Veterinary Intensive Care

March 4th, 2015

If your pet should become injured or ill, you may need to seek emergency care. Some pets require a long term hospital stay or intensive care given the nature of the illness or injuries. If the condition warrants, your pet may be admitted to a veterinary intensive care unit (ICU). Veterinary ICUs are often staffed… read more »

Animal Cancer Specialists

March 4th, 2015

The CARES oncology and animal cancer service is run by Drs. Baez and Overley, oncology specialists certified by the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine (ACVIM). Drs. Baez and Overley provide the latest and highest quality of care, treatment, and support for patients who have been diagnosed with cancer. Both are members of the Veterinary… read more »

Leaner Pets Live Longer, Healthier Lives

September 12th, 2014

Did you know that by carefully monitoring your pet’s weight, you can help him live a longer and healthier life? Researchers recently found that overweight dogs exhibited more visible signs of aging, such as graying muzzles, impaired gait and reduced activity. Obese pets are more prone to certain health conditions including lameness, diabetes mellitus, and… read more »

Buster’s Story

September 3rd, 2014

We see a lot of great dogs in our rehab but some of them shine due to their can do attitude and their family’s commitment. Buster is one of those little guys. He was rescued by his family at 8 weeks. He traveled with a truck driver from a Missouri puppy mill to NJ. Mary… read more »

Cancer Treatment for Your Best Friend

January 12th, 2014

Cancer is one of the leading causes of illness in the pet population. Recent reports indicate that one in four dogs and one in three cats will develop cancer. With the rise in pets diagnosed with cancer, the need for veterinarians who specialize in treating these pets has increased. A board-certified veterinary oncologist is a… read more »

Rehabilitation: Helping Pets Recover from Illness and Injury

July 30th, 2013

Has your dog or cat ever been injured or suddenly become lame? Rehabilitation can benefit animals with many problems but I think one of the scariest conditions a pet owner faces is a neurological issue. Sudden paralysis or ataxic gait is a frightening site, especially if this happens without warning. Limping or leg weakness of… read more »

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