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  City Englishtown, NJ
  Zip Code 07726
  Address 299 Rte 9 S
  Phone Number (732) 972-3201

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From wellness visits to emergency procedures, Animal Health Care of Marlboro is here for you and your pet. Animal Health Care of Marlboro started as a companion animal hospital on April 13, 1992. From the very beginning, it has been our goal to provide comprehensive veterinary care to your furry family members. With our dedicated doctors, staff, and the latest research and services, we bring more than 50 years of combined veterinary experience to each and every patient we see. This allows us to treat any health problem your pet might have and it also gives us the knowledge and insight to prevent many problems before they strike.


Our pets are family. They deserve the protections that allow them the freedom to interact with you, your other family members, and other pets. Vaccinations are an integral part of your pet's preventative healthcare routine. Our care team will carefully discuss a comprehensive plan for your pet's vaccinations specifically tailored to your family's lifestyle and your pet's unique needs. During your pet's annual wellness visit, we will discuss all the options available to help protect your pet, taking into account your lifestyle, environment and, travel, to make the best recommendation for your family.


Ultrasound is a non-invasive diagnostic technique that uses high-frequency sound waves to produce images of internal parts of the body. These images provide valuable insight and help us to diagnose and treat a variety of diseases and conditions. The uses often include visualizing pregnancy, identify changes in abdominal organs, and evaluate heart conditions. Our doctors are able to see the results of the ultrasound right away. Should images require further interpretation, we may send them to a board-certified veterinary radiologist for further evaluation, which may take a few hours or several days.


APHIS International Pet Travel Our veterinarians at Animal Health Care of Marlboro are some of the few veterinarians in New Jersey who can provide APHIS travel certificates. Contact us for details about traveling with your pet. When traveling internationally, please note that the preparation for certification can take months. When traveling with your pet(s), there may be animal health requirements specific for that destination. As soon as you know your travel details, please contact us to assist with the pet travel process.


Just as humans may need physical therapy for various conditions or following injuries, so might our canine and feline companions. Physical rehabilitation is helpful for pain management, maintaining and improving functions and mobility. Rehab promotes geriatric wellness for our senior pets, and aids in nutrition, weight loss, and athletic conditioning. What is laser therapy? Laser therapy, also known as cold laser, therapeutic laser or low-level laser, is most commonly used to reduce swelling caused by arthritis, reduce pain, and promote healing.


Skin problems can be very concerning and frustrating for pet owners. Having healthy skin and a fur coat is essential to your pet's overall well-being and comfort. Solving skin issues often takes logical, sequential steps to uncover the underlying causes. Our doctors are equipped at performing a variety of tests to determine why your pet is uncomfortable. These tests include an external parasite check (mites, fleas), skin cytology, looking for bacteria, fungal testing, allergy testing, or even punch biopsy procedures.


We routinely perform cardiac evaluations in breeds predisposed to genetic or inherited diseases of the heart, and monitor EKG (electrocardiogram) and blood pressure and measurements in all ages of patients that show signs of dysfunction or concern. If necessary, we can also refer you to a board-certified cardiologist for further evaluation. Most results are returned within 1-2 days by electronic transmission for treatment advice and/or monitoring intervals. There is a level of study and experience required to do this work.


At Animal Health Care of Marlboro, we are fully equipped to complete routine procedures such as spays & neuters, mass removals, wound repairs, and dental care. Our doctors have the experience and training needed for a successful outcome. If you do not plan on breeding your new pet, you should consider having him or her spayed or neutered. Not only does spaying/neutering prevent unexpected pregnancies, but it also can help prevent certain behavioral problems as well as some harmful cancers and diseases.