Family Owned Business

NSVH is proud to be a family owned business with deep roots in the Main Line community. Dr. DiGiacomo is a lifelong Main Line resident, and her family has lived locally for decades. It has been Dr. D’s longstanding dream to be a small business owner; NSVH is a realization of that dream!

Many large corporations have invaded the veterinary industry, buying local animal hospitals across the country. Unlike corporately-owned hospitals, NSVH offers a warm and friendly atmosphere, highly trained and personable staff, enduring client and patient relationships and the ability to customize individualized treatment plans for the differing medical needs of each patient.

NSVH is a founding member of the Independent Veterinary Practitioners Association, which provides support to privately owned veterinary hospitals around the country.

Thank you for supporting our family business!

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8 Saint Albans Avenue
Newtown Square, PA 19073


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March 27, 2017

Fear Free and Feline Friendly

In building my dream practice, I had a few very specific goals for Newtown Square Veterinary Hospital. One was to create a personalized, progressive hospital with a family-friendly feel and state of the art medicine.┬áSecond was to provide our patients with a calm, welcoming and stress-free environment. Third was to design a hospital that specifically […]

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November 3, 2014

Just Say No to Food Fights!

This week, I had similar conversations with several clients about their “picky” dogs. Most dog owners have the opposite experience: their Fido will eat anything, anywhere, anytime (including trash, inanimate objects like socks and grossly unappealing items like deer feces.) This is true for most dogs; we have domesticated dogs in virtually every way, but […]

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May 13, 2014

How to Bring Your Cat to the Vet in 3 Easy Steps

In the average week, we see easily three to four times more dogs than cats for appointments, despite the fact that pet cats outnumber dogs in the United States. Why is this the case? A recent study┬ádetermined that the number of feline visits to veterinarians decreased 14% from 2001 to 2011 despite an increase in […]

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