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Our Historic Building Built in 1893 as a passenger station for the Wilmington and Northern Railroad, the building that houses Pocopson Veterinary Station was converted to a US Post Office in 1947, sold at auction in the 1970s and refurbished as a veterinary practice in 1991. Many original fixtures and features have been preserved, and the property is listed in the Chester County Register of Historic Places.

We Practice Cutting-Edge Medicine with Compassion and Affection Our friendly, knowledgeable veterinarians and staff at Pocopson Veterinary Station are deeply committed to offering top-quality advanced medicine and surgery in

High-Quality Pet Medicine in a Warm Country Atmosphere

POCOPSON

Veterinary Station Appointment Hours

Monday

8 AM – 7 PM

Tuesday

8 AM – 7 PM

surroundings. We promise to help

Wednesday

8 AM – 7 PM

guide your decision making with

Thursday

8 AM – 7 PM

timely, active communication about

Friday

8 AM – 5 PM

Saturday

8 AM – 12 PM

personal “country veterinarian”

patient care. Our primary mission is to ensure that your pet lives a long, healthy and happy life.

POCOPSON

Veterinary Station

2100 West Street Road (Route 926) West Chester, PA 19382 610.793.3200 FX 6 1 0 . 7 9 3 . 0 1 5 5

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EM TheStaff@PocopsonVetStation.com Directions: See our website or call the office for driving details.

610.793.3200 P o c o p s o n Ve t S tat i o n . c o m

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Our Historic Building Built in 1893 as a passenger station for the Wilmington and Northern Railroad, the building that houses Pocopson Veterinary Station was converted to a US Post Office in 1947, sold at auction in the 1970s and refurbished as a veterinary practice in 1991. Many original fixtures and features have been preserved, and the property is listed in the Chester County Register of Historic Places.

We Practice Cutting-Edge Medicine with Compassion and Affection Our friendly, knowledgeable veterinarians and staff at Pocopson Veterinary Station are deeply committed to offering top-quality advanced medicine and surgery in

High-Quality Pet Medicine in a Warm Country Atmosphere

POCOPSON

Veterinary Station Appointment Hours

Monday

8 AM – 7 PM

Tuesday

8 AM – 7 PM

surroundings. We promise to help

Wednesday

8 AM – 7 PM

guide your decision making with

Thursday

8 AM – 7 PM

timely, active communication about

Friday

8 AM – 5 PM

Saturday

8 AM – 12 PM

personal “country veterinarian”

patient care. Our primary mission is to ensure that your pet lives a long, healthy and happy life.

POCOPSON

Veterinary Station

2100 West Street Road (Route 926) West Chester, PA 19382 610.793.3200 FX 6 1 0 . 7 9 3 . 0 1 5 5

PH

EM TheStaff@PocopsonVetStation.com Directions: See our website or call the office for driving details.

610.793.3200 P o c o p s o n Ve t S tat i o n . c o m

P o c o p s o n Ve t S tat i o n . c o m


About Our Veterinarians Amy L. Kidd, VMD, has been in small animal practice since graduating from the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine in 1998. Dr. Kidd sets superior standards for Pocopson Veterinary Station so that patients benefit from the latest in preventive medicine as well as the availability of high-tech medical and surgical procedures. She has a special interest in critical care and has dedicated countless hours to helping sick and injured animals at the Chester County SPCA and other rescue organizations. Hilary Fordyce, VMD, attended the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine from which she graduated in 1996. After a period in private practice, she returned to Penn Vet to complete an internship in small animal medicine and surgery, further surgical training and a 2-year postdoctoral fellowship in the PennHIP program, which focuses on canine hip dysplasia. After working as an emergency veterinarian, Dr. Fordyce now adds her broad range of skills and experience to Pocopson Veterinary Station.

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Veterinary Services

The Support Staff

Wellness Care Comprehensive Physical Examinations Puppy and Kitten Programs Senior Care Program / Geriatric Care State-of-the-Art Digital Radiography Ultrasound and Echocardiograms Elective and Emergency Surgical Procedure Performed Exclusively with CO2 Lasers Ultramodern Anesthetic Monitoring Advanced Pain Management Total Dental Care Full In-house Laboratory Oxygen Therapy Nutrition Counseling Feline Boarding Adoption Center

A highly experienced team of licensed veterinary technicians, hospital administrators and practice management personnel bring passion for the profession to their support roles at Pocopson Veterinary Station. Every staff member is also a pet owner with genuine sensitivity to your concerns as well as the needs of your pet.

In Case of Emergency During Clinic Hours: If you have a pet emergency during our regular office hours, transport your pet to our location right away. Please alert us with a phone call, if possible, so that we can prepare for your arrival. After Clinic Hours: If you have a pet emergency outside of our regular hours, you and your pet will be referred to either of the following state-of-the-art 24/7 emergency clinics nearby. Both are staffed by board-certified specialists who will stay in close communication with us about your pet’s condition.

Veterinary Referral Center, Malvern 610.647.2950 Veterinary Specialty Center of Delaware 302.322.6933

Pocopson Veterinary Station

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About Our Veterinarians Amy L. Kidd, VMD, has been in small animal practice since graduating from the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine in 1998. Dr. Kidd sets superior standards for Pocopson Veterinary Station so that patients benefit from the latest in preventive medicine as well as the availability of high-tech medical and surgical procedures. She has a special interest in critical care and has dedicated countless hours to helping sick and injured animals at the Chester County SPCA and other rescue organizations. Hilary Fordyce, VMD, attended the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine from which she graduated in 1996. After a period in private practice, she returned to Penn Vet to complete an internship in small animal medicine and surgery, further surgical training and a 2-year postdoctoral fellowship in the PennHIP program, which focuses on canine hip dysplasia. After working as an emergency veterinarian, Dr. Fordyce now adds her broad range of skills and experience to Pocopson Veterinary Station.

P o c o p s o n Ve t S tat i o n . c o m

Veterinary Services

The Support Staff

Wellness Care Comprehensive Physical Examinations Puppy and Kitten Programs Senior Care Program / Geriatric Care State-of-the-Art Digital Radiography Ultrasound and Echocardiograms Elective and Emergency Surgical Procedure Performed Exclusively with CO2 Lasers Ultramodern Anesthetic Monitoring Advanced Pain Management Total Dental Care Full In-house Laboratory Oxygen Therapy Nutrition Counseling Feline Boarding Adoption Center

A highly experienced team of licensed veterinary technicians, hospital administrators and practice management personnel bring passion for the profession to their support roles at Pocopson Veterinary Station. Every staff member is also a pet owner with genuine sensitivity to your concerns as well as the needs of your pet.

In Case of Emergency During Clinic Hours: If you have a pet emergency during our regular office hours, transport your pet to our location right away. Please alert us with a phone call, if possible, so that we can prepare for your arrival. After Clinic Hours: If you have a pet emergency outside of our regular hours, you and your pet will be referred to either of the following state-of-the-art 24/7 emergency clinics nearby. Both are staffed by board-certified specialists who will stay in close communication with us about your pet’s condition.

Veterinary Referral Center, Malvern 610.647.2950 Veterinary Specialty Center of Delaware 302.322.6933

Pocopson Veterinary Station

•

PH

610.793.3200


About Our Veterinarians Amy L. Kidd, VMD, has been in small animal practice since graduating from the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine in 1998. Dr. Kidd sets superior standards for Pocopson Veterinary Station so that patients benefit from the latest in preventive medicine as well as the availability of high-tech medical and surgical procedures. She has a special interest in critical care and has dedicated countless hours to helping sick and injured animals at the Chester County SPCA and other rescue organizations. Hilary Fordyce, VMD, attended the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine from which she graduated in 1996. After a period in private practice, she returned to Penn Vet to complete an internship in small animal medicine and surgery, further surgical training and a 2-year postdoctoral fellowship in the PennHIP program, which focuses on canine hip dysplasia. After working as an emergency veterinarian, Dr. Fordyce now adds her broad range of skills and experience to Pocopson Veterinary Station.

P o c o p s o n Ve t S tat i o n . c o m

Veterinary Services

The Support Staff

Wellness Care Comprehensive Physical Examinations Puppy and Kitten Programs Senior Care Program / Geriatric Care State-of-the-Art Digital Radiography Ultrasound and Echocardiograms Elective and Emergency Surgical Procedure Performed Exclusively with CO2 Lasers Ultramodern Anesthetic Monitoring Advanced Pain Management Total Dental Care Full In-house Laboratory Oxygen Therapy Nutrition Counseling Feline Boarding Adoption Center

A highly experienced team of licensed veterinary technicians, hospital administrators and practice management personnel bring passion for the profession to their support roles at Pocopson Veterinary Station. Every staff member is also a pet owner with genuine sensitivity to your concerns as well as the needs of your pet.

In Case of Emergency During Clinic Hours: If you have a pet emergency during our regular office hours, transport your pet to our location right away. Please alert us with a phone call, if possible, so that we can prepare for your arrival. After Clinic Hours: If you have a pet emergency outside of our regular hours, you and your pet will be referred to either of the following state-of-the-art 24/7 emergency clinics nearby. Both are staffed by board-certified specialists who will stay in close communication with us about your pet’s condition.

Veterinary Referral Center, Malvern 610.647.2950 Veterinary Specialty Center of Delaware 302.322.6933

Pocopson Veterinary Station

•

PH

610.793.3200


Our Historic Building Built in 1893 as a passenger station for the Wilmington and Northern Railroad, the building that houses Pocopson Veterinary Station was converted to a US Post Office in 1947, sold at auction in the 1970s and refurbished as a veterinary practice in 1991. Many original fixtures and features have been preserved, and the property is listed in the Chester County Register of Historic Places.

We Practice Cutting-Edge Medicine with Compassion and Affection Our friendly, knowledgeable veterinarians and staff at Pocopson Veterinary Station are deeply committed to offering top-quality advanced medicine and surgery in

High-Quality Pet Medicine in a Warm Country Atmosphere

POCOPSON

Veterinary Station Appointment Hours

Monday

8 AM – 7 PM

Tuesday

8 AM – 7 PM

surroundings. We promise to help

Wednesday

8 AM – 7 PM

guide your decision making with

Thursday

8 AM – 7 PM

timely, active communication about

Friday

8 AM – 5 PM

Saturday

8 AM – 12 PM

personal “country veterinarian”

patient care. Our primary mission is to ensure that your pet lives a long, healthy and happy life.

POCOPSON

Veterinary Station

2100 West Street Road (Route 926) West Chester, PA 19382 610.793.3200 FX 6 1 0 . 7 9 3 . 0 1 5 5

PH

EM TheStaff@PocopsonVetStation.com Directions: See our website or call the office for driving details.

610.793.3200 P o c o p s o n Ve t S tat i o n . c o m

P o c o p s o n Ve t S tat i o n . c o m


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