\nHis credentials and background are top notch. He's the BEST VET WE HAVE EVER HAD, and my husband and I have had many cats during our 23 years together.\r\n\r\n

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This veterinarian tried every test that he could come up with to find out my cat's illness and charged me tremendously. Later, I took my cat to another veterinarian, and all he had to find out was one simple test.\r\nI am not sure if Steinway Court a rip off or no idea what they are doing. Anyway, I don't recommend this place to anyone.

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This veterinarian tried every test that he could come up with to find out my cat's illness and charged me tremendously. Later, I took my cat to another veterinarian, and all he had to find out was one simple test.\r\nI am not sure if Steinway Court a rip off or no idea what they are doing. Anyway, I don't recommend this place to anyone.

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My dog Bunco began whimpering and I fingered out that the problem was one of his k9 teeth were coming lose and becoming painful for him. I took him to Steinway and Dr.Dossenvill fixed him up quickly. Bunco was very happy so I think I'll make this my permanent Vet. Thanks Dr.Dossenvill. Five out of Five.

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My dog Bunco began whimpering and I fingered out that the problem was one of his k9 teeth were coming lose and becoming painful for him. I took him to Steinway and Dr.Dossenvill fixed him up quickly. Bunco was very happy so I think I'll make this my permanent Vet. Thanks Dr.Dossenvill. Five out of Five.

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The Staff and Veterinarian at Steinway Court Veterinarian is top notch. My experiences have been different than that of the previous post. If a Urinalysis doesn't show kidney failure it must have something to do with the lab analyzes the samples. Dr. Glasser has always taken great care of my pets and keeps them in great condition. They even saved my stray kitten from fatal distemper disease with a blood transfusion. They also took in animals saved from New Orleans, if that's not compassion and professionalism I don't know what is.

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The Staff and Veterinarian at Steinway Court Veterinarian is top notch. My experiences have been different than that of the previous post. If a Urinalysis doesn't show kidney failure it must have something to do with the lab analyzes the samples. Dr. Glasser has always taken great care of my pets and keeps them in great condition. They even saved my stray kitten from fatal distemper disease with a blood transfusion. They also took in animals saved from New Orleans, if that's not compassion and professionalism I don't know what is.

Pros: professional

Cons: busy, expensive

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I took my dog to this place and his condition went worse. They did the unalysis and all the tests, and coudn't find the kidney failure that my dog had. After my was out of the hospital, and I believed that he would be better.... but a few days later his condition got very bad and I took him to the other hospital and then I found out about the condition. They charged me a lot and my dog never gets better! I will NEVER NEVER NEVER take my pets to this place again.

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I took my dog to this place and his condition went worse. They did the unalysis and all the tests, and coudn't find the kidney failure that my dog had. After my was out of the hospital, and I believed that he would be better.... but a few days later his condition got very bad and I took him to the other hospital and then I found out about the condition. They charged me a lot and my dog never gets better! I will NEVER NEVER NEVER take my pets to this place again.

Cons: no love for animals, very expensive

 

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