Welcome to Compassion Veterinary Center of New Paltz
Call us at (845) 255-5920

**CLOSING ADVISORY**

OUR PRACTICE WILL BE CLOSED FOR VACATION STARTING FRIDAY JULY 12TH THROUGH MONDAY JULY 19TH. NO DOCTOR WILL BE AVAILABLE DURING THIS TIME. WE WILL REOPEN ON TUESDAY JULY 20TH AT OUR NORMAL TIME. 

WE ASK THAT YOU PLEASE ORDER ALL OF YOUR PETS PRESCRIPTIONS INCLUDING FOOD ORDERS, FLEA, TICK, AND HEARTWORM PREVENTATIVES IN ADVANCE AS NO ONE WILL BE ABLE TO REFILL YOUR PRESCRIPTIONS. WE APOLOGIZE FOR THE INCONVIENCE.

IF YOUR PET IS ILL AND NEEDS VETERINARY ATTENTION DURING THIS TIME THAT WE ARE CLOSED PLEASE SEEK VETERINARY CARE FROM ANOTHER LOCAL VETERINARIAN OR THE ANIMAL EMERGENCY CLINIC OF THE HUDSON VALLEY IN KINGSTON 845-336-0713 OR POUGHKEEPSIE 845-471-8242 (PLEASE CALL THE AECHV FIRST BEFORE GOING IN AS THEIR HOURS HAVE CHANGED.)


Come Visit Compassion Veterinary Center

At Compassion Veterinary Center of New Paltz we are a full service veterinary practice you can trust to care for your furry family members.  Here your pet's health and well being is our number one concern and that is why your pets will always receive the kind of care that we give to our own family pets.

We offer progressive treatment options for your cats and dogs.  Our wide range of services assist you in keeping your pets healthy. Some of our services that you will find here at Compassion Veterinary Center include; preventative health care, surgery, spay/neuter, dental care, in house pharmacy, laser therapy, radiology, boarding, and one of our specialties- special needs grooming and pedicures.

We are happy to offer a number of resources that enable you to learn about how to take the best care of your pets. Please feel free to browse our site, particularly the informational articles. The best veterinary care for animals is ongoing nutrition and problem prevention, so becoming knowledgeable about preventative pet care is essential to the ongoing success of your animal’s health. If you have any questions, call (845) 255-5920 or email us and we'll promptly get back to you. Our office is very easy to get to, just check out the map below! We also welcome you to subscribe to our newsletter, which is created especially for pet owners like you.

At Compassion Veterinary Center of New Paltz, we treat your pets like the valued family members they are.

Dr. Karen Bennett
  Compassion Veterinary Center of New Paltz | (845) 255-5920

204 Plutarch Road
 Highland, NY 12528

Testimonials

Read What Our Clients Say

  • "The vets in this office are very hands on and compassionate, will answer every question you have with detail and authority so that you understand things fully. They also seem to be committed to your pets whole health and so will give recommendations that you wouldn't normally get from other vets."
    Chandra Concepcion
  • "I've been bringing my cat "Monkey" to Compassions since I moved upstate in 2008, they've always provided him with great care, they always have vaccination clinics in the summer to help you get the vaccines at a lower cost, their vets are competent and careful with him, I've never taken him anywhere
    else! ❤❤❤"
    Shana Falana
  • "They take great care of all of my three dogs. Excellent staff and vet."
    Kristen Piersa
  • "A wonderful veterinary office. Caring, compassionate staff and excellent Doctor - Ms Bennett."
    Jean Mumper
  • "I took my chihuahua in for what if thought was a terminal event. After a through exam he was found to have lime's disease and was medicated and is much better. Dr, Bennett and her staff were simply outstanding. What impress me most is a candle in the their lobby which stated that if the candle was lit someone was saying goodbye to a beloved pet and please be respectful. Truly the home of excellent and compassionate care"
    Mal Miller
  • "Wonderful service, very helpful and kind."
    Caroline Rowland
  • "I'm Keeping My Extended Family
    together for longer with Compassion .
    My eldest is Diabetic under Compassion Care .
    Thank You Compassion Veterinary !"
    Brian Tourville

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