Showing posts from May, 2018

World Of Animals Veterinary Hospitals' Sunday Funday To Benefit Red Paw Emergency Relief Team This Sunday June 3rd

The Bensalem K9 Unit will again be performing at our charity event: World Of Animals' Sunday Funday to benefit Red Paw Emergency June 3rd from 10a-3p (K9 unit demo around 1pm) Please join us this Sunday.

Foreign Body Obstruction In Cats Montgomery County Veterinarian

When a cat swallows or consumes a foreign object that is too large to pass through the GI tract, they become obstructed. As a cat owner, you may have found that your cat has developed a certain liking to a particular item in your household, common Foreign Material ingested include strings, threads, rubber hair ties, rubber bands, and small balls or toys.

Dental Care Veterinary Hospital In Montgomery County

The health of your Pet’s Teeth is crucial for his or her overall health. Periodically checking your pet’s teeth will allow you to determine the state of their oral health. Here at the World of Animals at Elkins Park, we provide our patients with the most modern use of technology to prevent early periodontal disease.

Sunday Funday Presented By World Of Animals

World of Animals Veterinary Hospital will be hosting their Fourth Annual Sunday Funday to benefit Red Paw Emergency Relief Team on Sunday, June 3rd from 10am-3pm at 3258 Knights Road, Bensalem PA 19020.

World of Animals' Sunday Funday is a day for pets and pet lovers, young and old, to get together to benefit displaced pets in our region. The day will include music, food, games, canine demonstrations and lots of fun! We will have pet-friendly vendors, as well as rescue organizations with dogs and cats looking for their forever homes. We would like to do more for this wonderful organization and with your help, we can! In order to make this event truly successful, we are looking for help in spreading the word about this worthy organization.

In 2011 when World of Animals opened it's first Veterinary Hospital, Red Paw Emergency Relief Team was being founded by a Philadelphia fire Fighter. Red Paw Emergency Relief Team is an emergency response organization whose mission is to assis…

Our Veterinary Services For Our Montgomery County Hospital

We’re pleased to offer the following Services to both dogs and cats in our World of Animals, Inc. at Elkins Park Servicing Pets in Philadelphia, Montgomery, and Bucks County.

Check Out Our Upcoming Events And Fundraisers At World Of Animals Veterinary Hospital

World Of Animals, Inc. would like for everyone to come join us for our Upcoming Events and fundraisers. We will have raffles, demonstrations, prizes, adoptable pets, music, and food. Plus much more.

Ear Mites In Kittens Montgomery County Veterinary Hospital

Ear Mites are contagious, cause itchiness, head shaking, and often cause dark to black debris to accumulate inside of your kitten’s ears. If you suspect your kitten has ear mites, we recommend scheduling an Appointment with our Veterinary Team who will perform a complete physical examination, microscopic evaluation for ear mites, and discuss the appropriate treatment options for your kitten.

Appointment Form Elkins Park Veterinary Hospital

World of Animals at Elkins Park we strive to provide quality veterinary care for our patients while delivering exceptional customer service to our clients. In order to provide better service to you, World of Animals at Elkins Park works with an Appointment based system.

Veterinary Hospital Located In Montgomery County PA

World of Animals at Elkins Park we strive to provide quality veterinary care for our patients while delivering exceptional customer service to our clients. We know your pets are more than pets; they are family. Our doctors and staff are all pet owners too, and we treat your pets as if they were our own.

Montgomery County Microchip Veterinary Hospital

Our hospital offers chip implantation and handles the paperwork necessary to register the chip for you. Our microchips have lifetime registration FREE with the price of the chip implantation. Microchips are an inexpensive and effective way to maintain permanent pet identification. A microchip can be implanted at any age in both dogs and cats.