About Me

Dr. Elizabette Cohen is a New York licensed and U.S.D.A. certified and accredited veterinarian who practices high-quality medicine and surgery all over New York since 1988. She became an Associate Professor of Veterinary Technology in 2010. Dr. Cohen is a pet expert and behavior modification consultant. She lectures at many libraries for the public and gives more technical talks at veterinary conferences, veterinary technology and veterinary schools. Dr. Cohen received her cum laude B.A. degree from Columbia University and her D.V.M. degree from Cornell Vet School. She has helped animals her whole life.

Dr. Cohen participates in the free spay/neuter program for the A.S.P.C.A. and the Toby Project, and has performed countless surgeries, which help prevent unwanted pregnancies and diseases. She was instrumental in helping to launch the Low Cost Vet Mobile at the ACC (New York Center for Animal Care & Control) in 2009 to help prevent animal surrender.

Dr. Cohen is an active member of the American Veterinary Medical Association, the New York State Veterinary Medical Society, the New York City Veterinary Medical Association and the Long Island Veterinary Medical Association. She serves on several veterinary medical boards.

Dr. Cohen has been the WCBS news radio pet reporter since 2004 and continues to deliver “Healthy and Happy Pet” reports heard every Saturday and Sunday on WCBS880.com worldwide and WCBS 880 AM radio in New York, New Jersey, Connecticut and Pennsylvania. She lives in New York with her family, which includes the family dog.