NJ Dog and Cat Doctor

The Best in Animal Care

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We our proud to offer state-of-the-art veterinary services to the thousands of dogs and cats entrusted to our care by their owners.

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Dogs

Happiness is a healthy pup! To promote a long healthy life, we recommend regular comprehensive exams and preventative care for your best friend.

To help keep your best friend in the best shape, here are a few tips on dog care:
  • Don't overfeed. Help your dog maintain his/her ideal weight.
  • Regular Exercise. Good for you and your dog!
  • Up-to-date vaccinations. Consult with one of our expert vets.
  • Regular veterinary check-ups.
Stanley the Hospital Cat Reading the Newspaper

Cats

Though always particular, all cats can agree on a happy, healthy life. We recommend yearly comprehensive exams, and preventative care for your adult feline friends.

To help keep your feline with a spring in their step, here are a few tips on cat care:
  • Don't overfeed. Help your cat maintain a healthy weight.
  • Up-to-date vaccinations. Consult with one of our expert vets.
  • Regular veterinary check-ups.
Newborn Shepherd Puppies

Puppies

Who doesn't melt at the sight of a precious puppy or a freshly fuzzy kitten?


Kittens Napping

Kittens

As with babies, puppies and kittens need to see the doctor more frequently to make sure the little ones are healthy, growing properly, and receiving the necessary preventative care to set them up for a long healthy life.


Here are a few tips on puppy and kitten care:
  • Frequent veterinary check-ups (just like human babies).
  • Lots of exercise and stimulation. Tired puppies and kittens stay out of trouble!
  • Vaccinations (just like human babies). Consult with one of our expert vets.
  • Proper nutrition (and rest).

Black Labrador Resting in the Grass

Senior Dogs & Cats

As they enter their golden years, dogs and cats need more specialized care and a closer eye on their health. As disease can develop more rapidly in our senior friends, we recommend comprehensive examinations twice yearly. |