Our mission at Bloomingdale Animal Hospital is to provide the highest quality, comprehensive and compassionate medical care to pets, while supporting our clients with sensitivity and understanding.

As a member of the American Animal Hospital Association, our practice is part of an organized group of progressive veterinarians who voluntarily comply with high standards for the operation of an animal hospital.  The object of this voluntary organization is to provide your pet with the best techniques of modern medicine and surgery - including equipment, practice methods and management.  Every member hospital is routinely inspected and evaluated in order to maintain its membership. 
Our practice is open to all household pets including dogs, cats, ferrets, rabbits, rodents, birds and reptiles.

Everyone connected with Bloomingdale Animal Hospital, from our receptionists to our technicians and staff of accredited veterinarians, is genuinely fond of animals.  In addition to being professionals, we are gentle men and women.  With our skill and dedication, your pet will be secure and will receive the best and most comprehensive veterinary care available today.
Hours of Operation:
Monday - Thursday
8:30 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.
Friday 8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.
8:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Emergency On-Call Service
Monday - Thursday
until 5:00 p.m.
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Bloomingdale Animal Hospital
138 Glenwild Avenue
Bloomingdale, NJ  07403

973-838-4141  Fax: 973-838-4148
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These little parasites are persistent, for one thing. In fact, according to scientists, fleas have been around for millions and millions of years. And for a long time, flea control was a difficult challenge. Until recently, the products that were available had issues around safety, efficacy and convenience. For years, our pets were bugged by the itchiness, irritation and more serious problems caused by these pests without any real answer in sight.

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The most important thing an owner can do to protect a pet against fleas is prevent them, says Dr. Michael Dryden, professor of veterinary parasitology at Kansas State University and one of the leading experts on fleas. “By the time an owner notices fleas, it is essentially too late for the animal. The flea life cycle is already occurring, and infestation and disease are already there.” To understand why this is true, it’s important to understand a little bit about fleas and their life cycle.  continue reading
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