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Faith Veterinary Clinic – Your North Brunswick & Somerset Veterinarian

If you're having a pet emergency, call us immediately at (732) 658-6777.

As a devoted pet owner, you know how important it is to have a veterinarian you can trust. Our veterinarian in North Brunswick & Somerset at Faith Veterinary Clinic, our veterinarians are experienced experts in providing both routine and urgent veterinary care to all types of pets. We believe in treating all animals as if they were our own. If you're in need of a vet in the North Brunswick & Somerset area, you're in the right place. We are currently accepting new patients, and we're glad you're considering trusting us with your pet's health care needs. 

Faith Veterinary Clinic – Your North Brunswick & Somerset Veterinarian

Our Services

We are a full service animal hospital, providing a variety of services to our pet patients. We pride ourselves on providing state of the art wellness and preventative care exams to our patients. Our veterinarians stay up to date on the latest pet care techniques, so we can help your pet stay healthy for years to come. At our office, we offer wellness exams, vaccinations, lab services (such as bloodwork and diagnostic testing), surgery (including spay/ neuter procedures), emergency surgical care, microchipping, and more. If we're not able to provide the service that your pet needs, we'll refer you to someone who can. 

We also provide care for both urgent and emergency conditions. If your pet is experiencing an emergency, please feel free to come directly to our office without an appointment. We will quickly put together an emergency team to work to provide your pet with the lifesaving care that they need. If your pet's condition is urgent, but not life threatening, you are welcome to bring them in immediately as well. We'll work to squeeze you in to the vet's schedule in between appointments.

If your pet has already been seen by another emergency veterinarian, we are happy to provide follow up care. We'll work with your emergency vet to make sure that your pet is getting the post emergency care they need. 

Call Our North Brunswick & Somerset Veterinarian

At Faith Veterinary Clinic in North Brunswick & Somerset, we're here to help you with all the needs of your pet, from checkups to vaccinations and emergency care. We understand that being a pet owner isn't always easy, and we're here to help you in any way that we can. Call our office at (732) 658-6777 to set up your first appointment. We look forward to providing your pet with top quality veterinary care for years to come.

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Office Hours

Our Regular Schedule

North Brunswick, NJ

Monday, Wednesday, Thursday:

8:30 am - 5:30 pm

Tuesday, Friday:

8:30 am - 4:30 pm

Saturday:

8:00 am - 4:00 pm

Sunday:

Closed

Somerset, NJ

Monday, Wednesday - Sunday:

Closed

Tuesday:

9:00 am - 5:00 pm

Meet the Doctor

Learn Who We Are

  • Dr.
    Raj Narala
    Veterinarian

    Bio coming soon..

Testimonials

Read What Our Clients Say

  • "The doctor and staff here treated us very sweetly. Our puppy was sick when I brought her home and they patched her up. Very responsive. No long wait time. Staff was kind. Price was fair."
    Joshua S. - Google Review
  • "There is not a better place on earth, that takes care of my pets need like Faith Veterinary. There is no other that I can trust with my baby. Fact...!!! They go above and beyond and even further if possible. Thanks guys..."
    Riccardo M. - Google Review
  • "Very caring people who treated my dog gently and with love. The staff are warmth and welcoming. There is no long wait, fast in - fast out. The fee is also reasonable. I highly recommend to let Faith Vet to taking care your pets."
    Widjaja P. - Google Review

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