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NO DOGS ALLOWED AT FELINE VETERINARY.....and, a new physical therapy business
Release Date: March 13, 2019

update crosswalk safety in Ardsley...should town ban puppy mills?

2 new businesses-welcome!

BARK FREE ZONE --FELINE VETERINARY MEDICAL CENTER  917 Saw Mill River Road, Ardsley  (250-0661)---- Jason Lyn, DVM, believes that cats shouldn't have to worry about barking dogs when they are in need of medical attention. He opened up a new clinic for cats only.  Cats will get stress free care. At this facility cats are treated like first class pets. They are not in the minority!  Jason Lyn and his dedicated team give cats wellness  exams,  and preventative measures such as vaccinations, pain management and surgery.  This is the only clinic in the area that serves only cats. It's a state of the art facility.  If you believe in equal rights for cats and dogs and have a cat, this place is for you!

 

ANOTHER NEW BUSINESS--IRONHEALTH PHYSICAL THERAPY is located at 15 Center St #1, Ardsley  (488-5763). Center Street is seconds away from DeCicco's in Ardsley. Iron Health offers rehabilitation and performance enhancement. Personal training, sports massage, cryotherapy, stretch sessions, compression therapy and hypervolt message. When I stopped by - I chatted with some patients (they have another location in Briarcliff) ---residents spoke very highly about the quality care they receive and the excellent and very dedicated staff therapists.

 

CROSSWALK SAFETY IN ARDSLEY--After the recent pedestrian accident in Ardsley (across from Starbucks) I sent a letter to the NYS Department of Transportation suggesting that they improve crosswalk safety at two locations: near Starbucks and across from Macy Park. I received the following response from the NYS DOT. Glad something will be done. It's a start.

 

SHOULD TOWN BAN PUPPY MILLS--DISCUSSION TONIGHT AT TOWN BOARD MEETING-  Animal rights advocates are urging the town to ban puppy mills. This will be a discussion at tonight's Town Board meeting -which starts at 7:30 PM. Similar legislation is being considered state wide . A link to an article about the state wide proposal is below

 

https://www.lohud.com/story/news/politics/albany/2019/03/11/puppy-mills-why-ny-try-again-ban-them/3128667002/

PAUL FEINER

 

 

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