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392 Kings Highway
Woolwich Township
New Jersey 08085

856.467.0050 Main
856.467.8668 Veterinarians
856.832.3242 Administration
856.467.9549 Fax

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  • Announcing our new management team!

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    Saint Francis is pleased to announce its new management team! We’ve restructured with a focus on bringing in great talent from outside our hospital and our industry to infuse new best practices into our operation,….

  • Chronic renal failure in dogs

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    What do my dog’s kidneys do? The kidneys have many functions. They principally act to remove metabolic waste products from the blood stream, regulate the levels of certain essential nutrients such potassium and sodium, conserve….

  • Acute & chronic kidney failure in cats

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    Make an appointment today – financing options available Call 856.467.0050 Click here to make an appointment > What is acute renal failure? Acute renal failure (ARF) or acute kidney failure refers to the sudden failure of….

  • Knee surgery information for dogs

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    This article contains information on cruciate repair procedures and patella luxation. Make an appointment today – financing options available Call 856.467.0050 Click here to make an appointment > What is a luxating patella? The patella, or….

  • Hip Dysplasia & Total Hip Replacement in Dogs

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    This article has information on hip dysplasia and total hip replacement in dogs. Please scroll down for information on Hip Dysplasia. Make an appointment today – financing options available Call 856.467.0050 Click here to make an….

  • Diaphragmatic & Umbilical Hernias in Dogs

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    This article has information on two types of hernias: diaphragmatic and umbilical. Please scroll down for information on umbilical hernias. Make an appointment today – financing options available Call 856.467.0050 Click to request a consultation >….

  • Physical Rehabilitation for pets

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    What is rehabilitation medicine? Rehabilitation therapy involves the use of specific non-invasive treatments (massage, exercise, light, heat, cold, electricity, ultrasound, laser, magnetic therapy, hydrotherapy, etc.) to rehabilitate injured patients. The goal of rehabilitation is to….