Cat Friendly. Gold Certified.

NSVH is proud to announce that we are now a Gold Certified Cat Friendly Practice by the American Association of Feline Practitioners.

Find out more about the AAFP and what this means for your cat.

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Newtown Square Veterinary Hospital

About Us

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

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.

Services

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

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Testimonials

Some of our patients

We have used Dr. DiGiacomo’s extraordinary veterinary services for years for several of our furry family members. She has a wonderful bedside manner with her patients and makes us feel at ease especially with animals that may have been suffering longer term illnesses. With a multiple pet household, she always makes it simple and easy for us and more importantly, offers different options in terms of care and treatment.

Martha, NSVH Client
Ruthie is one of our patients

I couldn’t be happier with the care with which Dr. DiGiacomo has been providing my animals since 2010. She always takes as much time as is necessary to make sure they are comfortable during the exam and to answer my questions about their health. She is thorough, thoughtful, patient and, most of all, incredibly knowledgeable. Dr. DiGiacomo is a superb veterinarian, and I recommend her without hesitation.

Jess, NSVH Client

Read The NSVH Blog

Kittens sleeping

November 11, 2012

Veterinary Fact or Fiction?

After 7 years of practice in veterinary medicine, I have collected a number of “veterinary old wives’ tales”. There are many misconceptions common within the pet-owning community, and those of us who work in veterinary medicine tend to hear the same ones frequently. Some are of these old wives’ tales are cute and quirky, while […]

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Dog with pill bottles

October 5, 2016

Internet Pet Meds Come with Hidden Costs

Most of us are cost-conscious. Most of us like to price shop, to ensure we are getting the best deal on a purchase. Most of us use the internet to compare prices for everything from televisions to shoes to diapers. When it comes to pet medications, however, the cheapest drugs found online may be counterfeit, […]

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Distemper virus

September 27, 2015

“Vaccine Reaction”? Probably Not.

Vaccinations are a scientific miracle. The number of human (and animal) lives saved by vaccinations cannot be overestimated. Once-common diseases such as canine distemper and feline panleukopenia have been virtually eliminated in vaccinated pets (I’ve only seen a handful of pets with these diseases, as opposed to some of my more seasoned colleagues, who used […]

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