Ph: (732) 449-9224
2129 Route 35
Sea Girt, New Jersey 08750

Hours:
M thru F 9:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Sat 9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Closed Sundays

Sea Girt Animal Hospital Pharmacy

Testimonials

  • My “furbabies” have been patients at the Sea Girt Animal Hospital for several years. My dogs are my children and yes, I am one of those fanatical rescue-dog people! I insist on nothing but the best for my boys. In short, Dr. Sabia and her staff have gone above and beyond to care for my dogs over the years. I have three rescue dogs and, one in particular, has many psychological and physical issues after having been abused as a puppy. The doctor, and her staff, make him (and me) feel so comfortable when treating him.

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    • Samantha Keown (& Buster, Monty & Mango)

  • Nellie, our Havanese, has been coming here for years.  The care has been outstanding and everyone who works at Sea girt Animal Hospital is always helpful and caring.

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    • Howard Flood

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Your First Visit

We want your pet’s first visit to Sea Girt Animal Hospital to be a pleasant, informative experience for you and a happy experience for your pet. You will be greeted warmly and taken care of efficiently by our professional, friendly receptionists and your pet will be cared for by our compassionate technicians and veterinarians in our calming atmosphere.

It is critical to have your new pet examined as soon as possible. A thorough exam can determine if your pet has any infectious, congenital or inherited diseases.

Important Facts for New Dog & Cat Owners

  • Puppies should receive Distemper-Hepatitis-Parainfluenza-Parvo-Leptospirosis vaccines at eight, 12 and 16 weeks.
  • Rabies should be given between three and six months of age.
  • A puppy’s first Rabies vaccine is good for one year, subsequent vaccines last three years.
  • "Lifestyle” vaccines include Bordatella, and are recommended if your dog frequently comes into contact with other dogs, such as in a boarding kennel, groomers, dog shows or dog parks.
  • Lyme vaccine is recommended if your dog will be exposed to ticks.
  • Puppies should begin heartworm preventative monthly at 3-4 months old, and should continue this medication monthly for its lifetime. A blood test for heartworm is required annually.
  • Kittens also receive Rhinotracheitis-Calici-Panleukopenia vaccines at eight, 12, and 16 weeks, and Rabies at 16 weeks. Your cat should be tested for feline Leukemia and Aids, and feline Leukemia Virus vaccines should be considered if your cat is exposed to other felines or goes outside.
  • We recommend spaying/neutering for dogs and cats at six months of age.
  • It’s a good idea to bring a stool sample at your pet’s first visit so that we can check for internal parasites. Yearly fecal exams are recommended, as well as monthly flea and tick prevention year-round.

To schedule an appointment with us, please download the form below and contact us either by clicking here or by calling (732) 449-9224.

Testimonials

  • I became a client of Dr Marilyn Weber's when she began her practice at Sea Girt Animal hospital. I was always impressed by her knowledge and compassion. She guided me through many crisis with my pets throughout the years and for that I will always be grateful. In addition to Dr Weber, there was her staff. The front line people who answered the phone, consoled you when the news is bad, were genuinely happy for you when the news was good. When Dr Weber stopped seeing patients that positive atmosphere never changed. (although we all missed seeing her, the pets included) The same warm smiles greeted us as we signed in and the new Doctors were all world class. As the latest transition occurred, it was done professionally and with the patients well-being in mind. I am confident that my pets are in the best hands at Sea Girt Animal Hospital.

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    • Joanne McKenna-Ballack

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    • Wall, NJ

Sea Girt Animal Hospital Pharmacy

Sea Girt Animal Hospital

Sea Girt Animal Hospital is a premier animal hospital conveniently located at 2129 Route 35 in Sea Girt, New Jersey.

We have five wards, five exam rooms, 13 outdoor runs, two offices, large surgery and x-ray facilities, in addition to several treatment rooms and a fenced yard. We provide specialized care to dogs and cats, as well as rabbits, ferrets, hamsters, guinea pigs, gerbils, and some reptiles for routine exams.