doc Dr. Elizabette CohenDr. Elizabette Cohen was born, raised and schooled in New York City. She grew up in Forest Hills and received her B.A. Degree from Columbia University in 1983.

When she was three years old, Elizabette saw her dog hit by a car. He later returned home with a cast on his leg, and it was then that she decided to become a veterinarian.

Elizabette has been practicing high quality veterinary medicine and surgery in New York since 1988 when she received her D.V.M. from Cornell Veterinary School.

Outside of her work with animals, Elizabette is proud of running the 2002 New York City Marathon!

Dr. Cohen is the author of Most of My Patients Wear Fur: Tales of Small Animals and Their Big City Vet. S he became an Associate Professor of Veterinary Technology in 2010. Elizabette gives regular library lectures for the public.  She gives more technical lectures at conferences, veterinary technology and veterinary schools.

Elizabette has her own house call practice and travels all over New York. She is happy to answer any of your pet questions. You can contact her through her website or call her office @ 646-523-4168.  Elizabette lives in NYC with her family; which includes the family dog!

You can hear Dr. Cohen’s unique approach to a “Healthy and Happy Pet” on WCBS Newsradio 880 every Saturday and Sunday at: 7:23a, 1:23p, 5:23p, 2:23a.