Milford Animal Hospital Practice
Milford Animal Hospital Philosophy


Milford is situated on the Delaware River and is surrounded by thousands of acres of federal and state park land. It is the county seat of Pike County and is one of the fastest growing regions in the tri-state area. The area has successfully integrated the influx of new residents and visitors while maintaining its quaint charm. People are attracted to the Milford area for a variety of reasons including:

1. The pristine natural beauty of the local forests, streams, lakes, gorges and parks.
2. Affordable housing and modest taxes.
3. Excellent school system.
4. Outdoor recreational activities including hunting, fishing, swimming, skiing, golf, hiking, and camping.
5. A thriving artistic community including writers, artists, actors, and musicians.
6. Proximity to the New York/New Jersey metropolitan area.
7. An eclectic array of fine restaurants, coffee shops, antique stores and enough other stores to satisfy most of your needs. The area does not "boast" any large shopping malls (thank goodness), but does have its Wal-Mart, K-Mart, Lowe's, Home Depot, and a multitude of restaurants .

Major shopping areas are within an easy 30 minute drive.

The town has many stately homes along its wide tree lined streets. The surrounding municipalities support numerous private residential communities with their own recreational and lake facilities. The entire region is home to a diverse abundance of wildlife including, deer, turkey, bear, eagles, fox, coyotes, amphibians and reptiles. The seasons are shared equally allowing one to enjoy the best of each. Milford provides the unique combination of a village ambience and urban sophistication.

The Main Street in Milford Pike County Court House A Park in Town

Historical Society Milford Beach on the Delaware Historic House

Milford Field of Dreams
Laurel Villa
Milford's Last Farm

Milford Animal Hospital
123 Chippy Cole Road
Milford, PA 18337
(570) 296-8448

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