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  • Updated Curbside Protocol for North Regent Animal Clinic - effective July 8

    The following guidelines will apply:

    -Our clinic will be open for in-person visits on THURSDAYS ONLY starting 7/8/21.

    -Masks must be worn at ALL times.  We reserve the right to check temperatures and require proof of vaccination upon entry.

    -ONE client is allowed inside the exam room during the scheduled appointment.

    -All clients will be escorted in and out of the building.  Our waiting area will remain closed.  Please call the front desk upon arrival so we can plan your visit accordingly.

    -Please be prepared to arrive a few minutes early for all in-person appointments to avoid having to reschedule.  Late arrivals may not be able to be accommodated, as we run on a very tight schedule.

    -Our hospital restroom is NOT available for public use. Please plan accordingly.

    The following appointments will remain curbside:

    -Emergency appointments/urgent care visits.  These will be drop-off only.

    -Tech/nurse visits.

    -Medication and food pickup.

    -Surgery/procedure drop-offs.

    Appointments on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays will remain CURBSIDE at this time.  We are trying to navigate this new system so we can accommodate all of our patients.  

    If you have symptoms of COVID-19, please stay home and reschedule your appointment.

    We urge you to book any in-person appointments well in advance. Please note- we will be activating our 24-hour cancellation policy going forward for ALL in-person appointments. We ask that you cancel 24 hours in advance.  Any no shows or last-minute cancellations will be subject to a fee.

    As the state of this public health emergency changes from day to day, we will remain focused on keeping our staff and clients safe, healthy and informed.  Appointments are subject to change.

  • North Regent Animal Clinic’s Client Appreciation Day - July 9

    NRAC will be hosting our first ever appreciation day for our valued clients.

    Date:  Friday, July 9 

    Time:  12-5pm

    Address:  19 North Regent St., Port Chester, NY 10573

    Please stop by and cool off with FREE ice cream from Dominic’s Ice Cream Truck.

    Everyone is welcome.  We can’t wait to see you there!

  • Helpful Tips for the Holiday and Summer Season

    1. Fireworks & Thunderstorms

    Loud noises like fireworks are one of the top reasons pets go missing, so secure your pet in an escape-proof place and please remember to keep identification on your pets at all times this holiday weekend. Keep them away from firework events!!!

    2. Sun & Heat

    High summer temperatures and bright days can mean dehydration, overheating, and scorched paws. Know the signs of overheating (excessive panting, increased heart rate, and weakness) and bring your pup indoors or to a cool, shady place.  Remember if pavement is hot to the touch, it is too hot for your dogs to walk on!

    3. Toxic Chemicals

    Insecticides, citronella products, and glow sticks are toxic to pets. Keep your pet away from areas where chemicals have been sprayed and ensure dangerous products are out of reach.

    4. Parties & Barbecues

    If your pet is joining the party, make sure guests don’t feed your pet human food (especially grapes, onions, avocado, and chocolate) and ensure alcoholic drinks are kept out of your pet’s reach.

    5. Hot Cars

    Even with the windows open an inch, a car’s temperature can reach over 100° in 10 minutes on an 85° day. One quick errand can turn dangerous in minutes, so leave your pet safely at home. 

  • Important Info on Increased Cases of Lyme, Tick Diseases, and Heartworm

    We want to update our clients about the increase in Lyme disease, other tick diseases, and heartworm disease that we are seeing at our clinic. We recommend prevention for heartworm and tick disease YEAR-ROUND. We have sadly lost several dogs to Lyme recently, and even one is too many, as it can be prevented.

    Because of thiswe recommend a simple yearly blood test to test for these diseases going forward.

    We are also treating several dogs for heartworm currently and it is a lengthy and potentially dangerous process that can be avoided.

    We are always here for you and your pets and want them to remain healthy and happy. Please contact us with any questions at (914) 937-2200.

  • After Hours Emergency Contact Information

    For 24-Hour Emergency Care:  

    Veterinary Emergency Group - 193 Tarrytown Road, White Plains, NY 10607

    (914) 949-8779

    Cornell University Vet Specialists - 880 Canal Street, Stamford, CT 06902

    (203) 595-2777

    Guardian Veterinary Specialists - 4 Hardscrabble Heights, Brewster, NY 10509

    (914) 704-3400