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  • 3 Ways to Keep Pets Cool in the Summer Heat Wave
    3 Ways to Keep Pets Cool in the Summer Heat Wave Dehydration, heat exhaustion and heat stroke are three of the most common summer pet emergencies. Because dogs only sweat through Read more
  • Keep Pet Vaccinations Up to Date at Central Animal Hospital
    Keep Pet Vaccinations Up to Date at Central Animal Hospital Few veterinary procedures are as critical as pet vaccinations. Without regular updates of these vaccines, your beloved pet faces a Read more
  • 4 Things to Consider Before Getting a Bird
    4 Things to Consider Before Getting a Bird If you plan to purchase a bird Read more
  • Central Animal Hospital Has Pet Safety Holiday Tips for You!
    Central Animal Hospital Has Pet Safety Holiday Tips for You! This December, be sure your holiday celebrations are safe for all members of your family – including you pets. Follow Read more
  • Pet Obesity Affects A Pet’s Health
    Central Animal Hospital in Scarsdale Advises On Pet Obesity Here at Central Animal Hospital in Scarsdale, we often see pet patients who are Read more
  • Common Skin Conditions in Pets
    Skin Issues Requiring Veterinary Care You might not be alarmed at your pet scratching himself or biting at a passing itch. However, if your pet does this all Read more
  • Help Your Pet Before It’s Too Late
    Signs of Heat Stroke in PetsWith record temperatures heating up Scarsdale and White Plains, the dog days of summer are definitely upon us here in all of Westchester County. At Read more
  • Protecting Against Fleas and Ticks
    Flea and Tick Season is Here: Is Your Pet Protected? Are you and your pet enjoying our warm, early springtime temperatures? While it's fun to spend time together Read more
  • Managing Home Pet Dental Care
    Veterinary Advice on Protecting Your Pet's Teeth Pets need clean, healthy teeth and gums just like people do, but your pet cannot take care of his or her Read more
  • Pet Proof Your Home
    Our Top Tips for Pet-Proofing Your Home One of the things that our newer pet owners have been asking us about frequently is pet-proofing the home. When you Read more
  • Signs of a Pet Emergency
    Despite your careful planning and vigilance, accidents happen and your pet may experience an emergency situation. Your pet may get access to a poisonous item or be injured in an Read more
  • Make Reservations for Your Pet's Vacation
    Pet Boarding at Central Animal Hospital One of the most worrisome decisions facing pet owners is finding a safe and comfortable place to board their pets when travel Read more
  • Benefits of Spaying and Neutering Your Pets
    If you have ever visited the dog pound or a pet rescue facility, you have personally experienced the vast numbers of abandoned pets that need a forever home. Many of Read more
  • Rabies Vaccinations: Required by Law
    Here at Central Animal Hospital in Scarsdale, every veterinary need of your pet is important to us, but one of the single most vital things that you can do to Read more
  • Pet Portals
    Sign up for Central Animal Hospital's Pet Portals At Central Animal Hospital in Scarsdale we pride ourselves on not only providing the best possible veterinary care, but also Read more
  • Scarsdale Veterinarian Shells Out Turtle Care Tips
    Pet turtles can fascinate families for many decades with proper care. Our Scarsdale veterinarians want to provide some basic turtle care tips, reminding pet owners throughout Westchester to thoroughly research Read more

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Tuesday:

8:00 am-7:00 pm

Wednesday:

8:00 am-7:00 pm

Thursday:

8:00 am-7:00 pm

Friday:

8:00 am-7:00 pm

Saturday:

8:00 am-3:00 pm

Sunday:

9:00 am-11:00 am

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  • "I’ve been taking my dogs to Central Animal Hospital for four years. Dr. Donatella Hecht is the best, but all of the doctors and staff are all very helpful!"
    Cris Tina
  • "We’ve been using Central Animal Hospital for years. The veterinarians and staff are exceptional and if you need to board your pet, you can feel confident your pet will be in a safe and caring place."
    Cindy Guttman B.