Although it's name may sound harmless, bloat is a life-threatening emergency for dogs. The condition, formally called gastric dilation-volvulus (GDV), can quickly kill dogs if they don't receive p ...View Article
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Our Kennel Assistants - Our health care team is made complete with our caring kennel assistants. They assist our veterinarians and licensed veterinary technicians during examination, treatment, and general care of our patients - your pets. They are also responsible for maintenance of the hospital, bathing and feeding the hospitalized and boarded pets, and cleaning their cages. And, they are happy to assist clients bring their pets to and from their car and to carry pet food.
Eduardo Avila joined Central Animal Hospital in 2013, as he enjoys working with animals and has an interest in the field of medicine. He is currently enrolled at Westchester Community College. Ed plays soccer and loves to travel; he's a cheerful addition to our health care team.
Joe Brunetto, an animal lover since as long as he can remember, joined Central Animal Hospital after working as a kennel assistant at an animal shelter in Armonk. Joe cares for a Puggle and two German Shepherds at home and has plans to take courses to earn his veterinary technology degree.
Kimberly Garcia Aguilar joined Central Animal Hospital following 9 months working as a veterinary assistant. She is currently taking class at Westchester Community College for cyber security. Her goal is to become a licensed veterinary technician or a veterinarian. Kimberly cares for 3 dogs, 1 cat, 1 fish, and 7 reptiles at home!
Jonathan Moran has been at Central Animal Hospital since 2011. His favorite pets are Shepherds, Pit Bull terriers, Rottweilers, and other large breed dogs. At home, Jon presently cares for 1 cat and 2 dogs.
William Rivera joined us in 2004, after attending Bronx Community College and Lehman College. He enjoys all aspects of caring for pets and assisting the veterinary technicians and the veterinarians. William and his wife, Caralyn, one of our receptionists, care for Radio, Harry, and Subaru, 3 cats.