WELCOME TO ALL PETS VET HOSPITALDr. Morsy Alsamadisi and the professional veterinarian team at All Pets has been serving the following communities in New Jersey since 1998: Branchburg, Bridgewater, Flemington, Hillsborough, Somerville, Raritan and Readington.
At All Pets Vet Hospital we exercise compassion and understand the special bond between owner and four legged companion. It is our ultimate intention to provide the highest quality of veterinary care, such as Well Pet, Dental Care, and Senior Care . Our friendly and caring staff is devoted to ensuring the health of any patient, using state of the art technology including Ultrasound, Echocardiogram, Laser Surgery, ECG, Video Endoscopy, Video Otoscopy, and Laparoscopy. We strive for quality care for every patient that walks through our doors.
All Pets Vet Hospital is a 9500 square foot facility. We have 5 exam rooms, 2 surgical suites, and intensive care unit, complete lab capabilities and a fully equipped treatment area.
In addition to vet services, we have a large boarding facility with indoor and outdoor runs and separate cat condos. All Pets Grooming Salon is on the premises as well. Our award-winning groomers are accomplished at all breeds, and your pet will leave looking and smelling great.
All Pets Vet Hospital welcomes you and your pets. Visit our virtual tour or call and make an appointment for an onsite tour.
Dealing With The Loss of A Pet
"Therefore to this dog will I, tenderly not scornfully, render praise and favor: with my hand upon his head, is my benediction said, therefore and forever." -Elizabeth Barrett Browning, To Flush, My Dog
What a wonderful responsibility we take . . . .
When You've Found A New Pet
You've decided that you have the time, space, and financial resources you need to become a pet parent. The perfect pair of eyes met yours at the animal shelter, breeder, or pet store, and you've found your furry soul mate. He gets his physical exam, vaccinations, and I.D. . . . .
As we all know, cats are very clean animals. So clean that they lick their fur and bodies to rid themselves of dirt and loose hair. When a cat grooms hair passes through the gastrointestinal tract and exits in the cat's feces. However, this hair can get lodged in the stomach . . . .
Hours of Operation