Where are you located?

We are located at 5663 Steubenville Pike, on Rte 60 in Robinson Township, 1 mile north of I79, Exit 16.

What are your hours?

We are open for business Monday, Tuedsday and Wednesday from 8:30am to 5pm; Thursday from 8:30am to 7pm; Friday and Saturday from 8:30am to 12noon.

What should I do in an emergency?

Should an emergency occur during business hours, please call ahead with the nature of the emergency so that we can prepare for your arrival. 412-809-0430
Should an emergency occur after hours, please contact the Veterinary Emergency Clinic at 412-492-9855

How often should I brush my pet?

During shedding season, brush your pet daily. It will help keep your house cleaner and your pet cooler. At other time of the year, a good brushing at least weekly will help prevent matting, remove loose hair and will stimulate the skin.

How do you schedule appointments?

To provide the optimal commitment of time to you and your pet we work on an appointment basis. We have evening and early morning appointments to fit your busy schedule.  Please call if you need to cancel or reschedule your appointment.

What plants are dangerous to my pets?

Protect your pet from the dangers of holiday plants, which can be poisonous to both pets and humans: easter lilies, holly, mistletoe, and poinsettias. Other common house plants that can hurt your pet include philodendron, dieffenbachia, Jerusalem cherry, yew, caladium, spider plant, airplane plant, cyclamen, foxglove, dragon tree, azalea, rhododendron, mother-in-law's tongue, and ivies.

Can I speak with my pet's veterinarian on the phone if I have questions or concerns?

Yes. The veterinarians at Robinson Animal Hospital make every effort to return calls from our clients on the same day as they were received. Our technicians are also able to answer your questions or address your concerns.

How do I trim my cat's claws?

To trim your cat's claws, press its paw gently so the whole length of each claw is exposed. Using a quality nail trimmer designed for use on cats carefully cut just the tip of the nail avoiding the quick (the pink area).  If you are unsure of where the quick is, hold your cats paw up to the light. You will be able to see the portion of the nail that you can safely clip without nicking the quick.