Dr. Elizabette Cohen is a licensed New York State and U.S.D.A.-accredited veterinarian. She is an early innovator in the area of pet behavior and appears frequently in New York media. She provides advice to New York area pet owners as the WCBS newsradio 880 “Healthy and Happy Pet” reporter several times daily every Saturday and Sunday.
Dr. Cohen has extensive experience as a professional speaker and lectures frequently on animal behavior modification. She appears at New York area pet expos on emergency preparedness and pet CPR and conducts public library lectures on pet care and preventative medicine.
Dr. Cohen is a published author in veterinary publications on topics such as alternative treatment of corneal ulcers and has co-authored several research papers and publications in human medicine. Her most recent book is Most of My Patients Wear Fur: Tales of Small Animals and Their Big City Vet.
Giving back to her community, Dr. Cohen helped launch a low-cost mobile veterinary clinic to help prevent pet surrender and ultimate euthanasia. She also performs free and low-cost spays and neuters for the ASPCA and the Toby Project of New York City.
Dr. Cohen received her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree from Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine. She graduated cum laude from Columbia University with her Bachelor of Arts degree in Biology.