Hoboken Animal Hospital

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Description –
Animal Hospital
Services – Medicine, surgery, dentistry, x-rays, ultrasound, endoscopy etc. on mostly dogs and cats. Also treats ferrets, rabbits, reptiles, birds etc. Grooming Salon, limited boarding
Website – www.hobokenvet.com
Address –
640 Washington St, Hoboken, New Jersey ( NJ ) 07030-4908
Telephone – (201) 963-3604, Fax – (201) 963-0041
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Kaiser Sosay
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Kaiser Sosay

deidre is golden,5 yrs ive been using her to groom my dog not one issue ever

mooshu
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mooshu

Been meaning to write this for a while now:

There’s a groomer/technician that works here by the name of Deidre. I think she’s absolutely fantastic and puts the most nervous pups at ease while clipping their nails, brushing, etc. And she’s been here a long time, I think. So just wanted to put her name out there. Her work space isn’t glamorous but she does a great job and the animals love her.

— Moosh

wiskeytango1
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wiskeytango1

mother goose aka dog walker..Is that the place you get your make over..your a dream 😕 [quote comment=”209427″]Been meaning to write this for a while now:There’s a groomer/technician that works here by the name of Deidre. I think she’s absolutely fantastic and puts the most nervous pups at ease while clipping their nails, brushing, etc. And she’s been here a long time, I think. So just wanted to put her name out there. Her work space isn’t glamorous but she does a great job and the animals love her.– Moosh[/quote]

pawzclawz
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pawzclawz

I have a cat. I bring my cat to The Animal Infirmary of Hoboken on Adams St. I’ve heard to many unfavorable stories about Hoboken Animal Hospital. I would never bring my animal there. I own a petsitting business. If I get a client that doesn’t have a vet. I refer them to Adams St. I did have to use Hoboken Animal Hospital last winter. A client’s dog had a medical emergency. H.A.H. was the vet they used. The dog had a heart problem. I ended up putting out about $600.00 of my own money. I wasn’t able to reach the dog’s owner. The dog had to be brought to a 24 hr.animal hospital in Manhattan. I had to authorize a procedure. That may or may not have saved the dog’s life. The procedure was successful. At least for a few months anyway.

elainetyger
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elainetyger

I’ve been taking my pets here since January of 1989 and am a satisfied customer. My one cat was born 5/15/89 to a litter in the house of one of their receptionists and she is still alive, despite heart problems, kidney problems, and a stroke, thanks to their advice and care. It is expensive, but I have never believed that they are trying to cheat me. I miss Dr. Zalis, who left Hoboken to open up in Union City, but still take my animals there, usually to see Dr. Onesias or Dr. Sprague. The vet techs Kevin, Karen, Ozzy, Matt, and another whose name I forget couldn’t love animals more. The groomers Robin (who also offers animals for adoption via the charity Companion Animal Placement) and Deirdre have been gentle and compassionate to my elderly rescued dogs despite the crazy little things not always being gentle and nice back. YMMV but I can only recommend them.

trueblue11
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trueblue11

I know a lot of people who stopped going there. It happens gradually and in the process of getting wise to shennanigans and listning to the little voice in your head telling you something is wrong, you’re out about a thousand dollars.

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