Veterinary Housecall Services of New Jersey

57 Phalanx Road
Lincroft, NJ 07738

(732)530-7390

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Veterinary Housecall Services

   of New Jersey

                           welcomes you to our website!

Quality veterinary care in the comfort of your pet's own home

Welcome to Veterinary Housecall Services of New Jersey!  We are a mobile veterinary practice providing comprehensive in-home health care services to companion animals in Red Bank and the surrounding areas.

We are proud practitioners of Fear-Free veterinary medicine! 

At Veterinary Housecall Services of New Jersey we are committed to providing quality veterinary care at every stage of your pet's life.  From routine preventive and wellness care to early detection and treatment of a wide range of medical conditions and diseases.  Veterinary Housecall Services of New Jersey has the expertise to provide the veterinary care your pet needs.

ASK US ABOUT ACUPUNCTURE!!!

Please browse our website to learn more about the mobile veterinary services we provide for companion animals in Red Bank and the surrounding areas.  Read information in our Pet Library, view videos and read testimonials.

Please call us today at (732) 530-7390 to schedule an appointment.

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