Welcome to Abby Road Veterinary Hospital
Your Veterinarian in Northampton PA
Pet Emergency? Call us right away at (610) 440-1504!
Abby Road Veterinary Hospital is a full-service animal animal medical care provider led by Dr. Abby Gerenser, a veterinarian who has more than 16 years of industry experience and and more nine years of veterinary practice. By utilizing the latest technology and techniques, we are able to provide pets and their owners with the best services possible.
At Abby Road Veterinary Hospital, we treat your pets like the valued family members they are.
"What a most wonderful place with a staff of amazing people! I’ve never felt so comfortable at a vet.....Dr Abby is such a kind knowledgeable vet, and her staff is as well. Heather is a love! Wouldn’t go anywhere else.....this is the best I’ve ever experienced!!!!"
"Highly recommended!! very friendly staff!! beautiful place, very compassionate and actually take time with you to explain everything."
"They are the best. Friendly and helpful. We have had dogs for 20+ years and this is by far the best care we have ever received. I recommend them to everyone"
"Staff couldn't have been friendlier, Dr Abbey was wonderful....answered every question, provided calm assurances...just what was needed for this new puppy addition!"
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