Category Archives: Service


We believe in a multi-modal approach to address illness and pain in animals, which is why we offer laser therapy in our hospital.  Our class IV laser therapy unit can be used in surgery as well as to treat many common ailments in pets.  Laser therapy is a drug-free, non-invasive treatment that uses light energy […]


In order to provide you with as many services as possible in our facility that your pets know and are comfortable in, we have a Cardiologist who comes to evaluate your pet right in our hospital.  This service allows us to gain more information about your pet’s heart if we hear a murmur, arrhythmia, or […]


If your pet is in need of an orthopedic surgery, such as fracture repair or cruciate ligament surgery, in many cases we can have an Orthopedic Surgeon who comes to our hospital.  They can perform initial consults as well as perform the surgery right here at Pennridge Animal Hospital.  This allows us to continue to […]


We offer a variety of soft tissue surgeries, both routine and emergency.  These surgeries include:  lump removal, foreign body removal, bladder stone removal, splenectomy, and gastric dilation and volvulus (bloat), just to name a few.  For smaller skin tags and lumps, we have an electrocautery unit that can be used to remove these growths with […]


At visits with your new puppies and kittens we will discuss all of the benefits, including behavioral and health benefits, of spaying and neutering your pet.  We generally recommend these surgeries when your pet is around 6 months of age.  Our knowledgeable staff can answer any questions you have about the surgery and the recovery […]


We offer a brand new state of the art digital x-ray machine at our practice. We use radiographs to get a better look inside the body at your pet’s major organ systems – such as the heart, lungs, liver, spleen, bladder, intestines, and bones, to help diagnose diseases quickly.  Our x-ray machine takes images of […]

Preventative Health Care

During your visit we perform a full “head-to-tail” examination.  Examining all of your pet’s major organ systems provides us with the opportunity to make sure your pet is in good health, and free from any medical problems that will affect his/her quality of life.  Bringing your pet in for yearly visits when they are healthy […]

Senior Care

Did you know that pets are considered seniors around age 7?  Your pet’s health care needs – such as nutrition, exercise, and daily routines – change as they age.  We will help you identify the difference between “normal” aging changes and potential medical issues.  Continued regular exams and preventative care are an important part of […]

Hospice and End of Life Care

We know how difficult end of life decisions and care regarding your pet can be for you and your family.  If your pet is suffering from a terminal medical condition that causes pain or a declining quality of life, let us help you through this process.  We can discuss together ways to keep your pet […]


Does your pet have bad breath?  Although this may just mean to you that you don’t let your pet lick your face anymore, bad breath is a sign of an unhealthy mouth full of bacteria.  A full oral exam is always part of our complete physical exam, where we will look for tartar, gum disease, […]