Downingtown PA Vetcare and Veterinarian Services
Paoli Vetcare services many families and pets from Downingtown, PA. Our clients are willing to drive the fiteen to twenty minutes it takes to get to our animal hospital in order to receive the caring and knowledgeable service they know we will provide. Downingtown is a borough in Chester County, Pennsylvania, 33 miles (53 km) west of Philadelphia. As of the 2010 census it had a population of 7,891. Downingtown was settled by English and European colonists in the early 18th century and has a number of historic buildings and structures. Previously named Milltown, around the time of the American Revolution, it became more commonly known as Downingtown after the prominent businessman Thomas Downing, a Quaker immigrant in 1717 from Bradninch, Devon, England, who owned a number of those mills. Our veterinarians, Drs. Rowan and Urioste, have almost 50 years of veterinary experience combined, and are proud to provide high quality, targeted healthcare for your pets in the Downingtown borough. We are proud of our reputation for accessibility and following through until all your pet’s issues are resolved. Expect our doctors to return your call promptly and to check on your pet’s progress.These conversations enable us to assess the effectiveness of our treatment plan and make adjustments when necessary.
Downingtown, PA Veterinary Services
Our team of veterinarians proudly provide Downingtown, Pa and surrounding towns such as West Chester, Exton, and Chester Springs with veterinary services such as wellness and preventative medicine, dentistry, surgery, radiology, and more. Paoli Vet prides itself in being able to provide the best possible care to your pet no matter their condition.
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