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Atlantic Animal Care, your Brooklyn veterinary hospital, understands the special bond between pets and people. Our staff considers it our obligation to improve this bond by providing the best pet medical, veterinary surgical and pet wellness services available for your dog, cat, puppy, or kitten in the Brooklyn, Brooklyn Heights, and Cobble Hill, NYC area.

Recognized by the New York State Veterinary Medical Society as an Accredited Hospital, Atlantic Animal Care in Brooklyn has proven its commitment to excellence in NYC veterinary facility professionalism, appearance, maintenance, and quality patient healthcare.


Serving Brooklyn Neighborhoods

Our veterinary hospital attracts pet owners in from other Brooklyn, NY neighborhoods including Cobble Hill, Brooklyn Bridge Park, Boerum Hill, Downtown Brooklyn, DUMBO (Down-Under the Manhattan Bridge Overpass), and Vinegar Hill. Atlantic Animal Care is located near the Beth Judah Memorial Chapel, the State Street Basketball Court, Cobble Hill Park, and The Moxie Spot, Colonie, Tazza, and the Waterfront Ale House restaurants.


Area Overview

Brooklyn, NY is the most populous of New York City's five boroughs, with approximately 2.5 million residents, and the second-largest in area. Since 1896, Brooklyn has had the same boundaries as Kings County, which is now the most populous county in New York State and the second-most densely populated county in the United States, after New York County (Manhattan). It is also the westernmost county on Long Island. Brooklyn, NY zip codes include: 11201, 11231, 11217, 11215, 11238, 11205, 11251, 11211, 11206, and 11216. Brooklyn neighborhoods adjacent to Brooklyn Heights and Cobble Hill include:


About Cobble Hill

Atlantic Animal Care serves the Cobble Hill neighborhood in the New York City borough of Brooklyn, NY. Bordered by Atlantic Avenue on the north, Hicks Street to the west, Smith Street on the east and Degraw Street to the south, Cobble Hill sits adjacent to Boerum Hill and Brooklyn Heights with Carroll Gardens to the south. The Cobble Hill Historic District covers the majority of the neighborhood. This historic district does not include portions of the Cobble Hill neighborhood such as the part between Court Street and Smith Street. The neighborhood is part of Brooklyn Community Board 6. Its area measures approximately twenty-two city blocks. With the establishment of the New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission in 1965, charming and historically important neighborhoods like Cobble Hill got a chance to be safeguarded from developers, and stabilized property values and economic strength for property owners. According to the Landmark Preservation Commission, the Cobble Hill Historic District is an "unusually fine 19th century residential area" and "retains an aura of the past" with its charming streets and architecture. The Cobble Hill Historic District was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1976.

Family-run shops, mostly on the two commercial main streets-Court and Smith Streets-are a major attraction; Italian meat markets (such as Staubitz Meat Market on Court St. and Los Paisanos on Smith St.) and old time barber shops mixing with trendy new restaurants. Cobble Hill is also renowned for its private Italianate style brownstone and brick row houses. Many of these buildings were remodeled according to regulations dictated by the New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission as the gentrification of the eastern and southern borders of this designated Historic District took hold.


About Brooklyn Heights

Atlantic Animal Care also provides veterinary services to Brooklyn Heights. Brooklyn Heights stretches from Old Fulton Street near the Brooklyn Bridge south to Atlantic Avenue and from the East River east to Court Street and Cadman Plaza. Adjacent neighborhoods are: DUMBO, Downtown Brooklyn, Cobble Hill and Boerum Hill. It is directly across the East River from Manhattan, and easily accessible to Downtown and multiple subway lines.

The Brooklyn Heights neighborhood is largely composed of block after block of picturesque rowhouses and a few mansions. A great range of architectural styles is represented, including a few Federal-style houses from the early 19th century in the northern part of the neighborhood, brick Greek Revival and Gothic Revival houses, and Italianate brownstones. A number of houses, particularly along Pierrepont Street and Pierrepont Place in Brooklyn Heights are authentic mansions. Brooklyn Heights was the first neighborhood protected by the 1965 Landmarks Preservation Law of New York City. Plymouth Church of the Pilgrims and Our Lady of Lebanon Maronite Catholic Cathedral are in Brooklyn Heights.

The Promenade, cantilevered over the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway (BQE), is a favorite spot among locals, offering magnificent vistas of the Statue of Liberty, the Manhattan skyline across the East River, as well as views of the Brooklyn Bridge, Manhattan Bridge, and spectacular fireworks displays over the East River.


Population

The Brooklyn Heights neighborhood has an estimated population of 24,779, made up of 12,873 males and 11,906 females. The average household size is 1.7 people and average family size is 2.6 people. Married-couple families account for 29.4 percent of all households. The Cobble Hill neighborhood has an estimated population of 9,992, made up of 4,684 males and 5,308 females. The average household size is 2.0 people and the average family size is 2.8 people. Married-couple families account for 36.7 percent of all households.


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Our Veterinary Services

Atlantic Animal Care is a veterinary hospital for pets in the Brooklyn Heights and Cobble Hill neighborhoods of NYC. Our veterinarians and staff know the importance of the special bond between pets and people. We consider it our obligation to improve the human-animal bond by providing the best veterinary medical and surgical care for your pet that we possibly can. At Atlantic Animal Care, we believe if we can help you keep your pet healthy and extend its life, we are providing a useful veterinary service. To that end, we offer internal medicine, orthopedic and soft-tissue surgery, endocrinology, geriatrics, pediatrics and acupuncture for your beloved dogs and cats.

That is why we take our slogan seriously: "In the Service of People and Their Pets". With the help and guidance of our veterinarians and staff, you can improve your dog or cat's quality of life and the special relationship that you have established with your pet.

Dr. Jo Ann Greenberg, has professional interests in internal medicine for dogs and cats. At Atlantic Animal Care, your pet has access to the latest treatments in veterinary endocrinology, allergic disorders, geriatric conditions, puppy and kitten care, and parasite prevention. If your pet requires an advanced veterinary orthopedic surgical procedure, we can help.

For excellent and compassionate pet care in Brooklyn Heights and Cobble Hill, Atlantic Animal Care is the veterinary hospital of choice for clients and their pets. Call 718-787-0070 to make a veterinary wellness exam appointment today.


Pet Wellness Exams and Vaccinations

When it comes to keeping your pet healthy, prevention is key. Regular pet wellness exams help us establish a baseline measurement of your pet's health and, most importantly, allow us to detect disease and health problems before they become more serious and more expensive to treat.


Contact Atlantic Animal Care

If you would like more information about the veterinary services we offer for pet owners in the Brooklyn Heights and Cobble Hill neighborhoods of Brooklyn, such as pet wellness exams and pet dental services as well as directions to our veterinary hospital location in Brooklyn, please contact us: call Atlantic Animal Care at 718-797-0070.


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