AT ADVANCED ANIMAL CARE CENTER, WE PROVIDE PETS WITH HIGH QUALITY VETERINARY HEALTH CARE AND MEDICAL SERVICES.
Advanced Animal Care Center in Huntington Station, NY was founded in 1996. Dr. Michel Selmer offers Conventional Western Veterinary Medicine, Holistic Veterinary Medicine, Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine including Acupuncture and Chinese Herbal Therapy, Food Therapy, Tui-Na and Integrative Medical, Surgical and Wellness Care for Dogs and Cats that is unsurpassed by any other veterinary facility. Our state of the art animal hospital allows us to handle most medical and surgical cases efficiently and effectively.
Dr. Selmer and his considerate staff take the time to get to know your pet individually and develop a lasting relationship that continues well beyond his or her senior years. Working alongside Dr. Selmer, the hospital staff consists of highly qualified individuals who consistently strive to provide quality veterinary care in a compassionate setting. The goal is to care for your pets consistently, reliably and in a loving and stress-free environment, providing you and your family the luxury of "peace of mind." We are continually striving to maintain lasting relationships with our clients, treating each patient as a member of our ever-growing family.
ADVANCED ANIMAL CARE CENTER IS LOCATED JUST OFF JERICHO TURNPIKE IN HUNTINGTON STATION
We serve all pets and their families on Long Island and the Tri-State area.
We consider it a privilege and an honor to be your family’s veterinarian. Please call today to schedule an appointment !
DR. SELMER FOCUSES ON HOLISTIC, OR INTEGRATIVE, VETERINARY MEDICINE, WHEN EXAMINING AND DIAGNOSING AN ANIMAL, CONSIDERING ALL ASPECTS OF THE ANIMAL'S LIFE AND EMPLOYING ALL OF HIS SENSES, AS WELL AS A COMBINATION OF CONVENTIONAL AND ALTERNATIVE (OR COMPLEMENTARY) MODALITIES OF TREATMENT.
When Dr. Selmer sees a pet, besides giving it a comprehensive physical examination, he wants to find out all about its behaviors, distant medical and dietary history, and its environment including diet, emotional stresses, and other factors. We consider it a privilege and an honor to be your family’s veterinarian.