The Delmont Veterinary Hospital Provides
Comprehensive Services


Medical and Surgical Care for Cats and Dogs

The Delmont Veterinary Hospital provides truly comprehensive medical and surgical care for your small companion animal. We specialize in the treatment of pet dogs and cats and offer a wide range of modern and holistic treatment options to cater to your needs.

Our on-site veterinary services for dogs and cats include the following:
• Acupuncture
• All Standard Vaccinations
• Chiropractic Treatments
• Cold Laser Therapy (Pain Reduction)
• Dental Services
• Holistic Healthcare
• Laboratory Services
• Lyme Disease Vaccination & Treatment
• Physical Exams
• Rabies Vaccination
• Regular Yearly Check-Ups
• Routine Blood Work
• Spay & Neuter Surgeries
• Tumor & Growth Removal
• Ultrasound
• Urinalysis
• Wellness Visits
• X-rays

Preventative Care

Our veterinary hospital provides comprehensive wellness examinations and preventative care modalities including:
• Client Education
• Flea & Tick Repellents
• Heart Worm Preventative Medication
• Parasite Control
• Prescription Diets
• Screening for Heart Worm & Tick-borne Diseases
• Senior Wellness Screens
• Spaying & Neutering
Our philosophy encompasses viewing your pet’s wellbeing as a whole: body, mind, and spirit. It is our goal to seek out the actual cause of any issues that your pet may be facing and treat the underlying reason for the expression of the physical malady. Our entire staff is fully dedicated to providing the best possible care for your cat or dog and we work hard to ensure that your pet receives appropriate treatment to:
• Properly Diagnose the Issue
• Treat the Issue
• Minimize Discomfort
• Promote Total Body Healing

End-of-Life Care

If your beloved pet has reached an advanced age or is suffering from a terminal condition and is having many more bad days than good, our compassionate staff can assist your pet with his passing. Our caring staff members are able to provide pain-free, comfortable end-of-life care with the dignity and respect that you and your pet deserve.

Contact the Delmont Veterinary Hospital for all of your pet’s medical needs: 724-468-8000.


Troublesome Behaviors Signal Underlying Medical Issues

Typically, when pets exhibit anti-social or otherwise troublesome behaviors such as:
• Biting
• Change in Appetite
• Excessive Barking
• Hiding
• Increased Urination or Thirst
• Lethargy
• Scratching
• Vomiting or Diarrhea

These could be a signal that there are underlying medical issues that need to be addressed as soon as possible. The Delmont Veterinary Hospital has the equipment necessary to perform a thorough examination of all body systems to quickly diagnose and treat your pet on-site. Our highly educated and competent staff members have the experience and training necessary to efficiently treat your pet and get him back to feeling like his normal, healthy self.

Emergency Medical Treatment: Trauma and Surgery

Delmont Veterinary Hospital is not an emergency hospital and we do not routinely provide trauma/emergency surgery. For emergency or after hours care, we would refer patients to Allegheny Veterinary Emergency Trauma & Specialty (AVETS) or Pittsburgh Veterinary Specialty & Emergency Center (PVSEC).

4224 Northern Pike
Monroeville, PA 15146

(412) 373-4200

807 Camp Horne Road
Pittsburgh, PA 15237

(412) 366-3400