University Drive Veterinary Hospital

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1602 University Dr
State College, PA 16801

Driving Directions

(814) 231-8387


  • Hours:
  • Mon-Fri: 8:00am - 7:00pm
  • Sat: 8:00am - 12:00pm
  • Sun: Closed
  • After Hours Emergencies: CPVETS (814) 237-4670

University Drive Veterinary Hospital (UDVH) is a locally owned and operated animal hospital in State College, Pennsylvania. We have been serving the pet community of Happy Valley and surrounding areas for over 40 years.

It is our goal to provide guidance and support for you and your furry family members throughout every stage of their lives. Our team of dedicated professionals are passionate about animals and strive to provide the highest quality of care we would expect for our own pets.

The staff at UDVH understands that your pet's health is as important to you as your own. We offer excellent preventative and diagnostic medicine with a personalized touch. After hours emergency service is provided by our member hospital: Central Pennsylvania Veterinary Emergency Treatment Service (CPVETS).

Drs. Lincoski and Miller keep up to date on the latest and safest vaccine, anesthesia, and medication protocols. Our skilled veterinary technicians always greet you with a smile and are available to help answer questions and keep your experience positive.

We look forward to seeing you soon!

University Drive Veterinary Hospital Services

  • Anesthesia
  • Dental Care
  • Emergency and Critical Care
  • Feline Boarding
  • Fully Stocked Pharmacy
  • Hospice and Euthanasia Services
  • Laboratory
  • Microchipping
  • Nutritional Counseling
  • Pain Management
  • Parasite Prevention and Control
  • Puppy and Kitten Care
  • Radiology (X-Rays)
  • Senior Care
  • Surgery
  • Ultrasound
  • Vaccinations
  • Wellness Exams

University Drive Veterinary Hospital Staff Profiles


Dougy joined UDVH in 2008 and has been gracing us with his presence ever since. He's been known to steal a turkey sandwich or beg for your lunch. Dougy's favorite task is helping with laundry, but only when it's straight out of the dryer. Clients often comment on his gorgeous blue fur which he uses to hide his big belly. If we don't give in to his dinner demands right at 5pm, he may be found eating plant leaves in the waiting room.
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Food, warm laundry, Chelsea's lap...

Susan E. Lincoski, VMD

Dr. Lincoski was a technician at UDVH in the early nineties while earning a Bachelor’s degree in History from Penn State. After graduation she headed off to veterinary school at the University of Pennsylvania where she received her doctorate in 1998.

Sue has practiced in Horsham, Danville, Philadelphia, and Florida while traveling with her husband who served in the United States Air Force before she returned to State College. Dr. Lincoski lives nearby with her husband: Chris, daughter: Paige, and cat: Jimmy. In her spare time she enjoys lunch with friends, reading, traveling, mountain biking, and downhill skiing.

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PSU, The University of Pennsylvania


Mylow is a diabetic patient we adopted in 2012. At first he didn't like his new home and bit the staff when it was time for insulin. Luckily his temperament improved and you can now find him greeting clients at the reception desk. Mylow is best at always being in the way or waltzing into rooms to say hi to patients. He and Dougy compete to clean up treats after an appointment, or you may hear him walking around the practice meowing loudly to his favorite toy.
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Food, being under foot, talking...