(Ferret Vets in New Jersey – I’m always happy to add sites which have been recommended by other ferret owners so if you have a good ferret vet who is not listed here, please let me know and I’ll put the details on this page … I reckon it’s great to have a list of vets we know are good so that if our ferrets ever get sick, we’ll feel comfortable in the knowledge that our pets will get the best treatment possible from a vet who knows what he’s doing!)
Marlboro Village Veterinary Hospital
Alpha Veterinary Care (Nicole Lewis, DVM)
Atlantic Highlands Animal Hospital (Dr Amy M Lesniak)
Animal Hospital of Sussex County (Pamela J Schott, DVM)
Animal Clinic of Bayonne (Philip F Frezzo DVM) (Listed on the Metro Ferret website)
Advanced Care Small and Exotic Veterinary Hospital
Brick Town Veterinary Hospital (Teresa Conway, DVM)
Paws ‘N Claws Veterinary Clinic (Sharon Johnson, DVM)
Cedar Grove Animal Hospital (Dr Jean T Wilson, Jr)
Animal and Bird Health Care Center & Hospital (Dr David Kupersmith)
Valley Animal Hospital *Select veterinarians only. Call for more information.
Rothman Animal Hospital (Drs Monique Garcia & Frieda Opielski)
Denville Animal Hospital (P Cheenepalli DVM, MS)
East Brunswick Animal Hospital (Laurie Farragher, DVM)
East Windsor Animal Hospital (Ajaz Rashid, DVM)
Franklin Lakes Animal Hospital
Hackettstown Animal Hospital (Dr Alex Cojocar)
Belle Mead Animal Hospital (Joe Martins, DVM) (Listed on the Metro Ferret website)
Hopewell Veterinary Group (Mark Sherwood VMD ) (Listed on the Metro Ferret website)
New Prospect Veterinary Hospital
Animal Clinic & Hospital of Jersey City (Lawrence Buchholz, DVM)
Boulevard Veterinary Clinic (David Fuerst, DVM) (Listed on the Metro Ferret website)
Ocean County Veterinary Hospital (Dr Briggs)
Little Falls Animal Hospital (Dr Neal Beeber)
Livingston Animal Hospital (Kara Schubert, BVMS, MRCVS)
VCA Maple Shade Animal Hospital
Marlboro Village Veterinary Hospital
County Line Veterinary Hospital
Ridgewood Veterinary Hospital – Midland Park (Bronwyn Purcell, DVM)
Animal Clinic of Millville *Select veterinarians only. Call for more information.
Hodes Veterinary Group (Steven B Hodes, DVM)
Monroe Animal Hospital (Steven E Hornstein, DVM) (Listed on the Metro Ferret website)
Animal Clinic of Morris Plains (Paul Sedlacek, DVM, Joseph Powell, VMD, Tracy Robinson, DVM & Sarah Marpet, BVM&S, MRCVS) (Listed on the Metro Ferret website)
Community Animal Hospital (Deborah Adelsohn, DVM)
Murray Hill Veterinary Associates (Douglas Heacock, VMD)
Dog, Cat and Bird Clinic of Nutley (Christopher F Stancel, DV
Oradell Animal Hospital Inc (Frank C. Boren, DVM; Lori Siracuse-Parker, VMD (Exotics); June Hacker-Traiger, VMD (Exotics))
Companion Animal Hospital & Avian/Exotic Clinic (Todd Wolf, DVM, ABVP) (on the AFA & Metro Ferret websites)
animERge (Dr Brett Newton)
Ridgefield Park Animal Hospital (Listed on the Metro Ferret website)
Ridgewood Veterinary Hospital – Ridgewood (Bronwyn Purcell, DVM)
Rutherford Animal Hospital (Neal Beeber, DVM) (Listed on the Metro Ferret website)
All Creatures Veterinary Care Center (Michael Weiss, DVM) (Listed on the Metro Ferret website)
Somers Point Veterinary Hospital (Dr Regina DeLorenzo)
Red Bank Veterinary Hospital – Avian & Exotics Department (Sophie Emmanuelle (Emi) Knafo, DVM, Diplomate ACZM; Brynn V McCleery, DVM, Diplomate ABVP (Avian Practice); Julianne McCready, DVM)
Calling All Creatures Veterinary Hospital
Toms River Animal Hospital (Drs Albert Fernandez & Richard Levine)
TLC Pet Doctor *Select services only. Call for more information.
Edinburg Animal Hospital (Dr Jennifer Fanders)
Westfield Animal Hospital (Anthony Loomis, DVM)
Whitehouse Veterinary Hospital (Dr Karan Oberhansley & her son, Dr Obrerhansley) Highly recommended by a ferret owner
(Last updated April 2018)
DISCLAIMER: The vets listed have either been recommended, or have advised me personally that they are happy to treat ferrets, or have mentioned that they treat ferrets, exotic pets &/or pocket pets on their website. However I have no firsthand knowledge of how experienced any of the vets are with ferrets.
It is up to you to make sure that you are happy with the treatment your ferret is getting from your vet. If you have any doubts at all, please think about getting a second opinion so that you know that your pet is getting the best possible treatment available.
While I have made every effort to ensure that the information contained on my page is free from error, I don’t warrant the accuracy, adequacy or completeness of this information.
6 thoughts on “Ferret Vets in New Jersey”
Please add Franklin Lakes Animal Hospital to your list of vets in New Jersey
Thanks so much, Alexis! I’ve added them to the NJ page 😀
I live in union county but am willing to drive anywhere in Nj for the best ferret expert out there. Is there anyone that you recommend who truly knows ferrets? It’s been a struggle to find someone I trust with my ferrets. Thanks in advance.
I’ve just updated the page and added more vets to the list.
I would imagine that those sites with the name “exotic” in them would have ferret knowledgeable vets. I’ve also listed the vets which are on the Metro Ferrets’ website, and the following vet is also a member of the American Ferret Association so I would imagine he’d be a good vet to take your ferrets to!
I would like to let you know of an excellent veterinary hospital that cares for ferrets. The owner has been in business for 35 years, and her son has joined the practice. They are great with ferrets and very compassionate!! Whitehouse Veterinary Hospital, located on , Main Street (also known as Route 523), Whitehouse Station, N.J.
Thank you SO MUCH for letting me know about the Whitehouse Vet Hospital! I’ve added their details to my NJ vets page and said that they were highly recommended by a ferret owner ? I think it makes such a difference to know the vet is good with ferrets rather than just seeing they treat ferrets on their website!
Stay well and stay healthy, and hugs to your ferret/s from their new buddies down under ??