A letter from Dr. Wohlfeiler, D.V.M,
Dear Lyndhurst Animal Clinic family,
It is with mixed emotions of both happiness and sadness that I am announcing my retirement from the veterinary profession and clinic as of April 3rd. It has been my honor to have taken care of all your pets for the past forty-seven years. We have shared the joy and happiness of new puppies and kittens. We have also shed tears together as they grew older and needed our help one last time to make their passing as peaceful as possible. I thank you for allowing and entrusting me as we teamed together to give your pets the best care and lives possible. During my many years of practice, I have gotten to know grandparents, parents and eventually the children who grew up and brought me their pets. I feel very grateful having known all of you I will miss the relationships that we have developed over the many years.
There have been many changes in the clinic but the dedication and quality of medicine has remained. Doctors Taddeo and Mendlowitz, whom I have trusted and worked alongside for many years, will continue to provide the excellent care you have always expected and deserved. The new doctor to join the clinic is Dr Ken Litwak. He brings knowledge and experience with him as well as a compassionate demeanor. I am comforted knowing I am leaving the clinic in the hands of passionate and caring doctors.
I would also like to give a heartfelt thank you to all the past and present employees who helped me make the clinic a wonderful place to work. Your hard work and dedication to the care of the animals inspired me to be the very best that I could be.
The decision to leave Lyndhurst Animal Clinic was not an easy one but I feel the physical strain may lessen my ability to practice as I always have. I will miss all of you and am thankful and grateful for all the time we have shared.
Thank you from the bottom of my heart,
Arthur Wohlfeiler D.V.M.