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Large Veterinarian Group to Open Court Square Location

44-16 23rd St. (Photo: JRT Realty Group)

Dec. 31, 2018 By Christian Murray

A large veterinarian group is opening a practice in Court Square.

InstaVet, which is affiliated with clinics throughout the metro area, will be moving into a 4,250 square foot space at 44-16 23rd Street—a two story building between 44th Avenue and 44th Road.

The real estate firm JRT Realty Group, which brokered the deal, put out a press release today announcing the lease signing. The announcement didn’t contain details as to a likely opening date.

InstaVet, according to the release, plans to be open 24 hours a day offering emergency veterinary services, including walk-in urgent care, diagnostics, advanced surgery, and specialty care in collaboration with local veterinarians in Long Island City and Astoria.

In-clinic visits start at $79, with house visits starting at $129, according to InstaVet’s website.

For more information about InstaVet, click here.

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Hi Donna, I agree with your comments 100%. My positive experience with InstaVet’s calm & caring end of life vet and services helped make an excruciatingly painful time for me & my elderly final cancer stage stricken Wheaten Terrier bearable & humane.


InstVet is a wonderful group. They were there for at recent difficult times when I had to euthanize one of my dogs and have my other taken away after he died at home. The vets and the crematorium associate were so kind and considerate at these difficult times. I’d highly recommend their services.


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