Compassionate vet care you can trust
We provide comprehensive medical services and integrative therapies for cats and dogs in the Greater Philadelphia area.
Your pet’s comfort comes first
Providing a fear-free patient experience is the cornerstone of our practice: from transparent communication about our services to low-stress handling, our goal is always to provide the highest quality of care for your four-legged best friend.
Along with conventional medical care, dentistry, and vaccinations, we also offer alternative therapies for cats and dogs – including acupuncture, laser therapy, and PEMF (Pulsed Electromagnetic Field Therapy).
Our medical services
At Fishtown Animal Hospital, we offer comprehensive medical services and integrative therapies for cats and dogs in the Greater Philadelphia area, including:
Compassionate, stress-free veterinary care
Whether it’s for a routine wellness checkup, a dental examination, or surgery, you can count on our team treating your pet like one of our own. We truly believe in the power of the human-animal bond, and will always go the extra mile to make your pet feel safe and comfortable at your appointment.
Our happy customers
Best first Vet experience! Everyone was extremely knowledgeable & helpful! Mona had a great time!Ryan, Mona's Owner
Always the best!Chris, Blue’s Owner
My two GSD Bogie & Georgia love Fishtown Animal Hospital. The best love & care are always given to them. All the staff are extremely friendly and accommodating.Phil, Bogie & Georgia’s Owner
Fishtown Animal Hospital emphasizes the importance of the human-animal bond. Utilizing a combination of conventional and alternative medicine, we facilitate long-term relationships between companion animals and their families.
We offer comprehensive compassionate medical care and integrative therapies for companion animals in the Greater Philadelphia region, near the surrounding communities of Fishtown, Northern Liberties, and Olde Kensington.
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For curbside appointments, clients will call to check in and wait outside until the technician comes out to retrieve your pet. You will be required to wear a mask over your nose and mouth while interacting with staff. A doctor will call during the appointment and at that point you will have the opportunity to discuss any concerns you may have about your pet.
For in-person appointments, including technician appointments and medication pickups, clients will be able to come inside the office with their pets.