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    Prospect Park Animal Clinic
    Prospect Park Animal Clinic
    105 Prospect Park West
    (718) 768-6125
    Park Slope

    Dr. Leonard Silverman

    Review and Rating

    Reviewed by 2019Review
    On 03-Nov-2019
    Subject:  ISO: A good vet for my cat who will need dental work/surgery
    Comment:  Last summer, my cat Fitz (love your cat's name! :) had teeth cleaning/3 teeth removed at Prospect Park Animal Clinic on Prospect Park West near 7th Street. We had a good experience (the vet - Dr. Nick Silverman - was communicative, price estimate was accurate) and they fixed all of Fitz's dental issues. He's been a much happier eater ever since.
    Reviewed by 2018Review
    On 18-Dec-2018
    Subject:  ISO Veterinarian recommedation
    Comment:  We have a large, anxious dog, and have used Prospect Animal Clinic on PPW for years. The office isn't fancy, but they are kind and knowledgeable. Waits aren't long but we never feel rushed, or pressured into expensive tests. Our previous dog had a fast-moving cancer, and they went above and beyond in their care and concern.
    Reviewed by 2018Review
    On 06-Jul-2018
    Subject:  2018 Review
    Comment:  We have been to several vets in the neighborhood and last year started taking our kitties to Prospect Park Animal Clinic on PPW. The doctors are great, and we've been very happy with them so far!
    Reviewed by Administrator
    On 30-Dec-2013
    Subject:   SUMMARY: Vets who treat guinea pigs
    Comment:  We take our rabbit to prospect park animal clinic (718) 768-6125 so they probably take Guinea pigs...
    Reviewed by PSPMemberReview
    On 10-Nov-2012
    Comment:  I've been very happy with the Prospect Park Animal Clinic on PPW between 5th and 6th Street.
    Reviewed by PSPMemberReview
    On 22-Apr-2012
    Subject:  Euthanizing cat
    Comment:  so sorry about your cat. Sad to say, we've been down the same road twice over the past few years. Most recently, we worked with these guys on PPW at 6th St. (I think--maybe 5th St.?):http://www.prospectparkanimalclinic.com/They were really great about it, if that's not a weird way of putting it. Very sympathetic, allowed me to stay in the room with her the whole time, all in all quite humane for both feline and human. A few days later, we got a condolence card from them; shortly after than, we got a notification that they'd made a donation in her name to an animal rescue charity. Both very nice touches. I think the whole thing was about $160.Cremation is the standard follow-up. We didn't choose to take the ashes with us, though vets often offer this.(March 2012)