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Registered Veterinary Technicians

Montclair Veterinary Hospital is extremely proud of our highly trained veterinary nursing staff. Our staff includes eight Registered Veterinary Technicians (RVT) and several experienced veterinary assistants that work directly with the veterinarians. RVTs assist with medical procedures, surgeries and dental cleanings. We require yearly continuing education credits from each staff member so that our staff remains highly trained and continually learning updated procedures. We are very fortunate to have a dedicated staff of professionals that enjoy being part of the Montclair Veterinary Hospital Team, while consistently contributing to its high standard of patient care.


Client Care Coordinators

The front desk staff of Montclair Veterinary Hospital has years of experience helping pets and their owners. Our Client Care Coordinators will help you arrange appointments, admissions and discharges, and they will answer any questions you may have about our practice and policies. The Client Care Coordinators are committed to great customer service and follow-up.


Gracie the Hospital Dog

Gracie the German Shorthaired Pointer has been sponsored as a candidate in the Montclair Pet Mayor's Race by Montclair Vet Hospital several times. She won Canine Commissioner in 2006, Vice Mayor in 2007, Pet Mayor in 2008, and Furst Officer in 2009, raising a total of _____ for the MVH Pet and Wildlife Fund.


Stella the Hospital Cat

Stella the hospital cat is not only the doyenne of the waiting room, she is now the star of her own book, written by nine-year-old Abbey Richter in 2013.

Stunning Stella, the Hospital Cat is available on Amazon Kindle, published by The Pet Concierge.

Stella lives at the hospital full-time and rules the roost from a basket on the counter, as you can see on the book cover. Some people don't realize that she's a real cat until they touch her.

Fortunately, Stella is good with other animals, never threatening the patients and always cooperating with the hospital dog, Gracie.

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