Central Bucks Veterinary Hospital (CBVH), a new family-owned, small animal general practice, recently hosted a Fall Festival Open House grand opening celebration. They were joined by officials from Plumstead Township, local community members, neighbors, colleagues, patients, friends, and family.
CBVH founding veterinarians, Dr. Danielle Esplin and Dr. Jack Perkins, are home-grown community members who are excited to be providing patients, clients, and veterinary professionals with a modern approach to veterinary medicine and high-quality care options in a setting built on their core values of respect, compassion, and forward-thinking.
At the event, their team provided tours around their state-of-the-art facility to demonstrate how its layout and procedures were designed through their patients’ eyes.
While preventative medicine is at their foundation, CBVH is proud to offer a wide range of diagnostics (including in-house lab work, digital radiography, and ultrasonography) as well as surgical services performed in one of their two dedicated surgical suites.
For sensitive times, they have a designated comfort room with a built-in fireplace to provide a private, comfortable, and peaceful setting for you to be with your cherished pet.
To learn more or to schedule an appointment with Central Bucks Veterinary Hospital, visit www.centralbucksvets.com or call/text them at 215-589-6882.