The ASPCA Brooklyn Community Veterinary Center by the Alex and Elisabeth Lewyt Charitable Trust is located at 464 New Lots Avenue in the East New York neighborhood. We are offering vaccine and wellness services by appointment only for pets who reside in Brooklyn. Hours of operation are Tuesday through Saturday from 9am-5pm.
If you live in Brooklyn with an annual household income under $50,000 and need assistance for your pet(s), please call 844-MY-ASPCA. Safety measures and social distancing guidelines are in place. Masks are required for the duration of your appointment.
The ASPCA Community Veterinary Center offers primary pet care services for dogs and cats including:
- Physical exams
- Preventive treatments like vaccines and deworming
- Low-cost, high-quality spay/neuter surgery. For more info, click here.
- Treatment for common ailments such as skin, eye and ear infections
- Other diagnostics and treatments that are non-invasive and do not require sedation
The ASPCA realized that many pet resources were out of reach for the East New York community, making it difficult for families to provide essential care for their pets. One of the priorities of the ASPCA is to keep people and their pets together by providing accessible veterinary care and resources. The CVC will make basic and preventative care accessible to the East New York Community.
The CVC will offer partially and fully subsidized basic and preventive care to dogs and cats on a regular basis. Exact prices will be determined at the time of your appointment.
If you need assistance for your pet(s) now, please call 844-MY-ASPCA.
Please see our COVID-19 FAQ's for more information on our operations during this time.
Please contact the Animal Care Centers (ACC) of NYC at (212) 788-4000 or [email protected] for any surrender inquires. To obtain more information about licensing, leash laws or behavior services, and other pet-related inquires visit the ACC website: nycacc.org.
We operate various programs and services in the New York City area, including our Adoption Center, Animal Hospital, mobile Spay/Neuter and more. For a list of answers to commonly asked pet-related questions from NYC residents please visit the NYC FAQ page.
Resources for Pets in Your Area
East New York Pet Guide [PDF]