Hours

Mon, Wed, Thurs: 8am-7:30pm
Tue: 8am - 5pm
Fri: 8am - 4pm
Sat: 8am-2pm
Sun: closed

emergencies

675 Branch Avenue
Little Silver, NJ 07739
(732) 842-8266

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Little Silver Animal Hospital began in 1970 as a “cats only” hospital and has expanded to a full-service small animal facility which cares for canines, exotics, and avians. In 2005 Little Silver Animal Hospital merged with Monmouth Animal Hospital and expanded their facilities into the building at 675 Branch Avenue.

 

Our vets are trained in acupuncture, cardiology, dentistry, dermatology, ophthalmology, radiology, surgery and ultrasound. LSAH has a strong support staff that is technically skilled in all aspects of veterinary specialty medicine.

 

Our compassionate staff is dedicated to providing a “home away from home”. We offer personalized care and invite you to choose your own doctor who you will see each time you come in. We provide a broad spectrum of diagnostic procedures through in-house testing and the use of external laboratories.

20/20 Investigative News Reports Dishonest Veterinarians With Dishonest Reporting


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National Pet Obesity Awareness Day


Millions of pets in the US are suffering from obesity, and it doesn’t look like it’s going to slow down anytime soon. The family pet just isn’t as active as they used to be, and the foods we feed them aren’t helping matters either- a typical 12.5lb house cat should only receive roughly 200 calories [...]

It’s World Rabies Day


Today is World Rabies Day. Why a day devoted to rabies you ask? Because rabies kills more than 55,000 people every year. In the United States, one to two people die annually, and there were more than 6,000 reported cases of animal rabies in the U.S. in 2012. It is a major public health concern [...]