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Allpets Housecalls

Philadelphia, PA 19119
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Allpets Housecalls can serve pets at homes throughout the Philadelphia area, including South Philadelphia, Roxborough, Chestnut Hill, Kensington, Fishtown, and Mount Airy. The mobile clinic’s veterinary doctors can provide exams, vaccinations, and euthanasia. Additionally, a range of surgical and dental procedures are available, including spays, neuters, declaws, cancer removal, teeth cleaning, and teeth extraction.

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Animedic Veterinary Clinic

Philadelphia, PA 19127
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Animedic Veterinary Clinic, the private practice of Dr. Jennifer Jones, treats all types of pets, not just cats and dogs. Emergency service is available as well as a range of preventive treatment options. Pet owners interested in visiting Animedic Veterinary Clinic may set up an appointment through the clinic’s online scheduling system.

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Ardmore Veterinary Hospital

Ardmore, PA 19003
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At Ardmore Veterinary Hospital, Philly Metro area cats and dogs receive preventive and emergency health care services in the fields of dentistry, pain management, and vaccination. Pet owners who want their companions to receive routine exams and immunizations can bring them into Ardmore Veterinary Hospital for a wellness visit. Ardmore Veterinary Hospital does not provide emergency care. Notably, the clinic is American Animal Hospital Association accredited and has been named a “Cat-Friendly Practice” by the American Association of Feline Practitioners.

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Bree's Animal Hospital

Philadelphia, PA 19136
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Bree's Animal Hospital is a Philly clinic, founded in 1947, that treats pets from all over the city and the surrounding areas. Dr. Conrad Robjejo, a veterinary orthopedic and soft tissue surgeon, has owned and led the practice since 1990. In addition to surgical care, Dr. Conrad and his assistants provide exams, vaccinations, boarding, and grooming.

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Caring Hands Veterinary Clinic, LLC

Philadelphia, PA 19114
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Caring Hands Veterinary Clinic, LLC is the Philadelphia-based private veterinary practice of Sajeesh Thomas, DVM. Dr. Thomas has been practicing since 2003 after he graduated from the Assam Agricultural University in India. His practice, which has been accredited by the American Animal Hospital Association, provides Philadelphia-area companion animals with vaccinations, dental care, radiography and other diagnostic procedures, and emergency care.

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Center City Veterinary Hospital

Philadelphia, PA 19106
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Center City Veterinary Hospital, based in Philadelphia, is a veterinary practice that was founded by Michael Cohen, VMD. Dr. Cohen, who has been practicing since 2002, has experience treating traumatic injuries, metabolic issues, obstetrical emergencies, and other pet health problems. He is a member of the Veterinary Information Network, and he leads Center City Veterinary Hospital alongside colleagues Beverly Johan, VMD, and Tamara Mengine, DVM, DABVP.

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Compassion Veterinary Clinic

Blue Bell, PA 19422
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Compassion Veterinary Clinic is a local practice helping dogs, cats, rabbits, and other companion animals. Philly Metro area families may bring their pets to the clinic for emergency care, advanced surgical treatments, or routine procedures such as spaying, neutering, microchipping, and vaccination. Compassion Veterinary Clinic has two locations, the first in Blue Bell and the second in Northeast Philadelphia.

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Delco Veterinary Hospital

Sharon Hill, PA 19079
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Delco Veterinary Hospital, which has served Philly Metro pets for more than 35 years, is a veterinary clinic in Sharon Hill. Services available, besides boarding and grooming, include preventive, surgical, orthopedic, dental, and ophthalmological treatments. Dr. Linda Mapp, the practice’s owner, received her VMD from the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine.

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Fishtown Animal Hospital

Philadelphia, PA 19125
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Fishtown Animal Hospital is a relatively new veterinary clinic, based in Philadelphia since April 2015. Dr. Lauren Cohn, DVM, CVA provides their canine and feline patients with vaccinations, acupuncture, laser therapies, nutritional counseling, and a variety of veterinary pharmaceutical treatments.

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Hope Veterinary Specialists

Malvern, PA 19355
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In addition to 24/7 emergency care, the Malvern-based office Hope Veterinary Specialists has been providing a range of advanced treatment options, including pain management, surgical procedures, dentistry, internal medicine, neurology, and oncology, since its founding in 2004. The clinic comprises a large team of qualified veterinary doctors who can work with cats and dogs of any age.

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Liberty Veterinary Clinic

Philadelphia, PA 19128
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At Liberty Veterinary Clinic, Philadelphia Metro area families can bring in their pets for dental, surgical, and pharmaceutical care, as well as routine wellness exams. Leading the clinic is Dr. Caroline Patten, who received a VMD, as well as a Ph.D. in Neuroscience, from the University of Pennsylvania. She is particularly experienced in dental medicine, emergency care, and soft tissue surgery.

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Pet Health Center

Philadelphia, PA 19134
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Pet Health Center is an emergent, urgent, and preventive care clinic that serves companion animals in the greater Philadelphia area. Dr. James Wilson and his son Dr. Michael Wilson are the practice’s Doctors of Veterinary Medicine, treating not just dogs and cats but also rabbits, gerbils, hamsters, and reptiles.

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Philadelphia Animal Hospital

Philadelphia, PA 19153
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Dr. Lawrence Rebbecchi, VMD founded Philadelphia Animal Hospital in 1991, as a small practice providing medical care to family pets from all over the city and the surrounding areas. Dr. Rebbecchi, an alumnus of the University Of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine, has served on the same institution’s Admissions Board. With his colleagues Dr. Kipp Chapman and Dr. Kimberly Lockhart, he provides pets with dental, ophthalmological, surgical, and behavioral care.

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Radbill Animal Hospital

Philadelphia, PA 19116
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Radbill Animal Hospital, in Philadelphia, is a veterinary office treating and immunizing pets from all over the city and the surrounding areas. Among its services are animal dentistry, laser declawing, nutritional counseling, and grooming. Dr. Steven Radbill, VMD, the practice’s owner and primary doctor, has been working as a Philly vet since 1975 when he graduated from the University of Pennsylvania’s veterinary program.

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The Cat Doctor

Philadelphia, PA 19130
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The Cat Doctor, established in Philadelphia in 1983, is a feline medical clinic. The practice’s six veterinary doctors are competent in a range of fields, including surgery, dentistry, preventive treatments, and alternative health care services, such as acupuncture. The Cat Doctor is accredited by the American Animal Hospital Association, and it is an affiliate of the American Association of Feline Practitioners.

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The Pet Mechanic

Philadelphia, PA 19147
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The Pet Mechanic, founded in 2010, gives medical care to dogs and cats from all over the Philadelphia area. The practice has two offices in the city, one in Northern Liberties and the other in Center City, on South Street. Services include radiology, nutritional guidance, surgical care, and routine wellness exams.

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Vetter Pet Care

3720 Spruce St, Philadelphia, PA 19104
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Vetter Pet Care is a mobile veterinarian service providing in-home pet care throughout Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and Baltimore, Maryland. Founded in 2016 to address the frustration of pet owners struggling to visit traditional vets, the company brings the service to the family's home. It provides four standard services which it calls General, to cover standard care, Puppy Wellness and Kitten Wellness, to ensure that they have the best protection, and End of Life Care, to ease the passing of older pets.

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VRC Specialty Hospital

Malvern, PA 19355
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VRC, formerly known as “Veterinary Referral Center,” is a specialty veterinary hospital in Malvern, PA. They provide feline and canine patients with cancer treatment options, advanced surgical and diagnostic services, physical rehabilitation, and 24/7 emergency and critical care.

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World of Animals at Rittenhouse

Philadelphia, PA 19146
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The Philadelphia veterinary clinic World of Animals at Rittenhouse provides the area’s pets with physical exams, spaying and neutering, vaccinations, flea and tick control, allergy testing, heartworm prevention, and surgical care. The practice has three additional offices (in Mayfair, Elkins Park, and Huntingdon Valley), and provides digital radiology, digital dental radiology, and an in-house lab for basic diagnostic blood work. As a partner of the nonprofit organization Red Paw Emergency Relief Team, the clinic works to provide shelter and some medical treatment for animals injured and displaced in residential disasters free of charge.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Q: How much do veterinary assistants/technicians make?

A: Veterinary assistants typically earn about $13.75 an hour, or $28,590 per year. Vet technicians, on average, make $17 per hour, or $35,320 per year for full-time employment.

Q: What do veterinary technicians do?

A: Vet technicians serve many roles in the clinic. They act as surgical nurses, lab and radiography technicians, and supervisors to veterinary assistants. Technicians also meet with pet owners and usually provide the initial exam of their animal. They can administer vaccines and medications, but are not allowed to write prescriptions or provide a diagnosis without veterinarian approval.

Q: What do veterinary assistants do?

A: Vet assistants help veterinarians and technicians with their daily tasks, set up equipment, and clean key areas of the clinic, such as kennels and operating rooms. There are certification programs for vet assistants, but most are trained for these tasks on the job.

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