Finding a veterinarian that cares about your pet as much as you do is no easy task. Doylestown Animal Medical Clinic is that place where they refer to your pet as your child.
Dr. Dale Mantell founded Doylestown Animal Medical Clinic in 1983. In the three decades since it has grown into a well-respected facility known for care and professionalism in the Bucks County region.
The DAMC has been at the same location since that time and is owned by Dr. Dale Mantell and Dr. Drew Sporer.
The staff of veterinarians includes some of the finest in their profession who utilize a wide range of the best diagnostic tools and devices available to care for your beloved pet.
Angela Haare, a long time employee of Doylestown Animal Medical Clinic explains, “Our doctors and staff work together with our clients to offer the highest quality medicine coupled with gentle, compassionate care for our patients. We respect the deep connection people have with their pets and carry that with us as we care for their furry family members.”
She added that the staff shares the in the joy as well as sorrow of their clients.
She said, “I can’t tell you the number of times we have stood together shedding tears over the loss of a client pet we have cared for over the years.”
The staff at the DAMC are part of the Doylestown pet loving community. In addition to owning and rescuing pets of their own, they volunteer with animal welfare organizations and pet related community activities such as the Doylestown Dog Park.
The veterinarians and support staff are capable of handling everything from basic care to diagnosing and treating complex issues related to your pet. They maintain strong relationships with the referral centers in the area and work closely with the specialists when needed, to provide the best medical care possible for your pet.
Some of the services they offer are convenient appointments, drop off services, on demand surgery appointments, ultrasounds, pet pedicure, 24 hour access to their pharmacy and much more.
DAMC also offers Preventative Care Plans for your pets.
The Clinic is open Monday to Thursday 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., and Saturdays 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. Doctors are available on Sundays via phone if a message is left before 9 a.m. For after hours, a doctor can be reached up to 10 p.m. Monday to Friday, and Friday until 6 p.m. They will continue booking appointments for your sick or injured pet even after business hours as long as you call before the phones are turned off at end the day.
Haare added, “We love the animals that we see everyday and are honored and humbled by the trust that their owners place in us.”