Puppy and Kitten Exams
We know you have a lot of questions about your new family member and that’s why we’re here to help guide you through their first year of life.
Dogs and cats age much faster than humans. We pride ourselves in practicing preventative care medicine and recommend all pets have a checkup twice a year.
With so many animals living in close proximity, infectious diseases can spread quickly. Our vaccines are recommended based on your pet’s lifestyle and state requirements.
We know saying goodbye can be difficult. Our team will be there for you before, during, and after your pet crosses the rainbow bridge.
We carry what your pet needs, when they need them! No delivery needed, immediate pick up in our hospital.
pet high quality food is imperative. We’ll help you pick the right
brand for your pet's age and lifestyle.
From dental cleanings to digital dental x-ray, we offer full service dental care for dogs and cats.
From mass removals to wound repairs, our veterinarians are trained to provide
surgical services in a safe and pain-free manner.
Spay & Neuter
Not all pets
should be fixed at 6 months of age. Our veterinarians are up-to-date
on the most recent literature and can guide you on the best time to
spay or neuter your cat or dog.
If you’re traveling out of state or out of the country with your pet, please contact us to ensure you have the appropriate paperwork.
Our hospital has established relationships with board-certified specialists who can video or phone in when a second set of eyes are needed.
Whether your pet is itching and scratching or has a rash, our veterinarians take a full systemic approach to diagnosing and treating skin disease.
Our state-of-the-art ultrasound is able to image your pet’s body in real time. We offer comprehensive abdominal ultrasound seven days a week!
Emergency & Urgent Care
Emergencies and Urgent Care visits can be things such as:
If you feel your pet needs to be seen before you are able to get an appointment, our veterinarians will work to "squeeze" you in between scheduled appointments. When you arrive, our receptionists will be able to give you an estimate on how long you may have to wait in order to be seen.
Call or text for emergencies: 267-927-4838
When your pet has an eye injury, our ophthalmologist has the tools and expertise to address the problem. Our ophthalmologist can perform cataract surgery, eyelid mass removals and corneal ulcers, among other procedures.
Washington Ave. Animal Hospital’s surgeons are trained to perform advanced soft tissue and orthopedic surgeries ranging from fractures to knee injuries. We have a designated surgery suite with specialized equipment to support our surgery team.
Our on-site board-certified anesthesiologist works with our doctors and technicians to create safe anesthesia and pain management plans for pets with severe diseases. Local nerve blocks, epidurals and invasive monitoring are a few ways our hospital implements these protocols.
1920 Washington Ave.
Philadelphia, PA 19146