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640 Sicklerville Road Sicklerville NJ 08081

Winslow Animal Hospital

640 Sicklerville Road Sicklerville NJ 08081

(856) 512-0946
3 Reviews

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At Winslow Animal Hospital, your pet is our number one priority. Our compassionate and caring staff members are here to make sure your cat or dog is as healthy as possible. We have an extended list of services to assist in keeping your beloved pet in his/her top physical health. The doctors and staff at Winslow Animal Hospital look forward to building a long healthy partnership. Entrust your cat or dog with our veterinarian for extended pet care services including pet vaccinations and flea prevention treatments when you bring them to our animal hospital. Serving the Williamstown, Blackwood, Turnersville, and Sicklerville, New Jersey, areas.Our Mission Statement: The doctors and staff of Winslow Animal Hospital will act as pet advocates by caring for your pets as if they were our own. We will strive to extend and enhance the quality and duration of their lives by delivering high quality and cutting edge medical, surgical, and dental services in a friendly and compassionate environment. It is of great importance that we show respect for our clients, our co-workers, and most of all, the pets to whom we provide care.
  • Mon: 8am-8pm
  • Tue: 8am-8pm
  • Wed: 8am-8pm
  • Thu: 8am-8pm
  • Fri: 8am-8pm
  • Sat: 8am-4pm
  • Sun: 10am-2pm
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Overall, based on 3 Reviews
Jean M at Insider Pages on 10/11/2012
We have been using Winslow Animal Hospital since 2003. We have a 15 year old Pom and a 9 year old Sheltie. They provide great professional care for our dogs. They provided excellent care during a surgical procedure of our...
Rach H at Insider Pages on 07/18/2012
I have been bringing my dog to Winslow for almost six years now. She has chronic ear issues and allergies along with anal gland issues. In addition, she eats various non-edible objects which have resulted in exploratory sur...
Jennifer G at Insider Pages on 04/13/2012
Last year my dog swallow a piece of a toy & it was stuck in his intestines. I knew he wasn't acting right & the vet we previously used & the one my parents had used when I was younger just told us he would be fine & let it pa...

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