North Haledon Veterinary Care

Where your pet is cared for like part of the family

North Haledon Veterinary Care was established in 1996. We are a full service facility offering routine, preventative health care as well as comprehensive medical, dental and surgical services at reasonable rates. Our staff is knowledgeable, friendly and caring. Our primary goal is to provide you with practical information and services for your pet to live a long, happy and healthy life.

We are located in a quiet, suburban borough in central Passaic County, minutes from Routes 208, 23, 4 and Hamburg Turnpike, adjacent to Wayne, Hawthorne, Wyckoff and Franklin Lakes

The doctors and staff of North Haledon Veterinary Care.

Dr. Steven Mansfield (left) and the staff of North Haledon Veterinary Care

Tink, the office cat.

Tink, the office cat


Dr. Steven Mansfield

Dr. Steven Mansfield

Dr. Mansfield received his bachelor degrees in Biology and Anthropology from State University of New York at Binghamton and graduated from Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine in 1985. He practiced at several animal hospitals in the New York – New Jersey metropolitan area in addition to operating a house call practice for several years prior to establishing North Haledon Veterinary Care in 1996.


We are a full service facility, providing preventative health maintenance, medical, dental and surgical care, including spay and neutering for your pet. Our hospital is equipped with digital radiography, inhalation anesthesia machines, vital sign monitors, blood pressure monitoring equipment, digital dental radiography, and high speed drill dentistry equipment. We have in-office blood analyzers for rapid, same day test results and well as access to several outside laboratories for more detailed and involved testing. We provide quality care at reasonable fees. You are always welcome to call our office for pricing and request an estimate for our services.

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Dr. Mansfield examining cat.


Examining a dog.

Our Practice Philosophy

The staff at North Haledon Veterinary Care has been working together for many years and we feel like a family. We try to create a friendly, warm and personable environment for ourselves as well as our clients and patients. We believe in treating your pet like a family member. We will advise you of the most appropriate care for your pet, taking into consideration each individual situation. We believe that preventative health care is the best way to ensure that your pet will live a long and healthy life. This entails annual physical examinations, recommending appropriate vaccinations, general health screens as well as screenings for parasites and other contagious diseases. If your pet is ill or injured, we will evaluate your situation as well as your pet’s needs and recommend the most practical and appropriate course of action with respect to diagnostics and treatments.


The building that houses North Haledon Veterinary Care

We are located at

540 High Mountain Road
North Haledon, New Jersey 07508
Telephone: 973-423-5656
Fax: 973-423-2207


We are open
Monday 8:00 am 7:00 pm
Tuesday 8:00 am 6:00 pm
Wednesday   8:00 am 4:00 pm
Thursday 8:00 am 6:00 pm
Friday 8:30 am 4:00 pm
Saturday 8:30 am 1:00 pm
Puggle puppy
We are closed on Sundays
Kitten and guinea pig.
Dr. Mansfield.


Prescription Medications and Other Pet Products

Please call our office to renew or request medications for your pet. We will call you back promptly once your request has been processed to let you know when your pet’s medication is available for you to pick up.

Signs of illness

If your pet should become ill, he or she may not exhibit the same obvious symptoms as a person. Some of the more common, sustained behavior changes and symptoms to watch out for are the following:

  • Hiding
  • Lethargy, or acting weak, tired or excessively sleepy
  • Poor or lack of appetite or acting finicky with meals
  • Excessive or voracious appetite
  • Weight loss over a short period of time
  • Excessive thirst
  • Excessive urination
  • Inappropriate urination or defecation

Although there are many other ways a pet can exhibit illness, the symptoms listed above may be subtle and not always picked up on right away. If you think your pet may be experiencing these or other changes in behavior, call our office to determine whether an examination is appropriate at this time.

Puppies, kittens, a rabbit, a guinea pig, a hamster, and a mouse.