Veterinarian, Staten Island NY 10312

At Pleasant Plains Animal Hospital, we are passionate about what we do. Whether your animal companion needs a routine veterinary checkup, X-rays, lab work, or advanced veterinary treatment, your animal friend will be well cared for. From the moment you step through our doors, we want you to feel at home. Every member of our caring and compassionate staff is a talented and skilled individual who loves what they do.

PPAH is a Staten Island Animal Hospital located in Staten Island. Pet owners seeking a Staten Island Veterinarian will be impressed with this brand new Staten Island animal hospital in Pleasant Plains that features state-of-the-art equipment. A great deal of planning went into the design and creation of this animal hospital. This allows Dr. Meleleo and his staff to perform everything from routine maintenance to complex surgeries.

AAHA_tC_2Most new customers are very impressed with this Staten Island animal hospital. This is not the typical Vet’s office that many SI residents are accustomed to seeing. And when it comes to Staten Island Veterinarians, Dr. Meleleo is one of the most beloved.

The staff at PPAH offer you and your pet the latest in veterinary care and treatment. The veterinary professionals on our staff are pet owners themselves, so they understand the bond between humans and animals. Each patient is regarded with the utmost respect and compassion.

There are some wonderful Staten Island Veterinarians and Dr. Meleleo and his associates are proud to be among them. They will spend as much time with you and your pet as needed so that they can answer any and all questions. If you are evaluating Staten Island Veterinarians and wish to ask us some questions, please call for an appoint so that one of our veterinarians can answer any questions you have.

Thank you for visiting our website. We look forward to meeting you and your pet.

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“Our dog Peanut became a patient at Pleasant Plains Animal Hospital in September 2011, she came in for her annual check-up and I was immediately impressed by the cleanliness of the office and the state of the art equipment. Dr. Meleleo and the vet tech staff are equally amazing, they are gentle, and patient with nervous owners and most importantly Peanut is always happy to see them. We could not be happier with the care and attention Dr. Meleleo and his team provide.”


– Jennifer A.


“This is an excellent establishment to bring your pets. All of the staff are very compassionate and professional. I left my previous vet of 5+ years and started bringing my pets here and my only regret is not coming to them sooner. Dr.Meleleo and Dr.Goldhaber who are both excellent, recently performed surgery on my cat and I was very comfortable leaving her in their care. Dr.Shwartz helped me out with my dog in July and she is also fantastic. I highly recommend giving them a try, you won’t regret it and your animals will receive the best care.”

– Mikayla L.
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