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Central Veterinary Associates
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 Great Neck, Bayside, Forest Hills, Far Rockaway and Belle Harbor. 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 100 staff members, including 14 veterinarians, as well as a board-certified radiologist and surgeon. For more information, call 1 (888) 4CVA-PET (428-2738) or visit www.centralvets.com.

 

As one of the oldest continuous veterinary practices in the region, we pride ourselves in providing outstanding veterinary medicine coupled with compassion and caring for your companion and exotic animals.

Central Veterinary Associates President and CEO Dr. Steven B. Fox announces retirement


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Central Veterinary Associates (CVA) has announced that Dr. Steven B. Fox has retired from his position as president and CEO. Fox has been with the practice for more than 30 years. “It has been my honor to serve my staff and community,” Fox said. “I can share with you that this has not been an […]

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Tips on Keeping Your Pet Safe This Winter


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As the winter season approaches, the temperature begins to drop. It is this time of year that animals can become vulnerable to the weather. Central Veterinary Associates is offering pet owners tips on how to keep your pets safe and healthy this winter:   ● Keep your cat inside. If cats are left unattended outdoors, […]

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Protect Your Dog Against the Canine Flu


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In response to a canine influenza outbreak at a local pet boarding facility, Central Veterinary Associates urges all pet owners to have their pets vaccinated against the canine flu, if they have not already done so, prior to having their pets boarded. In the event their pet becomes ill as the result of the virus, […]

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Central Veterinary Associates Offers Safety Tips for Pets during Thanksgiving Season


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With Thanksgiving just around the corner, pet owners should take precautions and special care of their pets during this special occasion. Central Veterinary Associates offers these tips to keep pets healthy and safe this Thanksgiving:   ● Never Give Pets Undercooked Food — Undercooked turkey or any pastry batter can be very dangerous to pets. […]

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Are you paying attention to your pet or your cell phone?


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I was driving to work the other day and on the corner was a nice looking lady walking her two cute malteses.   While coming to a stop, I watched as the two malteses ran off the curb and into the street while the nice looking lady stared in the opposite direction talking on her cel […]

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