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New York Veterinary Practice offers full-service veterinary care at all Biscuits & Bath locations with a focus on preventative care. In addition to general wellness care (i.e. vaccinations) NYVP also offers ultrasounds, surgical procedures (including spays/neuters), deep dental cleaning, and national/international certificates.
NYVP surgical suites are outfitted with all state-of the art monitoring equipment. Please stop by one of Biscuits & Bath’s locations in Manhattan or call (212) 401-3025 to book your pet’s appointment.
Why go to a vet on the other side of town if your dog can enjoy a whole wellness experience at Biscuits & Bath. We know all of our dogs by name and temperament, giving us the understanding needed to treat them properly. If something comes up during a walk, day care, or an overnight stay we will know just what to do. After your dog’s grooming, why not schedule a checkup? Experience the benefit of having complete care for your dog under one roof.
Dr Mortsakis and her staff are amazing, they are extremely patient and always reachable.
I am taking my dog with me to Europe for the first time and Dr. Mortsakis and her staff have made such a stressful experience soooo much easier. I have taken my dog here for the past few years and all their staff is so warm and caring.i regret not taking my dog there as soon as I got him but I am happy to have found Dr. Mortsakis and my dog doesn't mind going to the vet!
I love the Vets here. They are very caring and are really great about answering any questions or concerns. I have been taking my dog Bella here over the past few years. She has been for regular check ups and for some wounds she has received playing with other dogs. They are always very caring and take wonderful care of her. My dog doesn't usually like Vets but she loves the ones here. I'm so glad I switched to here!
After joining Biscuits and Bath over a year and a half ago, I was happy to learn they had a vet team on staff. I have a three year old French Bulldog that had been suffering from sever skin allergies almost his entire life My current vet could not seem to get ahold of the issue, I figured it wouldn't hurt to get a second opinion. Not only did it not hurt to get a second opinion, but it was the best decision I could've made for my dogs current and long term health. Although, we were not able to find a solution after the first visit, the team at NYVP took a patient and cost effective approach to my dogs care. Dr. Mortsakis started with small simple solutions that slowly but surely made a huge difference in my dogs over all comfort. I was thrilled she did not immediately jump to the expensive blood work and allergy testing my previous vet had suggested. Now a year and a half later with another French Bulldog as part of crazy family I could never imagine trusting another vet with my dogs health care. The team at NYVP has truly changed my dogs life and we are forever grateful!
Routine surgeries, which include spays, neuters, zeutering, mass removals, deep dental cleanings to ward of periodontal disease with state of the art monitoring equipment.
Alleviate the headache by consulting with one of our USDA certified Doctors to ensure your pet has the proper documentation and ready to travel.
Our team is here to help with any difficult decisions you may have if your pet has been diagnosed with a chronic illness, terminal disease or if symptoms of age have begun impacting his or her quality of life.
Our wellness exams consist of a full head to tail check of your pet to ensure they are happy and healthy.
Our post-surgery recovery program offers an enhanced boarding option that includes medical care during your pet’s recovery from surgery. https://www.biscuitsandbath.com/services/post-surgery-recovery/
An immunization schedule tailored to your pet’s needs including, core and lifestyle vaccinations, protecting them in urban and rural environments.
We created full puppy health and wellness schedule customized specifically for your new one. This consists of specific dates for vaccinations due, puppy play group, and training!
Consultations on tailoring a nutritional diet based on your pets breed will keep your pet happy, healthy, and well.
It is a pleasure to present our expert team of Doctors’, who’s diverse backgrounds and personable attitudes made them a perfect fit for NYVP.
Dr. Ellen Tan knew from an early age that she wanted to be a veterinarian, so she was fortunate to be accepted into the Early Entry Program at Mississippi State University, where she earned her veterinary degree in 2004. She moved to Los Angeles for her internship at Animal Surgical and Emergency Center and continued to practice emergency medicine in sunny California for a few years afterwards. In 2008, she decided to return closer to home, and practiced emergency and general medicine in NYC before joining NYVP.
Dr. Tan is a proud participant of Puppy Bowl, which is televised on the Animal Channel for the third consecutive year. This is televised right before the Super Bowl.
In her spare time, she enjoys exploring the city with her husband and two young daughters.
Dr. Yasmine Mortsakis’ love for animals started here in NYC providing homes to cats, hermit crabs, & even snakes. Following high school graduation, she attended The Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Maryland where she graduated with a degree in International Relations. Never forgetting her childhood passion for animals, she left her marketing position at Research International (NYC) to participate in the volunteer externship program at the Animal Medical Center in NYC. She then completed the post-baccalaureate pre-medical program at Columbia University in NYC in order to pursue her dream of becoming a veterinarian. She then attended North Carolina State University- College of Veterinary Medicine. Her studies found focus in small animal behavior, soft tissue surgery and equine medicine. With a great love for NYC she returned for additional externships at the Animal Medical Center in NYC and Red Bank Veterinary Hospital. Upon graduation from veterinary school, Dr. Mortsakis returned to NYC and practiced general medicine and surgery at animal hospitals in Yonkers and New York City.
Biscuits & Bath became a perfect home for Dr. Mortsakis as she continued her work in small animal medicine. She founded New York Veterinary Practice in April 2012. During her time away from the clinic she enjoys the city with her son and newborn daughter. Dr. Mortsakis runs a ‘tight-ship’ with dogs Doogle and Abby (big fans of B&B!), cats Neo, Spike, Simba, Elmo and Zoribel, and the beta fish, Nemo.
Dr. Brisbane-Cohen, (Dr. B-C) is an Australian veterinarian who graduated from Murdoch University, Perth, Western Australia, in 2006. She started her career working at the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA) in Hong Kong and from there she traveled and worked in a variety of small private practices, non-profit organizations and large cooperate companies in the U.K., U.S.A. and China.
She recently completed her Master’s degree in Veterinary Public Health and collaborated on a research project on canine influenza virus with professors at Cornell University. Dr. B-C’s interests include emerging infectious diseases, preventative medicine, internal medicine and dental surgery. She has experience working not only with dogs and cats, but also has treated a variety of exotic animals including rabbits, chinchillas, hamsters and reptiles.
She is the proud pet parent of a large, friendly ginger cat called “Dexter”.
Dr. Angelo Rosado Jr. hails from the great borough of Brooklyn. He received his Bachelors degree in pre-veterinary medicine from Mercy College in 2003. He was accepted into veterinary school a few years later and went on to gain his veterinary degree from St. George’s University in 2010. He is the proud recipient of the 2008 AHAA student award of excellence as well as the 2009 colleague of the year award. After graduation he completed a rotating internship at the Veterinary Emergency and Referral Group in Brooklyn NY. Since then, Dr. Rosado has been practicing veterinary medicine throughout the Tri-state area. He is extremely excited to branch out with this new endeavor as he envisions many opportunities to provide honest, compassionate and superior veterinary care.
In his free time, Dr. Rosado loves spending time with his family, who have and will always play an extremely important role in his life. He cherishes the opportunity he has in his grasp to assist in maintaining happy families by keeping their four-legged family member healthy. He especially enjoys spoiling his niece and nephew as well as spending quality time with his grandmother Doris. His other hobbies include movie going, cooking and playing in organized sporting leagues.
Dr. Nicole Davis, from Bloomfield, New Jersey, has dreamed of become a veterinarian since she was 3 years old. At a very young age, she can see how strong the bond between an owner and his/her pet can be and that passion is what drives her to succeed today. Dr. Davis earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology and Biotechnology with a minor in chemistry at Worcester Polytechnic Institute in Worcester, MA in 2013.
Soon after graduating, Dr. Davis was accepted to be part of the graduating class of 2017 at Tuskegee University College of Veterinary Medicine. She graduated with Cum Laude honors and is grateful for the experience that Tuskegee University has given her. She is actively part of The Society of Phi Zeta, a veterinary medical honor society; Omega Tau Sigma, an international veterinary fraternity; and the Veterinary Business Management Association. Dr. Davis has gained a strong interest in dermatology and holistic medicine while at Tuskegee University.
Dr. Davis enjoys playing the harp for her Siberian Husky (Madara) and rescue cat (Cleo) as well as cooking for her friends and family.
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