- About Us
- Fix 'Ur Pet is proud to serve the Canonsburg PA area for everything pet related. Our veterinary clinic and animal hospital is run by Kellie Frame VMD, who is a licensed, experienced Canonsburg veterinarian.
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To decrease animal suffering by offering the highest quality, affordable pet surgery and dental care-including but not limited to low cost spay and neuter services.
We are excited to announce that we are now offering full service veterinary care! AND we are still working hard to keep excellent quality veterinary care affordable for all pets!
We serve all of western Pennsylvania pets, as well as community and feral cats, for low cost spay and neuter procedures. We can also help your family if your pet has a more urgent surgical need such as feline perineal urethrostomy, hernia repair, tumor removal, entropion correction, gastropexy, splenectomy, cruciate ligament stabilization, amputation, enucleation and other surgical needs.
Please have a look at our "SERVICES" page for a list of common surgeries that we perform and the approximate prices. Also, be sure to check our "DENTISTRY" page for information about the comprehensive oral care that we can provide for your pet.
We are very conveniently located right off of Exit 43 of I-79 near Canonsburg Hospital. See our "Contact Us" page for a map and directions.
Kellie Frame VMD
Canonsburg Veterinarian | Fix 'Ur Pet | 724-514-6858
2215 Hill Church Houston Rd.
Canonsburg, PA 15317
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