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LIC Veterinary Center Opens

LIC Veterinary Center

Nov. 14, 2012 By Bill Parry

A new animal hospital opened on Vernon Blvd. at the end of last month—only to close days later when Hurricane Sandy struck.

The clinic—called the LIC Veterinary Center—is now back up and running.

The center is located at 48-18 Vernon Blvd. and is an extension of the East Side Animal Hospital in Manhattan.

The center treats dogs, cats, birds to exotic animals.

“Except for when we closed during the storm, we’ve been very busy.  We’re doing great,” said Marian Grigoras, the office manager.


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