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We offer an unparalleled level of comprehensive care in many important specialties: 24/7 emergency medicine; critical care; internal medicine; neurology; cardiology; medical and radiation oncology; surgery; physical therapy; dentistry; dermatology; avian and exotics; acupuncture; and pet behavior. Our facility is equipped with advanced technology. We are the only veterinary facility in the...
Call (914) 265-9829 to talk to us now!We offer an unparalleled level of comprehensive care in many important specialties: 24/7 emergency medicine; critical care; internal medicine; neurology; cardiology; medical and radiation oncology; surgery; physical therapy; dentistry; dermatology; avian and exotics; acupuncture; and pet behavior. Our facility is equipped with advanced technology. We are...
We wouldn't go back to ASC if you paid us. Very cold, factory type of operation, they let their employees do the heavy lifting, and that causes problems. I'd like to know how many pets have died there because of their way of doing business?
These people are the worst vets I've ever seen! They're too busy writing up their bills for thousands of dollars, as your beloved pet is left alone to die! The worst day of our lives were spent there as they turned a routine test into a death sentence for our beloved pet. If your vet refers you to these losers, tell he/she they don't know what they're talking about and demand a different referral. If they refuse, go get a new vet, Your pet's life may depend on it!!! I'd give 5 negative stars if I could.
I have no idea what you are all talking about. ASC is the best of the best. Their neurologists are top notch, as well as the other supporting doctors, vet technicians, ICU staff, and reception staff. They do not sugar coat it. I have had both a successful and not successful treatment of a pet.
The first dog, we and they, tried everything to save her. She had a brain tumor, but it was so advanced that she still passed away. But, had she not been misdiagnosed by Red Bank Animal Hospital in Red Bank, NJ, she might have survived with quick intervention of ASC.
Our second dog is still being treated by ASC. He is one of the successful Cyberknife candidates. His tumor is in remission.
I do not have any problems with billing, nor doctors returning calls. I have no idea what you all are talking about.
We travel about an hour to get to ASC from NJ. I wish they were closer, but it really doesn't matter, since they do have the best of the best working for them. If you have any problems and you address it with one of the founders and practicing vets, Dr. Richard Joseph or Dr. Jason Berg, they do take it seriously and get to the bottom of it.
I wonder why you are so disgusted with these doctors and this hospital. I know you can't please everyone all the time.
I have pet insurance and over 80% of my bills are reimbursable.
And, I'm no shill for ASC, as I have had both a positive and negative result of treatment options they use. But, I never blamed them for my first dogs demise.
I'm sorry to report that our dog passed away on November 15, 2010. We found out recently, after my dog got sick, that the tumor was completely gone. He developed something that ASC really didn't know. They think he developed a post-radiation inflammatory/immune response at the base of the brain, no where near the site of the tumor. They tried everything to cure/save him, but he expired in their care. We were there when he left us. He developed these complications in May 2010, but was gone by November 2010.
We are not sure if there was another tumor, in a different location, or just a post-cyberknife reaction. They did NOT recommend cyberknife again, as they felt they were attacking it from all avenues. Would I do it again? Definitely. I think the cyberknife is still too new a procedure, for pets, where all the risks/complications aren't documented enough
The staff and doctors are exceptional there and very compassionate. His primary neurologist, Dr. Berg, couldn't even call us after he passed away. He was so upset. Our dog was a one of a kind. I did go to see the emergency vet, Dr. Wagner, weeks later. She is so nice. She told me to call or email or stop by any time. I like them all so much. I still have to go back and see Dr. Berg. I recommend them to anyone.
We also did holistic treatments and the doctors at ASC will not take all the credit for getting rid of the tumor They give partial credit to our wonderful holistic vet. (Edited February 16, 2011)
We got ripped off and then after treatment no phone calls or emails returned. The post op issues left for us to return to our vetrinarian locally for answers. The only thing they care about is money not animals. They prescribe medicines you don't need, if you walk out with a pet still breathing its a miracle and then trust us, you will never hear from them again- Cruel staff, uncaring doctors, shadey place, read the reviews all over internet from other pet owners , terrible place
Dr. Jeanne Budgin, dermatology specialist at ASC, made the last several years of my cat Olive's life the best she ever had. Olive suffered from chronic skin allergies that a series of vets had been unable to diagnose and that caused her aggravated itching, discomfort, and fur loss across her face. Dr. Budgin began a very thorough course of diagnosis and treatment for Olive that included lab work, dietary testing, interim steroid medications, a customized allergy serum, and finally the gradual introduction of a life-saving drug, Atopica. After Dr. Budgin's careful adjustment of dosage, Olive...
My sweet Cody was screaming in pain when we took him to Dr. Joseph at ASC. The MRI showed he needed immediate surgery. From his first moments at ASC to his release, Cody's care was exceptional. The front desk staff, technicians, aides, interns, residents, they all were professional, caring and sympathetic. I even received a text photo of Cody after surgery to soothe my rattled nerves. Dr. Joseph is lauded for his diagnostic capabilities and surgical skills. He must also be recognized for a compassionate bedside manner that is too often missing in veterinarians. I cannot say enough about how...
Jocelyn Patterson Veterinary Specialist Vmd, University of Pennsylvania Certifications:American College of Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care Departments: Emergency/Critical Care Dr. Jocelyn Patterson is a board certified specialist in veterinary emergency and critical care. She is head of the Emergency/Critical Care Department at Animal Specialty Center. Dr. Patterson obtained...
Zoe Quirk Associate Veterinarian DVM, Iowa State University Departments: Internal Medicine Dr. Zoe Quirk is a specialty intern in the Internal Medicine department at Animal Specialty Center. Prior to joining Animal Specialty Center, she completed a general rotating small animal internship at VCA Animal Referral and Emergency Center of Arizona in Mesa, AZ. Dr. Quirk received her Bac...
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