Eagle Animal Hospital, based in Chester Springs, was acquired by Dr. Matunis and Dr. Granite in January, 2008. The veterinarians and their team look forward to continuing the tradition of quality veterinary medicine practiced at our hospital, as well as striving to offer new and improved treatments for your pets. Eagle Animal Hospital is a full-service Veterinary Hospital whose mission is to provide the highest standard of quality and compassion in veterinary care for our patients and welcoming, informative, and supportive service for our clients. Eagle Animal Hospital offers Chester Springs, Exton, Downingtown, and the entire Chester County animal community comprehensive medical, surgical, and dental veterinary care. We are equipped with an in-house pharmacy, lab, digital radiology, and dental and surgery suites. Our facility enables you to make one stop for your pet's medical care. We are open for appointments during normal business hours, evenings, and Saturdays.
We now offer grooming!
Call to schedule an appointment today.
Please, pardon our appearance as we are redoing our driveway,
to better serve your needs. We will be open our normal business hours today.
However, parking will be in the grass. Follow signs around back of parking.
Unfortunately, we will be closed tomorrow (Saturday).
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