Leesport Animal Hospital

221  Hafer  Dr. Leesport, PA  19533
610-926-8866
In case of an after-hours emergency please contact the following emergency hospitals:
Berks Animal Emergency & Referral Center
400 W. Lancaster Ave
Shillington, PA 19607
Phone: (610) 775-7535

Valley Central Veterinary Emergency Hospital & Referral Center
210 Fullerton Ave
Fullerton, PA 18052
Phone: (610) 435-5588

Open House on Saturday, September 8th from 12:00PM - 3:00PM. Come on out and enjoy some Free Food, Music, Raffles, Games, and Demonstrations. New for this year"e;s event is "Dunk the Vet" to help raise money for Catworks & Mid Atlantic Great Dane Rescues.

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Taking Your Pet on Vacation!

June 20, 2018

Imagine you decide to take your pet on your annual family vacation. You enjoy nice days at the beach, picnics in the dog park, swimming at the pool, walks on the local trails, and then the unimaginable happens. As you’re driving to the nearest dog-friendly beach you smell a horrid smell coming from the back […]

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Lyme Disease Prevention Month

April 20, 2018

Imagine waking up to the sun shining through the window and thinking today would be a great day to go for a hike. You gathered up Little Jimmy and Fluffy and drive to the nearest trail. You journey through the woods with Fluffy at your side, telling Little Jimmy to look out for those imaginary […]

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Pet Poison Awareness Month

March 14, 2018

Imagine you come home after leaving your house for 5 minutes to go pick up a carton of eggs because your husband forgot to tell you he ate the last one and little Jimmy needs his birthday cupcakes tomorrow for school. You tell little Jimmy that you’ll be back in 5 minutes, “please keep an […]

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Fecal Breath in Pets

February 19, 2018

Do you wake up at night wondering what that horrid smell is? You look at your significant other fast asleep and think, ”Wow, what did you eat?” But then…you hear the peaceful sound of snoring coming from the foot of the bed and realize it’s the dog! Laying there on their back, legs spread, mouth […]

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Pet Holiday Travel Tips

December 13, 2017

What is a holiday when you can’t take every member of the family, and that includes your pets? Many people feel as though their dog or cat is a major part of their family and couldn’t bear leaving them at home or in a kennel for an extended period of time.  The truth is that […]

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FREE Pet Insurance Seminar

October 20, 2017
Join us Saturday, November 18, 2017 at Trinity UCC of Leesport from 11-1pm for a free pet insurance seminar. A representative from Pet Plan Insurance and ASPCA Pet Insurance will be onsite. · Learn how pet insurance works · Learn how pet insurance can save you money · Learn how to decide if pet insurance [...]

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Fireworks and Dogs

June 29, 2017
Fireworks and Your Dog: What You Should Know It’s almost that time of year again! The time where we gather together with friends and family enjoying cook outs and yes you guessed it, FIREWORKS! However, even though we enjoy the sounds and colors of the fireworks, our four-legged best friends DO NOT! Some studies have [...]

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Flea & Tick Facts

May 9, 2017
By Heather Harner We all know that fleas and ticks cause a lot of harm to our beloved pets, but how much do you really know about these dangerous parasites? Here are a few scary facts about fleas and ticks to keep you informed and knowledgeable. Flea Facts: Fact 1: A female flea will lay [...]

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Heartworm Awareness Month

April 19, 2017
By Lindsey Gambler Heartworm is a serious and potentially fatal disease in pets in the United States and all around the world. The most common household pet infected with heartworms is dogs. What exactly is a heartworm you ask? A heartworm is a foot-long worm that lives in the heart, lungs and associated blood vessels [...]

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Pet Dental Care

February 9, 2017
  Dental care for pets is just as important as it is for people! Dental care for your pet is extremely important. Periodontal disease is the most common clinical condition occurring in adult dogs and cats and is entirely preventable. Here are a few facts about dental pain and disease so you can make an [...]

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