Good Shepherd Experience in Veterinary Medicine 2018-02-20T16:59:28+00:00

The team at Good Shepherd Vet Hospital strives to provide high quality veterinary care to Greater Pittsburgh area pet owners who demand next level of veterinary medicine.

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I had to update my review. After my cats’s surgery below, he was all good until this weekend. He started acting funny and showing signs of a UTI. I read online that UTIs can get very serious in cats very quickly, but I knew I would spend thousands at the emergency vet that I did not have. I called Dr. I on Sunday and he agreed to meet me. It was also his daughters’ birthday!!!!!! What an amazing and caring vet this guy is!!!
Danielle S., Cat Surgery
Dr. Ibrahim has been my vet for a while now. He’s one of the most caring and compassionate vets out there. He takes the time to explain every situation in terms that any owner can understand and truly realizes how much people care about their pets. The staff are extremely friendly and the office, being a converted house, feels comfortable and welcoming. When I was concerned my dog had mange, he was extremely thorough in his history and examination and my dog was better in a week (it wasn’t mange, but some type of fungal skin infection). He took me online, showed me pictures of what to look out for if I was ever concerned again and sent me and my dog on our way after making sure I was completely satisfied. Even my dog is a big fan of him! Best vet in the area, no question.



1403, 2016

Know What to Look for in Dog Toys

March 14th, 2016|0 Comments

Shopping for pet toys can be overwhelming. With so many choices how do you know what’s right for your pet? Providing your pet with an enriched environment where they can play safely is a part [...]

1403, 2016

Tracking the Number of Cases of Lyme Disease in Our Area

March 14th, 2016|0 Comments

Current Advice on Parasite Control: Vector-Borne Diseases - Lyme Disease Last reviewed and edited June 2015 Synopsis CAPC Recommends Screening dogs for exposure to Borrelia burgdorferi due to rapid geographic expansion of endemic areas. In areas where [...]