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  • 5 Signs It May Be Time to See a Veterinary Dermatologist
    When pets suffer from skin problems, it can make their lives miserable and as well as yours. You can save your pet a lot of discomfort and pain by taking Read more
  • Laser Therapy
    The Benefits of Laser Therapy There are many rehabilitative techniques that can be used to help your pet recover from surgery or an injury. Laser therapy, although established over 40 years Read more
  • How Does Hydrotherapy Work For Dogs?
    Hydrotherapy For Dogs Part of the treatment process for specific injuries and for pet surgery recovery is hydrotherapy. This type of rehabilitation involves an underwater treadmill that reduces pressure on the Read more
  • The Benefits of Laser Surgery
    The Benefits of Laser Surgery With Your Clifton Veterinarian Cats, dogs, and other animals are sometimes in need of surgical procedures to resolve a health problem or enhance their well-being and Read more
  • How to Prepare for My Pet's Surgery
    How to Prepare for My Pet's Surgery in Clifton Pet owners may find the experience of taking their pet in for surgery to be stressful. Making proper preparations can help make Read more
  • Signs Your Pet May Need Veterinary Surgery
    Signs Your Pet May Need Veterinary Surgery Your veterinarian in Clifton NJ performs a variety of pet surgeries every week, from routine soft tissue surgeries like extractions and repairs, spaying and Read more
  • Should I be Concerned About my Pet's Oral Surgery?
    Should I be Concerned About my Pet's Oral Surgery? Does Your Pet Need Oral Surgery Ongoing advances in pet dental care has made veterinary oral surgery one of the safest procedures your Read more
  • At Home Care Tips to Maintain Your Pet's Dental Health
    At Home Care Tips to Maintain Your Pet's Dental Health​ Your pet's oral health may be the most important preventative care regimen you can follow. At Valley Animal Hospital in Clifton, Read more
  • Heartworm Prevention
    Your Clifton, NJ Vet Provides Heartworm Prevention Products A serious, potentially fatal parasitical infection targeting the heart and lungs of dogs, cats, and many other animals, heartworm is transmitted by mosquitos Read more
  • Why Spaying and Neutering Your Pet is Important
    Why Spaying and Neutering Your Pet in New Jersey is Important​ Spaying and neutering are among the most common medical procedures performed on new puppies and kittens. At Valley Animal Hospital Read more
  • Overweight Pets: Consequences and Tips for Getting your Pet Healthy
    Overweight Pets: Tips for Getting Your Pet Healthy by Your Veterinarian in Clifton Pet obesity can lead to a variety of illnesses, chronic conditions, and health problems. From diabetes to heart Read more
  • Summertime Flea and Tick Prevention
    Summertime Flea and Tick Prevention From Your Clifton Veterinarian In New Jersey, the summer months are peak flea and tick season. These parasites lie in wait in grass and bushes, waiting Read more
  • Does my Pet Need Physical Therapy?
    Understanding Physical Therapy For Pets Physical therapy for pets is much like physical therapy for people. It can include a series of actions, such as exercise, therapeutic stretches, massage, joint mobilization, Read more
  • Senior Pet Care Tips: Diet and Weight Loss
    Senior Pet Care From Your Clifton, NJ Veterinarian Better nutrition and veterinary care have allowed pets to live longer than they ever have before in history. However, at a certain point, Read more
  • Essex County Rabies Warning: Keep Your Pet up to Date on Vaccinations!
    Pet Vaccinations From Our Clifton Veterinarians At Valley Animal Hospital, our Clifton veterinarians want you to realize just how important keeping your pet up-to-date on vaccinations can be. If you're not Read more

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  • "Great care of my cat! All the staff were wonderful to deal with and you can tell they really care and love what they do! Thanks for taking care of us!"
    -anonymous
  • "Dr. Henderson is a caring Vet. We love him.
    We do not, however, love the prices Vets charge. It is more for a pet visit than a human being. I don't know how people with more than one animal afford pet care."
    georgef, Glen Ridge