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Central Veterinary Associates: When your pet needs care the most

A full service companion animal hospital, Central Veterinary Associates aims to provide quality veterinary care throughout the life of your pet. From routine preventative care for young, healthy pets to early detection and treatment of disease as your pet ages, the services offered at this state-of-the-art facility will serve your pet well. Central Veterinary Associates ensures complete medical and surgical care as necessary throughout your pet’s lifetime.

With six convenient locations in both Queens and Nassau Counties, Central Veterinary Associates cares for over 40,000 pets each year. The loving and dedicated staff at Central Veterinary Associates treats each pet as they would their own. The staff understands the special role that your pet plays in your family’s life and is therefore committed to becoming your partner in your pet’s healthcare. Each pet is different, so personal attention is always the top priority. The healthcare team promises to address the unique concerns of each individual pet owner, while practicing the highest quality medicine and surgery.

 “We pride ourselves in having a central facility in Valley Stream that is staffed with licensed veterinarians, 24-hours-per-day, seven-days-per-week,” said Senior Partner Dr. Steven Fox. “This allows all patients in the hospital to receive the professional care that they need. Most importantly we can provide around-the-clock services for pets at our main hospital that need to be seen on an emergency basis,” he added.

 If your pet has an illness or injury that requires immediate attention, call to schedule an appointment and the staff will provide the necessary services. Central Veterinary Associates offers emergency surgery and emergency medical care for all conditions, including respiratory distress, congestive heart failure, gastric dilation, dystocia, injuries sustained by being hit by a car, ketoacidotic diabetes, traumatic injuries, seizure control, or any other various health issues. Their expertise is also extended to small pets, such as birds, rabbits, ferrets, guinea pigs, hamsters, gerbils, rats, chinchillas and all reptiles and snakes.

“We encourage all pet owners to take a complete tour of the main hospital facility in Valley Stream to see our state-of-the-art surgical suites, dental suites, our intensive care unit, nurse’s treatment stations, radiology, ultrasonography and all of the patient wards.”

Central Veterinary Associates offers low cost spay and neutering programs, boarding facilities and other needed services for your pets.

“We encourage bi-annual visits to prevent illnesses. We promote a low-cost rabies vaccine. It is the law to protect our pets by getting them annual rabies shots,” said Fox.

“I believe that during these tough economic times people seek affordable as well as experienced professional care for their pets,” said Fox. “Most of our clients view their pets as family and we do the same. For this reason our practice continues to grow and add more services.”    

With the main office conveniently located in Valley Stream on Long Island, Central Veterinary Associates is certified by the American Animal Hospital Association and serves tens of thousands of clients and their pets annually. To make an appointment, call 718-224-4451 or visit www.centralvets.com for additional information and free pet advice.

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