Welcome to the Ellwood Animal Hospital family of pet care. Our staff are ready to help you at our Ellwood City office, Chippewa Animal Hospital and Cranberry Holistic Pet Care!
Our mission is to partner with pet owners to create a lifetime of wellness for your companions. We aim to offer fear-free visits to create less stress for owners and their pets. Our consult times can be scheduled as traditional wellness care or as extended visits of 30 or 60 minutes for first time patients, involved cases or for clients who need more time with our doctors (please let us know if you are interested in an extended appointment).
Our team invite you to learn more about your pet's health and care during a thorough exam and visit. Discover why local clients in Cranberry Township, Ellwood City and Chippewa Township, choose us for medical, dental and surgical care, and integrative veterinary services. We treat pets from all around Pittsburgh, Harrisburg, Ohio, West Virginia, Maryland, and New York choose us for their pet's healthcare needs!
Promoting wellness includes neonatal through senior care, safe flea and tick prevention, early disease detection, reduced vaccine schedules, titer testing, improved nutrition, exercise conditioning programs, physical therapy and maintenance of joint health. Treatment of Lyme Disease, Cushing's Disease, Diabetes management, Cancer treatment and diagnosis are part of our daily service to patients. Our hospitals are equipped with ultrasound imaging, CT scanner, Stem Cell Therapy, full laboratory and dental imaging. Immunotherapy and integrative oncology improve patient quality of life and life expectancy.
In addition to patient care, we support area rescue groups, agility clubs, schools in 3 counties, civic organizations, children's clubs and animal shelters.
Veterinarians include Dr. Cynthia Maro, CVA, CAC, VMRT, Dr. Annette Anléu, VSMT. Dental, radiology and internal medicine consultants enhance our team's ability to provide the best in care.
Ellwood Animal Hospital is located just 4 miles from the PA turnpike (6mi from I376) in Ellwood City, PA. We offer state-of-the-art pet rehabilitative therapy in addition to a wide range of conventional & alternative veterinary services. We customize treatment plans, with owner input, to return pets to optimum health when recovering from surgery, injury, ACL tears, or obesity, among other ailments. In December 2015, we expanded to a third location in Cranberry Twp, PA - Cranberry Holistic Pet Care.
Our animal Rehabilitative Center was the first of its kind in the tri-state area in 2003. We offer underwater treadmill, stance analysis, Pulsed Wave, Class 3 and 4 laser therapies, therapeutic massage, animal chiropractic and acupuncture, in addition to nutritional support for tissue repair. Dr. Maro closely oversees a pet's rehabilitation process. If your pet has had surgery recommended, or already undergone a surgical procedure or is not getting around the way he should, call today to set up an initial consult with Dr. Maro.
Low Cost Vaccine & Spay/Neuter Dates
Chippewa Office Vaccine Clinic
Monday July 16th
Chippewa Office Spay/Neuter Clinic
Monday July 16th
Ellwood Office Vaccine Clinic
Friday July 13th
Ellwood Office Spay/Neuter Clinic
Tuesday July 17th
Please call for scheduling details, fees, and appointment times.
Abby, our 4 year old Miniature Schnauzer, had cruciate repair surgery on her right hind leg. After 6 weeks, she still was not using her right hind leg. We heard that Ellwood Animal Hospital had a water tank treadmill and decided to bring her in for an exam and therapy. Dr. Maro examined Abby and suggested laser and water therapy. After her 3rd therapy session, she started using her right hind leg. Now, after her 6th session, she is able to chase squirrels again! We are so deeply appreciative of the staff and Dr. Maro at Ellwood Animal Hospital. They are very knowledgeable and have a genuine concern for the quality care each animal receives. I, Abby, also want to say thanks for helping me walk on all four legs. Now I can chase the squirrels and birds like I did before!" ~~Carlotta and James Greybeck, Niles, Ohio
Drs. Anléu, Jones, Maro, Carver, and Brown want to wish you and your family a safe, fun-filled summer. We are here to help you keep your pet parasite and Lyme disease-free.
"[We] would like to thank you all and Dr. Jones for the great presentation today! He was very informative and so willing to answer everyone's questions! Gee, we had him talking for almost 2 & 1/2 hours! Everyone learned and his presentation was extremely well received! If your office would ever like to collaborate again, please let me know! Thank you very much!"
Meet the Team
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