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

  • I have been coming to Sea Girt Animal Hospital for the past seven years. First was with our Westie Angus, now it is with our new puppy, a Havanese named Theo. It has been a trying year for our family; we recently lost our beloved dog Angus after a lengthy illness. Everyone at Sea Girt Animal Hospital has been so wonderful throughout this whole process.

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    • Jacqueline Garcia

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    • Wall, NJ

  • Our family had the unfortunate task of putting our beloved dog to sleep. We had Brandy for 13 ½ years from when she was able to leave her mother. The entire staff of Sea Girt Animal Hospital made the situation as gentle, compassionate and sensitive as possible. We have had this experience in the past with another long loved family dog and it was a very cold, clinical experience. We travel between northern NJ and the shore area a lot and have needed a vet on occasion at the shore and I thank God that I found this veterinarian group.

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    • Nancy Hagemann

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    • Avon, NJ

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We know that your pet is very important to you. A companion, a friend, and in a real sense a member of your family. In order to reduce the number of animals ending up in shelters or being euthanized, we recommend all cats and dogs be neutered.

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Wednesday, 03 July 2013 20:15

Health Warning: Prevent Heat Stroke in Pets

Pets and parents alike look forward to spending the long, sunny days of summer outdoors, but being overeager in hot weather can spell danger, warn ASPCA experts.

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An allergy is a state of over-reactivity or hypersensitivity of the immune system to a particular substance called an allergen. Most allergens are proteins.

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Friday, 13 September 2013 00:00

Indoor Cats in As Much Risk as Outdoor Cats

Sea Girt Animal Hospital is concerned about your indoor cats. Did you know your indoor cat is just as likely to develop serious medication conditions as are outdoor cats?

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More than likely you visit the doctor and/or dentist at least once a year. Are you doing the same for your pet? Because cats and dogs age quicker than us, taking them to the veterinary hospital once a year is like you going once in five to seven years!

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Thursday, 07 November 2013 00:00

Understanding Arthritis in Dogs and Cats

Arthritis is a common degenerative condition that affects one or more joints in dogs and cats. Contrary to popular belief the problem is not limited to older animals. Young dogs and cats that have a history of hip dysplasia, ruptured cruciate ligament or joint trauma can be affected by this condition. Large breed dogs are affected more often than small breed dogs. Obese dogs and cats are more likely to show signs due to the extra strain on the ligaments and joints.

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Americans love cats. They are the most commonly owned house pet in the United States. Of the estimated 96 million pet felines in the country, less than half of them make an annual visit to the veterinarian, and about half of these pet felines spend at least some of their lives outdoors. Recently, I have seen several outdoor cats come in for illness and injury, and none of them have been up to date on their vaccines. This troubles me greatly, mostly because I know that I am only seeing the tip of the iceberg.

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Heartworm disease is a deadly illness that effects beloved dogs and cats every day. Knowing the facts about the disease can arm you to protect your dog and cat from this treatable condition. So let's dive right in. Here are 8 facts about heartworm disease every dog and car owner should know.

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With the summer weather, comes a wealth of opportunities to participate in outdoor activities for dogs and our other beloved pets. And we sure do love when the great weather permits us - pet owner and pet alike - to enjoy that outdoor fun. But with the summer season also comes some unwelcome guests, such as pesky blood-sucking and disease-infested parasites like fleas and ticks.

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Testimonials

  • SGAH is one of the best animal hospitals  in the state of New Jersey. Wag On Inn Rescue Group has many of its animals cared for by this well- known institution. The loving, kind staff, as well as excellent and up to date care given to the dogs and cats can not be topped. Wag On Inn Rescue Group recommends Sea Girt Animal Hospital highly and without reservations.

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    • Wag On Inn Rescue Group

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.