Just like humans, puppies are born without teeth then they go through multiple sets of teeth that grow in and fall out. Our Westfield vets talk about exactly how many sets of teeth dogs have, how to care for them and when you can expect them to fall out.
Welcome to Our Westfield Animal Hospital
Westfield Animal Hospital is a full-service pet hospital that offers friendly, high-quality medical services for cats, dogs, and exotic pets in Westfield and beyond.
We care the companion animals of Westfield and have established a reputation over the last 60 years for quality pet care with a warming and compassionate touch.
Our team of experienced Westfield vets loves their jobs and is proud to meet the high standards of veterinary excellence established by the American Animal Hospital Association!
To help protect and restore your pet's health we offer a wide range of elective and non-elective surgeries such as spay/neuter procedures, biopsies and exploratory, mass removal, dental, and more.
Routine Wellness Exams
By bringing your pet in for regular wellness exams, you are providing us with the opportunity to find and treat any arising conditions and diseases early when they are easier to treat. Protecting your pet's health and preventing any more discomfort and pain.
Protect Your Pet's Smile
Dental care is just as important for pet's as it is for people. Protect your pet's smile and overall health with routine dental exams and cleanings, we are also able to provide dental surgery and restorative care.
A Home Away From Home
Are you going on a trip? Have your pet stay with us! We offer overnight and medical boarding services for cats, dogs, and other exotic pets such as birds and rabbits. We can give your pet the love and care they require while you are away.
Quality, Integrity, Compassion & Service
Westfield Animal Hospital is a full-service animal clinic in Westfield that offers comprehensive veterinary services for cats, dogs, and exotic pets such as snakes, rabbits, ferrets, guinea pigs, and more. From regular checkups and vaccinations to boarding and surgery, we have everything your pet may need conveniently in one location.
With these wellness checkups, we are able to spot arising conditions early, when they are at their easiest to treat.
Protect your pet's health keep common diseases from arising with vaccines and parasite prevention.
Dental hygiene is key to your pet's health. We provide dental cleanings, surgery, and examinations.
We can board cats, dogs, and exotic companion animals. We offer daycare, overnight and medical boarding services.
At Westfield Animal Hospital, our vets are trained and qualified to provide your pets with high-quality surgery.
Our Westfield vets put the needs and long-term health of your pet first. So, they only recommend surgery when it is in the best interest of your pet, whether it's medical or emergency.
Some of the many surgeries we offer include spay/ neuter procedures, mass removal surgery, dental, biopsies and exploratory, and more. If your pet requires surgery or care beyond our team's capability we will refer you to a specialist.
What Clients Are Saying
Love Westfield Animal Hospital! They always treat my dog like family and we both look forward to our apppointments. Everyone we’ve seen from the front desk to the techs to the doctors are wonderful. Now with the new wellness plans offered it’s even easier to stay on track of all my pets needs! Highly recommend!
Address & Hours
Westfield Animal Hospital proudly serves patients in Westfield and surrounding towns including Cranford, Clark, Scotch-Plains, and Fanwood.
Tips & Advice From Our Westfield Vets
Are you looking for advice about parasite protection, information on common pet illnesses, or other pet care topics? Read our insightful blogs! Our Westfield vets can provide you with helpful tips and useful advice to help keep your pets healthy and happy.
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