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Red Bank Veterinary Hospital - Tinton Falls

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General Practice

Whether you adopt a new kitten or rescue a senior dog from a shelter, you want your companion to be healthy and happy. Red Bank Veterinary Hospital provides a complete program of medical care for pets including wellness and preventive care, internal medicine, diagnostics, surgery, and rehabilitation.

A general practitioner is your pet’s primary care veterinarian. These doctors take the time to customize a health care plan that matches your pet’s individual needs. They guide and support you in all medical decisions and serve as a liaison, should your pet need to be referred for specialty care from a board-certified veterinarian.

For your convenience, we are a 24-hour hospital, offering appointments seven days a week. Morning, afternoon, and evening hours are available for routine exams.

We also provide a 24-hour emergency service should your pet experience an illness or injury at any time of the day or night.

General medicine services offered through Red Bank Veterinary Hospital include:

  • Blood testing

  • Chronic illness care

  • Fecal testing

  • General dentistry

  • General dermatology

  • General surgery

  • Geriatric medicine

  • Laboratory

  • Pain management

  • Pediatric medicine

  • Pharmacy

  • Radiology

  • Spay/neuter

  • Vaccinations

  • Wellness center

Pet Health Certificates:

Your Red Bank Veterinary Hospitals veterinarians can perform an exam and issue a health certificate called a Certificate of Veterinary Inspection (CVI), to verify your pet is free from infectious diseases and current on all vaccinations. This health certificate is valid for 30 days from the date of signature.

If your pet is travelling across state lines, be aware of entry regulations for each state and request a CVI from your veterinarian along with signed copies. When using a commercial transport service, ground or air, USDA regulations require a health certificate issued within 10 days of shipment accompanying companion animals.