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Wolf Run Veterinary Clinic, on Route 220 near Pennsdale, offers many services for pet owners.

The Wolf Run Veterinary Clinic is located at 279 Rt. Highway 220, just off the Halls/Pennsdale exit of I-180 in Muncy. The clinic and animal hospital is owned by Dr. Amy Phillips, DVM, and offers a lot for pet owners.

This includes comprehensive diagnostic tests including veterinary services, urinalysis, kidney enzymes, liver values, electrolytes, blood sugar values ​​and anemia. It offers vaccines for dogs and cats, including Parvo, Distemper, Panleukopenia, FeLV, Kennel Cough, Rabies, and Lyme Disease.

Currently, the Wolf Run Veterinary Clinic has five full-time veterinarians and offers a 24-hour helpline.

Josh Phillips, business manager of the Wolf Run Veterinary Clinic, noted some big changes coming that staff are excited about. This includes an expansion to add 28 boarding kennels that will be available on Memorial Day, an indoor play arena and dog daycare.

“It will be something that we are not doing at the moment”, Phillips said. “We plan in the future to offer additional veterinary services like rehabilitation and therapy. This is part of the expansion building. This will create six additional jobs.

Phillips noted that when his wife Amy bought the vet clinic and opened it in 2016, there were just nine staff. The veterinary clinic now employs more than 50 people.

Phillips noted that Wolf Run Veterinary Clinic is locally owned, providing personalized service that many others cannot.

“We’re a hometown, local-owned vet, which is to say, we’re not part of a big corporation, like many here are,” Phillips said. “We try to have this personalized service with our staff. We don’t want to lose that personalized service per se.

Wolf Run Veterinary Clinic offers neutering and neutering services for pets, surgery for a number of issues – including removal of lumps, cysts and tumors, biopsy surgery, bone repair fractures, removal of bladder stones, repair of intestinal blockage and gastropexy – dental care and dental x -rays.

The clinic also offers grooming and boarding services. Grooming services include trimming or trimming, bathing, brushing, hair mat removal, ear and eye cleaning, flea and tick treatment, nail trimming and gland cleaning anal.

Boarding services are designed to provide pets with a fun and relaxing stay, the clinic’s website states. It includes large indoor rooms, a fenced outdoor area, a dog park to play in and webcams to see your pet while you’re away.

The clinic is open Monday to Friday from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. and Saturday from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. They can be reached at 570-546-7624.



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