Emergency

Emergency Care

NSVH will happily accommodate emergency appointments for our sick patients during regular hospital hours. Please call before bringing in a pet with a medical emergency, so we can be prepared for your arrival.


If your pet experiences a medical emergency during hours that NSVH is closed, please call one of the following 24 hour emergency facilities:

HOPE Veterinary Specialists

Phone: 610-296-2099
40 Three Tun Road, Malvern PA 19355
www.hopevs.com

Metropolitan Veterinary Associates

610-666-1050
2626 Van Buren Ave., Valley Forge, PA 19482
www.metro-vet.com


If your pet has ingested or come in contact with a potentially poisonous substance, please call:

ASPCA Poison Control

1-(888) 426-4435
http://www.aspca.org/pet-care/animal-poison-control


If you have found injured wildlife:

Schuylkill Wildlife Center

(215) 482-8217
schuylkillcenter.org

TriState Bird Rescue

(302) 737-9543
tristatebird.org

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Don’t Call Me Olivia!

*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 Month

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 cats 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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