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Welcome to Caring Hands Veterinary Clinic

Welcome to Caring Hands Veterinary Clinic! We Are an AAHA Veterinary Practice Serving the Greater Philadelphia, PA, Area

Caring Hands Veterinary is your one-stop-shop for all veterinary care needs, for a reliable source of information, and a place to share concerns that may arise. Since we opened our doors in 2012, we have been providing quality and efficient care to pets in the Greater Philadelphia area. Our friendly and dedicated team of vet professionals truly care about pets and their health and well-being. We make sure that our pet patients are always in good health so that they can live happy lives.

As an accredited member of AAHA (American Animal Hospital Association), our vet team strongly follows all healthcare guidelines that this association sets out so that we can continue to provide high-quality to all of our patients. Being a part of this organization is a great honor for us.

Pet Care Services That Keeps Animals Healthy

If you want to give your pets the best care possible, consider taking advantage of our pet wellness services. These services include health checkups, vaccinations, preventative care, and routine care. We offer these services and more as our way of making it easier and more affordable to care for your beloved pets comprehensively.

One thing many pet owners easily overlook is the importance of proper dental care. Strong, healthy teeth are just as important for cats and dogs as they are for people. Because they’re not always able to explain any discomfort or issues they may be experiencing, it’s essential that teeth and gums be checked and cleaned regularly.

The Most Modern Vet Care in Philadelphia

Caring Hands Veterinary Clinic is state-of-the-art vet facility that is staffed by the finest and most attentive professionals in the Greater Philadelphia area. We are able to take digital imaging in high-resolution within seconds, allowing non-invasive diagnosis of internal injuries, and our in-house laboratory allows us to do most lab work quickly and accurately without relying on outside providers. We can even evaluate your pets’ electrolytes, making it easier to assess their condition during emergencies.

Why Chose Our Vet Clinic?

Dr. Sajeesh Thomas, our veterinarian, and his staff know that comprehensive pet care has to include respect and compassion for pet owners throughout every visit as well. Whether it’s standard procedures like pet wellness exams, dental cleanings, or something more serious, we will talk you through your options and explain the procedures themselves.

Schedule an Appointment with Our Philadelphia Veterinarian Today

Caring Hands Veterinary Clinic is located at 3310 Grant Avenue in Philadelphia, PA. Call us anytime at (215) 621-8959 or fill out our easy contact us form on our website. Our veterinarian and his team look forward in providing exceptional care to your beloved pets.

Meet Our Skilled Team

Learn Who We Are

  • Dr.
    Sajeesh Thomas

    Dr. Thomas is the founder and primary veterinarian of CHVC. He graduated from Assam Agricultural University in India and has been practicing since 2003. He has spent many years working for rescue organizations in Philadelphia helping to spay and neuter hundreds of animals.

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  • Mary
    Certified Veterinary Technician

    Mary is a Certified Veterinary Technician and has been in the veterinary field for the past twelve years. She is very excited to be a member of the Caring Hands Veterinary Hospital medical team. She has two cats at home Riku (Left) and Samanosuke (Right - Sammie for short).

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  • Kayla
    Veterinary Technician Assistant

    Kayla has been a part of the Caring Hands team since August 2016. Her passion for animals took off when she started volunteering at ACCT in 2010 and has fostered many dogs in need over the years. She is currently taking classes at Penn Foster to become a Certified Veterinary Technician.

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  • Monica
    Office Manager/Veterinary Technician Assistant

    Monica is most likely the first person who will greet you when you walk into Caring Hands Vet Clinic. She has been a veterinary receptionist, technician and Manager for going on 10 years and loves every moment of it! She has been working along side Dr. Thomas since he opened Caring Hands in 2012.

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  • Brittany
    Veterinary Technician Assistant

    Brittany joined us at Caring Hands as a Veterinary Technician Assistant in August of 2017. She previously worked at a pet supply store for 10 years, and through that experience she found her love and compassion for pets and wanted to expand her career and work hands on with animals.

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In case of emergency during our off hours you can contact the following 24 hour Emergency Care Center

Veterinary Specialty & Emergency Center
(215) 750-78884

Matthew J Ryan Hospital ( University of Penn.)
(215) 898-4680

Care for Animal Referral and emergency Services (CARES)
(215) 750-2774


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Office Hours

We will only be open every other Wednesday & Saturday

Our Schedule


9:00 am-6:00 pm


9:00 am-6:00 pm


12:00 pm-6:00 pm


9:00 am-6:00 pm


9:00 am-4:00 pm


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In case of emergency during our off hours you can contact the following 24 hour Emergency Care Center
Veterinary Specialty & Emergency Center (VSEC) (215) 750-78884
Matthew J Ryan Hospital ( University of Penn.) (215) 898-4680
Centre for Animal Referral & Emergency Services (CARES) (215) 750-2774

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  • "Sajeesh is the ultimate professional, expert, Vet. He is always very pleasant and patient with all customers and co-workers. I highly recommend Sajeesh to anyone who is in need of Vet services!"
    Wanda A. Reese / Philadelphia, PA