Doylestown Veterinary Hospital Blog


Posted on: June 23, 2015

Fundraising Campaign Supports US War Dogs Association

DOYLESTOWN, Pa., June 23, 2015—Holiday House Pet Resort & Training Center and Doylestown Veterinary Hospital kicked off a fundraising campaign to support the United States War Dogs Association. The campaign began over the Memorial Day weekend and will continue through Labor Day with monetary donations being accepted at the resort or veterinary hospital. Dr. Laura Weis, Read the full article…


Posted on: April 21, 2015

Doylestown Veterinary Hospital Announces Canine Influenza Vaccination Clinic

VETERINARIANS AFFIRM THE IMPORTANCE OF VACCINATION IN THE FACE OF THE CANINE INFLUENZA OUTBREAK Doylestown Veterinary Hospital to hold a Canine Influenza Vaccination Clinic DOYLESTOWN, Pa., April 21, 2015—The outbreak of canine influenza virus (CIV) in the Midwest is understandably frightening for many pet owners. Unlike the endemic form of canine influenza (H3N8) that has been Read the full article…


Posted on: August 14, 2014

Courier Times – National Check the Chip Day

The Holiday House Pet Resort and Doylestown Veterinary Hospital will host an even in hour of National Check the Chip Day from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday at their facility at 380 N. Shady Retreat Road in Doylestown Township. Pet owners can have their pets’ microchips scanned and checked for updated information or registration. Read the full article…


Posted on: August 13, 2014

Event offers microchip checking for pets

Pets who get lost face an uphill battle to get home. Without correct identification, a study shows, 90 percent of them never make it there. But a pet that wears a microchip tracking device has a better chance at being found since lost pets are scanned for the chips when they arrive at a veterinary Read the full article…


Posted on: August 12, 2014

Chip Check

Alicia Danella, of the Doylestown Veterinary Hospital and Holiday House Pet Resort in Doylestown Township, scans for a microchip on a husky named Zane on Friday afternoon. Pet owners had the opportunity to have their pet’s microchip scanned and receive registry information. Read the article