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Dr. Kiani received her veterinary degree with honors from the University of
Pennsylvania’s School of Veterinary Medicine. Following graduation, to
further specialize her skills, she completed a one-year advanced internship
training program at Bergh Memorial Animal Hospital of the ASPCA in NYC. Following her internship, Dr. Kiani was an Associate Veterinarian in Manhattan and a Medical Director in Queens.
By obtaining a large array of clinical experience working in high volume facilities providing the best quality care, Dr. Kiani has learned the critical components needed to operate a state-of-the-art veterinary hospital. She possesses the personal qualities-empathy, love of learning and its application, and kindness-that are needed to provide outstanding veterinary care. She is excellent at tackling the complexities that arise
while treating animals suffering from multi-factorial disease processes. She understands that financial constraints will arise on a regular basis, and she works well with clients to prioritize her treatment plans. She is an incredibly skilled diagnostician, and she enjoys performing soft tissue surgery. Her professional interests include surgery, internal medicine,
and emergency/critical care.
Raised in central New Jersey, Dr. Kiani developed her passion to care for
animals at a young age. Prior to attending veterinary school, Dr. Kiani
completed her Bachelor's Degree at Columbia University. She graduated with
a major in Latin American Studies and a minor in Biology while also
completing the challenging pre-veterinary medical curriculum at Columbia. Dr. Kiani is
proficient in speaking Spanish as she also studied Spanish language and
syntax at the University of Alicante in Spain.
In her free time, she enjoys running at the parks with her dog, playing
soccer, traveling, cooking with her mother, and going to music concerts.
She currently lives on the Upper East Side with her dog “Muchi,” two cats
“Reesie” and “JoJo,” and her fresh water fish.
Dr. Barnes is a native New Yorker, born and raised in the Bronx. She attended Wheaton College in Massachusetts and attained a bachelors degree in African Diaspora studies. While studying abroad during her junior year of college, she affirmed her love of veterinary medicine while volunteering
at a community university veterinary practice in Morocco. Dr. Barnes then earned a second bachelors degree in veterinary technology from Mercy College in New York, and upon graduation worked as a licensed veterinary technician prior to attending veterinary school.
Dr. Barnes attended Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine for her pre-clinical training, and completed her clinical training at Tufts University. She enjoys internal medicine, dermatology cases and is interested in perusing further training in Eastern medicine. Her interests outside of veterinary medicine include travel, spending time with family and eating delicious food. She currently lives in Manhattan with her husband Gregory, and their two tuxedo cats, Shawn and Marlon.
Born and raised in Queens, NY Dr. Sanabria developed a love and respect for animals as a child. She pursued this interest at a young age and attended John Bowne HS where she completed the agriculture/animal care curriculum with honors. After HS, she attended Cornell University where she majored in animal science. After completing the rigorous animal science program, she graduated with a Bachelors of Science in Animal Science. After graduating she worked for the ASPCA where she gained many valuable experiences and met Dr. Kiani. Dr. Kiani became a mentor and friend over time, and knowing her compassion and dedication to animals, opened the doors and accepted Dr. Sanabria as one of the newest additions to the Harlem Animal Hospital family.
Dr. Sanabria received her Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine from Ross University School of Veterinary medicine in May 2017. Though Dr. Sanabria is a new veterinarian, she already exhibits the traits of an amazing doctor as she is compassionate to pets and their owners, dedicated to learning and goes out of her way to ensure excellent patient care. She hopes to expand her knowledge in dentistry, soft tissue surgery, emergency/critical care and internal medicine as she grows within the practice.