Welcome!

Welcome to our newly renovated website!

 

Twinbrook Animal Clinic, Inc. has been providing high quality and compassionate veterinary care to Valencia and the surrounding areas for over 50 years.  Our doctors and well-trained staff strive to provide knowledgable, friendly service. 

Twinbrook is home to Therapeutic Options, the first of its kind physical rehabilitation center in the southwestern PA area.  Janine Callen, DVM, CCRT, CMT, and Laura Lefever, CCRA, provide quality rehab and conditioning services to their patients.  They were the first in the area to appreciate and use low level laser and an underwater treadmill in their practice.  In business now for over 8 years, Therapeutic Options has earned the confidence of local veterinarians and specialists and has been accepting referrals from practices in PA, NY, WV, and OH. 

Twinbrook is located in the Valencia area and easily accessed from Cranberry Twp., Mars, Saxonburg, Evans City, Zelienople, Gibsonia and Butler locations.

Please feel free to browse through our site!  You will find information about our practice philosophy, our services, and our staff, plus a Pet Medical Library where you can search for additional information to aid you with your pet's veterinary care.

 If you would like more information about our practice, please contact us at (724)898-2300.

Thanks for visiting!  We look forward to serving you and your four-legged friend(s)!

We would love to hear from you!   Please sign our guest book.

Please check out our Adoption Page for available Pets that need loving homes.

 

 

 The Best Time To Be Prepared For An Emergency Is Before It Happens.

First aid kits are not just for people, items in the kit should include: canned food, can opener, bowls, water, gauze, vet wrap, slip leash, muzzle, and thermometer. Always keep the phone number of a local veterinary emergency clinic on the refrigerator; you will never know when you will need it.

 

Growing Puppy Nutrition and Exercise FAQ

Some owners of a new puppy might not have had a puppy in many years, or it might be their first puppy, and veterinary recommendations about nutrition and exerci ...

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No Bones About It: Bones are Unsafe for Your Dog

(This article was produced by the FDA)The idea that it’s natural for dogs to chew on bones is a popular one. However, it’s a dangerous practice and can cause se ...

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Canine Influenza

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Intervertebral Disk Disease (Herniations of the Disk)

Intervertebral disks are located between the vertebrae (bones of the spine). Each disk has two parts, a fibrous outer layer and the jelly-like interior. When di ...

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