Expert Veterinary Care for Pets in Berks County
Updates Regarding COVID-19
We are updating our client protocols in response to the changing Covid-19 guidelines!
Effective August 2nd, clients with scheduled appointments can come into the building. Mask are optional. For occupancy reasons, the following services will still be curbside: medicine pickups, technician appointments, and surgical pre exams/drop offs. Staff members may or may not be vaccinated.
We appreciate your understanding and patience during this time!
Conrad Weiser Animal Hospital offers pets expert veterinary care with small town warmth and compassion. There are no rushed appointments or long waits to see a veterinarian, ensuring all your questions are answered and your pet receives the best veterinary care possible.
As a full-service animal hospital, we take pride in offering a variety of veterinary services, including pet wellness exams, allergy testing and dermatology, pet dental care, and veterinary surgery. We also recognize the importance of preventive veterinary health care and are excited to introduce our Affordable Wellness Plans. With several to choose from, our wellness plans offer an affordable way to provide high-quality preventive care to your pet through routine health care and diagnostics at a discount.
Awarded the distinguished achievement of certification by The University of Pennsylvania Hip Improvement Program (PennHIP), Dr. Mike Comalli and his staff welcome you to contact them to schedule your pet’s next veterinary appointment.
Conrad Weiser Animal Hospital:
Where big city medicine and surgery meet small town customer service and value.
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