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Emergency / Critical Care

We understand how upsetting it is having a sick or injured pet and not being able to get help quickly. Our emergency services are here for you 7 days a week; 24 hours a day. Staff veterinarians along with technical support staff are on premises at all times working as a team with skill and compassion to respond to emergency calls during the hours your veterinarian is unavailable. We will stabilize your pet, perform any necessary diagnostic tests and continue treatment as needed. Your pet will be in the best possible hands so you can have peace of mind.

Although an appointment is not needed, we ask that you telephone the hospital to alert us to your emergency so that we can prepare properly for your pet’s arrival.

Cardiology

The Department of Cardiology at Oradell Animal Hospital was established in 2002 under the direction of Dr. Donald Schrope, Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine (Cardiology). The department focuses on the diagnosis and treatment of the cardiopulmonary system in dogs and cats. Our cardiology specialists have over 20 years of combined experience and look forward to providing you and your pet the best possible care. Our staff is capable of performing many types of diagnostic and therapeutic services.

Internal Medicine

The Department of Internal Medicine consists of four board certified internists and a specialized technical support staff.
Diagnostic services include:

Ultrasonography
Endoscopic examinations of the upper and lower gastrointestinal tract, the urinary tract and the nasal passages
Biopsies

Therapeutic services include:

Chemotherapy for selected tumors
Radioactive iodine treatment for cats with hyperthyroidism
Intravenous nutrition for animals too ill to eat
Treatments for Cushing’s disease
Treatments for Addison’s disease
Canine hypothyroidism
Diabetic Stabilization

Our internists integrate their care with neurology, oncology, cardiology, surgery, and the critical care unit to function as a team in order to provide the best possible medical and surgical care to all of our patients.

Neurology

There are numerous diseases of the brain, spinal cord and peripheral nerves which are seen in companion animals. Our hospital’s Neurology Service has the expertise to diagnose and treat a wide range of neurological diseases from seizure disorders, to spinal pain and weakness or paralysis, to tumors and inflammatory diseases such as encephalitis. Using MRI imaging, electrodiagnostic testing and specialized laboratory testing, our neurologists are able to customize a diagnostic and treatment program to treat a constellation of neurological diseases. A state of the art neurosurgery suite is available for surgical intervention by any of our neurologists. The Neurology Service is available six days a week for consultation, diagnostic testing and treatment including MRI imaging and neurosurgery.

Oncology

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 work tirelessly to help you through this difficult time.

Our focus is to provide you with an accurate diagnosis, apprise you of all the various treatment options, and ensure that all of your questions are answered. By working closely with the Surgery and Internal Medicine departments, we can determine the type and extent of the cancer in your individual pet so that a treatment plan that is best suited to your pet’s needs can be developed.

Surgery

The Department of surgical services was established over 40 years ago by Dr. Anthony Palminteri, founder of Oradell Animal Hospital and followed shortly thereafter by co-owner Dr. William Stockman. Drs. Palminteri and Stockman received specialized surgical training at the ASPCA’s Henry Bergh Memorial Hospital in New York City, and Dr. Palminteri was among the first group of veterinary surgeons to be certified by the American College of Veterinary Surgeons (ACVS) in 1968.

Today, Oradell Animal Hospital has three board certified surgeons on staff who maintain the highest surgical standards while performing the latest techniques in soft tissue and orthopedic surgery. Our state-of-the-art facility contains special surgical suites dedicated to general, orthopedic, and cardiovascular surgeries, laparoscopy and arthrosocopy.

Ophthalmology

Drs. Michael Brown and Brad Holmberg of Veterinary Ophthalmology Services, Inc. (VOS), are now providing ophthalmology clinical services at Oradell Animal Hospital.

Drs. Brown and Holmberg are Diplomates of the American College of Veterinary Ophthalmology and bring extensive experience and expertise in medical and surgical ophthalmology to Oradell Animal Hospital. Procedures offered by their services include but are not limited to indolent ulcer treatment (keratotomy/corneal adhesive/contact lens replacement), gonioscopy, slit-lamp examination of the anterior segment, indirect ophthalmoscopy, applanation tonometry and CERF exams. Surgical procedures will be performed at the Veterinary Referral Centre in Little Falls, NJ.

Drs. Brown and Holmberg will work closely with owners and referring veterinarians to provide timely updates on the status, diagnostic results and therapeutic options of referred patients. They will continue the high level of expertise and care that you expect from Oradell Animal Hospital.

Nutrition

Oradell Animal Hospital offers counseling in dietary selection and feeding practices for cats and dogs during various life stages such as growth, gestation and lactation. This includes “special considerations” of large breed puppies and senior pets.

We also offer consultation in dietary selection and feeding practices for cats and dogs with specific disease conditions in which nutritional intervention plays a role in disease management. Such diseases include:

Diabetes Mellitus
Renal (kidney) disease
Urolithiasis (kidney/bladder stones)
Gastrointestinal disease
Critical Care (utilization of feeding tubes and intravenous nutrition)
Dietary hypersensitivities
Osteoarthritis
Neoplasia (tumors and cancers)
Dental health
Multiple disease conditions

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