Looking for a Gloucester County Animal Hospital? Gray Fox is an Animal Hospital in Gloucester County located in Woodbury Heights, NJ. While we are located in Woodbury, we service clients from all over Southern New Jersey, Southeastern Pennsylvania and even New York. The majority of our patients come to us on referral and many have been with us for decades. We encourage you to read our Website to learn about the many services we provide. We take pride in our long history of service to Gloucester County pets and their owners. Our practice continues to grow larger every year thanks to our wonderful staff and most of all our clients.
Animal Hospital Address:
207 Glassboro Road
Woodbury Heights, NJ 08097
Hours of operation:
– Monday-Friday: 8 a.m.-8 p.m.
– Saturday: 9 a.m.-12 noon
Closed Sundays and major holidays.
For after hours emergency care, please call one of these facilities:
- Regional Emergency & Specialty Care (856) 728-1400
- Animal Emergency Center of South Jersey in Mount Laurel (856) 727-1332
- Veterinary Specialty Center of Delaware (302) 322-6933
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Veterinarians to Donate Ballistic Vest to K9 Unit
One officer in the Woodbury PD will walk the streets a bit safer next week. Evo, a two-year-old Belgian Malinois Shepherd being handled by Patrolman Sheehan has just been fitted for his custom K9 Tactical Gear vest. Husband and wife veterinarians, Doctors Lee and Bernadette Spector, VMDs, will present the vest to Evo on November 9 at 12:30 p.m. on the grounds of the animal hospital.
The Gray Fox staff knows how important a ballistic vest can be for these officers of the K9 unit. Dr. Bernadette Spector remarked “We are happy to donate this vest to help protect this heroic dog while it, in turn, protects our community.” Gray Fox has donated a vest previously. Last year, a K9 officer in West Deptford also received a vest due to the generosity of Gray Fox. The doctors feel that this protection should be afforded to the animals of a K9 unit whenever possible as the vests guard against both bullet and knife wounds.
The K9 unit of the Woodbury PD has quite a history, being established in 1908. While inactive at times, whenever a K9 officer is serving, the city takes note. Chief Tom Ryan re-established the K9 unit in 2016 after Patrolman Sheehan demonstrated his aptitude and love for dogs. Sheehan joined the force in 2013 and began serving with his Patrol and Narcotics trained Belgian Malinois, K9 Evo, in 2016. The two attended and graduated from the Atlantic County John “Sonny” Burke K9 Academy in August 2017. This position and responsibility takes a great deal of extra training hours. When asked why he volunteered for this duty, Patrolman Sheehan notes with pleasure, “I get to work with a dog every day of my life.”
The public, Woodbury officials, Police Chief Ryan and others are invited to meet Evo and Patrolman Sheehan on November 9 at 12:30 p.m. at Gray Fox Animal Hospital, LLC, located at 207 Glassboro Rd, Woodbury Heights.
Thank you Dr. Beras for dealing with Xander. Not many people can put up with that dog. And thanks for taking care Daisy. Thanks to you, we get to have this sweet dog in our lives. And thanks for taking care of the other seven. You guys are the best!
Very compasionate and professional. I can not thank them enough for getting me through putting down my Bulldog….. they all huged me and told me how sorry they were…. awesome caring people/professionals ♡♡♡♡♡
They couldn’t do enough for my 16.5 yr old Shih Tzu when diagnosed with an enlarged heart. He has since passed but for a year & a half they were there whenever I had a concern. Best vet office ever & I’ve been to several. I wish I found them sooner.
I cannot say enough good things about this place. It is very easy to get to, very clean and the appointments run on time. The staff is friendly and professional. Dr. Jenna is wonderful. She takes time to answer questions and discuss your pet’s health. She is meticulous in examining your pet. Of the four animal hospitals/vets I’ve used over the years, this is by far the best one.
-Valerie Ann J.
I love Gray Fox Animal Hospital, LLC! Our dog Ginger is always so scared and they are so great with her! Very kind and loving. Prices can’t be beat. Dr. Lee is an amazing Vet, he’s so so sweet, very kind and he just adores all animals and truely wants to help! The entire staff is incredible! Thank you all!!
Thank you to the Gray Fox family and Dr. Taylor. They all took such great care of my dog Max after getting attacked by a neighbors dog. They all were attentive and comforting during this very emotional time. I can’t thank them enough for the care and attention they gave to Max (my baby) !!! And thank you Dr. Taylor for calling us at night to check on Max. It was very thoughtful and meant a lot to us. Great bedside manner!
Love the Gray Fox family. After bringing our beloved pets here for well over 20 years, they seem like family to us! They are very knowledgeable and caring, with reasonable prices. We have never felt pressured into making decisions for our pet’s care. Love the dialogue between the Veterinarian and the owner…always very professional.
My dog passed away last week. As hard as it was, every single staff member went out of their way to make it as comfortable for Brigid and us as possible.
Today, I received a heartfelt card, with a lengthy personal message.
A sad time for us made a little happier knowing that such wonderful people exist.
Thanks so much.