Contact Us at Conrad Weiser Animal Hospital
Serving greater Reading, Berks, Lebanon, and Lancaster counties.
Conrad Weiser Animal HospitalAddress: 105 N. 3rd Street, Womelsdorf, PA 19567
Phone: (610) 589-5019
Monday: 8 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Tuesday: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Wednesday: 8 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Thursday: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Friday: 8 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Saturday: 8:30 a.m. to noon
(on the 2nd, 4th, and 5th weekend of each month)
From the East (Reading)—Locate Route 422 WEST. Take 422 West, until it intersects with Route 419 in Womelsdorf. Turn left onto Route 419 South. This now becomes North Third Street. Follow North Third Street for two blocks and we are located directly on the left-hand side of the road—look for our sign! Client parking is in the upper lot.
From the West (Lebanon and Myerstown)—Locate Route 422 East. Take 422 East until it intersects with Route 419 in Womelsdorf. Turn right onto Route 419 South. This now becomes North Third Street. Follow North Third Street for two blocks and Conrad Weiser Animal Hospital is located on your left-hand side—look for our sign! Client parking is in the upper lot.
From the North (Bernville)—Locate Route 419 South. Take 419 South until it intersects with Route 422 in Womelsdorf. This now becomes North Third Street. Continue through the intersection and follow for two blocks. Conrad Weiser Animal Hospital is located on your left-hand side—look for our sign! Client parking is in the upper lot.
From the South (Strausstown)—Locate Route 419 North. Follow Route 419 North until you pass through Newmanstown and come to Womelsdorf. Follow the signs for 419 North through Womelsdorf (you will pass from North Second Street, to High Street, to North Third Street while doing this). Conrad Weiser Animal Hospital is located on your right-hand side shortly after passing by West Franklin Street—look for our sign! Client parking is in the upper lot.
Conrad Weiser Animal Hospital:
Where big city medicine and surgery meet small town customer service and value.
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