Client Services

  • Client Service

    Carmen Declet

    Carmen Declet is a client service representative with New York Veterinary Hospital. She was born and raised in upper west side Harlem and has always possessed a passion for animals and always had family pets. One of her fondest memories was the greatest birthday gift, a Pekingese poodle named Benny. From that moment on Carmen grew a warm heart for all pets, she now owns an amazing cat named Gracie whom she adores so much. Carmen formerly worked for the Archdiocese of New York at St Ann's parochial School for 13 years as a secretary and promoted to bookkeeper. Carmen is grateful to have such a wonderful opportunity to work at New York veterinary hospital to grow and learn more about the care of animals' well-being.


  • Client Service

    Amanda Dominguez

    Amanda was born and raised in Bronx, New York. My family had pets from hermit crabs, fish, hamsters, ferrets, rabbits, dogs and cats. My fondest memory with animals is with my first pet of my own a cute and hyper Pomeranian Yorkie mix, Fee Fee. He was always there for me and I made a promise to myself that I'd always look out for animals just like him. I had previously interned at Animal Hospital and decided that working in this field is where my path is. I have always had a passion for animals and strive to take the extra step at New York Vet to make sure they are able to get the best care as a previous owner and future veterinary technician.


  • Client Service

    Ruby Valentin

    Ruby was born and raised on the Upper East Side of Manhattan in Spanish Harlem. For 24 years she has worked for the Department of Education in her neighborhood teaching children.  For the past nine years, she comes in the afternoons to New York Vet Hospital to help clients with their pet's needs as our Client Service Coordinator. Ruby loves animals and has 3 dogs of her own; Eli, her three pound, long-haired, one year old chihuahua, Pepe, her two year old smooth-haired chihuahua, and Zoe, her 13 year old Maltese.

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