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HEARTWORM IS A SNEAKY DISEASE:

Dogs are at risk for a host of disease transmitted by ticks, with Lyme disease ranking the most common type. A tick will attach onto a dog, bite in and release bacteria into the bloodstream, resulting in fever, lameness, joint swelling and enlarged lymph nodes. Unt...

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BACTERIA, BLOOMS & BUGS…OH MY!

FEEDING OFF FLEAS AND TICKS:
Fleas are hardy survivalists. Consider these flea fact: Flea egg drop out of the hair of a trespassing raccoon or opossum in your backyard and survive for eight weeks and then land on your dog. A female flea that lands on your dog can ...

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Testimonials

2 months ago
Hello everyone I want everyone to know that the Clifton Dog&Cat hospital is a very special place for me,because throughout my lifetime the doctor his wife and Sandy who is a lovely soul all of them have helped my animal's get well and with the love and dedication that they have always treated my pets is absolutely priceless. I cannot say enough wonderful things about this place,the doctor and his entire staff will give the right treatment and love to your animals/pets unconditionally take it from me,your furbabies will have great quality help with Clifton Dog&Cat hospital I have known them for over 10 years and I couldn't ask for better care for my pets.
- Johnny T
a year ago
I recommend this veterinary great person and explains everything with details
- jaime m
a month ago
I appreciate them taking care of Princesses as a walk in on a Saturday morning. The place is clean and the staff is friendly and care about animals. Definitely a trustworthy place.
- Jerssenia S

About us

Clifton Dog & Cat Hospital is the oldest animal hospital in Clifton and thriving despite many practices that have opened in Clifton and vicinity.   Dr. Ed Unay, the owner of the facility   delivers a topnotch comprehensive companion animal medical and surgical care services to clients since 1982 .  Perineal Urethrostomy to correct repeated, frequent urinary blockage by preventing urinary struvite crystals(stones) retention in cats and anal sac total ablation to correct frequent, repeated anal gland saculitis (infection) are among of the many major surgical interventions Dr.Unay performs.

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  • (973) 772-6686

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1315 Main Ave
Clifton, NJ 07011
United States

Business Hours

Mon:9:00 AM – 7:00 PM
Tue:9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Wed:Closed
Thu:9:00 AM – 7:00 PM
Fri:9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Sat:9:00 AM – 1:00 PM
Sun:Closed
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