Branchville  Country   Veterinary  Clinic 
                  Dr. Sherri Talbot-Valerio
12 Maple Ave.,Branchville, N.J. 07826             973-948-PETS (7387)

Welcome to
Branchville Country Veterinary Clinic


Conveniently located in downtown Branchville, N.J., next to the town park, we are a full service veterinary practice providing  preventative  health care,  medical diagnostics,  surgery,  digital x-rays, therapeutic Laser treatments,  dental services, in house blood-work, behavioral consultations and wildlife rehabilitation---all with a professional and compassionate touch!


  WE OFTEN HAVE PETS UP FOR ADOPTION, TOO. 

 OUR UPCOMING EVENTS PAGE HAS
HOW TO WIN A FREE BASIC DOG GROOMING
A LISTING OF TOWN PHONE NUMBERS FOR LICENSING INFORMATION




Branchville Country Veterinary Clinic believes our first responsibility is to our patients, the animals, keeping their best interests and quality of life as top priority.  We will assist owners/clients in making the best choices to care for their pets, offering good options for ranges of diagnostics, treatments, etc., allowing for each owner’s time, financial and emotional restraints.  

We offer our community preventative veterinary care to help protect the public from threat of disease through on-going client education, spaying and neutering, rabies clinics, etc. and encourage services that strengthen the human- animal bond. 

Please visit our RESOURCES page for  places to adopt pets, board pets, dog training, poison control, grief counseling, wildlife information, pet care and tips (for rabbits, gerbils, hamsters etc. too) and much more.
 
Branchville Country Veterinary Clinic staff is professional and maintains a personal, caring, and compassionate touch for all of our patients and clients.
  

THERAPEUTIC LASER TREATMENTS
NOW AVAILABLE


Dr. Sherri Talbot-Valerio administering a Laser Treatment to a patient.

Laser Therapy provides a non-invasive, pain-free, surgery-free, drug-free treatment used to treat a variety of conditions and can be performed in conjunction with existing treatment protocols. Whether your pet is rehabilitating from trauma, surgery, or injury, healing from wounds, or simply aging, your companion can benefit from Laser Therapy.
Call our office for a Laser Therapy consultation.

                LOST YOUR PET?
                                     
                      
1 in 3 pets goes missing during its lifetime, and without proper ID, 90% never return home. A microchip for dogs & cats gives the best protection with permanent ID that can never be removed or become impossible to read.  Make sure your pet is protected! Call us for information.
     Visit our RESOURCES page for tips on what to do if you pet is lost.

WE OFTEN HAVE PETS UP FOR ADOPTION, TOO. SEE OUR RESOURCES
 PAGE OR CALL US AT 973-948-PETS (7387)

OUR UPCOMING EVENTS PAGE HAS
HOW TO WIN A FREE BASIC DOG GROOMING
A LISTING OF TOWN PHONE NUMBERS FOR LICENSING INFORMATION

Our patients aren't just dogs and cats.  We treat a variety of animals, including rabbits, guinea pigs, sugar gliders, hamsters, ferrets, and yes--chickens on occassion!  We also do wing/beak/nail trims on birds.

        
Dr. Talbot-Valerio and
 injured chicken; with Spike, a sugar glider.

Dr. Talbot-Valerio examining a dog with assistant, Kathy.






If you're interested in adopting a pet, please call our office at 973-948-7387. We often have contacts for a variety of animals needing forever homes.

                          HOURS  
                                  HOLIDAY HOURS MAY VARY 
             PLEASE CALL OUR OFFICE FOR AN APPOINTMENT


MONDAY        8:00 am   ---   5:00 pm 
TUESDAY       8:00 am   ---  12:00 noon (surgery)
                    4:00pm    ---    8:00pm (appointments)
WEDNESDAY  8:00 am   ---    5:00 pm
THURSDAY     8:00 am   ---  12:00 noon (surgery) 
                     4:00pm    ---   8:00pm (appointments)
FRIDAY          8:00 am   ---    5:00 pm
SATURDAY     8:00 am   ---   12:00 noon


























T
Technician Lori weighing in a puppy.



A family of Shetland Sheepdogs waiting their turn.



Dr. Nori with her rescued lamb.



















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