Park Slope Veterinary Center

Park Slope Veterinary Center is proud to serve Brooklyn for everything pet related.  Our veterinary hospital is run by compassionate and seasoned veterinarians and a supportive staff.

Our team is committed to educating our clients in how to keep their pets healthy year round, with good nutrition and exercise.  Park Slope Veterinary Center stays on top of the latest advances in veterinary technology and above all, remembers that all animals and pets need to be treated with loving care in every check-up, procedure, or surgery.
  • Mon-Fri: 9:00AM-7:00PM
  • Sat: 9:00AM-2:00PM
  • Sun: Closed
  • Yvonne Szacki, DVM, Owner

    Dr. Szacki completed her undergraduate degree at Kings College with a Bachelor of Science in Biology and received her Degree of Veterinary Medicine from Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine, WI in 2004. In combination with her veterinary education, she jointly shared a semester at the University of Missouri Veterinary Hospital, Columbia MO, from September of 2003 to May of 2004. 

    During her various tenures within the veterinary school environment, she actively participated in various programs involving animal care and clinic operations.

    Upon receiving her license to practice veterinary medicine, Dr. Szacki began practicing in 2004, with a variety of clinics and animal care services throughout the city and state of NY, under the auspices of the NYS Department of Health.

    Some of her credits include the 5th Avenue Cat Clinic, the Nassau-Suffolk Veterinary Hospital, the SPCA of Westchester and the Animal Care & Control of NYC. She also acted as a consultant to the ASPCA of NYC. With these positions she was intimately involved in every aspect of veterinary medicine including surgeries, vaccinations, and animal infection control and adoption protocols.

    Dr. Szacki is now the owner, proprietor and chief veterinarian of the Park Slope Veterinary Center in Brooklyn, NY. She continues to act in a consulting capacity with the SPCA and ACC in both Staten Island and Westchester, NY.
    Years in Practice:
    Apr 07, 2004
    Kings College, Ross University
  • Angela Hildenbrand, DVM

    Dr. Hildenbrand received her Bachelor of Arts in Biology from New York University in 2006. She then worked with a group of busy small animal practices for several years prior to earning her Degree of Veterinary Medicine from Colorado State University in 2013. After graduation she completed a one year rotating internship in small animal medicine and surgery at Veterinary Emergency and Referral Group prior to joining the team at Park Slope Veterinary Center. When not at work, Dr. Hildenbrand likes to relax at home with her cat Lucy (a Colorado native and generally awesome member of feline society) or explore the goodies Brooklyn has to offer.
    Years in Practice:
    Jan 01, 2012
    New York University, Colorado State University
  • Aimee Bowe

    Aimee is a full time vet tech student.  When she is not learning about animals she is still usually hanging out with them!  She has three cats and takes care of a colony of feral cats in her backyard. Someday she hopes to adopt a dog…but the cats are not as enthusiastic about this idea as she is. Aimee is a TNR-certified cat rescuer and a volunteer with Red Rover, trained to set up temporary shelters and care for animals after natural disasters and puppy mill confiscations.  She also volunteers with World Vets, an organization that provides free veterinary care and mass spay/neuter services for animals all over the world. When she is not with animals, you will find her knitting, baking, hiking, camping, or running an obstacle course race.
    Years in Practice:
    Jan 01, 2009
  • Scott Martin

    Scott has always been an animal lover. He was born and raised in Florida, where he began volunteering at The Humane Society. He loved working with animals so much he decided to pursue it full time. In 2006, Scott moved to NYC and began working at multiple animal hospitals, including The Bay Ridge Animal Hospital and The West Village Veterinary Hospital, where he cultivated his veterinary technician and animal care skills. Scott is delighted to be working at the Park Slope Vet Center and loves interacting with clients and their animals. His favorite dogs are black pugs.
    Years in Practice:
    Jan 01, 2007
  • Denise Morales

    Denise was born and raised in Brooklyn, but traveled to Conneticut to get on the right track for a career in veterinary medicine by attending the University of Hartford, from which she holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology. Shortly after graduation she began working as a veterinary technician at a local Brooklyn clinic. Her undying love and passion for the health and welfare of animals continue to fuel her plans to attend veterinary school. Besides adorable puppies, her interests include arts and crafts, music, poetry and nature walks.
    Years in Practice:
    Jan 01, 2011
  • Amber Walden

    Amber was born and raised in New Jersey. She has always been adventurous and active even as a kid. She moved to Houston, Texas in 2008 and was opened up to the veterinary world. Amber has always had a love for animals and after working a year at a hospital in Houston as a veterinary assistant, she realized this is a field she wanted to be a part of. Amber moved to New York in 2010 after receiving a scholarship to attend the New York Conservatory for Dramatic Arts in Manhattan. Amber has acted in theater, film and does stand up comedy as well as being a member of the Sampul Dance Company. When she is not at the hospital working she indulges in shopping, dining out, movies and going to see live music. However, she loves most of all just hanging out with family and friends and her two beloved pets Kush, her 5 year old Rottweiler mix and Abbey, her 7 yr old Domestic Shorthair that she adopted from CAP, a Houston animal shelter. She is happy to be a part of such a caring team at PSVC.

    Years in Practice:
    Jan 01, 2008
  • Ann Kollbeck

    Despite the fact that she only works twice a week, she has become an essential part of our family.  This sweet Southern Belle (with roots in NY, as well) may be the nicest person you'll ever meet.  She and her husband live in Brooklyn and have raised a beautiful son and daughter.  Ann has one cat and two dogs. While she isn't working, Ann spends her time caring for her family and enjoys riding a motorcycle with her husband!
    Years in Practice:
    Jan 01, 2010
  • Brian Bullard

    Through his connections at Brooklyn Animal Action, Brian began volunteering at the clinic in 2013. Since day one he has been so excited to be working with animals. After being such a valued help, he became an employee earlier this year. With aspirations of becoming a veterinarian, Brian is always eager to help as much as he can and learn something new. A freshman in college, Brian has rescued 3 pits from Animal Care and Control and is currently living with his most recent rescue. Rain or shine, Brian shows up with a smile expressing true admiration for animals and real devotion to the veterinary profession.
    Years in Practice:
    Jan 01, 2013
  • Minnie Red

    Maintaining an almost zen-like calmness, Minnie Red is in the driver's seat at Park Slope Veterinary Center.  Minnie Red wears many hats as the practice manager, medical director, head technician and staff counselor. When the ladies at PSVC are having a bad day, Minnie is the glue that holds the staff together.  This furry boy's charm and ability to spread joy wherever he goes has earned him legions of fans throughout the neighborhood as well as on the internet.  Minnie Red loves napping during the day and partying all night.  His favorite thing in life are boxes of all shapes and sizes.  He has a larger wardrobe than anyone on staff at PSVC and has a weekend home in South Slope.
    Years in Practice:
    Jan 01, 2011
    Animal Care and Control