Cincinnati Veterinarians

in Cincinnati, OH

220
Veterinarians are
in Cincinnati

144
Veterinarians in Cincinnati
are top rated

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Nick S.
"Dr.
is our vet for our 2 german shepherds and was our vet for our 2 german shepherds before them. He has always done an excellent job with our dogs and even" our cats. The employees that work at the desk and answer the phones are very friendly and kind. We have had many good experiences with the
. Dr
is also a good veterinarian.
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DEAN C.
"At first, I thought that it was a little quirky taking the dogs to a vet who operates out of his house (and one needs to walk through the living room and down to the basement!) but" Dr.
came highly recommended as being thorough and economical. I felt that the
and staff were very personable and "real," discussing my concerns in an informal and unhurried manner. The one dog, our mixed "Benji" type was diagnosed with a heart murmur and a twice daily medication prescribed. In the last couple of weeks, she seems to have much more energy since on the medication. Both dogs had serious flea problems last year which was dismissed by our OLD vet as "NOT TAKING ENOUGH FRONTLINE." The truth is that the product touted by the old vet no longer worked as fleas have developed a resistance to it. Dr. Henihan recommended a new, less expensive treatment and we have not seen one flea as of yet! Kudos! Happy dogs and owners. Deano
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John D.
"Took Honey, a 4 y/o
dog, 55 pounds, in for a routine yearly checkup. Dr.
was and is a fantastic doctor. He explains things very well," is gentle with the patient, and does a thorough job. I personally would not go anywhere else. Honey had her exam, got her yearly shots, and had her anal glands expressed. Dr.
then thoroughly explained the different flea and tick meds, and also the parasite meds for heartworms, so I knew Honey was getting the correct and best meds. Wonderful experience and recommend this hospital highly.

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Angie's Answers

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Hi

The first answer is pretty thorough but I would like to add a few points. 

First.. the type of food you are feeding your dog may be the key.  If you are using a food that is grain, rice or corn based in the first three ingredients, please change to a food that is meat or chicken based.  Many dogs are allergic to grain, rice, wheat and corn and these things are used as primary ingredients in many well known, name brand dog foods.  Secondly, all treats that have these ingredients should be cut out.  It takes weeks to months before a food change can show results so you must be patient.  Jumping from one food to another will be counter-productive. 

Some dogs are so allergic to flea or other insect bites that one or two bites can cause a severe reaction.  Once the itching/scratching cycle begins, it is hard to stop it.  Benadryl is good but I suggest liquid form.  You can get it inexpensively at one of the dollar stores.  The pills take time to break down in the digestive system so you get better and faster results with the liquid.One tsp= 5cc and most dogs of average size can tolerate that much and more if the dog is a larger breed.  

Allergy testing is very expensive and most dogs will test positive to some things.  That does not mean that the itching is coming from those things as many things in the environment can trigger positive test results.  Breaking the cycle of itching is primary and that can be done with prednisone ( short term and last resort after benadryl and bathing), allergy shots( same deal, last resort after easier methods).   This spring and summer have been particularly hard, weather-wise.

Good luck!

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After you search for the company, you should get the "no results" page. Scroll down just a little bit, and you'll see a button and a link that say "Add this provider." Click on that to add them to the List! Thanks for the great question.
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I'm really sorry! It looks like we made some site changes I hadn't noticed before and it made things just a little more confusing (for me, too!). We'll have to look into this to make it easier.
In the meantime, here's what you do:
1) Look for the Submit a Report button. It's yellow and on the right-hand side of the page.
2) Search for the animal cancer care clinic you're looking for. The search box should be inside a yellow bar.
3) You should see a list of potential matches, but on top of those, there should be "add a provider to the List" text in blue, which is where you'll click to get to the add page.

Let me know if you have any trouble. Sorry, again, for this being so confusing.

Veterinarian reviews in Cincinnati

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The doctors, technicians, and staff of
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are wonderful human beings and highly competent professionals. They are concerned people who treat our dogs with the utmost care, respect and attention. Their friendlyness is evident from the moment we walk in the door to the time we leave. The professionals make very effort to explain the dog's condition, the treatment and our role in the care. We are also extremely impressed by their extraordinary efforts to keep our primary care vet informed and involved. We believe that they have helped our dog surpass a 6 month prognosis by an additional 18 months and still going.
We also believe that Doctors
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and
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and their technicians are responsible for the additional 2 and a half extra years of life for our springer spaniel who had bladder cancer.
One could only hope that the physicians who treat us humans followed the same model of care.
- Robert Q.
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First of all the vet was over an hour late and I had to call to ask where they were.
A vet I had never seen came (I had specifically asked if Dr. Line would be making the visit and I would not have scheduled that particular day if he had been unable to come). The vet that came refused to sell me the flea medicine my other dog (I had specifically been told this would be possible). The vet was very condescending in the way she spoke to me.
This was the last straw for me with this organization. While they did arrange appointments for me very promptly, if I had an emergency. This was my 3rd bad experience with them.
The first one was about 3 years ago when I picked up a dog that had been hospitalized for throwing up. I was told he was better. When I picked him up that night he was not acting right at all. He was in extreme pain, appearing to be in the hind quarter area, and this was a totally new situation. He was not acting right. When I got him home he paced, drank water, and was vomiting copious amounts constantly. I called the next morning to have him euthanized and they did not have time!!! My pet sitter found somebody in
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that came to my house to do it.
The second instance was not long before this last situation. I had a very sick dog that they had seen and knew that his blood count was low. I had an appointment that particular day in the afternoon but my dog was barely moving, could not get up on his own, and was obviously very weak. I knew that this vet's office did not give blood transfusions so I called and asked for a referral to Medvet in Cincinnati (Medvet told me I needed a referral from my vet). The person that answered the phone gave me a very hard time and asked did I not want to bring him to them because I did not want to pay for the visit. I had to wait until 3PM for the to be seen and all the vet did was take one look at him...looking down at him as he was lying on the floor, walk out and right for a referral. My dog could have died from this delay as his blood count was so low that the vet at Medvet had never seen a dog live with a blood count that low.
After the visit this past June I let them know why I was leaving and they did not even call me back.
- Carol A.
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Dr. Auvril was totally awesome and I was very happy with the end result. I've never met a vet who is so good with animals - he actually took time just to pet my cat and talk to him before he even did anything, and my cat loved him, I might add :) I was explained everything thoroughly, Dr. Auvril called me at surgery to give me a status update and to clear the procedure with me (what he needed to do partly depended on what he found once he started surgery), and the follow up visit was at no charge. They mailed photos and descriptions of the surgery to my regular vet for their files, too. The price was huge, but he IS a specialist and my cat needed it. The rest of the staff was also very friendly. He did a fantastic job on the surgery!
- Ryan E.
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I took my cat who was in congestive heart failure in on 9/16. He had been at another vet clinic who let him almost die. They had him in for treatment and were able to stabilize him in a very short time frame. He spent three days in the ICU unit and has made a nice recovery. They have the ability and the equipment to get to provide quality care.
- Allen D.
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We had been taking our pets (family members) to
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for 10 years and found their prices to be reasonable compared to other vets with decent service initially;and we liked that they were located less then 10 minutes from our home however, we noticed a decline in the service received and outcomes over the past few (more recen)t years. The first incident occurred when our female cat was almost killed by them during her annual examination/ vaccications because they administered her the wrong drugs, which she had a severe reaction too and almost died. However, we had written this off as a
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error/human mistake initially.
However, the following year we had got new puppy and we took him to
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Pet Hospital for his vaccinations and eventually neutered . We made sure they performed bloodwork prior to surgery (neutering) to check for any organ function issues and potential reactions to the anesthesia. The bloodwork was fine and the laser (neutering) surgery was performed. I went and picked him up at the end of the day - they gave me a paper indicating that he should not eat or drink anything for several hours and to keep an eye on the incision over the next few hours/days. They sent us home with a paper of things to watch out for. My little guy seemed to sleep throughout the evening until 3 A.M. when he woke the whole house up with extremely loud (non-stop) barking and moaning. I figured he must not be feeling well or is in pain (because he rarely ever barks). We took him to the emergency vet clinic where they examined him, gave him fluids, anti-gas meds, antibiotics and pain pills. They asked if our regular vet had given us antigas, antibiotics and pain pills to go home with since he had been spayed earlier that day. I exclaimed No! They then told me that a good vet would have sent him home with antigas,antibiotics and pain pills for the next several days especially since being neutered and/or spayed becomes very uncomfortable and painful for the animal once the anesthesia begins to wear off. After going through this event with our new puppy we began to have even less faith in the folks at
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Pet Hospital. Then over the next 6 months to year we had taken our male cat to
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3-4 times, because we had noticed that he didn't seem to be feeling well (runny stool, vomitting) and was loosing some weight. During each visit they listened to his heart and lungs and
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bloodwork, prescribed special food and gave him antibiotics. They kept telling us that he was fine (healthy) and just has some inflammation and maybe a GI virus but otherwise he is perfectly healthy. Over the next several months he had lost even more weight and continued having the same symptoms, so we took him to
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again where thy told us he was fine (nothing wrong with him - just a little bit dehydrated).. At this point we went to get a second opinion and the vet said that his heart rate was beating very rapidly and his
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function/breathing was shallow, along with the rapid weight loss he was sure he had severe hyperthyroidism, but would run some bloodwork to be sure. The bloodwork came back indicating that he did have severe hyperthyroidism (as a matter of fact the vet said in his 30 years of practice he never had a cat with a blood value so high before and wondered how or why
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could have missed the signs/symptoms and never diagnosed him with hyperthyroidism during the prior two years of showing outward and internal symptoms). Well, our new vet, placed our male cat on a specific drug, food program hoping that we could nurse him back to health and give him a longer, healthier life. Unfortunately, after a year on the special program he was not improving and had to be put to sleep.
After this third experience we decided that
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overlooks a lot of problem/health issues and makes too many mistakes which place my pets (family members) lives at risk of death. Therefore, we will no longer take our current or future pets (family members) to
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even if the location is more conveinient and the price is more reasonable.
- Lisa S.
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I've grown up with pets all my life and I've had the best experience with PAWS. I was really impressed with their professionalism and caring for my pet. Dr
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really cares for the pets and it shows in her bed-side manner. I wouldn't go anywhere else.
- Joe Z.
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I took my 6 year old dachshund with back pain at the instruction of the vet at
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Veterinary Clinic. She had injured her back in November 2011, but meds and rest had worked until she re injured herself right after Christmas.

She could still walk and defecate on her own when I took her in. The test and surgery where on a Tuesday and I dropped my dog off at 9am that morning, I did not hear back from the doctor until after 8:30pm that evening. She had a calcified disc that they "chipped" around in the surgery.
She recovered to a seemingly pain free state, yet she now cannot walk nor defecate on her own.

This is emergency medicine so not cheap. I like to pay by check, which was an option offered. The check "clearinghouse", rejected my check while extracting the money from my account. I had a very difficult time working with the office management to get them to understand and take responsibility for this. I had to have someone from my bank call and try and deal with the staff and clearinghouse. Finally, after much stress and embarrassment, CARE Center sent me a letter of apology and will waive the emergency visit ($90.00) if I should ever need them again.
- Tammy D.

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A Arnold Relocation

5200 Interchange Way

ADVANCED VETERINARY IMAGING

7821 LAUREL AVE
Cincinnati

ADVANCED VETERINARY IMAGING

10607 TECHWOOD CIR
Cincinnati

Affordable Critter Sitters

3435 Golden Avenue
Cincinnati

Agri Pet Veterinary Service

1447 Millville Shandon Rd
Hamilton

All About Pet Care

3410 Tytus Ave
Middletown

ALL ANIMAL EYE CLINIC

11913 MONTGOMERY RD
Cincinnati

All Creatures Animal Hospital

1894 Ohio Pike
Amelia

ALLISON VET HOSPITAL

962 OLD STATE RTE 74
Batavia

ANDERSON HILLS ANIMAL CARE HOSPITAL

2028 8 MILE RD
Cincinnati

Animal Care Center Of Fairfield

4005 Acme Dr
Fairfield

ANIMAL CARE CENTER OF FOREST PARK

11440 WINTON RD
Cincinnati

Animal Care Centers at Reed Hartman

10607 Techwood Cir
Cincinnati

Animal Care Clinic

75 Lynn Ave
Oxford

Animal Hospital

10448 State Rte 28
Blanchester

ANIMAL HOUSE CALLS

4299 RYBOLT RD
Cincinnati

ANIMAL WELLNESS HOSPITAL

962 OLD STATE ROUTE 74
Batavia

APPLE HILL ANIMAL HOSPITAL

407 E ROYALTON RD
Broadview Heights

APPLETREE PET CLINIC

4323 E GALBRAITH RD
Cincinnati

BACH VETERINARY CLINIC

12109 MADISON PIKE

Baker House Animal Hospital

5038 Appaloosa Circle
Morrow

Banfield Pet Hospital - Milford

245 Rivers Edge
Milford

BANFIELD THE PET HOSP

650 EASTGATE SOUTH DR
Cincinnati

BANFIELD THE PET HOSPITAL

3401 ALAMO AVE
Cincinnati

BANFIELD THE PET HOSPITAL

10164 COLERAIN AVE
Cincinnati

BANFIELD THE PET HOSPITAL

7574 VOICE OF AMERICA CENTDE
West Chester

BANFIELD THE PET HOSPITAL

2310 FERGUSON RD
Cincinnati

BANFIELD THE PET HOSPITAL

11741 PRINCETON PIKE
Cincinnati

Banfield Veterinary Services

8175 Arbor Square Dr
Mason

BEECHMONT PET HOSPITAL

6400 SALEM RD
Cincinnati

Bellevue Animal Hospital

407 Fairfield Ave

Bright Eye Optical

916 1/2 9th Avenue SE

BRINKER ANIMAL HOSPITAL

4701 DELHI AVE
Cincinnati

BROOKSIDE ANIMAL HOSPITAL

989 EATON AVE
Hamilton

Burlington Pet Hospital

2492 Burlington Pike

CAMARGO ANIMAL HOSP

8165 Camargo Rd
Cincinnati

Care Center

6995 East Kemper Rd.
Cincinnati

Carey Animal Hospital

4792 Ridge Ave
Cincinnati

CAT CALLS

PO Box 68046
Cincinnati

CAT CARE HOSPITAL

9367 CINCINNATI COLUMBUS RD
West Chester

CAT CLINIC OF CINCINNATI

3908 EDWARDS RD
Cincinnati

CENTRAL VETERINARY CLINIC

1205 Bobbitt Rd
Wilmington

CHERRY GROVE ANIMAL HOSPITAL

8407 BEECHMONT AVE
Cincinnati

CHRISY MYERS DVM

4642 WICKLOW DR
Middletown

CINCINNATI ANIMAL MEDICAL CENTER

8350 Plainfield Rd
Cincinnati

CINCINNATI CENTRAL ANIMAL HOSPITAL

650 E MCMILLAN ST
Cincinnati

CLOUGH PIKE VETERINARY CLINIC

1940 CLOUGH PKE
Batavia

COLONIAL ANIMAL CLINIC

321 W MAIN ST
Hillsboro

COMPANION CARE ANIMAL HOSPITAL

5117 DIXIE HIGHWAY
Fairfield

Country View Pet Hospital Inc

6574 West State Route 73
Wilmington

COUNTRYSIDE ANIMAL HOSPITAL

1063 OREGONIA RD
Lebanon

County Animal Hospital Inc

1185 Reading Rd
Mason

COUNTY LINE VETERINARY SVC

15704 US HIGHWAY 50

COVEDALE PET HOSPITAL

4503 W 8TH STREET
Cincinnati

Covenant Animal Clinic

115 E Franklin St
Bellbrook

CUSTIS VETERINARY SERVICE

960 W MAIN ST
Lebanon

Day Heights Veterinary Clinic

5628 Wolfpen Pleasant Hill Rd
Milford

DEER PARK VETERINARY HOSPITAL

4380 E GALBRAITH RD
Cincinnati

DELHI VETERINARY CLINIC

383 ANDERSON FERRY RD
Cincinnati

Delhi Vetrnary Clinic Inc

383 ANDERSON FERRY RD
Cincinnati

DIXIE ANIMAL CLINIC

2099 DIXIE HWY
Hamilton

DONALD L HANSON DVM

10770 MONTGOMERY RD
Cincinnati

Dr BO Williamson

459 Cincinnati Batavia Pike
Cincinnati

DR TODD PHILLIPS DVM

459 OLD STATE RT 74
Cincinnati

Dr. Bob Dahlhausen

5989 Meijer Dr
Milford

EAST FORK MOBIL VETERINARY SVC

3991 AFTON ELKLICK RD
Batavia

EAST HILLS VETERINARY CLINIC

420 Wards Corner Rd
Loveland

EASTGATE ANIMAL HOSPITAL

459 CINCINNATI-BATAVIA PK
Cincinnati

EMERGENCY VETERINARY CLINIC

3964 Red Bank Rd
Cincinnati

EVENDALE BLUE ASH PET HOSPITAL LTD

10519 READING RD
Cincinnati

FAMILY ANIMAL HOSPITAL

333 W MAIN ST
Batavia

Florence Animal Hospital

8113 US Highway 42

FORT THOMAS ANIMAL HOSPITAL

1133 S FORT THOMAS AVE

Four Paws Animal Hospital

731 Columbus Ave
Lebanon

ft thomas animal hospital

1133 s ft thomas ave

Georgetown Animal Hospital

9242 Hamer Rd
Georgetown

Glenway Animal Hospital

6272 Glenway Ave
Cincinnati

Harrison Animal Hospital

102 May Dr
Harrison

HEEKIN ANIMAL HOSPITAL

5052 OLD TAYLOR MILL RD

Hillside Small Animal Hospital, LLC

4400 Hartman Lane
Batavia

HOME VETERINARY CARE

2717 ALEXANDRIA PIKE

Hopewell Animal Hospital

9495 Loveland Madeira Rd.
Cincinnati

HOUSE CALL & EMERGENCY SVC

781 WARDS CORNER RD
Loveland

HOUSE VETS FOR HOUSE PETS

8240 Beechmont Ave
Cincinnati

HYDE PARK VET CLINIC

3667 PAXTON AVE
Cincinnati

J C RUDD DVM

956 STATE ROUTE 133 N
Felicity

JACK SWAGLER DVM

3487 DRAKE RD
Lebanon

JG McGinness Foot Orthotics

1445 Dekalb Street

JOHN T NENNI DVM

8508 THOMAS RD
Middletown

JOSEPH A SMITH

957 W N BEND RD
Cincinnati

Kings Veterinary Hospital

3335 West State
Loveland

KINGSGATE ANIMAL HOSPITAL

7693 MONARCH CT
West Chester

Krebs Kohler Minnix DVM

6380 Manchester Rd
Franklin

Kyle Veterinary Hospital

11734 Conrey Rd
Cincinnati

LAKOTA HILLS ANIMAL CLINIC

5130 TYLERSVILLE RD
West Chester

LANDEN VETERINARY HOSPITAL

3195 W US RT 22
Loveland

LANDEN-MAINEVILLE ANIMAL HOSP

2257 W US HIGHWAY 22 AND 3
Maineville

Lebanon Animal Hospital

3938 Wilmington Rd.
Lebanon

LEBANON EQUINE CLINIC

1200 OREGONIA RD
Lebanon

Lebanon Small Animal Clinic

1196 Oregonia Rd
Lebanon

LEWIS ANIMAL HOSPITAL

451 E GALBRAITH RD
Cincinnati

LEWIS ANIMAL HOSPITAL

2116 MADISON RD
Cincinnati

Liberty Veterinary Hospital

6823 Yankee Rd
Middletown

Little Miami Veterinary SVC

680 W Mason Morrow Road
South Lebanon

Lodder's Plaza Animal Clinic

2255 Millville Ave
Hamilton

LOHMEIER ANIMAL CLINIC

9088 CINCINNATI COLUMBUS RD
West Chester

Loveland Animal Hospital

685 Loveland Maderia Rd
Loveland

LOVELAND REGIONAL VETERINARY HOSPITAL

300 W LOVELAND AVE
Loveland

MADEIRA VETERINARY HOSPITAL

7250 MIAMI AVE
Cincinnati

MAIN LIFE INSURANCE CO

7000 MIDLAND BLVD
Amelia

MARCEL SANDERS DVM

5888 REILY MILLVILLE RD
Oxford

MARIEMONT VETERINARY CLINIC

6892 MURRAY RD
Cincinnati

MASON ANIMAL HOSPITAL

771 READING RD
Mason

Mason Family Pet Hospital LLC

770 Reading Rd
Mason

MedVet Cincinnati

4779 red bank rd
Fairfax

MIAMI TOWNSHIP ANIMAL HOSPITAL

1125 MAIN ST
Milford

Miamitown Pet Hospital

5990 State Rt 128
Cleves

Mike's Mobile Veterinary Service LLC

132 Meadow View Ct
Fairfield

MILFORD ANIMAL HOSPITAL

749 STATE ROUTE 28
Milford

Milford Village Veterinary

736 Lila Ave
Milford

MOLLY MC OWEN DVM

3088 HATFIELD RD
Lebanon

MONFORT HEIGHTS ANIMAL CLINIC

5194 N BEND RD
Cincinnati

Monroe Family Pet Hospital

3211 Heritage Green Dr
Monroe

Montgomery Animal Hospital

7670 Montgomery Rd
Cincinnati

MOUNT HEALTHY ANIMAL HOSPITAL

9199 PIPPIN RD
Cincinnati

Mount Sinai Kennel

3489 Fender Rd

Mt. Pleasant Animal Hospital

6120 Pleasant Ave
Fairfield

Noah's Ark Animal Clinic of Colerain

6340 Colerain Ave
Cincinnati

OAK CREST ANIMAL HOSPITAL

5981 HARRISON AVE
Cincinnati

OAK HILLS ANIMAL HOSPITAL INC

5778 GLENWAY AVE
Cincinnati

OAKLEY SQUARE ANIMAL HOSPITAL

3000 MADISON RD
Cincinnati

Ohio Alleycat Resource & Spay/Neuter Clinic

5619 Orlando Place
Cincinnati

OLD TROY VETERINARY CLINIC INC

5201 OLD TROY PIKE
Dayton

Orchard Veterinary Care Inc

45 Orchard Rd
Wilmington

Oxford Veterinary Hospital

5131 Morning Sun Rd
Oxford

PADDY'S RUN VETERINARY CARE

4956 CINCINNATI BROOKVILLE RD
Hamilton

PAW PRINT VETERINARY CLINIC

3520 Church St
Cincinnati

PEACH GROVE ANIMAL HOSPITAL

5636 SPRINGDALE RD
Cincinnati

Pet Care Animal Hospital

10570 Loveland-Madeira Rd.
Loveland

PETSMART

2310 FERGUSON RD
Cincinnati

PETSMART

1060 HANSEL AVE

Petsmart

3401 Alamo Ave
Cincinnati

PetSmart Store Support Group Inc

245 Rivers Edge
Milford

PetWow

2717 ALEXANDRIA PIKE

PLEASANT RIDGE PET HOSPITAL

6229 MONTGOMERY RD
Cincinnati

Plum Street Pet Clinic

427 Plum St
Cincinnati

PLUM VETERINARY CLINIC INC

731 COLUMBUS AVE
Lebanon

PORT WILLIAM VETERINARY SVC

45 ORCHARD RD
Wilmington

ProPet Sciences LLC

10195 Westside Ct

Red Bank Veterinary Hospital

3838 Red Bank Rd
Cincinnati

RIDGE VETERINARY CLINIC

5050 RIDGE AVE
Cincinnati

SALT RUN VETERINARY CLINIC

8159 STATE RTE 48
Maineville

Scratching Post Cat Hospital & Retreat

133 West Franklin St
Centerville

Seven Hills Pet Clinic

1376 St. Route 28
Loveland

Shelby Street Vet Hospital

7220 Burlington Pike

SYCAMORE ANIMAL HOSPITAL

12121 MONTGOMERY RD
Cincinnati

Symmes Square Pet Hospital

8717 Field Ertel Rd
Cincinnati

The Animal Hospital on Mt Lookout Square

3175 Linwood Ave
Cincinnati

TIMOTHY A HENEHAN DVM

781 WARDS CORNER RD
Loveland

Towne Square Animal Clinic

9401 Towne Square Ave
Blue Ash

Trenton Animal Hospital, Inc.

614 E State St.
Trenton

UNION PET HOSPITAL

9842 US HWY 42

VCA College Hill Animal Hospital

957 N Bend Rd
Cincinnati

VCA College Hill Animal Hospital

957 W North Bend Rd
Cincinnati

VCA Tennessee Avenue Animal Hospital

1381 Tennessee Ave
Cincinnati

VET CENTER

30 E HOLLISTER ST
Cincinnati

VET IN SPRINGBORO INC

263 W CENTRAL AVE
Springboro

VET PATH SVC INC

6450 CASTLE DR
Mason

VETERINARY DERMATOLOGY SVC

4725 CORNELL RD
Cincinnati

Veterinary Wellness Center

9970 Harrison Ave
Harrison

Village Animal Hospital

9520 Montgomery Rd
Cincinnati

WARM ANIMAL HOSPITAL

8120 E KEMPER RD
Cincinnati

Waynesville Veterinary Hospital

7477 Township Line Rd
Waynesville

WENDY S SAWDAI DVM

4956 CINTI BROOKVL RD
Shandon

West Chester Veterinary Care WCVC

8897 Eagle Ridge Court
West Chester

West Chester Veterinary Center

7330 Liberty Way
West Chester

WEST SIDE ANIMAL CLINIC

1499 MAIN ST
Hamilton

Western Hills Animal Hospital

5500 Glenway Ave
Cincinnati

WESTSIDE ANIMAL HOSPITAL

6532 Glenway Ave
Cincinnati

WILLIAMSBURG ANIMAL CLINIC

3070 OLD STATE ROUTE 32
Batavia

Williamsburg Animal Hospital

3070 Williamsburg Batavia Pk
Batavia

WOODRIDGE VETERINARY HOSPITAL

3787 Woodridge Blvd
Fairfield

Wyoming Veterinary Clinic

9951 Springfield Pike
Cincinnati

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