PHILADELPHIA, PA (October 4, 2019) – Community Veterinary Partners (CVP) is pleased to announce Warren Animal Hospital has joined the growing CVP family. Warren is now the 5th New Jersey-based veterinary practice within the CVP community, continuing the company’s steady expansion on the Eastern side of the United States.
Dr. Vincent Zaccheo leads Warren Animal Hospital with associate veterinarians Dr. Nicole Zaccheo, Dr. Amber Bauer, and Dr. Stephanie Duffy. The practice comes to CVP with a 40-year focus on providing high-quality animal care for a wide variety of companion and exotic pets across the Phillipsburg area and surrounding communities.
“Warren Animal Hospital’s longevity of service to their community, combined with their comprehensive care offerings to pets and their owners, are such tremendous benefits to the CVP family. All of us at CVP are excited to partner with Warren in continuing to offer their community the care they have come to expect from such a wonderful and valued pet care provider,” said Kevin Ruffe, CEO of CVP.
Operating for more than four decades, Warren provides routine and preventative wellness, comprehensive medical, surgical, and dental care, diagnostics, as well as a dedicated focus on reproduction planning to help pet owners decide if, when, and how to breed their pets.
“It was important to everyone here at Warren to go through this transition in a way that allows us to maintain the 40-year legacy we’ve built for our hospital. In working through this process with CVP, we could see how our values and priorities aligned in providing the best care possible to pets and their families, and in ensuring that we will continue to deliver that care at the hospital level. I am tremendously grateful to CVP for their partnership, their flexibility, their guidance, and their commitment to this family and team throughout the entire process.”
With the addition of Warren Animal Hospital, Community Veterinary Partners maintains its focus on providing quality care and compassion to animals and families in their communities.