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

  • 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

  • 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)

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Testimonials

  • We love Sea Girt Animal Hospital and wouldn’t trust our baby to anyone else!

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    • Cathleen Gresh

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.