Veterinary Services Performed by Your Tuckerton and Little Egg Harbor Vets

At Southern Ocean Animal Hospital, we offer a wide variety of treatments for your pet so you won't have to stress about visiting multiple offices to find the best place for a multitude of procedures and services. From standard wellness exams and proper vaccinations to advanced onsite laboratory testing and therapy options, your Tuckerton and Little Egg Harbor vet has the treatment you need for a healthy and happy pet.
 
If you have any questions about our available services below, or are ready to schedule an appointment at Southern Ocean Animal Hospital, give Dr. Pascetta and his team a call today at (609) 296-3655. We look forward to meeting your furry family!
Pet Wellness Services
Wellness Exams
Pets benefit greatly from regular wellness examinations. Since our pets age significantly faster than us, we recommend that all pets receive an examination at least once a year. Taking your pet to the veterinarian once a year is the same as if you...
Lifestage Wellness
Your pet's health care needs change as they age. Puppies and kittens have health needs that are different from adult and senior pets. We provide special Puppy and Kitten Wellness Packages that include nutrition...
Vaccinations
Vaccinations are an important factor in your pet’s preventative health care plan. We create vaccine protocols for your pet that revolve around their unique lifestyle and risk factors, as well as community regulations. Puppy One...
Medical Care
We provide complete care for pets, including services in the areas of ophthalmology, dermatology, allergy, urology, gastroenterology, and hematology. Our diagnostic services are always available to evaluate the needs of...
Parasite Prevention
Parasites can go from being an inconvenience to seriously damaging your pet’s health. Internal parasites (hookworms, heartworms, and roundworms) and external parasites (ticks and fleas) are common in pets. Some of these parasites can go from your...
Microchipping
To ensure that your pet returns home safely, you should ask us about microchipping. Microchipping is a safe and effective way to be reunited with your pet if they are lost or leave home. Microchips are implanted into your...
Pharmacy
Your pet’s medications can be filled right in our office! We carry an extensive inventory of veterinary pharmaceutical items, supplies, and medications. Save a trip and contact us today for your pet’s medication needs.
Boarding
Are you going away and need a safe, fun place for your pet? We are currently offering boarding for puppies, dogs, kittens, and cats. We treat your pet with the utmost care and compassion, as if they are our own. Our kennel attendants will make...
Our Technology
Laser Therapy
Our veterinary hospital is proud to be one of the few locations that offer laser therapy for cats and dogs in our community. Laser therapy is a non-surgical alternative to traditional surgery. It is a pain-free and drug-free treatment that uses...
Cryosurgery
Cryosurgery is a non-invasive alternative to a traditional surgical procedure. This is an ideal option for skin lesions such as warts, skin tags, and papillomas that can be removed from your pet. The procedure can be completed in one day and...
Radiology and Ultrasounds
Radiographs (X-rays) are used to evaluate and diagnose problems within your pet’s organ system, including the heart, lungs, and in the abdomen, as well as orthopedic problems with the bones and spine. These problems can diagnose many conditions,...
Laboratory Testing
Unfortunately, your pet cannot speak to you about discomfort, sickness, or complex matters. This is why it’s important to get regular exams, do routine blood testing, and diagnostic testing. We are equipped with a sophisticated diagnostic testing...
Dental Care
Why Pet Dental Care is Important
Dental disease is the most common disease seen by veterinarians. In fact, 70% to 85% of pets over the age of 2 have some form of dental disease. Poor dental hygiene can be the cause of serious health problems for your...
Teeth Cleaning
Did you know...? Periodontal disease, more commonly known as gum disease, is the most common medical condition in dogs and cats. By age three, your pet will very likely have traces or early evidence of gum disease. While you may not see it...