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Welcome to Country Companion Animal Hospital

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Twin Valley Community Education Foundation

The Twin Valley Community Education Foundation supports Twin Valley schools, students, and the community by providing financial support to school programs and projects, scholarships to students, and classes and events to the community.  In the past 6 years, TVCEF has awarded over $100,000 to Twin Valley school programs and scholarships!  CCAH is a longtime supporter of TVCEF.  To learn more, please visit www.tvcef.org 

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Morris Animal Foundation

Morris Animal Foundation works to improve and protect the health of animals through scientific innovation, education and inspiration.  CCAH is proud to provide ongoing support to the Foundation, and its commitment to fight animal diseases worldwide in species ranging from cats and dogs to horses and alpacas; amphibians and wildcats to anteaters and elephants.  Visit Morris Animal Foundation at www.morrisanimalfoundation.org.

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LaMancha Animal Rescue

LaMancha Animal Rescue a no-kill rescue, located in Unionville, Pennsylvania that was originally formed as an alternative to the slaughterhouse for ex-racehorses.  LaMancha Animal Rescue is the only federally recognized Karelian Bear Dog Rescue.  Today LaMancha rescues and finds homes for not only horses but also dogs, cats, goats and the occasional exotic animal that requires more space or specialized knowledge than most SPCAs can offer.  CCAH provides ongoing support to the LaMancha Animal Rescue.  Please visit www.lamanchaanimalrescue.org.

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Caitlin Robb Foundation

CCAH is proud to provide ongoing support to the Caitlin Robb Foundation.  To date, the foundation, through its Arizona and Delaware Valley chapters, has combined to gift over $1.9 million to children's cancer research and patient need programs.  We encourage you to visit www.caitlinrobbfoundation.org to learn more about its mission to continue the search for cures for all forms of pediatric cancer and to assist children and families in need.​​

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Brandywine Valley SPCA

Founded in 1929, the Brandywine Valley SPCA exists to end animal suffering and to involve the entire community in the welfare and well-being of animals.  CCAH provides ongoing support to the BVSPCA.  Please visit https://bvspca.org for more details.