Oradell Animal Hospital Offers Three Full-Service Veterinary Clinics
At Oradell Animal Hospital, we believe that your pet is a part of the family, yours and ours. That is why we have made it our mission to provide comprehensive and compassionate veterinary care that is in the best interests of you and your furriest family member. If you are in the Paramus, Hasbrouck Heights, or Fort Lee area and are looking for a caring veterinary team to help make sure your pet remains in good health, we are nearby and ready to help.
Veterinary Services For Dogs
Dog Veterinarians Who Really Care
At Oradell Animal Hospital, our approach to canine veterinary medicine revolves around a comprehensive, competent, and compassionate care program, aimed at ensuring the highest quality of life for your dog.
Animals are known to be masters of disguise. You may not know your pet is experiencing pain until a trip to your veterinarian. While animals are unable to verbally communicate how they feel on a human level, there are specific behaviors that tend to indicate pain and help us assess it.
Radioactive Iodine, I-131, is a safe and effective, minimally invasive option to treat cats with hyperthyroidism. Following one subcutaneous injection of I-131, over 98% of affected cats are cured of the disease. If needed, a second injection can be given.
Your Pet Can Be A Lifesaver For Someone Else’s Pet
Most pet parents are unaware that the need for blood donations is just as important in veterinary medicine as it is in human medicine. Each year, thousands of animals’ lives are saved by blood transfusions.
Oradell Animal Hospital’s pharmacy is available to dispense medications and prescription diets for patients that have been seen within a 12 month period. Please note we cannot dispense prescription products without a chart, exam and an authorized prescription from a veterinarian.
Unfortunately for our pets, some illnesses are elusive and complex in nature, and are not easily detected through routine testing. Even with a confirmed diagnosis, the biologic behavior of certain disease processes just makes them difficult to treat.
Animals suffer from many of the same eye diseases that affect us humans. Ocular disease can be a result of injury, systemic health, breed, or genetics. Advances in both human and veterinary medicine have increased the ability to both diagnose and treat many of these diseases.
At Oradell Animal Hospital your pet’s health and well-being is our number one concern. Our veterinarians will take special care of your companions from birth through their senior years, handling all routine treatments and wellness care.
It is upsetting to suspect or learn that your pet has cancer. The Oncology Service at Oradell Animal Hospital is here to support you. We understand your concerns and will support and guide you, your family and your pet you through this difficult time.
The surgery department at Oradell Animal Hospital is a cut above the rest. Over the last 60 years our mission has always remained the same: provide cutting edge veterinary care while maintaining the highest level of surgical, anesthetic and patient care standards.
The nutritional needs of each pet varies greatly depending on age and clinical status. For puppies and kittens, the nutrient and caloric needs are greater because they are rapidly growing and burn a lot of energy. But as pets age their nutritional needs may change.
The Cardiology Department at Oradell Animal Hospital is committed to offering the most progressive and comprehensive care for your pet utilizing the most sophisticated equipment and the latest interventional procedures. Our board-certified cardiologist is experienced i
Rehabilitative services are provided by our dedicated, specially trained team of rehabilitation technicians and is overseen by Dr. June Hacker-Traiger, DVM, Certified Canine Rehabilitation Practitioner.
Mammals, birds, reptiles, and amphibians have their own anatomy and physiology, and treating them requires knowledge of this diversity. We are here to guide you in providing proper dental care, environment, and nutrition for your pet.
As a pet parent, there are fewer things more frightening than seeing your companion suffer an acute neurologic episode. In these circumstances, time is of the essence and getting the right help quickly could dramatially change the prognosis of your pet.
Acupuncture is an ancient technique of placing needles into special points called acupoints in order to affect the flow of qi (pronounced “chee”). Traditional Chinese Medicine describes qi as energy in the body. Qi flows along channels or meridians similar