All Creatures Veterinary Hospital in Brooklyn
- All Creatures Veterinary Hospital of Brooklyn provides comprehensive veterinary care for cats and dogs. Our local clinic offers all the services needed for veterinary care, including wellness care and veterinary surgery.
- There are many types of pets, and each one needs health care. The best vet will understand your pet’s needs and care about your companion animal.
- All pets are provided with personalized, progressive, and comprehensive veterinary care.
- We customize health plans for your pet’s specific environment. Alternative alternatives such as nutritional counseling, laser therapy and acupuncture. Also advanced and advanced technologies. From our pet’s smallest kitten or animal services to the old ones can be used to all happy and in good shape.
- All Creatures Veterinary Hospital of Brooklyn provides comprehensive veterinary care for small mammals, birds, dogs, cats, and reptiles. Stop by our local clinic to receive personalized pet care services. We serve Brooklyn, Prospect Heights, Crown Heights, and all surrounding areas.
- Our exceptional veterinary team adopts a progressive approach when caring for companion animals. This is demonstrated by our advanced diagnostic imaging, thorough physical examinations and consideration of each pet’s history and environment.
- We adhere to the highest standards in pet surgery and critical care. We provide the most up-to-date in complementary medicine with options like laser therapy, nutritional counseling and acupuncture.
- Every interaction is personal. Our team will work closely with you and your family to ensure your pet’s health, both in the prevention of injury and when it is injured or becomes ill. From the youngest puppy or kitten to the elderly, we are here to assist you.
- We offer customized wellness plans and services to ensure that your pet is happy and healthy, so they can continue to bring joy and happiness to you and your family even after their passing. We are committed to providing veterinary care with compassion for your pet. Our hospital blog will keep you informed about the latest veterinary news from our team.
Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday: 8:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m.
Tuesday: 8:00 a.m.–4:00 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday: 10:00 am.–4:00 pm.
Only patients with medical concerns will be allowed to make appointments. The procedure drop-off times will be the same (between 8:30am and 9:00am).
EASY PAYMENT WITH CONVENIENT SOLUTIONS
We offer several payment options for veterinary care. We do require payment at time of service. However, we accept the following payment options: Cash, Credit/Debit Cards and Care Credit.
CareCredit(r), No Interest Payment Plans is available to our clients. CareCredit allows you to say “yes” immediately to the best treatment of your pet and then pay it off over time in low monthly payments that are easy on your budget.
CareCredit is an option for those who want to make easy payments.
Pet insurance is becoming more popular among pet owners to cover their pets’ health. We are happy to give you copies of the medical records of your pet to submit to your insurance company. Talk to the receptionist during your next appointment.
AMY ONDERDONK DVM
After 13 years working in a northern NJ veterinary clinic, Dr. Onderdonk has joined us. After graduating from Tufts University’s School of Veterinary Medicine, she completed an additional year of training in medicine and surgery. When she finishes her Chi Institute certification in fall 2018, she is excited to be able to offer acupuncture services to her patients. She enjoys all aspects of her job as a veterinarian, but it is the relationships that she makes with her clients and patients that she most treasures. Each patient is unique and she works closely with owners to develop treatment plans that are tailored to their individual needs. She also strives to make pet visits stress-free. She enjoys running, cycling, Pilates, and music (singing/playing/listening). Her pets include her senior rescue dog Keisha and Little Bee, a partially-blind cat named Turtle, and Turtle, a feral cat called Turtle.
ERICA MORGAN DVM
Erica Morgan, coowner of All Creatures was a passionate animal lover. She spent weeks researching breeds to convince her parents to allow her to have a dog. Her mother wanted a breed that wouldn’t bark or shed. After studying English at Yale, she completed her post-baccalaureate at Columbia and then enrolled in Cornell’s School of Veterinary Medicine. She has been practicing on the East Coast since 2003, from Syracuse, NY to Reston VA and all points in between. Erica is delighted to offer her services to animals in Brooklyn. Her interests include dentistry, internal medicine and control of chronic pain (Dr. Morgan completed advanced coursework in both trigger point therapy and acupuncture). She also enjoys improving the quality and lives of senior pets. Erica loves to cook vegetarian meals, hike, read, binge-watch TV and cuddle up on the couch with her husband or one of her rescue dogs.
Rafael was born in Venezuela, 1994. He grew up around animals, including dogs and cats. He began to rescue cats and dogs from Caracas’ streets at the age of 17.
He remained passionate about animals even after he moved to the United States. He found his way to New York City and joined All Creatures as an intern in order to earn his assistant certification. Soon, he was an integral member of the team. He is now continuing his education in the field. His home is shared with Fernanda, his dog Patricia, and Benita, his cat.
Brittanie was raised in Brooklyn NY. She found her passion for this work because of her love for animals, and hospital administrations. Brittanie holds a Bachelors Degree in Health Sciences. She is currently working towards a Bachelors in Business Administration. Brittanie joined All Creatures Vet in May 2017 and loves interacting with every client that walks into the hospital. Brittanie loves to spend her free time with her friends, eat Mexican food, study, and be with Bella, her dog.
Kim was born in Brooklyn and raised there. She prefers stuffed animals to baby dolls, and Coney Island aquarium to any park. Kim loved animals and has had many exotic pets. Although she knew she didn’t want to become a veterinarian, she was unaware that she could still be involved with animal medicine when she started working in a veterinary clinic. She was also responsible for feeding animals that were up for adoption and boarding cats. As a nurse, she found her calling and was an advocate for hospitalized patients’ comfort and quality care. She rose to the top of the medical staff and became a chief technician. She made close friendships with doctors who shared her interests and goals: a strong work ethic, small team, love of traveling, charity work, and ordering lunch online.
Since childhood, I’ve wanted to help animals. When I graduated from Animal Behavioral College, my Veterinary Assistant certificate was granted in 2014. Since then, I have worked in an animal hospital. I love it so much that I am currently enrolled at Penn Foster College to become licensed as a Veterinary Technician. I look forward to learning more and becoming a great veterinarian tech. I never had a pet as a child, but I now have two fish tanks and two parakeets. Outside of work, I enjoy swimming, hanging out with friends, and spending time with my three wonderful children and husband.
Charles was raised in Pennsylvania, where animals were a major part of his childhood. Charles grew up with many pets including horses, turtles, cats, and cats. After completing his undergraduate degree in Forensic Science, he started working as a summer clerk at a veterinary clinic. He quickly fell in love and continued to work there for the next two years. He started out as a kennel staff person and quickly trained to become an assistant veterinarian, then a nurse. He soon became the head technician of a large local practice, where he worked for nine years. At the hospital’s opening in 2016, he was appointed as the Practice Manager. He is now halfway through his academic designation as Certified Veterinary Practice Manager (CVPM). He is excited to be working alongside such talented and dedicated staff. Two rescue cats share his home with him, or rather, they share it with him. He enjoys travel, kickboxing and target archery.
All Creatures Great and Small Vet Clinic
- All Creatures Great and Small is a place where Dr. Vaughn and his staff are committed to providing compassionate and personal attention for your furry friend. We provide wellness and medical services including surgery and dentistry . The clinic looks like an old barn, but it houses modern veterinary equipment and friendly staff in a tranquil country setting.
We are located
You will find us right next to the big red barn, four miles north of downtown Corvallis.
4710 Elliott Circle
Corvallis, OR 97330
Hours of Operation:
Monday through Friday
8 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.
9 a.m. to noon