SOURCE: Ardmore Animal Hospital

July 19, 2011 16:00 ET

Ardmore Animal Hospital Provides Complimentary Veterinary Care for Animal Shelter Pets

ARDMORE, PA--(Marketwire - Jul 19, 2011) - Ardmore Animal Hospital is working with the Francisvale Home for Smaller Animals to provide complimentary veterinary care for pets at the animal shelter. The Francisvale Home for Smaller Animals is a non-profit, no-kill animal shelter. The shelter provides temporary care for animals until they can be placed in permanent, loving homes. The Ardmore veterinary hospital provides complimentary health care for rescued shelter animals, including reconstructive surgery for victims of animal abuse.

Ardmore Animal Hospital, a veterinary hospital serving the Bryn Mawr, Haverford, Radnor and Gladwyne pet communities, provides complimentary care for pets at the Francisvale Home for Smaller Animals. This non-profit, no-kill animal shelter provides temporary care and shelter for animals until they can find permanent, loving homes. The complimentary care Ardmore Animal Hospital provides is essential to helping the shelter fulfill its rescue mission.

"We believe all animals deserve to be in a loving, caring home," said Dr. James Bianco, an Ardmore vet, owner and director of Ardmore Animal Hospital. "It breaks our hearts to see animals that have been victims of abuse, and our veterinary staff is committed to doing everything possible to helping these animals recover and lead healthy, active lives."

The veterinary hospital, found online at, is actively involved in giving back to the community and caring for pets who are rescued from abusive homes. Ardmore Animal Hospital was also featured on Oprah after the veterinary hospital provided care for Oogy the dog, who underwent significant reconstructive surgery and rehabilitation after being abused as a puppy. Oogy now lives with a caring, adoptive family. He is an example of Ardmore Animal Hospital's commitment to compassionate animal care.

"Our veterinary staff is proud to work with Francisvale Home for Smaller Animals because we fully support its mission to rescue abused and unwanted animals and help these pets start a new life in a caring, loving home," said Dr. Bianco. "Since many of these animals have suffered greatly, they need everything from routine wellness care and vaccinations to emergency surgery and rehabilitation. Extensive medical care can place a huge financial burden on a non-profit shelter, so we are committed to doing our part to ensure every animal receives the care they need and deserve."

Ardmore Animal Hospital is AAHA (American Animal Hospital Accredited) and has received the "Best of the Main Line" award for nine years in a row. The award recognizes the animal hospital's commitment to providing quality, compassionate pet care to the Ardmore, Bryn Mawr, Haverford, Radnor and Gladwyne pet communities.

Individuals who would like to learn more about the Francisvale Home for Smaller Animals, support the non-profit's work or are interested in providing a shelter animal with a loving home, can visit the shelter's website: The shelter is located in Radnor and open Wednesday through Sunday by appointment.

Pet owners who would like to learn more about Ardmore Animal Hospital can visit the veterinary clinic's website, to schedule an appointment.

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    Ardmore Animal Hospital
    Ardmore, PA