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Camp Hill Animal Hospital

Camp Hill Animal Hospital WE ARE FULL SERVICE SMALL ANIMAL (CAT AND DOG) HOSPITAL & HAVE BEEN PROVIDING COMPREHENSIVE QUALITY The Camp Hill Animal Hospital is a full service small animal (cat and dog) animal hospital serving Camp Hill, Mechanicsburg, Harrisburg, and surrounding areas.

We have been providing comprehensive quality medical, surgical and dental care for your pets since 1962. We administer routine preventive care for healthy pets, early detection and treatment of disease as your pet ages, and complete surgical and medical care as appropriate throughout your pet's life.

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Going somewhere warm with your pet? Consider these tips and tricks for traveling with your pet so you can both have the ...
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Going somewhere warm with your pet? Consider these tips and tricks for traveling with your pet so you can both have the ultimate spring break experience. https://bit.ly/33NkVkA

Here are a few tips to help keep your pet safe and healthy this winter.
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Here are a few tips to help keep your pet safe and healthy this winter.

While playing outside this winter, watch for signs your dog may be getting too cold. Shivering? Not wanting to play? Scr...
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While playing outside this winter, watch for signs your dog may be getting too cold. Shivering? Not wanting to play? Scratching at the backdoor? It might be his way of telling you it’s time to come in and get warm.

While playing outside this winter, watch for signs your dog may be getting too cold. Shivering? Not wanting to play? Scr...
01/25/2022

While playing outside this winter, watch for signs your dog may be getting too cold. Shivering? Not wanting to play? Scratching at the backdoor? It might be his way of telling you it’s time to come in and get warm.

**PLEASE NOTE** Thank you for a wonderful 2021, & we look forward to caring for your furry loved ones in 2022. Our offic...
12/28/2021

**PLEASE NOTE**

Thank you for a wonderful 2021, & we look forward to caring for your furry loved ones in 2022. Our office will be CLOSED:

Friday 12/31 & Saturday 1/1

& will reopen Monday @ 8am

THANK YOU & Happy New Year!!!

For emergencies click here: https://www.camphillanimalhospital.com/emergency.html

Address

3804 Market St
Camp Hill, PA
17011

Opening Hours

Monday 8am - 7pm
Tuesday 8am - 7pm
Wednesday 8am - 7pm
Thursday 8am - 7pm
Friday 8am - 7pm
Saturday 8am - 11am

Telephone

(717) 737-8669

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Going somewhere warm with your pet? Consider these tips and tricks for traveling with your pet so you can both have the ultimate spring break experience. https://bit.ly/33NkVkA
Here are a few tips to help keep your pet safe and healthy this winter.
While playing outside this winter, watch for signs your dog may be getting too cold. Shivering? Not wanting to play? Scratching at the backdoor? It might be his way of telling you it’s time to come in and get warm.
While playing outside this winter, watch for signs your dog may be getting too cold. Shivering? Not wanting to play? Scratching at the backdoor? It might be his way of telling you it’s time to come in and get warm.