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Welcome to Colts Neck Equine Associates

Welcome

Colts Neck Equine Associates is a seven doctor ambulatory practice catering to the needs of our clients in Monmouth, Ocean and Middlesex Counties. Our caring and experienced veterinarians are on call for routine and emergency care 24 hours a day. Current state of the art diagnostic equipment such as digital radiography and ultrasound can help diagnose those hard to find causes of lameness or help in your pre-purchase evaluation. Acupuncture and chiropractic therapy, extracorporeal shock wave therapy and laser therapy as well as the latest joint therapies like IRAP and PRP will help bring your equine athlete back to top condition as quickly as possible. Whether you have a standardbred or thoroughbred racehorse, show horse or backyard pet, Colts Neck Equine is pleased to be the source for all of your veterinary needs.

Coverage Areas

Monmouth County: Colts Neck, Howell, Freehold, Millstone, Rumson, Tinton Falls, Oceanport, Wall, Upper Freehold, Middletown, Monroe, Englishtown, and surrounding areas.

Ocean County: Lakewood, Toms River, Jackson, Brick, Lacey and surrounding areas.

Middlesex County:  Old Bridge and surrounding areas.






Testimonials

Read what our clients have to say...

  • "Tonight was a scary evening for our family. Our 39 year old mare collapsed in the barn. We feared for the worst but thanks to the quick response time and great care Dilly is up and moving around. We will hopefully have some more time with this beautiful girl thanks to you and her strong will. Thank you again for the wonderful kind caring knowledgable help. You rock Dr.Miller."
    Dawn S. M.
  • "I believe it's one of the best veterinarian groups in New Jersey"
    Cindy C. V.

Office Hours

Our Regular Schedule

Our Regular Schedule

Monday:

9:00 am-5:00 pm

Tuesday:

9:00 am-5:00 pm

Wednesday:

9:00 am-5:00 pm

Thursday:

9:00 am-5:00 pm

Friday:

9:00 am-5:00 pm

Saturday:

Closed

Sunday:

Closed

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