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  • When Your Senior Cat Should See the Vet
    Your beautiful white indoor cat, Snowball, has been an active part of your family for years. She’s always loved batting at cat toys, playing in cardboard boxes, and chasing imaginary Read more
  • Dogs and Chocolate: A Deadly Combination
    Your love of chocolate has turned you into a real chocolate aficionado. You make a sinfully good chocolate dessert every chance you get, and you keep a bowl of chocolate Read more
  • Flea Preventative Poisoning in Cats
    Did you know that the very preventative medicine you put on your cat to avoid flea infestations could be poisonous if applied improperly or the dosage is wrong? Here, a Read more
  • Feline Flea Control and Prevention
    One of your life’s great pleasures is curling up on the couch with your happily purring cat Cinnamon. Watching television, reading a book, or simply snuggling inside on a cold Read more
  • Can Acupuncture Benefit My Dog?
    You might think acupuncture for pets is a silly or new-age concept that couldn’t really help your dog, but the fact is that veterinary acupuncture is become more and more Read more
  • Socializing Kittens
    Studies have shown that kittens who are handled by humans more turn out to be better behaved and socialized pets as adults. If you’ve recently become guardian of a litter Read more
  • Feeding Your Adult Dog
    Your puppy isn’t a puppy anymore—as your dog grows into full adult form, make sure her diet matches her age. Here, a Reynoldsburg vet tells you more.Match Diet to Activity Read more
  • Pet Safety for Valentine’s Day
    Romance is in the air as Valentine’s Day approaches—keep it that way by avoiding a trip to your Reynoldsburg veterinarian’s office with your pet! Use these tips to keep your Read more
  • A Guide to Pet Safety in Sub-Zero Temperatures
    As our thermometers dip below the zero mark this winter, we must be aware of our pet’s safety as well as our own. Use these tips from a Reynoldsburg veterinarian Read more
  • Guide to Brushing Your Dog’s Teeth
    You’re probably aware that regularly brushing your teeth results in a nicer-looking smile and better breath. Brushing also helps to prevent potentially serious periodontal disease. You can help your dog Read more
  • Keeping Your Cat Off the Counters
    Your cat’s curiosity knows no bounds, and it seems your kitty is especially interested in objects (or foods) located on your kitchen counters or dining room table. Remember that photo Read more
  • Why Your Dog’s Fecal Exams Are Important
    As a dedicated dog owner, your pooch Biff is a treasured part of your family. You understand the importance of comprehensive wellness care, and you make sure Biff sees his Reynoldsburg Read more
  • Keeping Your Pet Safe During the Holidays
    The holidays are full of family, food, and fun—and they also present some hazards for our four-legged friends. Follow these helpful tips from your Reynoldsburg veterinarian to keep your pet Read more
  • Choosing the Correct Carrier for Your Dog
    A carrier crate for your dog is an important investment—it will be needed for trips to the vet, as well as any vacations you take as a family. Follow these Read more
  • The Dangers of Inhaled Poisons for Pets
    As pet owners, we may focus a great deal on topical home poisons touching our pets, like cleaning solutions or rat poison, and swallowed poisons, like toxic foods or poisonous Read more
  • High-Rise Syndrome in Cats
    Most people tend to think that cats always land on their feet and never have accidents. Neither of these statements are true, and in fact veterinarians have coined a term Read more

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Monday:

8:00 am-7:00 pm

Tuesday:

8:00 am-4:00 pm

Wednesday:

8:00 am-6:00 pm

Thursday:

8:00 am-7:00 pm

Friday:

8:00 am-6:00 pm

Saturday:

8:00 am-2:00 pm

Sunday:

3:00 pm - 4:00 pm (Kennel Only)