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Anthony Loomis, DVM - Plainfield Animal Hospital

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2215 Park Ave, South Plainfield, NJ 07080

(973) 227-7789

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Plainfield Animal Hospital Your pet deserves the best! That's why at Plainfield Animal Hospital, we treat each pet as if it were our own. Plainfield Animal Hospital is a full-service veterinary hospital. We have cared for dogs, cats, and exotic pets in the Plainfields and surrounding Central New Jersey communities since 1952. Your pet receives high-quality veterinary care and benefits from our use of advanced veterinary medical equipment, surgical techniques, and specialty pet dental care. We exist to provide our clients with the highest quality veterinary medicine in a caring and professional environment. We emphasize service through a responsive, professional and communicative staff committed to providing quality care in an effective, courteous, expedient manner. Our services include routine and advanced treatment for a wide variety of animals. Along with dogs and cats, we have extensive expertise in other species, especially birds, ferrets, rabbits, reptiles and small mammals. Our entire staff will be sensitive to the needs of the client and will respond with the appropriate sense of urgency to fulfill each client's needs. Our doctors continually stay abreast of current trends in veterinary medicine and are continually improving the quality of the practice by offering new medical services. Each employee understands and is proud of his/her role at Plainfield Animal Hospital and show through their daily interactions with clients that they care. Plainfield Animal Hospital is proud to be accredited by the American Animal Hospital Association ( AAHA ). What does this mean for you and your pet? Simply put, AAHA-accreditation means your pet receives the absolute best in veterinary medical care. We not only meet the AAHA's rigorous standards for accreditation in areas such as customer service and medical care - we exceed them. Only a small percentage of veterinary hospitals in the country achieve this designation. AAHA-accreditation is another example of our commitment to your pet's health. Plainfield Animal Hospital 2215 Park Avenue, NJ 07080 908-755-2428
BBB Rating
A+
BBB Rating and Accreditation information may be delayed up to a week.
Hours
Regular Hours
Mon - Fri:
Sat - Sun:
Brands
wellness
Payment method
all major credit cards, amex, discover, master card, visa, cash, check, debit
Categories
Veterinary Clinics & Hospitals, Veterinarians, Veterinary Specialty Services
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W S.

07/23/2015

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Dr. Sachina Lyons is the best. We have a few pets with different illnesses and she was very informative about each one. She called for updates and will answer any questions you have.

willmannd

03/26/2012

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Very Desapointed

It was my dog's first 3 days stay at the PAH and it will be the LAST ONE. When I arrived to pick him up, I have to go to the back of the building myself to get him. In 3 days none of the staff members was able to create rapport with him. Sparks, my dog was all scared at one of the corners of his crate. The worse thing was I could see that he has not been taken out at all in 3 days and the crate was soiled with urine and poop all over. My dog stank horrible. I have to get him inside my car all wet on urine. Needless to say I bathed him as soon we got home. If they can not handle all type of dogs they should be doing that type of business. I am glad I did not allowed them to neuter Sparks as they were expecting me to do it. Terrible experience.

Scolardi

01/01/2012

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Dr. Daly is THE BEST

Dr. Kellie Daly is AMAZING. If you can get an appointment to see her or you happen to see her by chance you will be nothing but pleased. She is very down to Earth, friendly, compassionate and knowledgeable. She is one of those vets that is not looking to get your life savings out of you....she will actually get down on the floor with your pet to do the exam and she will talk to you in ""real"" terms that you can understand.

The receptionists at the front desk are always pleasant, helpful and knowledgeable.

Certainly, the prices may be a bit higher than other local vets, but you must consider the care that you are getting from the highly skilled veterinarians and technicians there. Your pet is getting high-quality care and up-to-date diagnostics. I would rather pay a little more to get great care of my animals than go somewhere else to have my animal mis-diagnosed or given poor treatment.

roseangel444

05/15/2011

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Dr.Boyce was very professional...

Dr.Boyce was very professional, compassionate and friendly. Rebecca & Robert also were compassionate & friendly during a difficult time. We had to have 2 of my beloved cats euthanized on 5/14 and received the very best care. My kitties were treated with love & respect & our grief was also respected. They both went peacefully & their ashes will be placed at the pet cemetery in PA. My heart is broken, i miss both of them terribly. K.C. Was with me since he was 1 yrs old and he is now 17 and Ms Fluffy Angel Merlyn had been with me since Nov 1999 the week before Thanksgiving , the Angels brought her to me. She came 10 days after our dog Merlyn was euthanized for tumors. Fkuffy was the same coloring & gender as Merlyn so that is why she was named after her..



I miss them both terribly but know they are at peace in Kittie heaven watching over us.

ishrainey

06/25/2008

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My ferret's visit on 6/24/08

It's not that easy finding a vet that not only accepts ferrets but also knows a thing or two about them. The first time I went to this place was last year in August (2007) and it was through Petco because my ferret got a cold.



The second time I went there was today and it was because my ferret had had trouble breathing. I was really nervous because not only did I not have a regular vet but this could have been a sign of something really bad... a "Red Flag Emergency." But then I remembered about the Plainfield Animal Hospital and my boyfriend and I drove down there right away.



The place was beautiful and clean and the employees were exceptionally nice. The veterinarian saw our ferret very soon after we came and thankfully told us that our ferret was perfectly healthy and he might have gotten an excess of dust in his system and that it just had to pass. He also told us about a vaccine that our ferret needed and gave it to him that same visit.



Overall, from that visit, we got some very good news, a wellness check, and a vaccine for sixty-six fifty ($66.50). I was very satisfied with the hospital and would recommend it to everyone; it's affordable, the service was great, the environment was clean and friendly, and everyone was nice. =)