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Ironstone Farm, in Boyertown, PA was founded in the late 1700’s on land sloping up from the banks of the Ironstone Creek. Since 1982, it has been home to 3 enterprises, all conducted here. Ironstone Veterinary Hospital is the core activity. Dr. Sherilyn Allen, VMD, an equine practitioner since 1974, founded the clinic as a small animal facility, where all sorts of pets are cared for in traditional allopathic methods as well as holistic methods.
Here also, she started the breeding of champion Neapolitan Mastiffs, and in so doing, gained so much knowledge about them that she wrote several books about the breed.
After her family of three children grew up, Dr. Allen was able to pursue her love of horses, horse training, and horse breeding. Some wonderful sport horses have been born, trained, and sold through Ironstone. We specialize in people oriented dressage trained warmbloods, Lusitanos, and reining bred and trained Quarter horses.There is always a lot going on at Ironstone.
Our super friendly staff welcomes you at all times. If you need a great dog, a great horse, or great care for your own family member pets, Ironstone is here to serve you.
Did you know that Dr. Allen is a published author? Now you can get your very own copy of 'The Official Book of the Neapolitan Mastiff' ! After 20 years, a new, revised addition is available featuring more photos. Thanks to Denise Flaim of Revodana publishing! It can be purchased at any major book distributor, but the best price is available through the publisher's website:
Dr. Sherilyn Allen
Boyertown Veterinarian | Ironstone Veterinary Hospital | (610) 367-6446
869 West Pine Ford Road
Boyertown, PA 19512
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