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Pet Boarding: Your Pet’s Vacation Choice

Apr 28

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Pet Boarding: Your Pet’s Vacation Choice
Animal Health Care of Marlboro provides pet boarding as a service to our clients new and old.  All pets boarding with us receive personal attention from our veterinary care team to help keep them happy and entertained while you’re away. Dogs are exercised three times per day and cats have their own roomy cages with a […]
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Veterinary Surgery and What Happens in the Operating Room

Apr 26

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Veterinary Surgery and What Happens in the Operating Room
  Our veterinary surgeons, Dr. Breitstein and Dr. Tepper work together to determine the least invasive and most effective procedures for your pets. Whether it’s a recommended spay or neuter, a lump or bump that needs to be removed, a tooth that needs repair or a full mouth cleaning dental procedure to oral surgery, to […]
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NJ Lyme Disease Update for Dogs and People

Mar 19

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NJ Lyme Disease Update for Dogs and People
  Lyme disease in dogs and people is an illness caused by bacteria that is carried by ticks. This infection can cause a variety of symptoms and if left untreated can be severe. Lyme disease is spread to people by the bite of an infected tick and is not spread from person to person. Symptoms […]
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Pet Microchips: Get Your Dog and Cat Microchipped

Mar 13

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Pet Microchips: Get Your Dog and Cat Microchipped
  We do for the peace of mind that it brings. You getting your dog or cat microchipped could make the difference between your pet being lost and found. While identification tags are helpful, not all pets are wearing collars and ties when they may wander off.  Microchipping your pet is a simple process that […]
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Geriatric Pets

Feb 14

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Geriatric Pets
We know that caring for a geriatric pet is often very difficult not only physically but emotionally. All too often senior dogs and cats are not being seen by their primary veterinarian (us) because you as the care givers simply don’t know that there are many simple options to help manage the signs of aging […]
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