The Washington Street Veterinary Services is a modern full service practice.   Under the guidance of Dr. Libby Nesvold and our caring staff, the practice offers a full range of Veterinary services, such as Wellness exams, Vaccines, Microchipping, Dentistry and Digital X-rays to name a few.

FEES

 

While the service at the Washington Street Veterinary Service is of the highest quality, fees are kept moderate.

 

For our clients’ convenience, we accept Cash, Personal Checks, MasterCard, Visa & American Express

 

Libby Y. Nesvold, V.M.D.

 

Dr. Nesvold graduated from the University of  Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine and has had her own small animal practice for over 35 years.  Dr. Nesvold wanted to be a Veterinarian from early childhood.  When not at WSVS, Dr. Nesvold enjoys horseback riding, ballroom dancing, showing her Afghan Hound and two Rottweilers in obedience competition as well as spending time with her two young granddaughters.  Dr. Nesvold’s “home zoo” includes three dogs, “Saja” an Afghan Hound; “Zana & Luna” Rottweilers; two Calico cats, “Ronnie” and “Saeki”; two goats, “Oma” and “Yumi” and two and a half horses, “Tuffy” a Tennessee Walker, “Spanky” a Quarter Horse and “Beau” a miniature horse.

Dr. Nesvold is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association, American Association of Feline Practitioners and The American Veterinary Dental Society

 

Taz - A Success Story

 

Taz, an 8 year old feline, was diagnosed in April 2009 with Diabetes.  When he arrived at WSVS he weighed only 7 pounds.  Taz receives insulin injections twice a day and is now doing very well.  His weight is up to 13 pounds, he is bright, alert and looks and feels wonderful.  He is back to his “young” self.

 

Community Service

 

To help the many pets found as strays or surrendered because of the economy, WSVS is involved in community projects such as Mutts Mania, benefiting the Mt. Pleasant Animal Shelter, and “Adoption Day at the Provident Bank” benefiting local Rescue Groups.  WSVS tries to aid lost pets by being a member of the “HomeAgain – PetRescuer” network.

 

 

Dr. Nesvold speaking with perspective pet adopters at Adoption Day at the Provident Bank in Mendham.  The Provident Bank is nice enough to let local Rescue Organizations bring in their pets that are up for adoption in the hopes of finding these great pets new homes.  Dr. Nesvold is there to answer any health questions perspective adopters may have.

 

 

Dr. Nesvold speaking with a visitor to the Mutts Mania Pet Fair.   Mutts Mania is a fund raiser held at a local park in Hanover Township to help the many stray, abandoned and surrendered pets currently at the Mt. Pleasant Animal Shelter.

 

 
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