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Lincoln Avenue Cat Hospital

The veterinary team at our hospital offers a wide range of services for cats and pets. We offer surgery and services for your cat, as well as vaccines, neutering, and more. In addition to veterinary services, we also offer boarding services so that you can keep your pet here at the hospital while on vacation or for business trips. At our facility, we strive to offer exceptional care for your pet so you can be confident that he or she is getting the best possible treatment available. As one of the leading animal hospitals in New Jersey, our mission is to provide high quality veterinary care to your pets in a warm and caring environment.

The LACH team is dedicated to providing each service to the best extent of veterinary knowledge and excel beyond the role of hospitality. Amongst our vast range of services, we cater to each client in specific to their needs whether it is life saving surgeries or simple grooms and boardings. We offer a great scope of amenities to make sure that our clients are taken care of in every possible case scenario. At our facility, we strive to offer exceptional care from the moment your furry friend is left in our care until they’re back in yours. As one of the leading cat hospitals in the area, providing high quality care is our top priority alongside clientele happiness and security.

 We offer these amenities to make sure that pets feel as comfortable as we can during their stay with us. We truly believe that we are as much a part of the family as the pet is. We feel it is our duty to make their pet feel as comfortable as possible during their stay with us and do everything we can to keep them happy and healthy during their stay here. We have a separate area for our boarding patients where they can relax in a familiar environment until they go home with you again. We provide baths as needed at no extra charge. We also offer a deluxe service which includes special shampoos or conditioners and an ear cleansing with an antibacterial agent applied to help rid your pet of ear mites.

With almost 40 years of operation in the heart of Fairlawn, New Jersey, we pride ourselves on integrity, efficiency, and on our relationships with our community.

Wellness & Preventive Care

Annual wellness exams evaluate your pet’s overall health, detect problems before they become serious, and keep them on track to living a long, healthy life. In addition, we provide a wide range of surgical services at our hospital, including spays and neuters, ruptured cruciate ligament repair, cystotomies (bladder stone removal), mass removals, and emergency services such as laceration repair and foreign body removal. Anesthetic protocols are custom to your pet’s particular needs.


We recommend annual dental exams and cleanings to protect your pet from many health problems and help them maintain a healthy and clean mouth.

Boarding & Grooming

Whether your pet is with us for a day or for a week, it will feel both like a vacation and a home away from home! We offer spacious accommodations with heat or AC, fan, and we will keep your pets active, engaged, and comfortable. We will mirror your pet’s home-routine here at LACH, feeding them at their usual times, and we ask you to bring your pets’ favorite food and/or treats from home at the time of drop-off. Grooming services are provided and recommended to keep your cat’s coat clean and smooth, distribute natural skin oils, and to regulate body temperature.


Veterinarians recommend that all indoor cats should be given the core vaccinations to keep them protected from a large range of contagious diseases and illnesses if they escape from your house, go for a grooming or if they have to stay at a boarding facility.

Diagnostic Services

In-house diagnostic technology includes hematology and chemistry equipment, state-of-the-art digital radiography, cardiac and abdominal ultrasound capability, a microscope for skin and ear cytology and intestinal parasite evaluation, testing for Lyme, ana-plasma, heartworm, feline leukemia, and feline immunodeficiency virus, screening for pancreatitis, and blood pressure monitoring.


Endoscopy is a minimally invasive procedure that allows the examiner to look within an organ or body cavity and gain diagnostic information, which includes grossly evaluatin ci area of interest and obtaining tissue for histopathologic evaluation.

While gastrointestinal (GI) endoscopy represents the most common use in veterinary medicine, endoscopes can be utilized to investigate multiple body systems (Table). Further, endoscopy can be therapeutic when used for foreign body retrieval, stone removal, or feeding tube placement.

Table. Procedures Commonly Performed Using Flexible & Rigid Endoscopes