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Labor Day Weekend Ready!!

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Safety Tips For When You Go On A Hike With Your Dog

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Hiking with your best friend is a great way for both of you to get some exercise and enjoy nature. Visit your veterinarian to make sure your dog is up to date on his vaccinations, especially rabies, leptospirosis, and in the Northeast US, Lyme disease. These are all diseases your dog could be at risk for as he explores nature with you. Ask your veterinarian for a copy of his health certificate to tuck in your backpack just in case.

Handsome German Shepherd Kodiak

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Veterinary Hospital Montgomery County, PA

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Here at 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 just pets; they are family. Our doctors and staff are all pet owners too, and we treat your pets as if they were our own.

Kitten Adoption Event This Sunday August 19th From 1-3pm At Our Montgomery County Veterinary Hospital

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Kittens from Meraki Animal Sanctuary will be at our veterinary hospital looking for their furever homes. Any adopted from the event will receive a certificate for a free exam to any of our World Of Animals, Inc locations. So stop on in this Sunday August 19th, 2018 from 1-3pm at our location at 8023 Old York Rd. Elkins Park, PA 19027.

Adorable Rottweiler Puppy At Our Montgomery County Veterinary Hospital

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Happy International Cat Day!!!!

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Bingo's Foundation Kitten Adoption Event At Our Bensalem, PA Veterinary Hospital Location This Sunday August 5th

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Stop On In This Sunday To Give One Of These Little Ones A Furever Home!!!!

Learn About How Microchips Can Help Keep Your Pets Safe If He/She Ever Get Lost

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One of the most upsetting and traumatic experiences that a pet owner can go through is the loss of their beloved friend. Here at the World of Animals at Elkins Park, we offer the service of implanting Microchips into your pets. Microchips are the best way to ensure that your pet is returned safely if lost.