Coronavirus Accommodations

As we push forward with the latest news from Governor Murphy that we must continue to quarantine into June, our curbside service will continue for our clients as well!
Just a few reminders when you come to the hospital. To help us work as efficiently as we can..
Please STAY in your car and call us to let us know you are here! (856) 582 2127. Our phone lines have been very busy with changes to our routine. If you call and the line is busy, please wait and try again.
If you HAVE to walk your pet, please do so in the designated gated area next to the parking lot. All of our landscaping is new and trying to grow and we would love to see everything blooming soon!!
Wearing a mask is still a requirement in the state of NJ when you are outside of your home. For your safety and the safety of our staff, please make sure your mask is on when we come to your vehicle to gather your pet(s).

Sick/emergency visits: Call (854) 582 2127 and a technician will come to your car, ask the reason for your visit, take your cell phone number, credit card/check and bring your pet into the hospital (all cats MUST be in a carrier, dogs on a leash).  The doctor will examine your pet and call if he/she has questions. 

Picking up medication/food: We ask that you call and pay ahead. When you arrive, call us and we will bring your product to your car.

If you need to make arrangements to say goodbye to your beloved pet, call the office and we will make accommodations.

Dr. Trail and the staff appreciate your patience and understanding during this stressful time.  We will keep you updated if there are any changes in the way we must conduct business due to the coronavirus pandemic. The staff cannot wait to get back to normal and have you back in our new hospital!




Open 6 Days a Week 

Mon   9am 7:30pm
Tue   9am 7:30pm
Wed   9am 7:30pm
Thur   9am 7:30pm
Fri   9am 7:30pm
Sat   9am 5:30pm
Sun closed    


What They’re Barking About

“I hope that all of you realize the value that you bring to pet and animal owners. To be good in veterinary care is one thing but to sincerely care about each animal and their owners is priceless.  I cannot thank you enough.”