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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Happy cat

September 9, 2016

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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Rescue dog

June 25, 2014

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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Dogs at the dog park

September 19, 2016

At the Dog Park

There is a longstanding joke among veterinarians: “Dog parks keep us in business.” Why is that the case? Dog parks are rife with well-intentioned owners and misbehaved dogs, resulting in dog fights and dog bites. Dog parks may seem like a good idea: a way to exercise Fido, a way to socialize him, a way to […]

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