ASPCA Pet Health Insurance



Narberth Animal Hospital offers housing with large indoor cages and runs as well as outdoor runs. There is a separate wing for cats and exotics. We board exotics such as rabbits, ferrets, guinea pigs, reptiles and birds. Since the exotics require special cages and diets; it is highly recommended to bring your own cage and any diet/food/treat.

Exercise in outdoor runs and play area is provided twice daily at the minimum; often 4 times per day. Extra individual attention - such as playtime, brushing - can also be requested. Special care/attention is provided for puppies, kittens, older pets and those with special needs.

Our loyal and dedicated staff is fully trained so that they provide the best care and treatment of your pet while here. If a problem should arise while your pet is at our facility our staff will bring it to the attention of the veterinarian. The veterinarian will examine your pet and treat the condition appropriately.

Medical procedures, grooming procedures, and elective procedures can be scheduled during your pet's stay.

For the protection and safety of your pet and others in our care, it is necessary that all animals are current on vaccinations and fecal analysis. Please bring a vaccination certificate or have it faxed to us.

DOGS: Must have current rabies, distemper, lepto and kennel cough vaccinations.

CATS: Must have current rabies and distemper vaccinations.

If these requirements are not met, they will be performed during your pet's stay.

All dogs and cats will be checked for fleas and weighed. Also, to ensure that the facility and your pet remain flea-free, upon arrival and on the day of discharge all dogs and cats receive a tablet that kills any fleas present on the animal. This tablet is effective for 24 hours and is safe with other medications and flea and tick preventives.

Premium maintenance (Hill's Science Diet} diets - both dry and canned - are provided. If your pet is on a prescription diet, please bring the diet with you. You may bring your own pet's food; this will decrease the possibility of diarrhea from an acute dietary change.

You may bring personal belongings - toys, blankets, beds - for a touch of home. We will do everything possible to care for those items, but we cannot guarantee their safe return.

If your pet is on any medication, please bring it with you (clearly labeled). Our trained staff will ensure that the medications/treatments are completed. If your pet has any other special needs, please feel free to discuss these with the receptionist or veterinarian before your visit.

We offer several incentives for our frequent boarders. For every 5 stays within one year's time, you will receive one night of boarding free of charge. For extended stays of 14 days or more, a 5 percent discount is taken off the boarding fees.

Please feel free to fill out the Boarding Agreement (completed at every stay) and the New Client Form (if necessary) in advance.


Lab & Surgical Services

At Narberth Animal Hospital, we offer comprehensive surgical and state-of-the-art in-house testing in our modern full service lab and surgical area.

• Dental
• Spaying and neutering
• Urinalysis
• Blood tests
• Fecal tests
• Ultra-sound
• Exploratories

Remember, if you want your pet spayed or neutered, it's best to have the procedure at six months of age to help prevent behavioral problems, mammary cancer in females, prostate disease and testicular cancer in males, please note, we gladly accept spayed club certificate and local SPCA vouchers.



Many people don't know that a majority of pets have some level of dental disease by three years of age. Decreased interest in food or foul odors from your pets' mouth may be early signs of dental and gum disease. In addition to painful teeth and gums progressing dental disease can lead to more serious infecuons in the heart, kidneys or respiratory tract. Narberth Animal Hospital offers several options and dental hygiene packages so your pet can lead a long and healthy life.



Preventative Medicine

CatAt Narberth Animal Hospital we believe a healthy pet is a happy one. Early detection and prevention of minor maladies can lead to prevention of major health problems for your pet for many years. Our goal is to allow you to enjoy life with your animal as long as you possibly can. That's why we do preventatlive tests in house so we can provide you with faster results and timely treatment for your animal. When we do our check ups we check for life shortening conditions such as diabetes or kidney disease. We also provide weight loss diets to help prevent heart disease and joint problems.

We know that heartworm, fleas and ticks are common in the Delaware Valley and our comprehensive preventative approach to these common parasites will keep your pet vigorous and in good physical shape. As your animal ages, senior pets need more extensive and frequent risk assessment visitations so when your pet gets "long in the tooth" we recommend increased exercise routines and daily teeth brushing. We also practice in skin disease prevention identification and treatment. However, when the ravages of time finally catch up to your pet, we practice safe and extensive pain management to keep your animal comfortable after surgery and we provide pain relief for arthritis, cancer patients and other forms of chronic pain. No matter the age, we will keep your pet comfortable after all surgeries and offer nutraceuticals and nutritional supplements to treat the whole patient.