Animal Infirmary Of Hoboken

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Animal Infirmary is a full-service animal hospital providing a wide range of healthcare. Veterinary clinic.
Services – Preventive health maintenance, Surgery, radiographic evaluations, preventative dental care, geriatric care, professional grooming, diets, surgical consultants, ultrasound consultants, dogs, cats, birds, ferrets, guinea pigs, hamsters and snakes, vets, vet.
Website – www.michaeltuderdvm.com
Address – 600 Adams St, Hoboken, New Jersey ( NJ ) 07030
Telephone – (201) 216-5777

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35 Comments on "Animal Infirmary Of Hoboken"


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interested
5 years 12 days ago

We have used these doctors for both of our doctors for a total of 16 years. I have no complaints. I did, once, visit the vet on Washington St and walked away thinking they like cats.

I have also heard good things about the practice in Edgewater up by Trader Joe’s but have not been there myself.

Good luck with your new puppy.

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interested
5 years 12 days ago

Obviously I meant both of our dogs . Our doctors presumably make their own arrangements.
[quote comment=”196199″]We have used these doctors for both of our doctors for a total of 16 years. I have no complaints. I did, once, visit the vet on Washington St and walked away thinking they like cats.I have also heard good things about the practice in Edgewater up by Trader Joe’s but have not been there myself.Good luck with your new puppy.[/quote]

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bootlesswonder
5 years 13 days ago

I brought my cat here for a checkup and to get her shots. It was a great experience. I was concerned that without an appointment I would be waiting around a while. When I walked in there was a very upset man leaving because he had waited too long, so I prepared for the worst. I was in and out well within one hour easily. I barely had to wait in the waiting area…and it was a pretty busy day. The staff was wonderful and very helpful. Yes….the vets in Hoboken are pricey, but so is everything else in this town! It just comes with the territory. When I expressed concerns about price, the dr went over different options and estimated totals for each. Very happy with the whole experience. :)

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5 years 8 months ago

My Vet is in North Bergen, at Garden State Animal Hospital.

One key reason is that she owns French Bulldogs, and understands the breed better than the average vet, especially for surgery (the little guy is getting neutered this month).

I called this hospital during the week to get an estimate on neutering. They went over the costs with me on the phone and were very polite. I did some research and found that Friends Of Animals offer coupons to dog and cat owners to get their pets fixed. It covers the basic costs, but other things like medicine and blood work you would be responsible.

When I called back, and asked if they participated in the FoA program, they did and I asked for another estimate. Well, wouldn’t you know it. They tacked on a few things that “they forgot” with the first estimate and nickeled and dimed my costs so that the coupon really didn’t help much.

I was kind of put off by this and won’t be switching to a local hospital anytime soon. I agree with you LexiDee – i’d like to be able to walk to a local place. But that’s how they gouge the average resident who don’t have cars.

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LexiDee
5 years 8 months ago

Hobie – who did you wind up choosing? I am getting a puppy in January and am now wondering who I should go to as well. My boyfriend has a car so we COULD go outside of Hoboken, but I’d really like to stay withing walking distance if possible.

Member
5 years 8 months ago

My Vet is in North Bergen, at Garden State Animal Hospital.

One key reason is that she owns French Bulldogs, and understands the breed better than the average vet, especially for surgery (the little guy is getting neutered this month).

I called this hospital during the week to get an estimate on neutering. They went over the costs with me on the phone and were very polite. I did some research and found that Friends Of Animals offer coupons to dog and cat owners to get their pets fixed. It covers the basic costs, but other things like medicine and blood work you would be responsible.

When I called back, and asked if they participated in the FoA program, they did and I asked for another estimate. Well, wouldn’t you know it. They tacked on a few things that “they forgot” with the first estimate and nickeled and dimed my costs so that the coupon really didn’t help much.

I was kind of put off by this and won’t be switching to a local hospital anytime soon. I agree with you LexiDee – i’d like to be able to walk to a local place. But that’s how they gouge the average resident who don’t have cars.

Info on Garden State Animal Hospital here:
http://www.insiderpages.com/b/3718205513

In response to LexiDee who said:
Hobie – who did you wind up choosing? I am getting a puppy in January and am now wondering who I should go to as well. My boyfriend has a car so we COULD go outside of Hoboken, but I’d really like to stay withing walking distance if possible.

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6 years 2 months ago

I’ve taken my dog to Animal Infirmary, people were real nice, as you’ve read they dont do appts, but I was fortunate and didnt have a long line.

I now take my dog to Animal General in Edgewater, Dr. Onderdonk as well. Good people, fair prices, not open too late but they can work w/ you, easy enough to get an appt.

I’d highly reccomend against the vet on Wash, not just b/c its very expensive and they try and sell you on unnecessary tests and labwork, and the vets arent very helpful or willing to spend a few mins w/ you to answer some questions.

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plywood
5 years 8 months ago

My experience at Animal General was not an entirely positive one. They made one mistake which caused me to have to bring my dog in for follow-up visits numerous times, paying full freight for each visit, and yes, the dog had been a steady customer for many years. I also found them to be very on about suggestive selling “extra services”.
I have never had a problem like Furey describes at Animal Infirmary, that would turn me off too. But for the long haul day-in day-out care, I have found Animal Infirmary reasonable, and I don’t have to get in the car, which is particularly helpful in an emergency.
Somebody has to pay the other local vet’s Washington Street rent, personally, I’ll pass on that, but I have never found the care there lacking either.

In response to phishphan who said:
I’ve taken my dog to Animal Infirmary, people were real nice, as you’ve read they dont do appts, but I was fortunate and didnt have a long line.

I now take my dog to Animal General in Edgewater, Dr. Onderdonk as well. Good people, fair prices, not open too late but they can work w/ you, easy enough to get an appt.

I’d highly reccomend against the vet on Wash, not just b/c its very expensive and they try and sell you on unnecessary tests and labwork, and the vets arent very helpful or willing to spend a few mins w/ you to answer some questions.