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Princeton Animal Hospital & Carnegie Cat Clinic

Puppy standing in the grass

Community Involvement

Dedicated To Our Community

Our hospital was recently published in Trends, AAHA's magazine for our involvement with Mercer County Community College. We've also been in involved in the following events:

Pet Support for Veterans

We are also a proud sponsor of the Pets for Patriots rescue mission. Pets for Patriots helps United States military veterans adopt a new pet friend while giving the most overlooked shelter dogs and cats hope and a home. Every day veterans take their own lives. Every eight seconds a dog or cat is put to sleep for lack of anyone to adopt them. Companion pet adoption saves two lives. Visit our Pets for Patriots site at CLICK HERE to learn more!

Fundraiser Events

Our practice also participates in various fund raisers. We encourage the community and our clients and accept donated pet food for homeless animals. We sincerely thank all our thoughtful clients and residents of Princeton, West Windsor, Plainsboro etc. who, each year, donate an overwhelming and generous supply of pet food for Easel Animal Rescue League.

Youth Charity Organization Donations

We have started carrying hand-made dog toys that are made by Youth Charity Organization (YCO), a local group in our community. We are accepting donations of $10.00 for the large toys and $5.00 for the small toys. 100% of the proceeds will be donated to Attitudes In Reverse (AiR) foundation, a non-profit that YCO chose to support. AiR helps communities face mental disorders through education. All proceeds from these cute toys will help provide mental health education to youth locally & nationally.

Flying Fur Rescue film

Flying Fur Rescue Film Screening

Our team supported the Flying Fur Rescue film screening in Princeton in June 2019! Flying fur is an animal rescue documentary and we had the pleasure of being invited to the screening! We had a table outside with information for adoptive pet parents looking to support animal rescue. Many rescue groups attended and it was a beautiful day! Please enjoy some of our photos!

West Windsor Community Day

West Windsor Community Day

We recently had the pleasure of being a part of West Windsor Community Day! A day that celebrated community, diversity, and unity. At our booth children got to play games and Rasha painted kid's faces! We gave out carnations to all the Moms that visited our booth for Mother's day and kids even got to pet our Technician Caety's dog Maddie! It was a beautiful day and we were so happy to be a part of such a wonderful, fun day! We love our community!

Lightbridge Academy

Lightbridge Academy

We recently visited Lightbridge Academy in Plainsboro to meet with the young students! Dr. Pope, Allie, and Melissa's pup Whren spoke to the students about dog safety and what it is like to be a veterinarian.  Whren soaked up all the attention while Dr. Pope and Technician Allie taught the students how to listen for a heartbeat. Everyone had so much fun!  How cute are they in their caps, shoe covers, and masks!

staff working with students

Mercer County Community College Programs

Our hospital's management team approached Mercer County Community College, in West Windsor Township, regarding a Veterinary Technician Assistant program. A program of this nature enables us to provide local Princeton area residents and surrounding areas, with the opportunity to expose this rewarding field to the public and offer training in veterinary medicine. Princeton Animal Hospital, in conjunction with Mercer County Community College, together developed the curriculum and officially began the first leg of this journey in 2010. Princeton Animal Hospital holds the honor of being the official on-site externship location. Providing support for such a community program is an exciting venture for our hospital and provides opportunities to students for future employment. READ MORE

Animal Behavior College is an online school, based out of California, for veterinary assistants to obtain their certification.  An important part of any coursework in the veterinary industry requires students to fulfill a certain number of hours in a clinical setting to gain hands-on experience. Princeton Animal Hospital & Carnegie Cat Clinic is thrilled to offer the support of our amazing team and our state of the art facility, to help our community's students fulfill their clinical hours. For more information on ABC, CLICK HERE.