Audubon Veterinary Associates
247 S White Horse Pike Ste 1, Audubon, NJ 08106
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Phone: (856) 448-4975
Phone: (856) 473-4489
Phone: (856) 473-4982
Phone: (856) 547-0120
Fax Number: (856) 547-0120
Fax: (856) 547-0120
TollFree: (888) 830-8844
The combination of factors that add up to a great practice are here. It's been over 25 years since my furry family became clients of Audubon Veterinary. Just before moving to South Jersey, I brought two of my dogs; they met Dr. Picone, who's been our veterinarian ever since. Multiple animals have long lives under his care. He brings veterinary proficiency, including superb surgical skills, amazing communication skills, and clearly leads the practice's expert and caring culture. Clients can expect convenient hours, prompt appointments, contemporary veterinary care and attentive, reliable support staff. The veterinary technicians and assistants are trained in their field and also show genuine interest in your pet. I recommend this practice - 5 paws isn't enough.
DR PICONE IS A WONDERFUL VETERINARIAN. HE HAS TREATED OUR FURBABIES FOR YEARS WITH EXPERTISE AND COMPASSION. FOR PETAL & TEDDYBEAR HE IS BOTH A GERONTOLOGIST AND A PEDIATRICAN
WE STARED TO AUDUBIN VETS & DR SIMMONS BECAUSE OWENS OFFICE HAD FLEAS AND MILLER & STERN WERE NOT FOND OF SMALL PETS, ONLY HORSES.
I WOULD ADVISE EVERYONE THAT AUDUBON VETS IS LIKE A MEMBER OF THE FAMILY.
06/14/2008Provided by Citysearch -
We started going here on a recommendation from a family member after getting a new puppy. While the service was adequate if the dog is healthy, our pup had repeated bouts of pneumonia and I do not feel that the vet or the staff addressed the situation properly. When we returned for a third time with the pup once again not doing well (lethargic, shivering, not eating at home), they said they found nothing on their exam. My partner took the dog home and called back when puppy then threw up. The staff said it was likely just car-sickness (which she'd never had on any other car ride). We took her to Penn Vet Hospital at that point for a second opinion and it turned out she had diffuse bilateral pneumonia. When they examined her the next day at the Penn vet hospital, she was found to have a cleft palate.
This is a hard thing to diagnose, I am not upset that it was missed by our vet. I AM disappointed though that we would bring the dog in, saying she was sick, and they would simply say she was fine and discharge her and on top of it tell us nothing was wrong again after she started throwing up. It seems that a thorough exam was not actually done, as she was breathing very poorly and had changes in her breath sounds the whole time. If you have a pretty healthy animal that needs only shots and a quick check up once in a while, this vet is probably fine. If anything more serious is happening, unfortunately, I don't feel confident that the one vet working there has enough time to spend on each individual animal. I am in the process of finding another vet because I no longer trust the judgment of the doctor at Audubon.