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Welcome to Value Veterinary Clinic

Your Veterinarian in Bronx, New York
Call us at (718) 822-7387

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At Value Veterinary Clinic we pride ourselves on providing quality healthcare services to our pet patients at an affordable price. We aim to keep everything affordable so as not to put a strain on your budget. 

Let our experienced veterinary professionals help you and your cat or dog today.

If you are looking for a hospital where your pets are treated as priorities, then you have come to the right place. Value Veterinary Clinic is located in the Bronx and we are close by to the 6 line Parkchester train station and the Q44 bus route.

Our team at Value Vet Clinic want to make your experience at the vet as convenient and easy as possible. Dr. Cara Bunning and her team of Veterinary Professionals will help you learn about what you need to know to keep your pet happy and healthy. Dr. Bunning is an extremely caring and compassionate individual who will thoroughly explain all your options when it comes to the preventive and ongoing care of your pet. She will use her experience and knowledge to diagnose any illness your pet may be experiencing and will be sure to explain everything thoroughly to you. If you are looking for a friendly doctor who really cares about her patients and truly wants to help then you have come to the right place. Our Veterinary Clinic offers routine preventative care such as; vaccinations, heartworm prevention, flea and tick prevention, dentistry, radiography (inc. dental x-rays), In-house laboratory diagnostic testing, low cost spay/neuter, low cost surgery and many other services.

We are located next door to the Cross Bronx Pet Shop for all your pet supply and grooming needs.

At Value Veterinary Clinic, we treat your pets like the valued family members they are.

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Office Hours

Value Veterinary Clinic

Monday:

10:00 am-5:00 pm

Tuesday:

10:00 am-5:00 pm

Wednesday:

10:00 am-5:00 pm

Thursday:

10:00 am-5:00 pm

Friday:

Closed

Saturday:

10:00 am-4:00 pm

Sunday:

Closed

Testimonials

Read What Our Clients Say

  • ""I had an emergency with my dog and my regular vet was telling me to go to AMC. I searched and called and found Value Veterinary. Thank God. They were able to help my dog. I've decided that this will be the new vet for my girls. The staff is friendly and professional. Dr. B is a life saver. She knows her business. Definitely 100% recommend this place.""
    Cuca
  • ""I had an emergency with my cat and was given Value's number by the ASPCA. When I called, Jade was very understanding and sympathetic and had me come right in. Dr Bunning was thorough and made me feel like she was really concerned about my animal's well being. The techs were also kind and efficient. I was so happy with the service that I'm bringing my other cat in next week.""
    Estrella Walker
  • ""There’s honestly nothing I can say to improve this amazing staff. As a first time dog owner you guys have made Ghost’ healthcare such an ease for me. From getting his vaccinations or just simple check ups you guys always handle him with great care. The staff at Value Vet Clinic is like family to him and I and I truly appreciate every single one of you. Keep up the great work. Love from Ghost and Jarid.""
    Jarid Mills
  • "The staff, tech, and Dr. Bunnin are all amazing. They run a tight ship and I'm so happy we found a vet for my beautiful fur baby. This pic is the day after surgery!"
    Iris Violet
  • "Dr Bunning and her staff are awesome. Very happy to have an affordable and high quality vet in my area."
    yankees7448
  • "The staff is fantastic, Dr. B is so caring and loving. This is the BEST PLACE TO TAKE YOUR PETS. SIMPLY THE BEST!!"
    Monique B
  • ""The experience was great! I feel as if Roxy always feels loved when she visits the vet. She especially loves Ms. Krystal. I wish the wait wasn't as long but, have grown to expect it and would wait longer as long as Roxy was going to be given time attention and love. Wouldn't dream of going anywhere else. Thank you.""
    Edna Ruiz

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