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Welcome to Animal Health Care of Marlboro – Your Veterinarian.

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Meet Our Veterinarians

Animal Health Care of Marlboro was started as a companion animal hospital on April 13, 1992. Through the combined experiences and efforts and a great deal of excitement of Dr. Steven Tepper, and Dr. Deborah Breitstein. Consequently, our goal was to provide comprehensive, high quality preventive medical, surgical, and dental care to our furry family members.

Amazing Pet Grooming!

Sadie' had a spa day with the groomer, this was a first for me and her as I always groomed my dogs because of the stories you hear about groomers in the pet stores. But this was in the doctors office so I felt very comfortable bringing her there. She walked out looking and smelling beautiful and she knew it too. Will definitely bring her again.

Sarah B.


When I walk in the door the receptionist greets my dogs by name and we are always welcomed with a smile. We know our dogs are in great hands when they're ill or just for check-ups. Thanks for being the best Animal Health Care of Marlboro!!!!

Karen Hawkins, Polo, Gucci, Mia and Dolce (the crew)

When I moved to the area, finding a great veterinarian was top of my list.  Animal Health Care of Marlboro was an easy choice and I'm so glad I found them.

Brenda Cummings


It's that time again...Yappy Howl-a-ween... don't forget to stop by ahc and pick up your pet's treats: dogs, cats and our other furry friends -tricks optional. ... See MoreSee Less

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Celebrating National Veterinary Tech Week—Couldn’t do it without our team of dedicated nurses/technicians/assistants: all care givers extraordinare:
...and wouldn’t want to!
Pooches gracias for all you do: you make a lot of tails wag and start a lot of motors purring-getting lots of licks ‘cause you know what makes those fur-babies tick 🐾🐾
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As we celebrate our very own veterinary technicians or nurses we would like to affirm the following National Veterinary Technician Week Proclamation:

Whereas, veterinary technicians are important members of the veterinary health care team, work in veterinary medicine throughout the nation, and are extremely important in the effort to provide quality animal health care to insure the humane treatment of all animals;

Whereas, there are over sixty accredited programs throughout the United States which provide intensive study of the skills and knowledge to work competently as a Veterinary Technician, including, anatomy, physiology, microbiology, clinical techniques, pharmacology, anesthesiology, surgical and medical nursing, radiology, and clinical pathology training;

Whereas, it is extremely important that each veterinary technician maintain certification, registration, or licensure through the successful completion of a national and or state examination, practice lifelong learning through continuing education and uphold high ethical standards;

Whereas, veterinary technicians will be joining their colleagues across the country to urge all to become aware of the important contribution of veterinary technicians to the health and well being of all animals; therefore be it
Resolved, the Executive Board of the National Association of Veterinary Technicians in America does hereby declare that beginning in 1994, the third week in October be designated National Veterinary Technician Week.
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