As you are aware Governor Wolf has forced closure on all non-life sustaining businesses.  We will continue to be open until otherwise advised. However, we are only able to see sick visits, emergency cases, and elective surgeries. We will also perform essential puppy and kitten vaccines to insure they are protected against diseases.
Starting May 11th, we will be prioritizing and contacting clients who are over due for time sensitive vaccines. We will be continuing curbside care and scheduling in two week increments until further notice.
If you are in need of any prescriptions or food please contact the office for more information about curbside pickup.

Effective immediately:
In efforts to continue to protect our staff an your family we will be continuing to limit contact with clients. Please be sure to have a mask upon arrival.
When you arrive for your appointment please stay in your car and call us. One of our technicians will take a history over the phone and discuss a plan.
The technician will prepare what they need then come out and bring your pet into the building. The Dr. will do a full exam and discuss plan. If there are other diagnostics that need to be done or at the end of the appointment the Dr. will call to go over findings and plan.
We will then collect payment over the phone and bring your pet back out to your car.
If you are sick please do not come, have someone else bring them in or reschedule for anther time.
We will continue to provide the best care for your furry friends Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday 8am until 8pm, Wednesday and Friday from 8am until 6pm. We understand that this is affecting everyone and greatly appreciate your kindness and support.
Please call our office if you have any questions or concerns 610-287-8960.We will keep you updated as we know more during these upcoming days.
Thank you,
Schwenksville Vet