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  • Keeping Pets Safe in Cold Temperatures
    Keeping Pets Safe in Cold Temperatures                With our recent snowstorm, many dogs (and possibly a few cats!) enjoyed romping in the white stuff.  But Read more
  • Picky Pet? What to Do When Your Pet Won't Eat
    Picky Pet? What to do when your pet won’t eat                Some dogs (and cats!) clear their plates in seconds flat. Others…not so much. There Read more
  • Are Cranberries Healthy for Pets?
    Are Cranberries Healthy for Pets?                Cranberries are popular this time of year and their sweet-tart flavor is tasty. But, can we share them with Read more
  • Three Mysterious Feline Behaviors Explained
    Three Mysterious Feline Behaviors Explained                Cats are mysterious creatures and exhibit a number of, well, odd behaviors.  Let’s explore a few to see what Read more
  • Pancreatitis in Pets
    Pancreatitis in Pets                Pancreatitis is a common cause of vomiting in dogs and cats, especially around the holidays when we tend to want to Read more
  • Tick Myths
    Tick Myths                It’s November in Pennsylvania which means a mixed bag of weather—75F one day, 45 the next. But ticks disappear this time of Read more
  • November is Diabetes Awareness Month
    November is Diabetes Awareness Month                Diabetes mellitus is a common disease of middle aged and older pets.  Obesity can be a contributing factor.  The Read more
  • Cats are Twice as Likely to Survive Snake Bites than Dogs
    Cats are twice as likely to survive snake bites than dogs                Thankfully, Pennsylvania only has a few species of venomous snakes and the copperhead Read more
  • Help Pets Have a Fear-Free Halloween
    Help Pets Have a Fear-Free Halloween                Halloween is a fun holiday for most of us, though maybe wearing masks is a little less desirable Read more
  • Hip Dysplasia in Dogs
    Hip Dysplasia in Dogs Hip dysplasia is a common orthopedic problem in dogs. But what is it, what are the risk factors and how is it treated?  Read on for more Read more
  • Happy National Veterinary Technician Week 2020!
    Happy National Veterinary Technician Week!                Every October, we celebrate Veterinary Technician Week. Vet techs are indispensable to the veterinary field.  While they have a Read more
  • Are Spotted Lanternflies Toxic to Pets?
    Are Spotted Lanternflies Toxic to Pets?                The Spotted Lanternfly is an invasive insect species spreading across the United States that can damage fruit trees—particularly Read more
  • Itchy Pet? It Could be Seasonal Allergies
    Itchy Pet? It Could be Seasonal Allergies                We’ve been seeing lots of itchy dogs and cats at Patton in the past few weeks. While Read more
  • Can My Pet Eat That?
    Can my Pet Eat That?                Let’s face it, we all love our pets and we like to treat them once in a while—OK, maybe Read more
  • Is Your Cat Painful?
         Hello Fall!  For many of us, this is the season of warmed pumpkin spice lattes, sweater weather, and of course Halloween.  If you’re a feline aficionado like myself, Read more
  • Keeping Senior Pets Happy and Healthy
    Keeping Senior Pets Happy and Healthy                It’s no secret that our pets age faster than we do. But, with improved veterinary care, pets are Read more

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Read What Our Clients Say

    Very nice pet hospital. We were extremely pleased. Impressed by the education they give you as well. Our dog had her teeth cleaned and the nurse spent 10 minutes going over post-op procedures. Also we needed to come back in one week to have sutures looked at and they don't charge you an office visit for that like Leader Heights Animal Hospital would do

    anonymous

    I am extremely happy with the care that my puppy Cody received when he had his recent hip surgery. I highly recommend Patton Veterinary Hospital.

    Allison & Troy W.

    I would absolutely recommend Patton to anyone who has pets. Fabulous service every time by all the staff. Thank you

    Kyndwynb

    The entire staff is courteous, friendly, and helpful. They all seem to have a true love for all pets. They follow-up promptly and we have never had a problem with any of the doctors (Dr. Doug is our primary) or any of the other staff.

    Charles & Sally