Open House

Newtown Square Veterinary Hospital To Host an Open House Fundraiser for Nellie’s Schoolhouse on Saturday, February 4th, 2017

Newtown Square Veterinary Hospital is proud to host an open house and fundraiser for local charity Nellie’s Schoolhouse from 1-3pm on Saturday, February 4th. Come embark on an “insider’s tour” of a brand new veterinary hospital, enjoy some treats and enter a raffle to win special prizes for your favorite furry friends. There will be also be special activities for two legged kids. All proceeds will benefit Nellie’s Schoolhouse. *This is a family friendly event, but we please ask that you leave your pets at home!* Visit newtownsquarevet.com to learn more!

Nellie’s Schoolhouse based in Newtown Square works to connect children with autism, depression and anxiety to well trained and well behaved dogs. Through the program, screened volunteers and their dogs visit children and their families in their own homes. This wonderful organization helps children learn important life skills such as responsibility, reliability, spontaneity, patience, perseverance, focus and empathy. To learn more, visit: nelliesschoolhouse.com.

Abby and her puppiesMake sure to say hi to Abby (the nine year old bulldog) and her wonder puppies. Abby will be in the care of NSVH and Senior Dog Haven until she and her pups are ready for adoption. They can’t wait to see you in February!

Read more about Abby and her journey in our love letter.

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