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  • Cold Weather Warning. Are Your Pets Staying Warm Enough?
    Are Your Pets Staying Warm Enough? When temperatures drop, people bundle up and protect themselves from the elements. Your pet doesn't have that option. It is up to you, their owners, Read more
  • Dangers of Unhealthy Treats
    Careful Choice of Treats Can Help Safeguard Your Pet's Health Pet owners try to ensure that their pets get the nutrition they need, but sometimes, the issue of treats undoes all Read more
  • Vaccines
    Vaccinations Like people, pets are susceptible to infectious disease. Vaccinations act as a defense against these diseases to protect your pet’s health. At the Animal Hospital of Sullivan County in Ferndale, Read more
  • Veterinary Allergy Treatment For Dogs
    Veterinary Allergy Treatment For Your Dogs If your pet is suffering from allergies, it's time to see how Animal Hospital of Sullivan County can help. With the latest allergy treatment available, Read more
  • Ultrasound for Pets
    Ultrasound for Pets At Animal Hospital of Sullivan County, serving Ferndale, Monticello, Liberty, and surrounding areas, we offer high-quality veterinary services to dogs and cats. We understand that pets can get Read more
  • Summer Pet Safety Tips
    Summer Pet Safety Ah, summertime! The warm weather is inviting and encourages us to spend time outside, often with our pets by our heels. However, there are outdoor hazards to be Read more
  • Car Pet Safety From Our Veterinarian
    Car Pet Safety Buckle pup! A dog or cat should always be tethered or crated while traveling in a moving vehicle. That's the advice to pet owners who live in New Jersey Read more
  • What Does Your Pet Need For Boarding?
    Being away from your pet for long durations of the day, can make your pet feel anxious without you being there. Here at Animal Hospital of Sullivan County in Ferndale, Read more
  • How To Treat And Prevent Lyme Disease In Your Pets
    How To Treat And Prevent Lyme Disease In Your Pets At the Animal Hospital of Sullivan County, we see many cases during the spring and summer months of Lyme disease in Read more
  • Why You Should Purchase Your Flea and Tick Medication from Our Veterinarians
    Flea and Tick Medication Flea and tick medication is imperative to keep your pet safe, healthy, and happy. While many sources sell flea and tick medication, it is a best practice Read more
  • Why Your Pets Need Regular Physical Exams
    Why Your Pets Need Regular Physical Exams Here at the Animal Hospital of Sullivan County, we know how important your pets are to you. That's why our veterinary team encourages Ferndale Read more
  • Why Pet Vaccinations Should Be Done with Your Veterinarian
    Why Pet Vaccinations Should Be Done with Your Veterinarian The health and longevity of your pet is important to the staff at the  Animal Hospital of Sullivan County in Ferndale. From Read more
  • The Warrior Companion Foundation
    The Warrior Companion Foundation The Warrior Companion Foundation is based in Austin, Texas and is a non-profit organization that provides health care insurance for service animals of wounded American veterans. This Read more
  • Why Proper Pet Dental Care is Vital to Pets’ Health
    Why Proper Pet Dental Care is Vital to Pets’ Health At Animal Hospital of Sullivan County in Ferndale, our veterinarian offers a wide range of services for dogs and cats alike. Read more
  • The Importance of Yearly Pet Physical Exams
    Yearly Veterinarian Exams Are a Vital Part of Responsible Pet Stewardship At The Animal Hospital of Sullivan County we want your pets to live long and vibrant lives, so we stress Read more
  • Why Regular Exams Are Beneficial to Senior Animals
    Your Senior Pet and Veterinary Needs As your pet gets older, it is important to keep up to date on all veterinary exams. At the Animal Hospital of Sullivan County, we Read more
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