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120 Skippack Pike
Blue Bell, PA 19422

If you need us... We’re a phone call away.

The doctors and staff at Steinbach Veterinary Hospital use a team approach to practice the art of Veterinary Medicine and are committed to offering compassionate and quality service. 

  • Small Animal Medicine and Surgery

  • Small Animal Dentistry

  • Complete Hospital and Surgical Facilities

  • Pet Grooming

  • Kennel (recently renovated)

Please visit the Pet Pages to read about various health topics for your pet.

Should your pet become ill, our doctors are only a phone call away.  Many sick pets are able to be treated as outpatients, but should your pet need to be hospitalized you can be assured that your animal will receive the best care possible.  Our doctors have rounds several times a day to meet and discuss hospital cases, giving your pet the expertise of our entire staff.  Owners of hospitalized animals are asked to phone between 2 and 3 pm for a daily update.

We recognize that you, the owner, have a right and a responsibility to choose the level of care provided to your pets and we are dedicated to helping you make educated and compassionate decisions regarding your pet’s health.

Emergency Call
215-646-0462
24 hours

Holiday Tips

The holiday season is a time for cookies, candy, and family feasting. However, many of these goodies can cause our pets to have upset stomachs and in some cases, can be dangerous. Chocolate is toxic to animals so remember to keep the candy, cakes and cookies out of your pets reach. That turkey drumstick may be a tasty treat for your pet, but the bones can cause stomach upset and even life threatening obstructions or perforations. So indulge your pet with love over the holidays and not with food.

The Christmas tree is a beautiful part of the Christmas season but, without care can be a medical nightmare for your pet! Do not allow your pet to chew on ornaments which can cause cuts in the mouth and even stomach upset. Christmas tree lights can seem like a wonderful toy to your pets and can result in dangerous electrical shock injuries. Do not use tinsel on your tree because they can cause life threatening intestinal obstructions, especially in cats. Finally, don't let your pet drink the water from your Christmas tree stand. continued

Read more Winterr Safety Tips Here, including Cold Weather and Outside Safety

Read more Summer Safety Tips Here, including Pool Safety, Toxin Exposure, and Cook Out Safety.