- Belle Mead Animal Hospital
872 US Highway 206
Hillsborough, NJ 08844
Phone# (908) 874-4447
Fax# (908) 874-4144
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In late summer and early fall, we sometimes see an infection called Cuterebrosis in cats. It starts with a botfly, which is a genus of Cuterebra. Botflies lay eggs on blades of grass or in nests. Once the eggs hatch,
As veterinary professionals, it is part of our job to report any animal bite in a person / client at our practice to the local health department where the person resides because of the risk of rabies. The Somerset County
As we approach a year and a half into the pandemic, we want to thank all of our clients for their continued understanding as we all navigate this world together! We are writing this letter to update everyone on how
Is your dog tired or achy after a walk? Is your cat eating less than usual? These seemingly minor changes may indicate your pet has a tick-related disease, and you may not even realize it. Ticks are tricky. Even when you
The BMAH Pet Pain Clinic offers non-invasive Extracorporeal Shockwave Therapy (ESWT, or shockwave) for pets with certain conditions. Shockwave is a non-invasive treatment that uses pressure waves to treat various areas that are painful and stimulate a natural healing response.
Continuing with our series about guinea pig care, perhaps now you are a proud owner of one or more of these little cavies. Here are some things you should know about maintaining your guinea pig’s health and well-being: Always seek
Heart disease is the silent killer of cats. One in six cats can be born with and develop heart disease in their lifetime. There are no outward symptoms, but now there is a blood test called a proBNP test that
Studies have shown that cats are seen by veterinarians on average far less frequently than dogs. And why is this? There can be many reasons, but one reason important to note may be that cats are so good at hiding
Cooperative Care is wonderful for animals that are afraid of veterinary procedures by giving them the ability to indicate they are not comfortable and would like you to stop what you are doing. Cooperative Care involves training an animal