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Sponsored: Save on In-home Vet Care: Nov. 26th is Roosevelt Island Night at Instavet

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Roosevelt Island InstaVet, Mariya Gugel, with Sundra her assistant.
Roosevelt Island InstaVet, Mariya Gugel, with Sundra her assistant.

First, we got our own, resident veterinarian, courtesy of InstaVet. Now, we also get a special night, November 26th, dedicated to Roosevelt Island's pets, and a deep discount for pet owners. Details...

It's no secret that quality vet care's a challenge for Roosevelt Island, now one of the most pet friendly neighborhoods in New York.

Access is difficult, and travel's stressful for cats, dogs and other small animals, not to mention owners struggling to get them into carriers and, often, onto public transportation that terrifies them.

InstaVet erases all that by inexpensively bringing vets to your home for routine care. Learn what to expect with a home visit

For Roosevelt Island, it's even easier. We get a day all our own, November 26th, to schedule a visit at a special $50 discount. Grab one of the limited available appointments now by clicking here. You'll also find chat, telephone and email support, if you need it.

There's just one Roosevelt Island but a lot of pets in need. Try an InstaVet home visit today.

Sponsored: Save on In-home Vet Care: Nov. 26th is Roosevelt Island Night at Instavet
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