Originally called Concord Animal Hospital, the practice was opened by Dr. Schwartz in 1984 to serve the new neighborhoods springing up along the Route 202 corridor.
In 1997, Dr. Stephen Butler bought the practice as a satellite facility for his Centerville hospital and renamed it Talleyville Veterinary Hospital. He remodeled the hospital into a fully capable medical, surgical and boarding facility. After Dr. Butler’s sudden passing in 2003, the future of Talleyville was uncertain. However, in September 2004, it was announced that Talleyville Veterinary Hospital was to merge with Windcrest Animal Hospital, a state-of-the-art hospital in Wilmington. The relationship with Windcrest allows for the most up-to-date medical care 24 hours a day as needed for clients and patients, but at the same time keeps the intimate atmosphere of the local neighborhood animal hospital.
In July 2007, Dr. Kathryn Stoltzfus became chief of staff and has built a caring team of professionals to continue the legacy of care and concern for patients and pet parents alike.