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Heart of Brooklyn Veterinary Hospital

Our goal is to help pets live longer, healthier lives and enjoy time with their owners. We do this by providing high-quality medical care for pets and outstanding client education. We value the relationship, continued trust, and goodwill we establish with our clients. Walk-ins and urgent care will be accommodated.

718 855-7387

Fort Greene

718 282-5475


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Our Veterinarians

Dr. Anjali Pingle
Dr. Anjali Pingle
Doctor of Veterinary Medicine

Dr. Pingle attended the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine at the University College of Dublin to achieve a Bachelor of Veterinary Medicine in 2005.

Dr. Bill Farmer
Dr. Bill Farmer
Owner, Doctor of Veterinary Medicine

Owner & Pet Lover, Dr. Bill Farmer and his staff often greet dog owners during off-leash hours, promoting hospital events and connecting with the community.

Dr. Laura Ward
Dr. Laura Ward
Doctor of Veterinary Medicine

Dr. Ward graduated from the College of Veterinary Medicine & obtained her Bachelors in Agriculture & Animal Sciences at the University of Georgia.

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Taking Care Of Your Pet

When you choose the veterinarians at Heart of Brooklyn Veterinary to be your pet care partner, you can be assured your pet is receiving the most advanced veterinary care from experienced pet care providers.


We recommend that pets get meal-timed feedings 2-3 times per day. It’s important to keep pets on a routine feeding schedule.

Pets should be dewormed at 2,4,6,and 8 weeks with Pyrantel Pamoate. Also every pet should be checked for worms on their initial visit regardless of their deworming schedule.

Pets should come annually for routine vaccines, blood work, and intestinal parasite screens. Dogs should come every 6 months to receive their Bordetella (kennel cough) vaccination.

Yes. We recommend giving your pet heartworm medication once a month for life. Heartworm is spread by mosquitoes.

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