Veterinarian in Sewell, NJ

Don’t Miss Out on Wellness Day!

Deptford Wellness Days - 4/16 & 4/21
Sewell Wellness Day - 4/28

From 9am - 5pm at the listed locations, we will be providing yearly checkups and vaccinations for your pets!

Book your appointment today! Please call either our Sewell location (856) 404-9858 or Deptford location (856) 302-0000 to schedule your pet's wellness visit or to reach out to us with any questions!

Our Sewell location will now be open on Sundays from 9am-9pm (closed Easter Sunday)!

As a pet parent, you want outstanding, expedient care and service for your companion without exhausting your budget. The veterinarians and staff of Pet Check Urgent Care in Sewell, NJ are happy to offer exactly that in a clean, welcoming environment where you and your pet are always our highest priority. Our love of animals and commitment to helping others drives us to go above and beyond what you would expect at an animal hospital. Not only that; we’re open 7 days a week and operate on a call-ahead basis--so you won’t need to make an appointment! Along with providing urgent or non-critical emergency care to our animal patients, we also offer general wellness and preventive care, which includes physical exams, vaccinations, diagnostics, and microchipping.

Consistent Care for Regular and Urgent Visits

Whether you’re seeing us for an urgent problem or just need to update your pet’s vaccinations, you can expect the same friendly, personalized care. We’re proud to be able to handle both general and emergency cases, because this means many of our regular patients don’t need to go elsewhere for non-life-threatening emergency care--they’ll be able to see the same team for treatment, which also ensures they’ll receive consistent care.

Reasons Your Pet Might Need Urgent Care in Sewell, NJ

  • Ear infection
  • Eye injury
  • Burn or laceration injury
  • Injured nail or paw pad
  • Skin disorder
  • Allergic reaction
  • Limping
  • Scooting
  • Licking at the same area
  • Possible broken bone(s)
  • Having trouble urinating or defecating
  • Vomiting/diarrhea
  • Chronic cough
  • Prolonged loss of appetite