The #1 Veterinarian in the Hudson Valley!

About Us

Monhagen Veterinary Hospital is a complete service veterinary hospital that offers cutting edge, compassionate medical care located in Middletown, New York.

It is our goal to provide your pet with the absolute best care available. We take advantage of the latest technology and utilize every resource at our disposal to ensure that your pet will live a long and healthy life.

Doctors and Staff

The Doctor’s and staff at Monhagen Veterinary Hospital believe in treating your pet as if he or she was a member of our family. We will recommend the same procedures and products we would want for our own pets; and emphasize preventative care. We strive to provide quality, progressive veterinary medicine and surgery to all clients in a timely, friendly, and professional manner.

Pet Portal

Now it’s easy to manage your pet’s health online. Pet Portal 2.0 is here! With the new Pet Portal 2.0, you will find a fresh, new look, an enhanced user experience, upgraded security features, and much more! Click to activate your account or log in. See you online!

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Take A Virtual Tour

Monhagen Veterinary Hospital has a virtual tour available so you can see our facilities before you arrive. Take a look around and you’ll see that cleanliness and comfort for our patients and their owners are some of our top priorities!

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Tips For Pet Owners

Spring Health Tips

Dogs typically love spring due to the increased time they get to play outside. It is a welcome change after spending the winter cooped up in the house, so they really do enjoy being able to spend more time outside in the warm weather playing with you! It is important...

Pet Dental Health

There are more benefits to a healthy smile than looking good and smelling fresh. Regular brushing can help prevent disease, infection, and tooth loss. All of these benefits are as important to our pets as they are to their owners. Unfortunately one of the most common...

Lyme Disease in Dogs

Lyme disease is one of the most common tick-transmitted diseases in the world. It is caused by a spirochete (bacteria) species of the Borrelia burgdorferi group. Dominant clinical feature in dogs is recurrent lameness due to inflammation of the joints. There may also...