Welcome to our hospital!
The Pound Ridge Veterinary Center has been a part of the Pound Ridge community since 1974, when Dr. Emil Dolensek, soon joined by Dr. Ed. Fleischli, opened the Pound Ridge Veterinary Clinic. Dr. Fleischli retired after 30 years of dedicated service to the animals and people of our community, and placed the practice in the hands of Drs. Laurel Kaddatz and Douglas Aspros who gave it our current name. Under their direction, the practice has continued to grow in capability while retaining the focus on service and compassion. Our associates, Drs. Renee Bayha, Christine Wilson and Kimberley Khodakhah, contribute their skill, knowledge and commitment to our patients and clients every day.
Whether you have a new puppy or a teenage cat, we hope your association with us will be a long and happy one. We will do our best each and every day to care for you and your animal companions.
Everyone at PRVC has experienced the unconditional love, steadfast loyalty and companionship a pet offers. We know how troubling it can be when an animal is ill and how difficult it is to manage the physical and emotional effects of aging. We’re here to ensure that your companions receive the medical care they need, and that you and your family have access to timely, sensitive, and appropriate advice when planning that care.
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We regularly undergo inspections to ensure that we comply with the highest standards of veterinary care, including surgery, pharmacy, laboratory, exam facilities, pet health records, cleanliness, emergency services, dental and nursing care, diagnostic imaging, and anesthesiology. Accreditation demonstrates our commitment to our patients and the people who love them.
We thank you for choosing Pound Ridge Veterinary Center, and we look forward to a long, healthy and happy relationship with you and your animal family.
We aim to be the vets your pets would choose!
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Pet owners understand that obesity is about more than appearance. Scientific evidence shows that obesity is a condition that can lead to serious disease. In conjunction with the AVMA and Hill’s our hospital is focused on raising awareness about the right way to achieve and maintain healthy weight:
Click on the link above for tools to help you increase your pet’s activity, decrease their weight and start them living a happier and healthier life!