BluePearl Pet Hospital in Philadelphia is an emergency vet and specialty pet hospital offering treatment for serious injuries and illnesses, as well as urgent care services. We have highly trained staff who use diagnostic methods such as ultrasound and X-rays for your pet. As an emergency vet service, we are fully equipped to handle your petâ€™s needs and have specialty services including anesthesia and pain management; diagnostic imaging including x-ray, MRI, and CT scans; internal medicine and surgery including for trauma, cancer, chronic diseases, hernias, and congenital conditions like dysplasia and heart defects.
Questions & Answers
Q What is the phone number for BluePearl Pet Hospital?
A The phone number for BluePearl Pet Hospital is: (267) 800-1950.
Q Where is BluePearl Pet Hospital located?
A BluePearl Pet Hospital is located at 1114 S Front St., Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19147
Q What is the internet address for BluePearl Pet Hospital?
A The website (URL) for BluePearl Pet Hospital is: https://bluepearlvet.com/hospital/philadelphia-pa/?utm_source=semrush&utm_medium=organic&utm_campaign=online_listings
Q How big is BluePearl Pet Hospital?
A BluePearl Pet Hospital employs approximately 2-5 people.
Q Is there a key contact at BluePearl Pet Hospital?
A You can contact Rebecca Orsher at (267) 800-1950.
Q What days are BluePearl Pet Hospital open?
A BluePearl Pet Hospital is open:
Monday: 24 Hours
Tuesday: 24 Hours
Wednesday: 24 Hours
Thursday: 24 Hours
Friday: 12:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Sunday: 8:00 AM - 12:00 AM
Q How is BluePearl Pet Hospital rated?
A BluePearl Pet Hospital has a 4.1 Star Rating from 836 reviewers.
Ratings and Reviews
BluePearl Pet Hospital
Overall Rating( 836 Reviews )
Courtney Vitale on Google
My dog was alive at 6pm on Monday, May 9, 2022 and just after midnight, he was dead. A neighbors large dog attacked him in the neck and BluePearl let Bean sit in an oxygen chamber for hours, scheduled for surgery late tomorrow morning instead of performing life-saving surgery immediately. Waiting to save him increased our quote from $8k to $12k. They extort your love of your pet to increase their profit. They do not operate 24/7. Even with the new posters claiming theyre open M-F, they do not have enough staff after 6pm to do more than a typical vet would do. Dont go here if your pet has an urgent, fatal emergency. Do your research and find a credible emergency vet. There are too many BluePearl horror stories to risk your pets lives too.
Dana Mahoney on Google
I have nothing but gratitude to Dr. Venanzi and her team. She was so incredibly kind and compassionate during the worst day of my life when my dog suddenly passed. They did everything they could to save him and Im so grateful my boy was in the best hands possible. Nothing can make that easy, but the way they treated us definitely helped soften the blow. RIP sweet Shaney bear
Silent Witness on Google
Excellent vet services. We took our dog here in the past and we took our elderly cat more recently. The vet on call, Dr. Venanzi, was excellent and truly cared about our Wendy. She was honest and open, and very frank about how and when to deal with our situation. She didn't push procedures or meds in our face, she simply gave her honest opinion on what we COULD do. I give this VSEC 5+ stars just for Dr. Venanzi's candor. It made the wait worthwhile instead of a dread. Thank you Doctor, and thank you BluePearl, for helping us in this difficult time.
Maria Regina on Google
Staff is very caring and extended the life of my cat. It's expensive but it's also an emergency vet, so. Charges are made very clear from the outset.
Shannon Wilson on Google
DO NOT TRUST. GET A SECOND OPINION IF YOU GO HERE.
The care my dog has received over the past year is inexcusable. Thank god I got a second opinion.
After a year of inconclusive results and being told to just monitor for any escalation of symptoms, my dogs symptoms got worse. So I took her back in. They essentially told me my dog had a life threatening condition and it needed to be surgically resolved within the next two days. In the same breath, they told me this very routine procedure would cost $5-$7,000 and their policy was to collect a deposit equal to the median amount of the estimate, so $6,000!!!!!.
They do not offer payment plans. The front staff generously offered to call care credit and plead for them to increase my credit limit on my behalfyeah no thanks.
So Im panicking. Convinced my dog is going to die unless I come up with 6k in two days.
I called around and was estimated $1500-$3,000 for the emergency procedure at other Philadelphia emergency vets.
When I took her in for the emergency procedure they did X-rays and more ultra sounds and concluded, confused, there is no emergency. There is no blockage. She does have some small mineralized stones that look like sandy sludge which we are going to treat with diet first because surgery at this point is an extreme response.
They also looked at the ultrasounds from the previous year when I had been told they were inconclusive and to just monitor for worsening of symptoms. After looking at the older ultrasound, the vet could not believe that I wasnt instructed to treat for stones with diet. He said that the bladder wall did look thicker and the ultrasound didnt show specific stones, but there just arent many options for what would cause that and he couldnt understand why we werent using preventative tactics to treat for the most likely scenario instead of just monitoring.
I genuinely feel bullied, manipulated, and extorted. If you go here and you have the chance GET A SECOND OPINION.
The procedure wouldve been, by the way, a completely routine cystotomy.
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