Located in Kennett Square, Pennsylvania, on 700 picturesque acres in Chester County, Penn Vet's New Bolton Center Campus, established in 1952, offers exceptional veterinary services for large animals such as horses, cattle, pigs, goats, and sheep. The campus is home to the world-renowned Hospital for Large Animals, which opened in 1964 and is known for its exceptional standard of care. The hospital is one of the top academic large animal hospitals in the U.S., and it provides inpatient and outpatient services, treating over 6,200 patients annually. Additionally, the equine and food animal Field Services have performed over 5,500 farm service calls, treating nearly 18,700 patients at local farms.
We strive to provide the finest in both emergency and routine veterinary patient care for all species of large animals, to strive to better understand animal disease processes, and to be leaders in the area of animal health and productivity for the betterment of society.
New Bolton Center is also world-renowned for its groundbreaking research centers and laboratories, investigating topics ranging from food production in dairy cattle and swine, reference andrology, equine pharmacology, reproduction, behavior, and comparative orthopedics. Our facilities follow green technology and sustainable practices including growing our own feed crops, and the campus is also home to a sustainable forest.