We will continue to see our patients with curbside service. Curbside service helps protect our veterinary staff and, in turn, your pets. Also, limiting the flow of people in a busy, smaller spaced facility, creates a lower-stress environment which may help pets feel calmer. Curbside service will not in any way compromise the care our client’s pets receive, or our communication with owners. When you arrive, please call from your vehicle, and we will bring your pet in for their visit. When the exam is done, we will bring your pet back out to your vehicle and the doctor will discuss the appointment. We greatly appreciate your understanding and patience.
ShoreSide Veterinary Care is based in The Monmouth County/Shore Area of New Jersey. It specializes in companion animals and provides expert care for your pet that is safe, effective, and accessible to you. Dr. Morrone consistently achieves positive outcomes for animals due to her excellent clinical skills and diligent follow-ups. She is dedicated to providing service for your pets in our facility conveniently located in Highlands, New Jersey.
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