Dr. Pat Gorman
Moving the Vet to your Pet
We offer compassionate pet care in the comfort and convenience of your home.
Monday through Friday 10 am to 5 pm
Saturday 9 am to 2 pm
Serving Chester and Western Montgomery Counties.
Due to contractual reasons, we will be unable to serve clients residing in the following zip code areas for the duration of 2016:
19301 (Paoli), 19355 (Malvern), 19341 (Exton), and 19380 (West Chester).
Some areas in neighboring townships may also be affected.
We can discuss any problems that this poses when you call for an appointment.
If necessary, we will refer you to a qualified veterinary professional in your area.
In 2017 we will be able to offer full coverage to the entire Great Valley area.
Saying farewell to your friend is never easy. Let us help at home where your pet is most comfortable.
TO MAKE AN APPOINTMENT
CALL 484-696-PETS (7387)
If we are on the road, in an appointment or in surgery, you will get our voicemail. Please leave a detailed message with your name, telephone number, address, and the reason for your call. Your call is important to us, so we check our messages frequently throughout the day. Phyllis or Dr. Gorman will return your call as soon as possible.
Who we are
Meet our team.
Dr. Pat Gorman
With decades of veterinary experience behind her, Dr. Gorman is the person to call when you are looking for caring, compassionate and professional veterinary service.
Phyllis Ruley is a veterinary technician with over 30 years experience. She has extensive knowledge of every aspect of the veterinary business. When an animal comes into her care, she will make every effort to see that they lives a long and happy life in a home where they is loved and cherished.
"Puppies are constantly inventing new ways to be bad. It's fascinating. You come into a room they've been in and see pieces of debris and try to figure out what you had that was made from wicker or what had been stuffed with fluff."Julie Klam, You Had Me at Woof: How Dogs Taught Me the Secrets of Happiness
Qui me amat, amet et canem meum. (Who loves me will love my dog also.)Bernard of Clairvaux