OUR MISSION STATEMENT
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.
Give your best friend the best of care. The Pet Wellness Report provides you and your veterinarian with a thorough and easy-to-understand report on your pet's health. The Pet Wellness Report works for pets of all ages to help reveal hidden health risks and allow for early intervention. The Pet Wellness Report was designed by veterinarians with you and your pet in mind. It can lead to better preventive care and avoid more complex and costly health probems in the future. www.PetWellnessReport.com
The Pet Wellness Report :
The Best Care for Your Best Friend
Bloomingdale Animal Hospital
138 Glenwild Avenue
Bloomingdale, NJ 07403
973-838-4141 Fax: 973-838-4148
Take Advantage of Our Vaccine Clinic
Every Wednesday Morning
Vaccines Are Half Price
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Is My Pet Getting Sick or Just Getting Older?
As our pets get older, we expect them to slow down as part of the aging process, but how much slowing down is too much? What signs should pet owners watch out for in their senior pets that may suggest there is more going on than simply normal aging?