Welcome to The Animal Clinic of Bayonne

The Animal Clinic of Bayonne has been caring for your pets for over 25 years!

The Animal Clinic of Bayonne is committed to providing quality health care throughout the life of your pet. Our caring and professional veterinary services are designed to address all health issues such as preventative care, diagnostic medicine, and specialty or routine surgical procedures.

The specialized operations of this clinic focus on finding medical and surgical solutions to the most difficult and complex health problems, which is why diagnostic challenges are our main interest.

There is a heartfelt understanding that your pet is an important member of your family, and our goal is to treat them as we would treat our own by providing a commitment to providing your pets with the care and attention they deserve. Our entire staff embraces a compassionate and empathetic position, while providing each pet owner with personal attention to all concerns by providing genuine, personal attention.

The Animal Clinic of Bayonne Blog

Below are some of our newest blog entries - check out our blog section for even more!

Chicken Jerky Treats Associated with Illness in Dogs
February 19th, 2012

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has issued a cautionary warning to pet owners regarding concerns that imported chicken jerky products may be associated with illness in dogs. The chicken jerky products in question include those sold as chicken tenders, chicken strips or treats.


Can the Bulldog be saved?
January 10th, 2012

If you currently own an English Bulldog or plan on purchasing/adopting any type of Bulldog breed we'd like you to check out this story that was featured on The New York Times website.


Canine influenza - an emerging threat to all dogs
December 29th, 2011

Canine influenza virus (CIV) causes a respiratory infection in dogs that is often referred to as canine influenza. CIV is a relatively new virus, so almost all dogs are susceptible to infection when they are newly exposed because they have not built up natural immunity. Most dogs that develop CIV infection have a mild illness, but some dogs get very sick and require treatment.