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Pocopson Veterinary Station

Pocopson Veterinary Station Providing your furry friend with modern, high quality care in a warm country vet atmosphere. We're here for all of your small animal veterinary need!

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Jasmine (a 150 lb Mastiff) was trying to pose as a human today in hopes that she would escape her appointment. She is su...
03/16/2022

Jasmine (a 150 lb Mastiff) was trying to pose as a human today in hopes that she would escape her appointment. She is such a sweet girl. 💕

Our PVS family had a fun and creative night celebrating Dr Eriksson’s Birthday!!
02/26/2022

Our PVS family had a fun and creative night celebrating Dr Eriksson’s Birthday!!

02/24/2022
***PLEASE SHARE***Help Karacken find his way back home. He is a 7 year old neutered male German Sheppard. He chased deer...
02/14/2022

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Help Karacken find his way back home. He is a 7 year old neutered male German Sheppard. He chased deer on his walk along the trail on S Wawaset around 6pm on 2/13/22. His tracks led toward Davidson-Locust Hill Rds in Pocopson Township. He has a brown leather collar on. If you or anyone you know has seen him or has any information, please call 215-901-3833

**PLEASE SHARE***This handsome young boy is Martin. He is a super sweet neutered male. He is so much fun and loves to ju...
01/27/2022

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This handsome young boy is Martin. He is a super sweet neutered male. He is so much fun and loves to jump up onto your shoulder. Martin has so much love to give. He must go to a home with no other pets. He is up to date on all vaccinations and is fiv/felv negative. If you or anyone you know are interested in the sweet boy… please give us a call for more information and to come and meet him. 610-793-3200

January is a great time to start new healthy habits. To celebrate the new year, January is recognized as National Walk Y...
01/05/2022

January is a great time to start new healthy habits. To celebrate the new year, January is recognized as National Walk Your Pet Month! Routine walks can help keep your pet healthy and maintain a healthy weight.

We hope that you are having a wonderful holiday weekend with your family and loved ones!
12/25/2021

We hope that you are having a wonderful holiday weekend with your family and loved ones!

Our friend Bleu paid us a special visit today! Merry Christmas everyone!
12/23/2021

Our friend Bleu paid us a special visit today! Merry Christmas everyone!

Vaccinating your pet is crucial for them to live a long and healthy life. Call today to schedule your pet’s next vaccina...
12/22/2021

Vaccinating your pet is crucial for them to live a long and healthy life. Call today to schedule your pet’s next vaccination appointment!

Our team is composed of passionate animal lovers who are committed to making sure that your pet experiences care and com...
12/16/2021

Our team is composed of passionate animal lovers who are committed to making sure that your pet experiences care and compassion every time they walk in our office. Call us today to schedule their next visit.

Who doesn’t love sweets during the holidays? Your pets!Chocolate and xylitol are toxic for your pet when ingested. If yo...
12/10/2021

Who doesn’t love sweets during the holidays? Your pets!

Chocolate and xylitol are toxic for your pet when ingested. If you enjoy holiday baking, keep all ingredients out of your pet’s reach!

Remember to keep non-pet food away from your pets! Table scraps can add extra pounds to your pet, putting them at a high...
12/07/2021

Remember to keep non-pet food away from your pets! Table scraps can add extra pounds to your pet, putting them at a higher risk of health problems.

December is National Cat Lovers’ Month! Whether you have one cat or many, show us in the comments why you love them!
12/01/2021

December is National Cat Lovers’ Month! Whether you have one cat or many, show us in the comments why you love them!

You can be healed by puppy love! Research has shown that your blood pressure can lower simply by petting your furry frie...
11/28/2021

You can be healed by puppy love! Research has shown that your blood pressure can lower simply by petting your furry friend.

We are so thankful for you and your furry friends' continued care and support. From our families to yours, we hope you a...
11/25/2021

We are so thankful for you and your furry friends' continued care and support. From our families to yours, we hope you are having a wonderful holiday.

You can be healed by puppy love! Research has shown that your blood pressure can lower simply by petting your furry frie...
11/22/2021

You can be healed by puppy love! Research has shown that your blood pressure can lower simply by petting your furry friend.

Holiday stress can also affect your pet! If your pet gets overstimulated by new faces and noise, try giving them a toy i...
11/19/2021

Holiday stress can also affect your pet! If your pet gets overstimulated by new faces and noise, try giving them a toy in a safe and quiet room. This can reduce their overall stress.

As the holidays are quickly approaching, ensure you are aware of what foods can be potentially harmful for your pet. Tur...
11/16/2021

As the holidays are quickly approaching, ensure you are aware of what foods can be potentially harmful for your pet. Turkey bones, ham and stuffing can all cause stomach discomfort in your pet.

This week is Human-Animal Relationship Awareness Week. The goal for this week is to expand knowledge about the variety o...
11/13/2021

This week is Human-Animal Relationship Awareness Week. The goal for this week is to expand knowledge about the variety of human-animal relationships to create safer and more compassionate communities for all!

Getting a new puppy or kitten is very exciting. The great companionship that a good pet can bring is very rewarding, but...
11/10/2021

Getting a new puppy or kitten is very exciting. The great companionship that a good pet can bring is very rewarding, but comes with a lot of responsibility and work. Our team is here to help you with your newest furry family member!

Today is National Canine Lymphoma Awareness Day. Did you know Canine Lymphoma is one of the most common cancers occurrin...
11/07/2021

Today is National Canine Lymphoma Awareness Day. Did you know Canine Lymphoma is one of the most common cancers occurring in canines? Routine vet visits allow our staff to keep an accurate benchmark on your pet’s overall health and help prevent certain conditions and diseases from worsening.

Overweight pets are at a higher risk of developing diabetes. Help manage your pet’s weight by monitoring their food cons...
11/04/2021

Overweight pets are at a higher risk of developing diabetes. Help manage your pet’s weight by monitoring their food consumption as well as scheduling routine wellness exams!

Happy November 1st! This month is National Senior Pet Awareness Month. If your senior pet needs to be seen for their ann...
11/01/2021

Happy November 1st! This month is National Senior Pet Awareness Month. If your senior pet needs to be seen for their annual exam, contact us today.

Remember not all pets enjoy wearing Halloween costumes. If your pet is wearing a costume this holiday, ensure they are s...
10/29/2021

Remember not all pets enjoy wearing Halloween costumes. If your pet is wearing a costume this holiday, ensure they are still able to move, eat and drink!

Halloween can be the spookiest night of the year, but keeping your pets safe doesn’t have to be tricky. Remember to keep...
10/26/2021

Halloween can be the spookiest night of the year, but keeping your pets safe doesn’t have to be tricky. Remember to keep your Halloween candy out of your pet's reach!

Fall is the perfect time to bundle up and enjoy an evening walk with your pet!
10/23/2021

Fall is the perfect time to bundle up and enjoy an evening walk with your pet!

Did you know the Labrador Retriever has been on the AKC's top 10 most popular breeds list for 30 consecutive years? This...
10/20/2021

Did you know the Labrador Retriever has been on the AKC's top 10 most popular breeds list for 30 consecutive years? This is longer than any breed!

October 17th – 23rd is National Veterinary Technician Week! We are grateful for our wonderful veterinary technicians eac...
10/17/2021

October 17th – 23rd is National Veterinary Technician Week! We are grateful for our wonderful veterinary technicians each and every week!

Spaying and neutering your pet can enhance their overall quality of life. Call us today to schedule your pet's spay or n...
10/14/2021

Spaying and neutering your pet can enhance their overall quality of life. Call us today to schedule your pet's spay or neuter procedure.

Preventative wellness visits allow our staff to discover health issues that may not have any outward symptoms. If your p...
10/11/2021

Preventative wellness visits allow our staff to discover health issues that may not have any outward symptoms. If your pet has not been to the vet this year, call and schedule their next visit today!

Treats are an excellent way to reward your pet for good behavior, but be mindful of how many you are giving them! Feedin...
10/08/2021

Treats are an excellent way to reward your pet for good behavior, but be mindful of how many you are giving them! Feeding your pet too many treats can cause your pet to become overweight.

Inflamed gums are an outward symptom of oral disease. In honor of Pet Wellness Month, schedule your pet's next dental cl...
10/05/2021

Inflamed gums are an outward symptom of oral disease. In honor of Pet Wellness Month, schedule your pet's next dental cleaning today!

Our PVS family is very sad to inform you that our beloved Po “Diddy” has gone to heaven. He was a very special, super sw...
10/04/2021

Our PVS family is very sad to inform you that our beloved Po “Diddy” has gone to heaven. He was a very special, super sweet asset to our practice. He loved laying on the bench in our windowsill watching everyone as they entered the office and waiting for treats anytime anyone walked by him! He will be greatly missed! RIP Po Diddy! We love you! 💙

October is National Pet Wellness Month. If you have questions on the best ways to provide love and care for your pet, ca...
10/02/2021

October is National Pet Wellness Month. If you have questions on the best ways to provide love and care for your pet, call us today!

Regular veterinary examinations are essential to keeping your pet healthy. Call us today to schedule your pet’s next vis...
09/29/2021

Regular veterinary examinations are essential to keeping your pet healthy. Call us today to schedule your pet’s next visit!

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2100 W Street Rd
West Chester, PA
19382

Opening Hours

Monday 8am - 7pm
Tuesday 8am - 5pm
Wednesday 8am - 5pm
Thursday 8am - 5pm
Friday 8am - 5pm
Saturday 8am - 12pm

Telephone

(610) 793-3200

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At Pocopson Veterinary Station, you can expect state of the art medical care for your four-legged companions. We believe in nurturing the human-animal bond and creating a harmonious relationship between people and animals. You can expect to be greeted by a courteous receptionist, clean exam rooms, friendly doctors, and caring technicians. We appreciate the role we get to play in your pet’s health care.

If you have any questions or comments about how we can care for your pet, please contact us today at (610) 793-3200 or via email. You may also request an appointment online here.

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Our vet, Pocopson Veterinary Station, has this adorable kitty for adoption! He can't live with other pets, but he's a total doll. Please contact them if you're interested!
Sending our thoughts and prayers to everyone at Pocopson Vet. We ordered food for Sulley from the online pharmacy and they sent the wrong bag. Sulley eats the RCVD K 9 Gastrointestinal High Fiber 17LB food and they sent the LOW FAT. I spoke to the pharmacy today and they are refunding us for that bag and are waiting for approval from you for the correct food. Hoping that can be approved and we can get the new food as Sulley is completely out and not eating what we have.
When you have been involved in rescue for as long as our Directors have been you understand the importance of a village. There is no doubt our wonderful village extended Phoebe’s quality of life. The support we received for Phoebe has been phenomenal and we are so grateful. First and foremost, her foster home amazed us on a daily basis. Despite many nights of lost sleep and many interrupted schedules they never complained and were always looking for more ways to improve Phoebe’s life over their own. We’d also like to acknowledge the following individuals who helped to enhance our girl’s life. Dr. Rachel Dialectos and the team at Wyomissing Animal Hospital Pocopson Veterinary Station Kellie Wensing - Petco Grooming, Pottstown Sarah McKillip - The House That Fur Built Mary Ann Geoff - The Mutt Hutt Kelly Cabot-Armour - The Virtuous Dog Shelly Young Lewis who generously donated diabetic supplies Our social media friends and family who provided so much support and encouragement Our friends that donated to support her care Phoebe’s fans who frequently visited public events when they knew Phoebe would be there On behalf of the ASR Board of Directors, we thank you all!
Is is pain or is it just Monday? (photo cred: Pocopson Veterinary Station) . #IVAPM #nopetpain #noanimalpain #catsofinstagram #catvet #nocatpain
This came in to our yard and is in Burnham, PA. Would you have any interest in purchasing?
It's National Veterinary Day and we'd like to thank all of the wonderful vets that work with us to keep our guests healthy. Veterinary care is a huge part of our intake process and we appreciate the practices that work with us. Wyomissing Animal Hospital Pocopson Veterinary Station Thank you from all of the ASR dogs!
Pork Chop is resting comfortably in foster care with the Cafe’s assistant manager. She earned a certificate of courage from Pocopson Veterinary Station for her bravery in surgery today! Unfortunately, Porky’s inner ear mass had grown so large it actually ruptured her eardrum, which caused a lot of bleeding the other day that led us to have her checked out. The mass has been mostly removed and biopsies are being sent out. We’re hoping the mass is benign. 🤞🏻 In addition to the mass removal, Porky had a few teeth extracted. More unfortunate news came during a pre-op exam, however. Porky’s knees were very swollen and after an x-ray, it seems she has pretty severe arthritis. Considering she is overweight and very sedentary, all of this made a lot of sense. At this time, Porky will be considered a special needs adoption. She is absolutely available for adoption and we will require impeccable veterinary references for anyone interested in adopting her. This sweet girl needs a loving home that will help her be as comfortable as possible for the length of her life (however long that may be)! We are still collecting donations to help pay for Porky’s surgery And impending medical bills. Please continue to share/donate and email [email protected] if you would be interested in sponsoring Porky until adopted. Until she returns to the Cafe, she is happy and purring in her own recovery suite. She is such a love! Shown here purring and kneading the towel in her cave. She is a true love bug and would be a wonderful addition to someone’s home.
Our sweet sweet Porky is undergoing surgery today at Pocopson Veterinary Station to remove a mass in her ear. Prior to Treetops, Porky was notorious for chronic ear infections and it was treated topically and never investigated further. We found out she has a mass and we’re not sure how bad it is yet. She will also be having some extensive dental work done. Thoughts for our little Pork Chop! Her vet bills total about $400. Can you help us out? Every little bit helps. Please share and like this post to help draw attention! Thank you for your support!
Our new arrival, Blondie just came back from a visit at Pocopson Veterinary Station and she's very sleepy! We hope Blondie will be out soon, but we're allowing her to take some time to acclimate to her new surroundings. She arrived on 2/13 after getting her shots and check-up. When we let her out this morning to explore the Cafe, she started to limp and we got very worried about her, so...off to the vet! Pocopson Vet was incredible with her. Thinking her limping was a reaction to her vaccines the other day, she was given some pain relief and is now sleeping off her trip. Blondie is about 5 years old, spayed, and up to date on her shots. She is very sweet and vocal! Come in next week to meet her! We hope she will be ready to socialize by then!
Reny wants to thank dr.kidd and everyone at pocopson vet for his handsome new Halloween bandana! Pocopson Veterinary Station
On behalf of Arctic Spirit Rescue and National Vet Tech Week, we'd like to thank everyone there that takes such great care of our ASR dogs!
It's National Vet Tech Week and Baloo is ready to share his favorite toy with his vet techs. We'd like to thank the techs at Wyomissing Animal Hospital and Pocopson Veterinary Station that take such great care of our ASR dogs. Don't forget to thank your vet techs this week!