Dr. Neil Bloom

Dr. Neil Bloom, a native of Monmouth County, grew up in Hazlet, New Jersey. He graduated Raritan High School in 1984 and then went on to earn his Bachelor of Science degree in Animal Science from Cook College – Rutgers University. In 1992, he earned his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from Michigan State University.

He is a member of the AVMA, NJVMA, and the MNJVMA.

He has worked with many Rescue Groups including MAGDRYL, New Life Boxer Rescue, Adopt a Boxer, Boxer Angels Rescue, Whiskers, Angel Paws, and Holisticat Cat Rescue.

Dr. Bloom lives nearby in Middlesex County with his family including 6 rescue dogs and a cat. Outside of work, he enjoys skiing, running, biking and playing softball. He is an AAU Nationally Certified 6th Degree Black Belt in Tae Kwon Do. He was the 2013 National Champion in Point Sparring, 5 time NJ State forms Champion (2013-2017), and 2011, 2015, and 2017 NJ State Point Sparring Champion. He is certified as both a tournament official and coach. He also volunteers as an Instructor at Fastkix Tae Kwon Do in Spotswood, NJ.

Dr. Raphael Cavalieri

Bio coming soon!

Phyllis Bloom, Business Manager

Phyllis is a native of Middlesex County, who grew up in Edison and graduated John P. Stevens High School. She then went on to earn her Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology and Sociology from Douglass College – Rutgers University followed by a Master of Social Work Degree, from Rutgers University. She continued her Post-Masters coursework at University of Phoenix and Seattle-Pacific University. She is a licensed clinical social worker and a licensed clinical alcohol and drug counselor.

She handles all the behind the scenes business operations to keep things running smoothly. In her spare time, she enjoys time with family including their two children, Jessica and Zachary, friends and all of the animals in the Bloom zoo!

Reception Staff

Sam, Trish & Ellisse

The Team

Dr. Bloom, Sam, Dr. Baum, Trish, Jacob, Ashley, Phyllis & Ellisse

The Staff

Trish, Ashley, Skylar, Dr. Baum & Phyllis