Best of the best veterinarian in Middlesex County for the 8th year in a row!! Thank you for voting for us!
We’re on Instagram!! Follow us ….. “rt516vet” email your pet’s photos to be part of our Instagram fun! email@example.com
We now have a vaccine that offers pets the same protection you look for with only half the volume. The ULTRA portfolio is the first 0.5mL pet vaccine line (most other vaccines are 1.0mL -see picture) and was designed to offer a more comfortable vaccination experience for cats and dogs. Pet owners like you may take comfort in knowing that your furry friend is getting the protection he needs. To learn more about the ULTRA portfolio, please contact us today.
We are proud to announce, once again, that we have become re-accredited by AAHA - the American Animal Hospital Association!! They set the standards for excellence in veterinary care. We passed over 900 standards to become AAHA Accredited!! Our #1 priority is keeping your pets healthy because your pets deserve nothing less!!
If you are one of our clients, we've made it easier for you to stay in touch with us. You can manage your appointments or receive information on our specials and promotions or refer family and friends or let us know how we can serve you better. We are now a click away with our new online community. All we need is your email address and/or cell phone number. Email this information to firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll make sure you are connected with our hospital 24/7!!
Despite being a very common and seasonal household flower, lilies can be quite dangerous to cats. These flowers are known to cause acute Kidney disease in cats. All parts of the Lilly are considered toxic, including the pollen. Most of the toxins are found in the flower but even drinking the water in the vase can cause clinical signs in cats. With spring and the holidays upon us, please take care in making sure any holiday or floral arrangements do not contain lilies.
we are pleased to announce early morning appointments starting at 8am on Mondays through Fridays we are also offering home visits including end of life care at home. Call our hospital for more information. Watch our website in the next couple of weeks for updates on new services being offered!
Don’t you wish your pet could talk? Then he would be able to tell you when he’s not feeling well or where it hurts. Instead you learn to pick up on signs of illness in your pet. You also rely on your veterinarian to tell you exactly what’s going on with your pet’s health.
We offer FREE Physical Exams for all newly adopted pets from Local Shelters or non-profit Rescue Groups. For your first visit you will be entitled to a complimentary physical exam to ensure you have adopted a healthy new member into your family. This visit must take place within 3 weeks of adopting your new pet.
We have been participating in the NJ State Spay & Neuter Program since 1994!! If you adopted a Dog or Cat from a Qualifying Shelter or Rescue in NJ, you could be eligible for this $20 State Program! Check with the Shelter or Rescue or call us for details!
Our online store is open!! You can purchase:
dog and cat food, heartworm medication, flea and tick preventatives and so much more! It is convenient, easy to navigate and user friendly! Everything shipped right to your home!
Are you taking your pet on vacation with you this summer? Here are some tips to remember when traveling with your pet.
If you refer a new client and their pet to us that has never been here before and they mention your name, you and your friend will receive a $10 coupon in the mail To be used at your next office visit! The more people you refer, the more coupons you’ll receive! Make sure your friends give us your name!!
When picking out treats for your dogs, there are some important facts you should consider first.
Where is it made? Always look for treats that are made in the USA to ensure high production standards and safety. Imported treats have created many problems in the past due to contamination and safety. Look for the MADE IN THE USA label.
Here are some tips for protecting you and your pets during tick season. Ticks can transmit diseases like lyme disease, ehrlihcia, anaplasmosis and rocky mountain spotted fever. Some of these can affect both pets and humans! One female tick can lay approximately 5,000 eggs!
During these tough economic times we have a fast & easy solution to help with your vet bills. No Interest and Extended payment plans are available. At our hospital, we offer 18 months of no interest and no finance charges if the bill is over $200.You can apply quickly, easily and get instant approval and more information at www.carecredit.com.
Send us your pet’s pictures and we’ll put them on our website in our Photo Gallery! Email the pictures in jpg format to email@example.com Make sure you include your name and your pet’s name.