Dr. Shreiber and his staff are proud to announce the new Valley Veterinary Hospital!

Our brand new hospital is located in a beautiful historic building in the heart of Phoenixville and Valley Forge.

In April 2019 we moved into our new facility, a state of the art dream project built to serve Valley Veterinary Hospitals expansive list of loyal customers who have been with us for over 23 years. We will be celebrating 24 years as of February.

A life long dream and passion project made real, Dr. Shreiber has built his new hospital with his mission statement at the core of everything: Care, Commitment, Compassion. His goal in creating this new Valley Vet was to have a place where any and all pet and pet parents needs are met, including the same dedicated care that has kept clients coming to Valley Vet since we first opened our doors in 1996, but to also be able to provide services and meet needs for our clients where we couldn't before.

Our new facility features vastly expanded services to take care of all of the medical and lifestyle needs of our clients and patients, and now offers grooming, doggy daycare with customized care plans available, boarding accommodations for cats and dogs with safety and luxury in mind, dog training services from a CPDT-KA (certified dog trainer) and offers various group classes and private training, psychical therapy and rehabilitation services from our certified canine rehabilitation specialist, aqua therapy, acupuncture, and we are always continuing to grow. At Valley Veterinary Hospital we understand there is no one size fits all approach for any animal, and look to approach things using both a science based approach and a holistic approach for the best outcome for our patients and clients.

During the construction process of the hospital, we took careful measures to restore the old historic building to its former glory and our animal hospital will be a new addition.

As we like to call it, Valley Veterinary Hospital is now "pet central"!

Our practice is now located at 1145 Valley Forge Road—formerly known as the Bull Tavern, and opened Spring 2019. We are excited to take on this new venture and are proud to have the most wonderful clients to take the journey with us!

Take a look at our journey over the last few years


Preserving Chester County History

The historic Bull Tavern was built by hand in 1734 to provide food and lodgings to passing travelers. We have a deep respect for the structure's local historical significance, which includes hosting George Washington of the Continental Army and Generals Howe and Cornwallis of the British Army (on separate occasions) during the Revolutionary War.

Since the tavern has undergone various changes to keep up with the changing times, we've decided to restore the building's facade to its original stonework, removing layers of painted stucco in the process. In a sense, we have helped to uncover a historical landmark that has served generations of people. We look forward to it serving many generations more as the new Valley Veterinary Hospital.


Revealing the 1730's stone