• Guess Who’s Back!?

    Jan 22 2015

    Dr. Parker is excited to announce the arrival of her second child, Tyson Rudell Cox. He was born December 30th, 2014 and weighed 7 lbs 2 oz and was 20.5…

  • What’s Better Then Puppies?

    Jan 21 2015

    What’s Better Then Puppies?? Puppies in Slow Motion! Click The Link To See! Video Starring: Ichabod 🙂

  • Elton & Alex!

    Jan 08 2015

    Introducing our latest felines for adoption… about 12 weeks’ old, Elton and Alex! Elton our handsome male, is a gray tabby and is becoming curious about his surroundings. Our little…

  • Hey There Delilah!

    Jan 07 2015

    Hey there Delilah, what was it like at Suffern Animal Hospital?…… “Coming in I was very scared because I needed my Lyme booster, and I don’t like shots! But everyone…

  • Meet Max!

    Dec 23 2014

    Hi Suffern Animal Hospital Family I’m Max!! I’m a 14 week old Chow/Pitbull mix, and I’m starting to learn all my basic commands from my humans. My mom loves to show…

  • Beautiful Bella!

    Dec 22 2014

    Everyone meet Bella, a sweet ten year old Rhodesian Ridgeback. Bella has been a patient here at Suffern Animal Hospital since 2004! She was only 22 weeks at her first…

  • New Puppy or Kitten? Why First Wellness Visits are Important!

    Dec 17 2014

    Congratulations on your new addition to the family!  Adding a new puppy or kitten to the family can be both a fun and a daunting endeavor.  There are many things…

  • Everyone Meet Scout 3!

    Dec 11 2014

    Everyone meet Scout 3! Today he was in for his annual checkup and vaccines with Dr. Parker! Weighing in at a whopping 128 lbs with more room to grow! We…

  • Dr. Parker has some Exciting News!

    Dec 10 2014

    Dr. Parker is excited to announce that she and her husband are anticipating the arrival of their second child, another little boy! She will be out for maternity leave starting…

  • Equine Education: Pastern Dermatitis

    Dec 02 2014

    By Leigh Jason, DVM “Scratches”, “mud fever”, and “greasy heel” are all familiar terms for pastern dermatitis, a common equine skin problem. Technically, pastern dermatitis is not a single disease…