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We are accepting new patients, including dogs, cats, pocket pets, rabbits, birds, reptiles, etc.
We are currently offering 10% off the price of the first office visit. Mention this offer when booking your appointment to receive the discount.
The West Hazleton Veterinary Hospital was founded over 50 years ago. It has a long standing tradition of quality care. Dr. Kenneth Trippett purchased the hospital in 1996. Since then, he has continued to renovate the hospital, update the older equipment and add new equipment so that he can provide high quality care to his patients. If your goal is to keep your healthy animals healthy and make your sick pets better, then the WEST HAZLETON VETERINARY HOSPITAL is the place to bring your pets.
At West Hazleton Veterinary Hospital, we treat your pets like the valued family members they are.
Dr. Kenneth Trippett
West Hazleton Veterinarian | West Hazleton Veterinary Hospital | 570-455-2580
45 W. Monroe Ave
West Hazleton, PA 18202
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Knowing that Crush was in such good, caring, and professional hands meant so much to us. The extent of your care and kindness during Crush's surgery went far beyond what we have experienced with other family vets. Your sincerity made us feel very comfortable and very easy to trust you, and we know Crush felt the same way. Thank you for staying with her after her surgery and for all the love and kindness you showed during Crush's stay and healing at the hospital!
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