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Yearly Exams/Wellness Visits

Veterinary medicine, like all other forms of medicine, is founded on the principle of prevention. All patients are recommended to have routine examinations and vaccinations, which should occur on an annual basis.

Sick Calls

Just like people, animals get sick too.  If your pet is not acting themself or you suspect them to be sick they should be seen by a veterinarian.  Like our wellness calls, sick calls are by appointment only and are scheduled every half hour for two or fewer pets.

Emergency Calls

Emergency calls are for regular clients only after the clinic’s normal scheduled business hours.  Any emergency after 9 o’clock at night will be referred to another clinic/hospital.  If the doctor does have to see your animal after hours a separate emergency fee will be charged.

Lab Work

Most lab work is done in-house and during a patient’s appointment.  Depending on the sample and severity of the case, some lab work is sent out.  Most pathology specimen’s are tested locally by Keystone Veterinary Pathology–a locally owned and operated by a veterinary pathologist.

Thank you for caring about my Buddy and getting him better. There would've been a household of broken-hearted people if something happened to him. Thanks to you guys, that didn't happen. Will be taking both my kitties there from now on!

Amy E.

Dr. Matt and the staff are the best! They are so nice and helpful. They really care about your pets and do everything they can to get them feeling better.

Lindsey W.

Dr. Matt has been a blessing to our family since day one. He always puts his love and devotion into his patients and work. He cares for animals like they are his own.

Jenn M.

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The PVAH Team

Matt Stachmus


Andrew Stachmus

Business Manager

Dr. Denny Stachmus