PRAH Staff Photo 2015

“We are a client-oriented practice.  Our first and foremost concern is to provide high quality preventative and medical care. We are guided by our core values in which we provide a progressive, respectful, accommodating, and heartfelt environment.”

Our Core Values are:

Progressive: We utilize current technology and modern medicine in our comprehensive diagnosis and treatment of our patients. We pride ourselves on transparency and thorough communication.

Respectful: We treat every patient with care and dignity as if they were our own.  We provide an environment in which clients, patients, and staff are mutually respected.

Accommodating: We recognize the importance of our clients’ time and strive to meet their needs and the needs of their pet(s). We customize care within their physical, emotional, and financial capabilities.

Heartfelt: We provide sincere and compassionate care to our patients, clients, and community.

- About Park Ridge Animal Hospital -

In July of 1991, Dr. Manderino started her practice at Park Ridge Animal Hospital. The previous owner, Dr. Mikus retired from many years of service to the patients of the Pascack Valley. Through the years, we have provided service to Bergen County and Rockland County residents. The practice has flourished to include 5 staff veterinarians, 12 veterinary technicians, 3 assistants and 3 receptionists.

Park Ridge Animal Hospital offers preventative medicine including: examination, vaccinations, microchipping and bloodwork. We also provide a full range of diagnostics including labwork, radiology, ultrasound and other medical services. In addition, the hospital offers a full range of surgical procedures including routine dentistry, surgical dentistry, spaying and neutering and soft tissue and orthopedic surgery.  In addition, we offer complementary services like therapeutic laser treatment for injuries and arthritis and acupuncture..We invite you to explore the website to learn about us and get some helpful information for your pet.

takethetourOur location is at 94 Berthoud Street, which is located off of Kinderkamack Road between Liberty Gas Station and Burger King and next to “A Little Cake” bakery. The building features 4 exam rooms, a larger reception and waiting area, large treatment room, modern pharmacy and lab. The treatment room features a dental suite and a state of the art surgery room.


Join us for our annual “Sweetest Thank You Party” in gratitude to all who support our Military Working Dog Holiday Drive (details on back) and who support America’s K9 national security teams throughout the year!

Sweetest Thank you Party 2018

FREE “Sweetest Thank You Party”:  Celebrating K9s: Military, Police, Search and Rescue, Disabled Veterans and their Service Dogs, and YOU!

WHEN: Saturday, February 10, 2018,  2:00pm -- 4:30pm
WHERE: Park Ridge Elks Lodge, 13 Sulak Lane, Park Ridge, NJ 07656


Park Ridge Animal Hospital proudly supports Mickey’s Kids and Canine Assistants.


The Latest from PRAH

December 2017 We’re building a new future in Park Ridge If you have driven past our old office location on Park Avenue recently you’ve seen a beautiful new three story building under construction.  It is the future home of the Park Ridge Animal Hospital, being built on the site of our old building plus the old post office next door. The ground floor will include the hospital, along with a couple of retail stores, with apartment on the upper two floors.  The expected completion date is late next year, and it will include all the modern appointments of a first class animal...

Join us at “The Sweetest Thank You” Party
Join us for our annual “Sweetest Thank You Party” in gratitude to all who support our Military Working Dog Holiday Drive (details on back) and who support America’s K9 national security teams throughout the year!

Flea and Tick Season is still in full force!
November, 2017 We have been seeing a large number of external parasites in the past few weeks and we want to make sure your pets are protected. FLEAS: Typically September, October and November are the worst flea months of the year.  The symptoms of flea infestation vary from pet to pet.  Some animals only display mild discomfort and itchiness.  Other pets can be allergic to flea saliva, causing intense itching, redness of the skin and even skin infections.  Fleas can be the cause of tapeworms. During grooming or in response to a flea’s bite, the dog or cat can ingest...