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Compassionate family pet care - for LIFE
Our mission is to provide the highest quality veterinary healthcare for our clients’ beloved pets. We will provide this care in a professional manner with a compassionate, personal touch. We resolve to continually earn the respect and trust that our clients have placed in us in every visit.
Our hospital provides quality pet care, with a personal touch, to our clients and their pets. With over 60 years combined experience, our knowledgeable and caring veterinarians emphasize total pet health and wellness throughout the lifetime of every pet. We pride ourselves on our compassionate and professional staff that treats our client’s pet as if they were their own. We are committed to educating clients about their pet’s health as they develop and grow, into their senior years, as well as when sickness or injury occur. We are here to service our clients and their 4-legged family members as extensions of our own family.
Please submit serious inquiries to LVAHAnimal@gmail.com
The entire staff, from the receptionists, veterinary technicians, to the doctors and surgeons, is friendly, knowledgeable, and patient. I left one of my dogs with them for knee surgery, confident that she would get the best possible care. Pre-surgical, surgical, and post-surgical care were excellent, and the explanations were exceptionally thorough! Both of my fur-babies go to Lehigh Valley Animal Hospital, even though there are several veterinarians much closer to where I live. There is no other place, no group of veterinary staff, in whom I would entrust their care. I HIGHLY recommend them!!
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