Pocopson Veterinary Station is proud to serve West Chester, PA and surrounding areas. We are dedicated to providing the highest level of veterinary medicine along with friendly, compassionate service.

Pocopson Veterinary Station is proud to serve West Chester, PA and surrounding areas. We are dedicated to providing the highest level of veterinary medicine along with friendly, compassionate service.

We believe in treating every patient as if they were our own pet, and giving them the same loving attention and care. We are a group of highly trained, experienced animal lovers who are devoted to giving our patients the best care possible.

If you have any questions about how we can care for your pet, please don’t hesitate to call us at (610) 793-3200. Thank you!


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    June D.

    Love Dr. Amy Kidd and her staff! I wouldn't take my fur babies anywhere else! I trust her with their care and know she makes... read more

    9/02/2018
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    Dave C.

    We actually adopted two kittens - a brother and sister - that had been rescued by Pocopson Vet Clinic so we've been taking them... read more

    12/10/2018
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    Katie J.

    The Staff at Pocopson Vet Station are knowledgeable and competent regarding the care of my pets. They are a great team that work together to... read more

    11/24/2018
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    Rebecca H.

    I have been going to Pocopson Vet.for quite a few years with three cats. The doctors and staff are extremely caring and helpful! Regular healthy... read more

    12/05/2018
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    Michael H.

    I did a lot of research of local Vets in the area before deciding on Pocopson. I am VERY happy after my puppies first visit... read more

    10/23/2018

Out Veterinary Team

Amy L. Kidd, VMD

Dr. Amy Kidd has been in small animal private practice since her graduation from the University of Pennsylvania in 1998. She is a native of the greater Philadelphia area, growing up in Huntingdon Valley, Pennsylvania, and attending Muhlenberg College in Allentown prior to veterinary school. While a student at the University of Pennsylvania, Dr. Kidd’s interest in critical and emergent care was fostered and is still with her today. A strong proponent of cutting-edge medicine, Dr. Kidd prides herself in her ability to deliver high quality preventive medicine and perform both routine and emergency surgeries. Now, she is excited to be able to provide these services for the patients and their owners at Pocopson Veterinary Stati


Ruth_Eriksson_06Leia Paul, DVM

Dr. Leia Paul has been in small animal practice since her graduation from Purdue School of Veterinary Medicine in 1999. Her husband’s career path has taken her to many places—from Atlanta to Wisconsin to Maryland and finally to North Wilmington, where she has been in practice for 8 years. She is very excited to join the PVS team! Dr Paul grew up in southern Indiana and did her undergraduate studies at Oglethorpe University in Atlanta. She always knew she wanted to be a vet and enjoys the challenges and diversity that the profession offers. She loves the detective work of difficult medical cases, the artistic aspects of soft tissue surgery, and the relationships she forms with her clients and their furry children. The Paul family lives in North Wilmington and includes Dr. Paul’s husband, Brian, their two children Ella and Nate, their two poodles Lulu and Emmi, and their cats Gracie and Ollie. Top hobby for Dr.Paul is growing orchids and trying to get them to re-bloom.

History of our Building

We are privileged to work in a very unique and historical setting. Our building was built in 1893 as a passenger station for the Wilmington and Northern Railroad, then following some conversion work it became the Pocopson Post Office in 1947. The facility was subsequently sold at auction during the 1970’s, then refurbished as a veterinary practice in 1991. Many original fixtures and features have been preserved, and today the property is listed in the Chester County Register of Historic Places. The train still visits us a few times each day.