As part of its continued commitment to community service, Central Veterinary Associates (CVA) staff members hosted a low-cost microchip clinic during the Mineola Street Fair, presented by the Mineola Chamber of Commerce, on September 13.
Throughout the event, pet owners stopped by the CVA vendor table to ask the staff about their pet’s health and address any concerns regarding their pet. In addition to the Home Again microchipping services offered at a reduced cost, each visitor received a coupon for a free visit and rabies vaccination services at CVA, as well as pet-friendly giveaways.
Photo: Dr. Frank DeFeis, Chief Operating Officer of Central Veterinary Associates, poses with Kate, one of the office’s many four-legged patients, who stopped by with her owner Susan Mittman during the Mineola Street Fair on September 13.
Central Veterinary Associates’ hospital in Valley Stream is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week. For more information or to make an appointment, call (516) 825-3066 or visit www.centralvets.com.