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Penn Vet students learn about camelids.

Treating animals large and small

Fourth-year students work with our teaching alpaca during an anesthesia lab.

Dr. Utter at New Bolton Center checks equine vision.

Ophthalmology check-up

Dr. Mary Utter conducts an ophthalmology exam at New Bolton Center.

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Penn Vet students learn soft tissue surgery.

Learning to be tomorrow's veterinarian

Students perform their first spay under the guidance of sugery staff.

Our experience is our pedigree

Our experience is our pedigree

Our Emergency & Critical Care specialists are dual board-certified.

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Our passion is our pedigree

Our passion is our pedigree

Our sports medicine faculty-clinicians are world leaders in equine sports medicine.

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New Bolton Center, bred for excellence

Our history is our pedigree

Our internal medicine team has been treating large animals successfully for 130 years.

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Penn Vet's Dr. Galban, neurosurgeon, uses latest 3D technology.

Innovative surgical approaches

Our neurologists can print 3D models to help patients

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World-Class Equine Surgery

World-Class Equine Surgery

Dr. Dean Richardson, orthopedic surgeon, in the Kline Orthopedic & Rehabilitation Center.

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We care deeply about life

We care deeply about life

Our Neonatal Intensive Care Unit saves mares and foals.

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Setting the standard in clinical care

Setting the standard in clinical care

Penn Vet students take part in clinical rotation in Emergency & Critical Care at Ryan Hospital.

Unconditional love, unparalleled expertise

Unconditional love, unparalleled expertise

The Ryan Hospital ICU is staffed 24 hours a day.

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Ryan Hospital's clinical team care for a canine patient.

Hands-on healing

Our wards nurses take that extra step in caring for our patients.

Reptile care at Penn Vet's Ryan Hospital

We treat the largest and the smallest equally

At Ryan Hospital, we treat more than just cats and dogs.

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Resources for Our Clients



Whether your animal is large or small, Penn Vet has a clinical team ready to take care of you. With board-certified clinicians and the latest treatment modalities thanks to our groundbreaking research and clinical trials, we offer you treatment options unavailable elsewhere.

New Bolton Center Hospital for Large Animals

 New Bolton Center Neurology Exam
  • Emergencies
  • Animals we treat: Horses, food animals (cows, pigs, goats, sheep, chickens, ducks, etc.), camelids
  • Services: We have all of the options you need from diagnosis through treatment, all on one campus.
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Ryan Hospital for Companion Animals

 Young cat at Penn Vet's Ryan Hospital
  • Emergencies
  • Animals we treat: Dogs, cats, exotics (birds, reptiles, chinchillas ... You name it, we treat it)
  • Services: Our treatment options include state-of-the-art radiology, minimally invasive surgery, kidney transplantation, hemodialysis, gastroenterology, dermatology... and more.
  • Appointments
  • Directions
  • Client stories

Client Stories

Penn Vet's 'Happy Tails' Billboard WinnersThe best way to learn about Penn Vet is to read about the experiences of our clients here. Here are some recent stories about their experiences with us.

Emergency Numbers


New Bolton Center for Large Animals
(Kennett Square, PA):
  • 610-444-5800
Ryan Hospital for Companion Animals
(Philadelphia, PA):
  • 215-746-8911