For over 20 years, CCAH has provided high quality veterinary care to our patients in the Twin Valley area - Morgantown, Elverson, Honey Brook, and beyond. Our experienced team is committed to keeping your pets healthy and happy. We understand the special bond that our customers have with their pets, and we strive to treat them as part of our family!
Well-care examinations are the cornerstone of health care for your pet. Prevention is far easier, less costly, and safer than long term treatment., Routine physical examinations, up-to-date vaccinations, routine testing, and ongoing discussions of your pet's health allow the doctors at CCAH to ensure your pet stays healthy, and to catch minor problems before they become major problems.
We understand the concern you feel when your pet is feeling ill. As part of our commitment to providing compassionate care, we'll perform a thorough assessment of your pet, and give you all the options available to diagnose and treat illnesses to get your pet back to great health!
CCAH is a world-renowned canine reproduction facility. Our team has helped breeders both locally and internationally successfully manage breeding from beginning to end, using the latest in reproduction techniques. We are proud of our long track record of success, and our team, including board-certified reproduction specialists. Visit our reproduction page for more information.
Dentistry is a critical, often over-looked part of health care for your pet. Routine cleanings are needed to maintain the overall health of your pet. Additionally, a pet with dental disease is not only in pain, but is also at risk of developing serious diseases of the entire body. CCAH is pleased to provide routine care of your pet's teeth and to treat diseases of the mouth, gums, and teeth. Learn more about maintaining your pet's dental health.
If surgery is recommended, we perform a comprehensive pre-surgical examination, including testing to assess your pet's health and ensure the best possible outcome. Some of the procedures performed at CCAH include:
• Spays and Neuters
• Tumor removal
• Abdominal procedures
• Orthopedic procedures
• Exploratory surgery
• Dew-claw removal
• Ear flushing and surgical care
After surgery, pets are closely monitored by the doctors and staff. Round-the-clock monitoring is available at local emergency facilities. In addition, the doctors maintain close relationships with surgical specialists in the area. If necessary, patients can be referred to local specialists for care.
We have an on-site pharmacy supplied with prescription medications for preventive care and treatment of illnesses. We stock a wide range of veterinary drugs are stocked to ensure that the medication your pet needs is immediately available. This allows for rapid filling of needed prescriptions. In addition, the hospital stocks a complete supply of prescription foods needed to treat diverse illnesses such a kidney, cardiac, and intestinal disease. For the convenience of our customers, we've partnered with Vetsource to provide home delivery of foods and certain medications. Please visit our Vetsource site for more information.
In addition, CCAH uses both in-house laboratory equipment and commercial testing services to provide comprehensive testing and rapid results. Routine testing for blood counts and chemistries are done with state-of-the art equipment in the hospital and are available within hours. Other test results are usually available within 24 hours.
Our doctors and staff are experienced in caring for many types of exotic pets and are pleased to be able to offer care and guidance.
We treat a variety of exotic pets, including small mammals and reptiles.
Please be advised that not all of our staff members are experienced in caring for exotic pets, so it is strongly advised to call ahead to our office to schedule an appointment when our staff members with exotics experience are available.
Our doctors recommend that all cats and dogs receive identification microchips. These chips are tiny, rice-sized devices that contain valuable identification information to help your lost pet find its way home. During an office call, the chips are easily implanted under the skin and remain as a permanent means to identify your pet if lost. The chips are readable with a small hand-held scanner that allows the information to be retrieved rapidly and lets your pet be traced back to your home. Most veterinarians and animal shelters routinely scan for microchips, so your pet has a much better chance of being returned to you if the animal carries a microchip.
Our licensed and USDA-accredited veterinarians are qualified to examine animals requiring health certificates for travel or sale. The doctors can then issue the specialized certificates needed for selling or transporting pets. It is important to have a healthy pet when you are traveling or planning on selling your pet(s). If you have any questions about obtaining a Health Certificate for your pet(s), please contact us directly.
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