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Welcome to All About Pets Veterinary Hospital
Your Veterinarian in Canonsburg, PA
Call us at (724) 745-5503
Dr. Sacksteder will be out of the
office from Nov. 24th-Dec.5th.
Dr. Dohanich will be seeing patients
on the 11/26, 12/1, 12/2, 12/3
and 12/5 from 9-7.
The office will be closed for
Thanksgiving 11/27 and 11/28.
We are now able to receive and send text messages! Please use 724-400-5468
to send us a text.
To provide honest, compassionate, individualized care to owners that view their pets as part of the family. Maintain a highly trained staff. Use only the safest, most effective vaccines and vaccination protocols. Supply modern, well maintained equipment. Provide the most up to date, progressive information to better serve my patients.
Michele Sacksteder, DVM
Canonsburg Veterinarian | All About Pets Veterinary Hospital | (724) 745-5503
155 E Pike St
Canonsburg, PA 15317
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