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Dr. Kyoko Yoshida

Dr. Kyoko Yoshida


Dr. Kyoko Yoshida was born in Tokyo, Japan but for part of her childhood called New York and Southern California home. She graduated from the University of Missouri-Columbia with a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology and a minor in Animal Sciences. She attended Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine and, for her senior clinical rotation, Purdue University College of Veterinary Medicine. She received her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree in 2001. After graduation she was awarded an internship in small animal medicine and surgery at the Veterinary Referral and Emergency Center in Norwalk, CT.

She joined the staff of the Tribeca Soho Animal Hospital in Manhattan in 2002 where she rose to senior staff veterinarian until she co-founded and moved on to Hudson Animal Hospital in the Upper West Side of NYC in 2012.

Dr. Yoshida has special interests in soft tissue surgery, dentistry, oncology and endocrinology. She has attended the renowned workshop in veterinary dentistry at the Animal Dentistry Training Center in Baltimore, MD. Dr. Yoshida is a USDA-accredited veterinarian which gives her the ability to issue international health certificates for her well-traveled patients.

Dr. Kyoko Yoshida is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association, New York State Veterinary Medical Society,  the Veterinary Medical Association of NYC, and American Association of Feline Practitioners.

When she is not working she enjoys spending time with her husband, daughter and two cats. Cooking, traveling and SCUBA diving are among her favorite hobbies.

Dr. Christopher Angiello

Dr. Christopher Angiello


Dr. Christopher Angiello was born and raised in Westchester County, New York. He attended college at the State University of New York at Albany where he earned a BS in Biology and a MS in neurophysiology. It was in graduate school where he fully realized his aspiration of becoming a veterinarian. 

He was granted admission to Tufts University School of Veterinary Medicine in 1994 (now referred to as the Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine at Tufts University) and earned his DVM degree in 1998. After graduating he was awarded an internship in small animal medicine and surgery at the Animal Specialty Group in Los Angeles, California. He went on to practice emergency medicine in both Los Angeles and Phoenix before deciding to return to his home state of New York in 2002. 

He spent ten years as an associate veterinarian in emergency and general practice medicine in Westchester County. While there, Dr. Christopher Angiello was granted, by his peers, the honor of being considered a “Top Vet” in the county in 2011 (March, 2011; Westchester Magazine). 

Dr. Angiello moved on to co-found Hudson Animal Hospital in Manhattan's Upper West Side in 2012. He has special interests in dentistry, soft tissue surgery and toxicology. Like Dr. Yoshida, he is USDA-accredited which gives him the ability to issue international health certificates. He is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association, the New York State Veterinary Medical Society, American Association of Feline Practitioners, and the Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care Society. In his spare time he enjoys cycling, reading and studying horology.

Dr. Kimberly Kahn

Dr. Kimberly Kahn


Dr. Kimberly Kahn was born and raised in New York City. She received her Bachelor of Arts in psychology from Amherst College in 1998. A few years later she decided upon a career in veterinary medicine and began post-baccalaureate pre-veterinary studies at Columbia University. She earned her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from Cornell University in 2009. Returning to New York City, she completed a small animal medicine and surgery internship at NYC Veterinary Specialists (now Blue Pearl Veterinary Partners). Since then she has worked in private practice and shelter medicine in Manhattan and Brooklyn, treating small animals and exotic pets.

Dr. Kahn’s veterinary interests include behavior and pain management. She earned her Certification in Veterinary Acupuncture from IVAS in 2014. She enjoys making veterinary visits easier for anxious and fearful patients, and is a Fear Free Certified Professional.

In her free time, Dr. Kahn enjoys being with her husband and daughter, reading, sewing, and exploring her hometown.

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Video Transcript:

We're introducing Dr. Kimberly Kahn today. She discusses everything from what made her want to be a vet and her specialties to her free time activities and what she did before becoming a vet.


Why did you want to become a veterinarian?

I decided in my mid-twenties that I wanted to go back to school and become a vet. And it was because I rescued a dog who had epilepsy, and I started to learn a bit about his condition so that I could better treat him. I found it really interesting, so I kept learning, and I kept learning, and I kept learning.


And something clicked where I said, "I find this fascinating. I find the science fascinating. I find the idea of understanding how this condition affects my pet and how this condition affects our bond together fascinating. And it just led me to say, "Hmm, maybe there's an untapped interest and love that I should be pursuing."


What did you study before you majored in veterinary medicine?

When I went to undergrad, I majored in psychology, and tried a couple of different professional avenues during summers and right after school. At the time, I said, "Now, I find this fascinating, but I can't find the right fit for me." And then I took a total left turn and did a little bit of work in publishing.


Publishing is cool. I love language. I love words. I decided to hang out there until I figured out what I wanted to do. And then I said, "Great, I'm going to go back to school and do all the prereqs for vet school, and apply to vet school, and go down that road."


What interests you professionally?

I have a big interest in behavior. I like to help pets and their people manage behavior concerns. Pain management is another interest, and I underwent training in acupuncture as part of that interest in pain management and expanding what I could offer to my patients.


I also love primary care. I love the variety of it. I love the relationships you can create with clients and patients over the long term. And I love the educational aspect of it. Just doing something to a patient is one thing, but explaining to a client why we're doing it, what the benefits are, what the repercussions could be, and what our alternatives are is what I find really satisfying.


What do you like to do on your spare time?

I have a toddler, so my spare time is spent wrangling a child. So basically this means trips to the playground, eating pretend food, and playing with Play-Doh.


Would you like to share anything else with our clients?

I'm thrilled to have joined this practice—it's a great professional home. I love the ethic that guides all of my colleagues, veterinarians, assistants, LVTs, and receptionists. There's a real warmth and caring here at Hudson, and I'm pleased to be part of that.