Bring your Pets to the 8th annual Heroes Helping Heroes event
Anwell Veterinary Rehabilitation and Conditioning Center invites you and your pets to join us at Heroes Helping Heroes, a joint human/canine blood drive and pet fair!
Heroes Helping Heroes
Macungie Memorial Park
Route 100, Macungie, PA
Sunday, May 5, 2013, 12:00 – 5:00 pm
This year's Heroes Helping Heroes event will be held at Macungie Memorial Park, which is located on Route 100 in Macungie, on Sunday, May 5, 2013. The blood drive – sponsored by Valley Central Emergency Veterinary Hospital Animal Blood Bank, Cloud Nine Pet Services at Kimberly Memorial Park, and Queen of the Valley Farm, in conjunction with Miller-Keystone Blood Center – will be held from 12:00 noon – 5:00 pm.
Dr. Schwabe to speak at Pet First Aid and Veterinary Care Clinic
On Saturday, April 13, 2013, Dr. Schwabe will give a talk on Pet First Aid and Veterinary Care at CHAAR in Allentown, PA.
Join us for Saucon Valley's Paws on The Promenade on April 27, 2013
Please come visit us at Saucon Valley's Paws on The Promenade event!
The Promenade Shops at Saucon Valley's 7th annual Paws on The Promenade is scheduled for Saturday, April 27, 2013 from 10am to 2pm.
Pet First Aid & Dog Care Merit Badge Class with Boy Scout Troop 31
On Saturday, February 2, 2013, Dr. Schwabe DVM, CCRP hosted a First Aid/Dog Care Merit Badge Class for a wonderful group of Boy Scouts from Williams Township and their families.
We had great fun together learning about various breed histories, requirements, and most importantly pet first aid tips (that we hope we never have to use!).
Dr. Schwabe earns CCRP designation
Gus Schwabe, DVM, CCRP has earned the Certified Canine Rehabilitation Practitioner (CCRP) designation. He passed the certification program for Canine Physical Rehabilitation presented by the University of Tennessee and Northeast Seminars of New Hampshire. This is a combined certification program for both Physical Therapists and Veterinarians to bring together the best of both sciences in order to fully treat our beloved patients.
Celebrating the Life and Legacy of Caryl Putchat
We are saddened at the unexpected passing of Caryl D. Putchat, 70, on October 25, 2012. As many of our loyal clients know, Caryl was the wife of Dr. Bruce S. Putchat. The couple would have celebrated 49 years of marriage on December 22. Caryl was also the mother of Matthew Putchat, who runs AnWell Veterinary Rehab, and his brothers Craig and Douglas.
Caryl was the manager of Pleasant Valley Animal Hospital, working alongside her husband for 45 years in the family business. Caryl’s hard work and dedication through the years have made Pleasant Valley Animal Hospital what it is today.
Our love and thoughts are with the entire Putchat family.
Sign up for our Pet First Aid Classes
Learn Basic Pet First Aid & Beyond! This class is hosted by Gus Schwabe, DVM at Pleasant Valley Animal Hospital.
Anwell Veterinary Rehab's Doggie Fat Camp featured on phillyBurbs.com
Local online publication phillyBurbs.com recently featured Anwell Veterinary Rehab's Doggie Fat Camp. You can read the article Doggie fat camp: Where the big dogs play to learn more about our canine fat camp program.
Our Pet Memorial is now on Flickr
Our Pet Memorial photo album is now on Flickr! It is easy to view the album. Just click on the Flickr social icon button, which appears next to the Facebook button in the lower right of every page on our website. Anyone can view the photos, but if you would like to leave a message under a pet's photo you'll need to log in. Signing up for Flickr is free and only requires a Yahoo email address (which is also free). Please enjoy the photos and the memories.
Find Us on Facebook
Pleasant Valley Animal Hospital is on Facebook! Be sure to view our page regularly for hospital information, helpful pet tips, and updates. We also encourage you to Like Us on Facebook and become a fan!
Video: Cats & Carriers—Friends not Foes
Five simple steps to use cat-friendly carriers: This is a great video that offers insight into turning a stressful travel experience into a routine and calm journey for your cat.