Welcome to Madison Animal Hospital, proudly serving the communities of Madison, Chatham, Florham Park, Summit, New Providence and Morristown, for over 40 years. We are a high-quality eight-doctor practice with a warm, small town feel. Our veterinary team sees a wide variety of pets including dogs, cats, birds, reptiles, rabbits and other small mammals. Many of our staff members have been with the hospital for over 15 years. We see all companion pets, including avian and exotic pets. Madison Animal Hospital is a full-service facility offering a wide variety of services from diagnostics, radiology, dentistry, surgery, ultrasound and acupuncture, to boarding, grooming and retail supplies. We offer one-stop shopping for all of your pets needs.
We understand the strong bond between human and pet so we care for each patient as if they were our own. One of our goals is to educate each pet owner on the best ways to prevent disease and detect problems early. We have plans for all stages of life to help your pet live a long happy life from the early years through the geriatric years. We tailor each pet�s treatment plan to suit their individual history, environment and lifestyle.
Madison Animal Hospital has been accredited by the American Animal Hospital Association. That means we are voluntarily inspected and maintain the highest standards in all areas of Veterinary Medicine including pain management, surgical protocols, equipment standards, record keeping, continuing education and facility maintenance.
Please stop by to meet our staff or tour our boarding facility. Our retail and grooming store is located downstairs. We have four professional groomers that are experienced in all breeds, and special-needs pets, too. Treat your pet to a day at the spa. Call us today!
Local Medical Issues
Veterinary Acupuncture is a form of treatment developed some three-thousand years ago in China. The ancient Chinese maintained that illness is a state of imbalance or blockage in the normal energy flow of the body, and that acupuncture, acting on the channels of energy flow, restores this flow to normal. The American Veterinary Medical Association has called acupuncture an integral part of veterinary medicine. Used along with western medicine, the patient can receive the best of both disciplines. Acupuncture can also be a form of therapy for conditions that do not respond well to western medicine, and it can often improve the quality of an animal's life.
How Acupuncture Works
A tiny needle is inserted into the skin at specific points where nerves innervate the skin or where nerves innervate underlying tissue. The nerve is stimulated. That signal is transferred to the spinal cord and travels to the brain where the body stimulates endorphins which travel back to the organ and skin supplied by the nerve that has been stimulated. Acupuncture increases circulation to areas treated by increasing blood flow, which aids immune stimulation and organ healing.
Acupuncture can be utilized for:
� Skin problems
� Nervous disorders
� Respiratory problems
� Urogenital problems
� Liver problems
� Gastrointestinal problems