Montgomery County, PA Pet Guide 2017-07-13T15:06:19+00:00

Vets

Creature Comforts Veterinary Hospital
2900 West Germantown Pike, East Norriton, PA 19403
610-635-1100
www.ccvh.com

At Creature Comforts Veterinary Hospital we understand that your pet is part of your family. For over 15 years we have provided exceptional veterinary care for pets and their human families. Pets are treated with love and compassion, and clients with respect and empathy.

Our staff is trained in low stress handling, allowing both pets and clients to have a pleasant visit. We’re all animal lovers here and we work hard to create a warm, inviting and comfortable environment for you and your pet.

Our services include:

  • Preventive healthcare including vaccinations
  • Comprehensive examinations
  • Blood work, radiology and ultrasonography
  • General surgery
  • Dentistry including dental radiographs
  • Hospitalization
  • K-Laser therapy and Acupuncture for pain management
  • In-house and on-line pharmacy
  • Prescription diets
  • Medical boarding and technician pet sitting
  • Health certificates and microchipping
  • Euthanasia and cremation

We always welcome new clients, and hope to meet you and your pets soon. We are open Monday through Friday 8am to 8pm, Saturday 8am to noon.  Appointments only, please.

Events

3rd Annual Howl-O-Ween Pet Parade
Ciscoe Park- 199 Montgomery Ave. Glenside, PA 19038

Dapper dogs and their doting two-legged companions spent a sunny, crisp fall day showing off their Howl-O-Ween costumes and helping raise money to keep their less fortunate furry friends in their loving homes. You and your dog can help make the 3rd Howl-O-Ween Pet Parade even better. Get dressed up, catch up with old doggie friends and meet new ones, and raise even more money for Sam’s Hope, which is based right here in Wyndmoor. The funds raised at last year’s event helped provide home-delivered pet food and supplies to poor homebound & elderly pet owners in Montgomery, Bucks and Philadelphia Counties.

Paint Your Pet!
Painting With a Twist – Skippack, PA

Painting With a Twist (Montco) was voted Best Pet Event 2016, and now it’s time to find out why! Never painted before? No problem! Our team of expert artists will guide you to a finished masterpiece of your dog or cat (or bird or snake or llama)! It’s time to see what all the fuss is about, and Paint Your Pet is one of the best ways to find out. It’s one of our favorite days of the month, and you can join in on the fun! Ages 15 & Up welcome. 21+ BYOB. Come to the event a half hour early for check in and relax time!

 

Dog Parks

Photo credit: Dana Z. Yelp

Horsham Dog Park
1013 Horsham Rd, Horsham, PA 19044

The Horsham Dog Park (HDP) opened on Saturday, October 25, 2008. HDP is a 1.5 acre dog park providing a meeting place for people and their dogs both large and small. The park consists of two fenced regions (small dogs under 30 pounds and all dogs). HDP is located at the end of the path to the left of the pond at Horsham’s Kohler Park. Horsham Township donated the land for the creation of a dog park. One of the conditions attached to the park is the community must maintain and support the park.

Montgomery County Bark Park
Rt 202 Rt 63, North Wales, PA 19454

Haverford Reserve Dog Park
9000 Parkview Dr, Havertown, PA 19041

The Haverford Reserve Dog Park is unique to our area as it is the only completely fenced in park that is free of charge and 90% maintained by volunteers, dog owners, Park users and through donations from supporters. The Park features:

  • Separate areas for both large and small dogs
  • Naturally shaded areas
  • Picnic tables and other seating
  • A covered pavilion to escape the elements

Reynold’s Dog Park
1000 Longford Rd, Phoenixville, PA 19460

Part of the Longford Park at 1000 Longford Road, the Reynolds’ Dog Park was built with funds left to the township by the late Bo Reynolds in honor of his parents, Roger B. and Bettina D. Reynolds.  The township hopes to keep the park open year round with the help of the community using the park to take care of overall upkeep. All dogs must have license and have rabies tags on their collars at all times.

Hatfield Township Dog Park
2500 North Chestnut St. Hatfield, PA 19440

Features two separate off-leash areas—one for quiet, timid, or small dogs, and another for playful or large dogs. Two separate sets of doors to enhance canine safety, serving each of the two areas. Roofed vestibule with beverage/water machine.

MonDaug Bark Park at Mondauk Manor
1130 Camphill Road Fort Washington, PA 19034

MonDaug Bark Park is one acre divided into two fenced off sections where dogs can run and play off-leash. There is one section for small dogs and one section for large dogs. There are three separate double-gated entries to the dog park. The small dog park has one double-gated entry. The large dog park has two double-gated entries; one at the parking lot and one back by the walking trails. The entry located at the back of the large dog park section leads to wooded trails where you are welcome to walk your leashed dogs. There is also a stream located off the bottom left of the parking lot. Feel free to take your leashed dog for a swim in the stream!

The small and large dog parks are separated, but do share a common fence. Owners are welcome to bring their small dog into the large dog park, but they do so at their own risk.

Please clean up after your dogs. There are plenty of bag stations available for your use. We ask each user to do the following:(1) Clean up after your own dog, (2) Encourage others to clean up after their dogs and (3) pick up any “droppings” you see that are left behind by other users.

BYOW-Bring Your Own Water. Water is not provided at the park. See fundraising comments below about efforts to raise money to provide a fountain.

Park Lower Frederick Dog Park – Cuddy Park
101 Colonial Drive Perkiomenville, PA 18074

The dog park, which is separated into two fenced-in spaces to separate smaller and larger dogs, is available for residents, free of charge.

 

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