South Branch Veterinary Services provide “compassionate care for pets and their pals”.
These services include:
South Branch local vets have compassion for the less fortunate pets in local shelters. Many pets that may never have had proper health care or possibly never survived have been the lucky recipients of compassionate care from local veterinarians at South Branch and other philanthropic animal hospitals who participate in donating their time and compassion for pets in need. The vets at South Branch are participants in New Jersey’s Animal Population Control Fund program. South Branch provides special discounted veterinary services to clients who have adopted cats and dogs from approved shelters and encourages the community to adopt from shelters whenever possible.
South Branch’s local vets have developed its own programs to raise funds for local shelters and a Feral Cat donation fund. When you bring your pet to our local veterinarians with serious concerns, injuries, illness or procedures, they will have the benefit of onsite x-rays, lab testing, a full surgery room and a trademark compassionate care recovery room with warm beds and blankets, pain monitoring and constant vigilant professional care. The state of the art facilities, equipment, labs and fenced-in, pet-safe grounds are maintained and updated with every new technology and science that has been carefully tested, scrutinized and approved by the doctors on staff and their peers. South Branch veterinarian, Dr. Hunton is also trained and certified by the Chi Institute in small animal acupuncture.
The goal at South Branch Veterinary Services is compassionate, pain-free care for pets in need and for pets to maintain their best level of health. Call us today.