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Dr. Joseph Friedlander, DVM

Being a veterinarian has been my dream since high school. Upon graduating from veterinary school I worked in a small animal practice in Monmouth County. I joined Adamston Veterinary Clinic in 1992 and became a partner the following year. In 2007 my partners retired and I became sole owner of AVC where I enjoy the daily variety general practice has to offer. My wife, Loreen and I have a daughter and 3 sons. We share our home with our cats and 2 birds.

Education

B.S. Cornell University, 1979

M.S. J.A. Baker Institute for Animal Health, 1982

D.V.M. Cornell Univeristy, 1986

 

Dr. Jason Fuchs, BVMS

Dr. Fuchs joined Adamston Veterinary Clinic in August of 2015.  Currently, Jason resides in Toms River, NJ. Jason's journey to becoming a veterinarian first started at Richard Stockton College where he obtained his Bachelor's in Biology.  Then he went across the Atlantic to Scotland where he graduated from the Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies and Surgery, University of Edinburgh in 2014.  Jason also helps his family with their non-profit organization, The Shiba Inu Rescue of New Jersey, for the last twelve years rescuing over 300 dogs in the process.  Currently Jason's family owns 11 dogs, 9 of them being Shiba Inus, 1 Jindo and 1 Belgian Shepard Cross.  Jason enjoys bowling, basketball and raquetball.  He loves roller coasters, reading comics and mangas and going to the boardwalk.

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Richard Stockton College - Bachelor's in Biology

Royal School of Veterinary Studies and Surgery, Univeristy of Edinburgh, 2014

Areas of interest include: animal behavior, internal medicine and cardiology

Dr. Paul Tamas, DVM

Dr. Paul Tamas graduated from the UNIVERSITY of VETERINARY SCIENCE of BUDAPEST HUNGARY in 1972 and moved to the USA in 1976.
He attended an internship program at the Washington State University between 1980-1981 and completed a 3 year residency program in veterinary anesthesiology in The University of Tennessee College of Veterinary Medicine in 1984. Following the residency he taught veterinary anesthesiology in the University of Missouri College of Veterinary Medicine between 1984-1986. He had several publication in various veterinary journals. Following the teaching experience he started to working in several veterinary hospitals in Tennessee. He did move to New Jersey in 2000, since than he has worked as a relief veterinarian in several veterinary hospitals in New Jersey and Pennsylvania. He joined the Larchmont Animal Hospital in 2004 part time, Long Branch Animal Hospital in 2018 part time and the Adamston Animal Hospital in 2019 also part time.He is a member of the American Veterinary Association and he is a member of the Delaware Valley Veterinary Academia.
Dr Tamas, in his off time enjoys his classic Triumph car (attending car shows) camping, kayaking, biking, snow-skiing, traveling, listening to classical music and reading. Dr Tamas and his wife has 5 children and two are still at home and their miniature wire-haired dachshound Schnitzel.
He is on avid Tennessee Titan and University Tennessee football fan.

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UNIVERSITY of VETERINARY SCIENCE of BUDAPEST HUNGARY

Technicians And Front Desk

Office Manager Randie VanWagenen.  Tom Petoia, Amber Merwin, Diane Cottrell, Danielle Guedes, Amy Gentile, Jennifer Castoro, Brenden Bontorno, Jen Doherty-Mazzocci, Sahndyll Clair, Susan Boekholt, Molly Hermann, Kristy Krause, Terry DeTuro and Julie Zubrycki.

Techs

Our technicians and receptionists  here at Adamston Vet care about your pets! We also have up to 30 years experience.