1. Why A Bearded Dragon Is The Right Pet For You

    Bearded dragons are one of the best pets that you can have in your house. They are the easiest reptile to take care of and can even be just as loving to you and your family as a cat or dog. Some people look at a pet such as this and think that it is too exotic or that it will be far too hard to work…Read More

  2. 5 Tips for a Stress-Free Vet Visit for Dogs

    It’s normal for dogs to feel nervous when heading to the vet for a visit. Some dogs handle vet visits just fine, while others become nervous, anxious, timid, or excitable. At All Creatures Veterinary Care Center in Sewell, we focus on both the physical and emotional well-being of our four-legged p…Read More

  3. 4 Halloween Dangers for Pets

    The spookiest time of year is right around the corner. But as you start decorating your home, stocking candy bowls with delicious treats, and planning a super spooky Halloween party, there are many hazards pet parents should be aware of this time of year. As your trusted Top Rated Local® veterinari…Read More

  4. 3 Reasons to Enroll Your Dog In A Pet Insurance Plan, Part 2

    Welcome back to the All Creatures Veterinary Care Center blog! If you read our previous article, you learned about some of the many reasons why you should consider enrolling your dog in a pet insurance plan. For one, the cost of pet care can be costly; however, veterinary care is essential to mainta…Read More

  5. 3 Reasons to Enroll Your Dog In A Pet Insurance Plan, Part 1

    Your dog is not only your best friend, they are also your family. As with your human family members, you want the best for your furry family members. Pet parents would give anything to provide their precious pups with a long, healthy, happy life. Part of being a pet parent means you take your dog to…Read More

  6. What You Need When You First Get a Puppy

    Getting a puppy is one of the best decisions that you’ll make, trust us, we know. If you’ve recently decided to add a puppy to the family, there are a few things that you can count on needing in order for them to truly be at home. Our team has wrangled up a few of the items that you should have …Read More

  7. The Importance of Exotic Pet Preventative Care

    Regular medical care for your exotic animal family member is an important part of keeping your pet healthy. In fact, visits to your exotic animal veterinarian are often even more valuable, as exotic animals are adept at hiding signs of illness. Many health issues are a result of improper or marginal…Read More

  8. Reasons to Take Your Dog to the Vet, Part 1

    Hello, and welcome to the All Creatures Veterinary Care Center blog! We’ll be using this space to provide you with information about our veterinarian services, as well as pet health tips, and animal care advice. We love all creatures, great and small, which is why we care for almost all of them at…Read More

  9. Bearded Dragon Husbandry and Preventative Healthcare

    Welcome back to the All Creatures Veterinary Care Center blog! As exotic animal vets, we love our scaled friends. Today, we will share some insights with you about one of the most popular reptile pets — the bearded dragon. Bearded dragon husbandry and preventative health care are essential to ensu…Read More

  10. Boa and Python Husbandry and Preventative Healthcare

    There are over 50 species of pythons and boas currently recognized in the world, with a variety of interesting color mutations now available within the pet trade. Lifespan and adult sizes vary greatly with species, and many can get quite large and live a long time, so be sure to research your prospe…Read More

  11. Chameleon Husbandry and Preventative Healthcare

    Native to rainforest and some desert environments, chameleons are becoming increasingly popular as pets in the United States. Their management is highly specialized, and they are considered to be extremely fragile and notoriously difficult to keep in captivity. Appropriate husbandry and diet are key…Read More

  12. Chinchilla Husbandry and Preventative Healthcare

    Housing Recommendations Cages: 2x4ft footprint minimum. Wire mesh cages may be used, but we recommend a solid floor to prevent foot pad injuries. For exercise one should supply branches or climbing areas. Arrange in a way to prevent contamination of food and water bowls with feces. Avoid the use of …Read More

  13. Colubrid Husbandry and Preventative Healthcare

    This family includes two thirds of current snake species. Lifespan and adult sizes vary greatly with species, and many can get quite large and live a long time, so be sure to research your prospective pet well. Housing: Colubrids should generally be housed singly throughout their lives. Cage: cage s…Read More

  14. Ferret Husbandry and Preventative Healthcare

    Housing Recommendations: Cages: 2×4 feet footprint minimum. Additional space needed with multiple ferrets. Cages with several levels are ideal to provide more surface area to climb and play. Litterbox: Provided a special “corner box” in one corner of the cage & secure the box in the corner …Read More

  15. Guinea Pig Husbandry and Preventative Healthcare

    Housing Recommendations: Cage: 2×3 feet footprint for each guinea pig minimum. Solid cage bottom of Plexi-glass, hard plastic, or stainless steel. Wire mesh bottoms should NEVER be used. Cages can be purchased online or in pet stores. Nice cages can be seen at www.guineapigcages.com. Substrate: Bed…Read More

  16. Hedgehog Husbandry and Preventative Healthcare

    Housing: Cage: 2 x 3 feet footprint minimum. We recommend a plastic bottom cage with narrow wire sides or a 20-30+ gallon aquarium. A hiding place should also be provided (large diameter PVC pipe, wooden/cardboard boxes, or commercially available hiding huts). Use a newspaper and/or paper based bedd…Read More

  17. Leopard and Fat-tailed Gecko Husbandry and Preventative Healthcare

    Over a thousand species of geckos exist in the world. The most commonly found in captivity include leopard, African fat-tailed geckos, and New Caledonian crested geckos. Lifespan in captivity is approximately 7-10 years, and adult size of the most popular species is generally up to 6 inches (measure…Read More

  18. Rabbit Husbandry and Preventative Healthcare

    Housing: Cage: 2×3 feet footprint for small breeds and 3×4 feet for large breeds. Solid cage bottom of plexi-glass, hard plastic, or stainless steel. If the cage has a wire mesh bottom, cover half with a solid surface otherwise the rabbit may get pressure sores on the feet. Line the bottom with ne…Read More

  19. Tortoise Husbandry and Preventative Healthcare

    Numerous tortoise species exist in the world, with Russian Tortoises, Redfoot Tortoises, and Leopard Tortoises being some of the most commonly kept as pets. Adult size varies with species, and many can live 20-50+ years. Any potential new tortoise owners should research their species of interest ext…Read More

  20. Exotic Pets That are Legal to Own – Part 2

    In our last blog post, we began to talk about some of the different exotic pets that are legal to own in New Jersey, but we were only able to cover a few before we got a little carried away. If you’re still looking for fun exotic pets that you could call your own, we’ve still got plenty to add t…Read More