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PRAH Staff Photo 2015

We are moving to a temporary office at
236 West Grand Avenue, Park Ridge, NJ 07656.
Click here to find out more.

“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.


Were MovingWe are moving to a temporary office at
236 West Grand Avenue, Park Ridge, NJ 07656.

Wednesday, March 14 - Closing at 1 pm
Thursday, March 15 - Closed
Friday March 16 - Available for House Calls
Saturday, March 17 - Open 8:30 am-2:30 pm

Due to the major housing and retail project that is being built on Kinderkamack Road, the Park Ridge Animal Hospital (PRAH), currently located at 94 Berthoud Street, will be moving to a temporary location while our new office building on Park Avenue is being completed.  Our new space in the three-story building that will also include apartments and other retail spaces is currently under construction at the original site of the animal hospital, 40 Park Avenue, and is expected to be completed by the end of the year.  Our temporary office is located at the intersection of Grand Avenue and Spring Valley Road, opposite Pascack Hills High School in the Oritani Bank Building (see the map below).

We Are Moving Map

Our new address will be 236 West Grand Avenue, Park Ridge, NJ 07676.  Our telephone and fax number will remain the same, as will our hours of operation.  “While at our temporary office we will continue to offer the same high quality services you have come to expect from PRAH,” said Dr. Donna Manderino, “and you will be served by the same friendly and highly qualified staff.  We apologize for any inconvenience this temporary move will cause, and we all look forward to moving in to our new building,” she concluded. Our temporary location will include digital x-ray, dental x-ray and a surgery suite, just like our current location.  There is also plenty of parking at our temporary location!  

A HISTORICAL NOTE:  The original Park Ridge Animal Hospital was founded by Dr. Edward Mikus in 1966 and served clients throughout the Pascack Valley out of a small brick building on Park Avenue, where the new hospital is currently being built.  In 1991 Dr. Manderino took over and updated the practice where she continued to practice for 22 years.  We will continue to provide the most progressive and compassionate veterinary care in the region.  

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