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White Oak Veterinary Clinic

White Oak Veterinary Clinic

3065 Jacks Run Road | White Oak, PA 15131

Call 412-428-7388
Monday 9:00am - 7:00am
Tuesday 9:00am - 7:00am
Wednesday 9:00am - 4:00am
Thursday 9:00am - 4:00am
Friday 9:00am - 7:00am
Saturday 9:00am - 4:00am
Sunday Closed
  • Full-Service Veterinary Facility
  • Laser Therapy
  • Surgical Procedures
  • Vaccinations
  • Advanced Imaging
  • Animal Flea Control
  • Animal Microchipping
  • Bird Vet
  • Reptile Vet
  • Small Animal Vet
  • Spaying/Neutering
  • Veterinarians
  • Veterinary Dentistry
  • Veterinary Euthanasia
  • Veterinary Surgery
  • Veterinary Vaccinations
  • New Pet Initial Visit
  • Physical Exam
Description

White Oak Veterinary Clinic is a full service, state-of-the-art veterinary hospital treating dogs, cats and exotic pets from the White Oak, PA community and surrounding area.

The Daily News Readers' Choice Gold Award for Best Veterinarian

Our professional and courteous staff provides the best possible veterinary care, surgical services, and pet dental care for our highly valued patients. We support our clients in their efforts at responsible pet ownership through preventive veterinary health care, advanced diagnostic technology, and aggressive treatment for injury and disease, as well as educational resources and opportunities for our clients.

White Oak Veterinary Clinic's first-class facility and talented team of experienced veterinarians have been improving the health of the community's dogs and cats for decades. We are able to provide a complete lineup of primary care services, and can provide referrals to specialists in the area in case your pet requires a unique treatment plan.

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This happy patient is being treated with a therapeutic cold laser by one of our highly-trained veterinary technicians. We are proud to offer this modern advancement in veterinary care. This happy patient is being treated with a therapeutic cold laser by one of our highly-trained veterinary technicians. We are proud to offer this modern advancement in veterinary care.
Our in-house lab is equipped to run blood tests as well as other diagnostic lab workups to help our medical team quickly and accurately diagnose health issues. Our in-house lab is equipped to run blood tests as well as other diagnostic lab workups to help our medical team quickly and accurately diagnose health issues.
A veterinary technician is taking a close look at this patient’s paw. A veterinary technician is taking a close look at this patient’s paw.
We strive to provide the best possible medical care for every patient. We strive to provide the best possible medical care for every patient.
If your pet needs to be hospitalized overnight, White Oak Veterinary Clinic provides clean and comfortable kenneling for cats and dogs. If your pet needs to be hospitalized overnight, White Oak Veterinary Clinic provides clean and comfortable kenneling for cats and dogs.
To ensure every patient makes a full and successful recovery from surgery or illness, we offer comfortable overnight kenneling. To ensure every patient makes a full and successful recovery from surgery or illness, we offer comfortable overnight kenneling.
The waiting area at White Oak Veterinary Clinic is spacious and uncluttered to help make your experience calm and comfortable for you and your pet. The waiting area at White Oak Veterinary Clinic is spacious and uncluttered to help make your experience calm and comfortable for you and your pet.
Welcome to White Oak Veterinary Clinic, a full-service, state-of-the-art animal hospital in White Oak, PA. We have been treating the dogs, cats, and pocket pets of the White Oak community and surrounding areas since 1981! Welcome to White Oak Veterinary Clinic, a full-service, state-of-the-art animal hospital in White Oak, PA. We have been treating the dogs, cats, and pocket pets of the White Oak community and surrounding areas since 1981!
Our treatment area is used for a range of veterinary procedures, such as drawing blood, administering vaccines, performing dental cleanings, and preparing for surgery. Our treatment area is used for a range of veterinary procedures, such as drawing blood, administering vaccines, performing dental cleanings, and preparing for surgery.
Dental health is a key component of overall health. We offer dental exams, cleanings, and surgery to help protect and preserve your pet’s health. Dental health is a key component of overall health. We offer dental exams, cleanings, and surgery to help protect and preserve your pet’s health.
During your pet’s wellness exam at White Oak Veterinary Clinic, you can expect your veterinarian to perform a complete examination of your pet’s body systems, from nose to tail. During your pet’s wellness exam at White Oak Veterinary Clinic, you can expect your veterinarian to perform a complete examination of your pet’s body systems, from nose to tail.
White Oak Veterinary Clinic is equipped with digital radiography, which produces a much clearer image than a traditional x-ray. White Oak Veterinary Clinic is equipped with digital radiography, which produces a much clearer image than a traditional x-ray.
This is an exam room, where your pet will be examined by one of our caring veterinarians. This is an exam room, where your pet will be examined by one of our caring veterinarians.
White Oak Veterinary Clinic houses a modern surgical suite, equipped for a wide range of basic surgical procedures, including spay & neuter, dental surgery, injury repair, orthopedic surgery, and soft tissue surgery. White Oak Veterinary Clinic houses a modern surgical suite, equipped for a wide range of basic surgical procedures, including spay & neuter, dental surgery, injury repair, orthopedic surgery, and soft tissue surgery.
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Aimee D. Gordon, D.V.M. {Medical Director}
Aimee D. Gordon, D.V.M. {Medical Director}

Dr. Aimee Gordon is White Oak Veterinary Clinic's Medical Director and Veterinarian. Dr. Gordon focuses on small animal medicine with special interest in oncology, immunology, and ultrasound. She says the best part about being a veterinarian is the chance to care for all different types of pets, especially pocket pets such as guinea pigs and hamsters. Dr. Gordon enjoys being the animals’ “voice” as she tries to relate what they are feeling to their owners.

After growing up in Los Angeles, California, Dr. Gordon attended the University of Arizona and received her Bachelor’s Degree in Veterinary Science. In 2008 she obtained a Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from Ross University of Veterinary Medicine after completing her fourth year of study at Purdue University of Veterinary Medicine. Before joining White Oak Veterinary Clinic in 2009, Dr. Gordon completed a small animal internship at Louisiana Veterinary Referral Center in Mandeville, Louisiana.

At home, Dr. Gordon has two cats, Nala, and Caleb. She rescued Nala from a clinic in St. Kitts, and Caleb was brought to White Oak Veterinary Clinic as a stray. Caleb has a congenital defect which makes him very unsteady on his feet. He needs special care because of his developmental problem, but Dr. Gordon loves him because he doesn't let his physical challenges get in his way. While not working or caring for her various pets, Dr. Gordon enjoys video chatting with her niece, puzzles, reading, yoga, tai chi, and is an avid LA Kings and Pittsburgh Penguins hockey fan.

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