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Welcome to West Valley Animal Hospital
Your Veterinarian in ALLENTOWN PA
Call us at (610) 530-0600

Dr. Martha Hatchett, licensed PA veterinarian and owner of West Valley Animal Hospital, has been providing full service veterinary care to families in the Lehigh Valley area for over twenty years. Located at the western edge of Allentown, West Valley Animal Hospital is a small, friendly practice that strives to give personal attention to you and your pets in a calm, stress-free environment. We provide care for your cat, dog, rabbit, ferret, guinea pig or pocket pet. We begin with a comprehensive, thorough physical examination. We allot plenty of time to address your questions and concerns regarding any aspect of your pet's health including preventative care, diagnostic testing, treatment, and dental and surgical services.
Trust Dr. Martha Hatchett and her dedicated staff to provide the loving care you and your pet deserve.


Martha Hatchett
ALLENTOWN Veterinarian | West Valley Animal Hospital | (610) 530-0600

351 S ROUTE 100
ALLENTOWN, PA 18106

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Office Hours

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Allentown Location

Monday:

9:00 AM-7:00 pm

Tuesday:

9:00 AM-6:00 pm

Wednesday:

9:00 AM-5:00 pm

Thursday:

9:00 AM-8:00 pm

Friday:

9:00 AM-5:00 PM

Saturday:

9:00 am-1:00 pm

Sunday:

Closed

Testimonials

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  • "Although I haven't been to Dr. Hatchett's clinic since seeing it prior to her opening it (if she's in the same place as she was before I left PA), you are all very fortunate to find a loving and caring Doctor. I had the honor of working with Dr. Hatchet (she may not remember), many, many years ago. I found her to be one of the best Veterinary doctors ever. She gave each patient all the time and care they needed, never rushed anyone. She would work so late sometimes and miss out eating because she was more concerned about taking care of her patients, than to asking care of herself. I'm so happy to see all these wonderful photos and great feedback that you leave for her and her staff, she deserves it! So happy for you Martha, keep up the great work! Oh, and you need to be in more of the pictures! Kindest regards, and best wishes for continued success"
    Lisa Ruffing
  • "Absolutely the best. Dr. Hatchett and the entire staff are caring, friendly, understanding and concerned with your situation and your pet's health, comfort and happiness. We couldn't ask for more. The time spent with you, the knowledge shared, the compassion shown is above any I've experienced. We've been with Dr. Hatchett for many, many years through numerous furry family members. Together we have enjoyed the journey from babies to adults - yearly exams, operations and sadly, gently, helped them go when needed. I can't say enough good about Dr. Hatchett. She obviously sets the standard for the office and she sets it well. They are all outstanding."
    Ginny Suzanne
  • "These people were so nice to me and my baby Image. They didn't get frustrated at the fact that I kept calling checking up on Image (she got spayed). Then when I went to pick her up I was welcomed as if they known me for a while (this was our first time there) then tadaaaa here comes the nurses slowly holding her like if they enjoyed every second with her. They was holding her close to make her feel comfortable. The girl looked so peaceful literally the first time I ever allowed anyone to hold my Yorkie like that and it did not bother me. They did a great job although I was emotional there and when I came home. But this was a option well made. They made my Image visit an unforgettable one I'll recommend this place to everyone who deeply loves their animal this is a trusted place"
    Carmencita Torres