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 We are a Cat Friendly Practice® - The American Association of Feline Practitioners is a leader and driving force in feline medicine. Our members have access to a wealth of resources and continuing education to further develop their knowledge and expertise in the field. AAFP membership is voluntary and open to any graduate veterinarian or veterinary team member who has a strong interest in feline medicine.
In 2012, the AAFP launched the Cat Friendly Practice® (CFP) Program. This program was created by expert feline practitioners and is open to all veterinary practices that have a veterinarian who is a member of the AAFP. Each approved CFP Practice has demonstrated their dedication to increase the quality of care that felines receive.
To find a local AAFP member veterinary professional and/or a Cat Friendly Practice® near you, please use the search below!

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This handy chart can help pet owners with the chilly NJ weather by knowing if it's too cold for your dog. Of course every dog needs a walk and short let outs throughout the day but if its too cold for you, it's too cold for them. Dogs get hypothermia too!!
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The staff at Animal Care Centers knows how important your pet is to you.
As pet owners ourselves, we understand the vital role a pet plays in the family. Our common goal is to offer client education, preventative care and medical treatment that best services the needs of our patients and their families. Since 1998, Animal Care Centers has provided, with a gentle hand and a compassionate heart, the same quality care expected for our own pets.
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Stop in and meet  Kristen Casulli, V.M.D. Veterinarian

Dr. Casulli is a Flanders native having graduated from Mount Olive High School. She completed her undergraduate studies at North Carolina State University graduating with a Bachelor of Science in Biology. Dr. Casulli completed her veterinary studies at the University of Pennsylvania. With a primary interest in Internal Medicine, Dr. Casulli returned to her hometown of Flanders to practice medicine.
Outside of the office, Dr. Casulli enjoys a very active lifestyle with husband Chris (Dr. Hallihan), their three children, their dogs Porter and Coco, cats Bob and Luna and their many chickens! Dr. Casulli also enjoys time outdoors, reading and cooking.
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Check out our new Clients Pet Page!
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