In 2013, Dr. Stoller and her husband decided to purchase a vacant, multi-level former restaurant and turn it into their first hospital. The common thread for this project was to create a warm and welcoming atmosphere for everyone – winged, and two, and four legged – that came through their doors. To show the love they had for their dogs Bela and Cooper, the Stoller’s named the hospital after them.

The 4,300 square-foot, full-service hospital maximizes the 2,800 square-foot main floor with four exam rooms, a large isolation room, radiology, and a spacious surgery suite.

The main entry and reception area feature unique elements, such as a chalkboard that greets each client. The comfortable waiting room a few steps down includes a play space for children and a large retail area. The remainder of the hospital is also bright and homey.

Project Name

BelaCoop Animal Hospital of North Park


Gibsonia, Pennsylvania


4,301 Square Feet

What We Did

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