Cranford Animal Hospital was founded in 1983 by Dr. Saul Zucker to offer compassionate veterinary care to the animals of Cranford and neighboring towns. In 2014, Dr. Nazar Pereymybida and his wife, Dr. Goosyl Han had the pleasure of becoming the new owners of this hospital.
Since 1983, Cranford Animal Hospital earned a reputation of family friendly, responsive and dedicated veterinary practice. We always strive to provide the best veterinary medicine and the best patient care.
We believe that your pet should be treated with love and care just like they received at home. That is why we carefully select our staff based on their training on animal skills and customer service. Our staff is made up of pet lovers, just like you.
Veterinarians of Cranford Animal Hospital are members of AVMA, NJVMA and are USDA certified we also follow guidelines of AAHA. Our staff attends continuous education seminars and trainings.
Veterinarian Nazar Pereymybida received his doctorate degree at LAVM, Ukraine. He then completed his clinical training at Iowa State University, College of Veterinary Medicine. In addition, he has received certification for regenerative stem cell therapy, completed courses of endoscopy and ultrasonography. Dr. Nazar has been practicing veterinary medicine for over 14 years. His experience ranges from solo veterinarian practice to multi-doctor specialty to emergencies. Since 2011, he is a proud partner of Fort Lee Animal Clinic. Dr. Nazar is an USDA Accredited Veterinarian, a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association and New Jersey Veterinary Medical Association. As a veterinarian, Dr. Nazar devotes his time to help Bergen County Animal Shelter and their pets.
Special interests: Ophthalmology, Preventative medicine, Dermatology.
Languages: English, Ukrainian, Polish and Russian.