Calling All Creatures Veterinary Hospital

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39.9522 -74.19
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732-341-2292

246 Washington St

Toms River, NJ

08753

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Mon 09:00 AM-05:00 PM;Tue 09:00 AM-05:00 PM;Wed 09:00 AM-05:00 PM;Thu 09:00 AM-05:00 PM;Fri 09:00 AM-05:00 PM

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I love Calling All Creatures. I have a young puppy that no one else who nueter (due to a siezure condition he can not fast), however they did it, and wonderfully at that!! The vet reassured me that there is antisiezure meds i the anesthia they use. After everything went perfectly a few months later my puppy ate his weight in dark chocolate. They had me come right over and helped him to ger better. I love both vets there and will never go anywhere else!!

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I love Calling All Creatures. I have a young puppy that no one else who nueter (due to a siezure condition he can not fast), however they did it, and wonderfully at that!! The vet reassured me that there is antisiezure meds i the anesthia they use. After everything went perfectly a few months later my puppy ate his weight in dark chocolate. They had me come right over and helped him to ger better. I love both vets there and will never go anywhere else!!

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Go anywhere else. This guy has no heart. He has poor office demenour and his staff is nasty. I had to take my pet to another vet hospital after seeing this guy because he did nothing to help.

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Go anywhere else. This guy has no heart. He has poor office demenour and his staff is nasty. I had to take my pet to another vet hospital after seeing this guy because he did nothing to help.

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My cat was taken there because he was lethargic and threw up a couple of times. The doctor felt it was necessary to remove my cat from my presence and take him in the back where he ran several test which I did not authorize. They then slammed me with a bill that would make you fall to your knees. $500+
Not 24 hours later, my 3 year old cat DIED.
Can't help but wonder if they poisoned him. Cruel bastards. I hope they shut down.

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My cat was taken there because he was lethargic and threw up a couple of times. The doctor felt it was necessary to remove my cat from my presence and take him in the back where he ran several test which I did not authorize. They then slammed me with a bill that would make you fall to your knees. $500+
Not 24 hours later, my 3 year old cat DIED.
Can't help but wonder if they poisoned him. Cruel bastards. I hope they shut down.

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This past summer Dr. Fenwick did ACL surgery on my 3 yr. old pit bull . A few weeks later I brought him back to see Dr. Fenwick because he was dragging his foot. Dr. Fenwick said it's nothing and to be patient. Another several weeks later I brought my dog back again because his foot was getting worse not better, and he now had a sore from the foot dragging. Dr. Fenwick now said " Oh that is unrelated to the surgery and would have happened anyway , and it's only a matter of time before it happens to his other leg" Well I'm no Docter ...but that did not make sense to me. Especially when he didn't try to find the cause , no x-ray nothing. I took Romeo to another Vet who just by looking at him walk said the suture might be rubbing the nerve, than he also took an x-ray which showed the suture was not attached and the clip was on the nerve. The Docter asked how long this has been because the damage to the nerve would be permanent. Maybe the reason why Dr. Fenwick didn't look for the cause of Romeo's lameness is because he already knew it. Now Romeo has to pay because of Dr. Fenwick. This was done at Calling All Creatures in Toms River N.J. which Dr. Fenwick is no longer there.

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This past summer Dr. Fenwick did ACL surgery on my 3 yr. old pit bull . A few weeks later I brought him back to see Dr. Fenwick because he was dragging his foot. Dr. Fenwick said it's nothing and to be patient. Another several weeks later I brought my dog back again because his foot was getting worse not better, and he now had a sore from the foot dragging. Dr. Fenwick now said " Oh that is unrelated to the surgery and would have happened anyway , and it's only a matter of time before it happens to his other leg" Well I'm no Docter ...but that did not make sense to me. Especially when he didn't try to find the cause , no x-ray nothing. I took Romeo to another Vet who just by looking at him walk said the suture might be rubbing the nerve, than he also took an x-ray which showed the suture was not attached and the clip was on the nerve. The Docter asked how long this has been because the damage to the nerve would be permanent. Maybe the reason why Dr. Fenwick didn't look for the cause of Romeo's lameness is because he already knew it. Now Romeo has to pay because of Dr. Fenwick. This was done at Calling All Creatures in Toms River N.J. which Dr. Fenwick is no longer there.

Cons: Did his ego blind his prognosis?