Newtown Square Veterinary Hospital is excited to open our doors in late fall 2016! We will be accepting appointments soon. Follow us on social media to learn more, or feel free to contact us at for more information.

About Us

Newtown Square Veterinary Hospital is a progressive, privately owned, boutique-style, full service veterinary hospital created by Dr. Heather DiGiacomo, VMD. Dr. DiGiacomo has over a decade of experience in small animal medicine and surgery.


NSVH is a full-service animal hospital, providing comprehensive wellness, medical and surgical care for small animals. We are proud to feature the most modern diagnostic and surgical equipment, allowing us to provide the highest standard of care for our patients.

Your Pets

We welcome pets of all shapes and sizes: dogs, cats, rabbits, chickens, ferrets and more! NSVH has been certified as a "Cat Friendly Practice" and a "Fear Free" practice. We embrace fear-free handling techniques to ensure your pet enjoys visiting with us.



Dr. DiGiacomo has treated our fur-kids (2 cats) for over 5 years. She is a brilliant, compassionate and kind veterinarian. She has helped us through various ailments and stages with our animals. Dr.DiGiacomo is a veterinarian who listens to our concerns, personalizes treatment and gives us professional advice like it’s coming from a friend. Her presence is warm and welcoming. She goes above and beyond because she genuinely cares. I know my animals are receiving the best care with Dr. DiGiacomo.

Amanda, NSVH Client

Read The NSVH Blog


June 25, 2014

Don’t Call Me Olivia!

By Dr.D | In

*Update* Oliver has officially been adopted! See the comments at the bottom of this blog for more on his happy ending.   This story has a happy ending, but a not-so-pleasant beginning. Most of you know that Malvern Veterinary Hospital is fortunate to work with an amazing rescue group called Senior Dog Haven and Hospice […]

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Happy cat

September 9, 2016

Happy Cat Month

By Dr.D | In

My friends at the CATalyst Council have designated September as Happy Cat Month, and for good reason. Despite the fact that there are significantly more pet┬ácats than dogs in America (75 million cats vs. 69 million dogs), dogs come to the vet more than twice as often as cats. Many cats go to the vet […]

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February 4, 2014

Brusha, Brusha, Brusha: Five Essentials of Dental Care

By Dr.D | In

February is National Pet Dental Health Month. Yay for oral hygiene! As I previously discussed, dental disease is the most prevalent illness in our domestic dogs and cats, but the good news is that it can be prevented more readily than many diseases we see. There are so many misconceptions about pet dental health, treatment […]

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