Regular checkups can head off health issues before they become big problems.
If your pet is lost, their collar may be too. Microchipping is fast and easy and the best tool for reuniting a lost pet with its owner.
We're experienced in filling out the required paperwork for your pets to travel internationally.
70 to 80 percent of dogs and cats have some evidence of periodontal disease by the time they are 3 years old. Dental disease is painful and can have far-reaching effects on your pet's health. Thorough dental exams and cleanings can help your pet lead a longer, healthier life.
Pets can be vaccinated for protection against many common and potentially life-threatening illnesses. We will tailor a vaccination plan to your pet's needs and lifestyle.
Lincolndale Veterinary Center opened in 1991 to provide high-quality veterinary care to pets in Westchester and Putnam counties. From wellness checkups and vaccines to x-rays, ultrasound, medical boarding and surgery, we look forward to providing all your pet's medical needs.
As a small, independently-owned practice we can focus on the needs of our patients and their owners. We take the time to get to know everyone who walks through the door and treat all our patients as individuals.
When you check in please let us know if there's anything we can do to help make your pet's visit more comfortable.
Megan Dundas, DVM
Dr. Dundas lived in Westchester as a child before moving upstate to a dairy-farming community near the Adirondacks. Veterinary Medicine was her calling, though she received degrees in Anthropology and Biology before earning her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine at Western University of Health Sciences in Pomona, California. She practiced at Rhinebeck Animal Hospital in Dutchess County for six years and is excited to be returning to Westchester to serve pets and their people at LVC. Dr. Dundas is a certified Fear Free practitioner. Fear Free training gives veterinary professionals the tools to alleviate animals’ stress and anxiety during office visits. She is also certified in Animal Hospice and Palliative Care by the American Animal Hospital Association. Her other professional interests include dentistry, ultrasound and infectious disease. Dr. Dundas is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association and the New York State Veterinary Medical Society. Outside of work she enjoys spending time outdoors and with her family, which includes a deaf Boxer, a leopard gecko and cat.
Deborah Sarfaty, DVM
Dr. Sarfaty is a 1980 graduate of Cornell University, College of Veterinary Medicine. She successfully completed a postgraduate internship at Michigan State University and a two year medical residency at the prestigious Animal Medical Center in Manhattan. While operating Lincolndale Veterinary Center, Dr. Sarfaty became an Associate Professor of the Veterinary Technology Program at La Guardia Community College in Long Island City. She was an instructor, staff veterinarian for the surgical patients, Internship Program Coordinator and Advisor for the Student Chapter of NAVTA. She later became the Director of Health, Wellness and Prevention for Biscuits and Bath, a five-facility doggie day care program in Manhattan. She provided medical consultation for all daycare facilities, developed safety protocols for infectious diseases, ran training seminars for staff and implemented company-wide policies on emergency procedures and quarantine.
Karyn Berger, CVT
Karyn is a New York State Certified Veterinary Technician who is fully trained to treat and manage all of your pet's medical and surgical needs. She graduated from Mercy College in 2000 with a Bachelor's Degree in Science. Karyn has been with Lincolndale Veterinary Center since January of 2000. She enjoys spending as much time as possible in the outdoors, hiking, biking, kayaking and gardening.
Dina is our receptionist/veterinary technician and has been working at LVC since 2005. She will most likely be the first person to greet you on the phone and make sure you feel welcome and comfortable. In addition to all of her hospital responsibilities, she is knowledgeable in the areas of veterinary nutrition and pharmaceutical supply. Additional areas of expertise are general anesthesia and business management. Dina is also a certified phlebotomist and EKG technician in the human field.
Beth has been with us since 2008 as our office manager. She combines her love of animals with expertise in management and organization. Beth is a lifelong pet owner; her pets currently include a 135-pound Swiss Mountain Dog/Great Pyrenees mix and a black-and-white cat. Beth has a Bachelor's degree from Binghamton University and a Master's in School Counseling from Hofstra University.
We're easily found on Route 202 in Lincolndale, with plenty of parking.
152 U.S. Route 202
Lincolndale, NY 10540
Tel: (914) 248-5050
8:30 AM - 5:00 PM
Monday - Friday
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Prescriptions: Are you a current client with a question about your pet's prescription? Click the link below to email us (please allow up to 2 business days for a response).