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PLEASE NOTE: OFFICE EXAMS ARE BY 
APPOINTMENT ONLY. 

Patients who appear in the office requesting to be seen may be given the next open appointment that day, 
if the doctor's schedule permits.
There is a $70 exam charge for walk-in appointments with a 
possible extended wait time.
(717) 442-0252
5081 Lincoln Highway
Kinzers, PA 17535
 GROOMING
Grooms are by appointment only. Please call 717-442-0252

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Welcome! 


Black Horse Animal Hospital in Kinzers, PA is 
a full service large and small animal hospital. It is our committment to provide quality and affordable veterinary care with compassion and 
an emphasis on client education.

Help support our BHAH Rescue. This fund is to help patients that have no home and need medical attention.
Click Here to help support these animals in getting a second chance. 
Normal Hours of Operation:

Sunday - Closed
Monday 7am - 8pm
Tuesday 7am- 5pm
Wednesday 7am - 5pm
Thursday 7am - 8pm
Friday 7am - 5pm
Saturday 7am - 3pm
Top 5 Pet Safety Tips During Winter

1.)Never let your dog off the leash on snow or ice, especially during a snowstorm. Dogs can lose their scent and easily become lost.

2.)Thoroughly wipe your dog’s legs, feet, and stomach when he comes in after walking in sleet, snow or ice. He might ingest salt, antifreeze or other potentially dangerous chemicals while licking his paws

3.)If your large dog spends most of his time outside, take proper precautions during the colder months. Make sure your dog has an insulated and waterproof dog house and access to fresh water. And remember — if it’s too cold for you, it’s too cold for your dog

4.)Outdoor, stray and feral cats sometimes sleep under car hoods to stay warm. But the fan belt can injure or kill a cat when the motor starts. To avoid catastrophe: Bang loudly on your hood before starting the engine to give the cat a chance to escape.

5.)Consider giving short-haired or smaller dogs a coat to wear outside to protect them from the elements and the chilly temperature.