Central Veterinary Associates’ own Dr. John Charos appeared on News 12, WABC, WNBC, WCBS, and WPIX to discuss the plight of Midnight, a Hurricane Sandy rescue who was just released from a six-month quarantine for possible rabies.
Found by a Good Samaritan, Dr. Charos and CVA donated space at our practice to house Midnight during the quarantine, as the only other option would’ve been to euthanize him. Guardians of Rescue then transported Midnight to Save-A-Pet Animal Rescue and Adoption Center, Inc. where he is now happy, healthy, and available for adoption!
» ABC: Dog found during Superstorm Sandy released from ‘Doggie Jail’
» FiOS1: Dog Injured In Hurricane Sandy Needs Owner
» News 12: Dog found hurt during Sandy up for adoption at Save-a-Pet in Port Jefferson
» PIX 11: Dog rescued during Sandy is ready for a new home
» 1010 WINS: Dog Rescued In Superstorm Sandy Available For Adoption
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