Central Veterinary Associates Joins Annual “Pets & Pals” Party by Offering Low-Cost Microchip Clinic
VALLEY STREAM, NY — Central Veterinary Associates — along with the Bayside Animal Clinic and the New York City Department of Parks and Recreation — is offering a low-cost microchip clinic at the annual “Pets & Pals Party” that will take place at Alley Pond Park. The park is located at 76th Avenue (off Springfield Boulevard) in Douglaston, Queens.
For a $25 donation, the veterinarians from Central Veterinary Associates and Bayside Animal Clinic will protect your pet with a Home Again microchip. For an additional $18, your pet will be registered onsite for life. All donations will go to benefit the Alley Pond Environmental Center (APEC), the New York City Veterinary Emergency Response Team (NYC VERT), and Bobbi and the Strays, a not-for-profit no-kill shelter based in Glendale, Queens.
In addition to the clinic, there will be raffle prizes, rides, games, arts and crafts, giveaways, animal demonstrations, pet adoptions, and more. Proceeds from the raffle sales will also go to benefit APEC, NYC VERT and Bobbi and the Strays. “Pets and Pals” is presented by Northeast Queens Park Administrators and made possible with funding from the Office of New York City Councilman Mark Weprin.
“We at Central Veterinary Associates are proud to work alongside these organizations that sponsor this community event,” said Dr. John Charos, President/CEO, Central Veterinary Associates. “We hope all pets and pet owners enjoy their time at this event, as it is a day to embrace our love for animals. We encourage all owners to take advantage of the microchip station. It is an essential tool to keep your pets safe.”
About Central Veterinary Associates
Central Veterinary Associates is a 24-hour, full-service hospital that provides optimal small animal medicine, including exotic medicine. The main hospital is located in Valley Stream, which provides 24-hour care at its state-of-the-art facility. Central Veterinary Associates also has other convenient locations in Mineola, Great Neck, Bayside, and Forest Hills. The hospital features intensive care units and intravenous infusion pumps and offers state-of-the-art radiology, endoscopy, ultrasonography, otoscopy and dentistry services. Central Veterinary Associates has over 110 staff members, including 13 veterinarians, as well as a board-certified radiologist, surgeon and internist available for consultation, a canine and feline general practice specialist and certified veterinary acupuncturist on staff. For more information, call 1 (888) 4CVA-PET (428-2738) or visit www.centralvets.com.