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Established in 1919, Werntz Memorial Animal Hospital provides exceptional veterinary care with welcoming, personalized service. From wellness checkups and preventive care to disease management, we offer quality services for all stages of your pet's life, including vaccinations, spaying, neutering, dental care, surgery and specialty referrals. Many families who walk through our doors have been with us for three generations. This loyalty is important to us, and our family practice continues the traditions that clients have trusted for nearly 100 years.
Our practice philosophy centers on providing personal service to each individual client and pet. We strive to meet needs and exceed expectations at each stage of care.
We have been working towards this goal for many years, serving the families of many of our customers for 3 generations.
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At Werntz Memorial Animal Hospital, we treat your pets like the valued family members they are.
Dr. David Sherer
Pittsburgh Veterinarian | Werntz Memorial Animal Hospital | 412-243-2401
75 Verona Rd.
Pittsburgh, PA 15235
Wonderful, caring, and affordable vet. The staff is very friendly and helpful. Prices are VERY affordable. Staff is knowledgeable as well. I will never go anywhere else. BEST VET HOSPITAL AROUND! Dr. Sherer
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