SOURCE: Ardmore Animal Hospital

May 24, 2011 16:00 ET

The Ardmore Animal Hospital Launches New Website With Tools and Resources

ARDMORE, PA--(Marketwire - May 24, 2011) - The Ardmore Animal Hospital has recently built on its reputation as a practice dedicated to gentle and compassionate care, as well as the veterinary hospital that treated The Oprah Winfrey Show's canine friend Oogy, with a redesigned website, http://ardmoreah.com. The hospital has been the winner of "The Best on the Main Line Award" for nine consecutive years. Visitors to the new website can access information on the animal hospital, the veterinarians, as well as a library of information on general pet health.

The Ardmore Animal Hospital, in Ardmore, PA, has a new tool for its clients, a redesigned website with articles on pet care, veterinary services, and a blog that is continually updated. The veterinary hospital received national attention via The Oprah Winfrey Show when it cared for one of their pet patients, a dog named Oogy. Oogy was severely abused as a puppy and required several major surgeries to repair his face and relieve his pain. The veterinarians and staff at the animal hospital performed the surgeries on Oogy and he is still a visitor to the hospital.

The new website provides information on the hospital, as well as tools and resources for pet owners to research and learn about different pet health issues. The Ardmore Animal Hospital's motto states that they are "dedicated to gentle and compassionate care." The staff of the veterinary hospital says they are very excited to deliver on their motto with the new online tools of the website. A vet at the animal hospital, Dr. James Bianco says, "Part of pet ownership is staying informed about a pet's changing needs. Our new website has a broad range of tools and educational resources to help pet owners find information and answers."

The hospital's website has resources for clients, like the ability to book a vet appointment online, a regularly updated blog, and an online library of pet health information for pet owners. The website also has several tabs on the website that contain articles on different aspects of pet care. One is titled "Common Pet Health Issues," and is a guide for pet owners. The common issues article lists several different issues that can affect a pet's overall health and how to prevent and treat these conditions. There is also section for handling pet emergencies, a client resource center that tells pet owners what they need to know about a trip to the animal hospital, and an "In Memory" section for pets that have passed on. The vet offers veterinary care, pet boarding, dentistry services, pain management, diagnostics, surgeries, and wellness visits.

The Ardmore veterinary hospital is accredited by the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) and works with the Francisvale Animal Shelter. The hospital sees pets from the surrounding communities of Bryn Mawr, Haverford, Radnor, and Gladwyne. Pet owners can visit the website, http://ardmoreah.com, to learn more information about the veterinary clinic.

Contact Information

  • Ardmore Animal Hospital
    Ardmore, PA
    1-888-667-5235