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Celebrating our 20th Anniversary!
Located in the North Branch section of Branchburg, near Raritan Valley Community College. Dr. Derfuss opened Branchburg Animal Hospital in the spring of 1996. We strive to excel in offering the best veterinary hospital for your dogs and cats as well as provide a friendly, informative and supportive environment for their families. The Veterinarians, Technicians, Assistants and Client Care Coordinators are committed to providing all pets the very best of care.
Branchburg Animal Hospital is a full service hospital offering traditional as well as integrative veterinary care. Our hospital provides medical, surgical and dental services, as well as acupuncture, Chinese herbal therapies and Medi-Vet Stem Cell and PRP therapy. It is our doctors' goal to provide you and your pets with professional, compassionate care.
Our Mission Statement
Branchburg Animal Hospital believes in offering high quality veterinary care through a variety of traditional and complementary methods. Our goal is to provide you and your pets with an exceptional experience and build a relationship that will last a lifetime.
Check out the Useful Info tab for great resources for pet owners
-Groomers and Kennels
-Pet Food Companies
-Pet Insurance Companies
-Vetri-Science, Nutritional Supplements for Dogs, Cats & Horses.
-Feliway and Adaptil, great products to help calm pets down.
-Pet-Friendly smartphone apps
Your Pets . . . Our Family!
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or the past five years, the veterinarians at Branchburg Animal Hospital have taken great care of Stitch. I highly recommend this vet for your cat or dog.
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