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Apr 29

Recognizing Vision Problems in Your Pet

Your pet’s eyes are an important part of her sensory system. Keep them in tip-top shape by immediately recognizing problems that could interfere with vision. The following signs warrant an immediate appointment with your veterinarian or one of the board-certified veterinary ophthalmologists at the Animal Eye Center of New Jersey: Redness Cloudiness Squinting Ocular discharge […]


Mar 18

How to Communicate with Your Dog

Have you ever thought about what language your dog speaks? The most common answer is barking! Barking is a form of communication, but actually, dogs primarily communicate with one another using body language. Dog Communication Body language is how they communicate with us, each other, and how they miraculously “know” when we are about to […]


Feb 06

Valentine’s Day: Staying Clear of These 5 Pet Hazards

As Valentine’s Day approaches, you are probably thinking about the person you love the most. However, you shouldn’t forget about the furry friends that you love, too! During this holiday, AERA sees many pets that have gotten into common Valentine’s Day items that owners don’t always realize are hazardous. For this reason, AERA wants all […]


Jan 31

March 13: Ophthalmology CE Event

Program Agenda Acute Management of Glaucoma Indolent Corneal Ulcers Ophthalmology Case Study Discussions Thatcher McGhee’s Irish Pub and Eatery  Wednesday, March 13th, 2019 6:30p-9:00p Presented By,               Brad Holmberg, DVM, MS, PhD, DACVO This event has been approved by NJVMA to provide 2 credits of complimentary CE to veterinarians. Location: Thatcher McGhee’s […]


Jan 04

January is Glaucoma Awareness Month

  AERA ophthalmologist Dr. Brad Holmberg has some information to share about glaucoma and how you can protect your pet from vision loss. Glaucoma is unfortunately a common disease in dogs that frequently results in permanent vision loss. Primary glaucoma, or that caused by a genetic or inherited component, is most common. Predisposed dog breeds […]


Nov 19

Meet Our Referral Relationship Liaison, Jamie Peterson

Introducing Our Referral Relationship Manager, Jamie Peterson   WHAT IS A REFERRAL RELATIONSHIP MANAGER? AERA utilizes a referral relationship manager to ensure that the needs of our loyal referring community are being met. Jamie works diligently to distribute up-to-date materials about our new services and to introduce specialists to the referring community. She also collaborates […]


Oct 26

Nov 14 CE Lecture at Calandra’s

Oncology & Surgery Case Discussions Bring your cases and questions for a round table discussion with Dr. Rossman and Dr. Brophy.  Wednesday, November 14th, 2018 MEET OUR NEW SPECIALISTS                 Location: Calandra’s 118 US-46, Fairfield, NJ 07004 Contact Contact our referral relationship manager, Jamie Peterson at jpeterson@animalerc.com or 862-703-6339 with […]


Oct 08

Introducing Brian Brophy, MVB, Practice Limited to Surgery

  Dr. Brian Brophy is the newest surgeon to join our growing team.               LEARN MORE>> Dr. Brophy joins the following surgeons in our Orthopedic & Soft Tissue Surgery Department


Sep 24

Heart Disease in Pets: Symptoms and Treatment Options

We hear a lot about heart disease because it is common in humans, but did you know that it can also affect your pet? Both dogs and cats can also suffer from heart disease, which leads to congestive heart failure. Fortunately, pets can live for years with heart disease when receiving proper treatment. AERA wants […]


Apr 05

What Should Your Family Look for in an Animal Behavior Clinic?

When it comes to health problems in your pets, it is obvious that you should visit with a vet, but what are you supposed to do when your pet’s problems are behavioral? Unfortunately, not every veterinarian or animal trainer is experienced in handling behavioral issues—especially extreme behavioral issues such as aggression and anxiety. In some […]


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