World of Animals South Philadelphia
World of Animals Inc. in South Philadelphia carries on the World of Animals Veterinary Hospital tradition of quality, compassionate veterinary care for our patients while providing superior customer service to our clients.
World of Animals at South Philadelphia provides comprehensive wellness and sick care for dogs and cats. Our highly trained doctors and staff have extensive knowledge of both common and rare conditions found in pets and stand on the cutting edge of treatment and preventative care for these conditions. Serving South Philadelphia and the Greater Center City Philadelphia area, World of Animals is here to serve our clients and their pet’s veterinary care needs. At World of Animals, Pets Come First.
We know how difficult veterinary visits can be for some pets. That is why our highly trained and friendly team strives to make the pet’s appointment stress-free by offering treats, affection, and love to help them feel at ease.
VETERINARY HOSPITAL HOURS
Our hospital is committed to educating our clients and the community about the benefits of Microchipping Their Pets, preventative medicine so that our patients can live longer, healthier lives, and the health benefits of Spaying/Neutering. From discussing vaccines, housebreaking a new puppy, or behavioral issues with a newly adopted rescue pet, World of Animals at South Philadelphia is here for our clients and all fellow pet lovers. At World of Animals our licensed veterinarians are here to keep our clients’ pets healthy and their minds worry-free.
Jeffrey Stupine, VMD
MIKO FLASIK, DVM
We offer a full range of veterinary services, including, but not limited to:
Welcome to World of Animals, Inc. at South Philadelphia
World of Animals at South Philadelphia offers comprehensive diagnostic and treatment options for pets. Advancements in Digital Radiography mean fewer x-rays for our clients’ pets and lead to faster and more accurate diagnoses. Comprehensive blood work can help identify common diseases, including diabetes, kidney disease, and hyperthyroidism. Early detection of disease allows for early intervention, helping keep a pet healthy and avoid costly treatments when diseases become more severe.