Great Southern Animal Hospital

2685 S. High St.
Columbus, OH 43207
(614) 491-5632
Contact: Office, Front
Business Description: Looking for a Veterinarian in Columbus Ohio? Dustin B. Sears DVM is one of the most respectected veterinarains in Columbus Ohio. The doctor and staff at The Great Southern Animal Hospital are located just 4 miles south of downtown Columbus. We are committed to providing you with the best veterinary care possible for your family member and enhancing the bond between animals and humans. We strive to be the best veterinary clinic in Columbus and educate our clients on overall pet wellness to ensure your pet lives a long healthy life. It is our goal to provide exceptional service to all of our pets and to those who love them. The Great Southern Animal Hospital has been providing the best veterinary care in Columbus Ohio for more than 53 years. We provide full preventative, medical, surgical, and dental care. Yearly health exams and vaccinations are offered, as well as flea, tick, and heartworm prevention.
Services: Veterinarian
In Business Since: 1953
Service Area: Storefront
On Angie's List Since: 3/18/2005
Warranties: N/A
Free Estimates: YES
Office Hours: Mon 8:00 AM-6:00 PM; Tue-Thu 9:00 AM-6:00 PM; Fri 8:00 AM-6:00 PM; Sat 8:00 AM-12:00 PM
Licensed: Yes, I am appropriately licensed for my trade.
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Senior Discount: No
Cities Served: Amlin | Ashville | Baltimore | Berwick | Bexley | Blacklick | Bloomingburg | Brice | Briggsdale | Caledonia | Canal Winchester | Cardington | Centerburg | Circleville | Clintonville | Columbus - Downtown | Danville | Darbydale | Delaware | Delaware County | Dublin | Fairfield County | Fayette County | Franklinton | Fredericktown | Gahanna | Galena | Galloway | Gambier | German Village | Grandview | Granville | Grove City | Groveport | Harrisburg | Heath | Hebron | Hilliard | Hilltop | Howard | Jeffersonville | Johnstown | Knox County | La Rue | Lancaster | Lewis Center | Licking County | Linden | Lockbourne | London | Madison County | Marengo | Marion | Marion County | Marysville | Minerva Park | Morrow County | Mount Gilead | Mount Vernon | Mt. Vernon | New Albany | Newark | Obetz | Olde Towne East | Orient | Osu | Pataskala | Pickaway County | Pickerington | Plain City | Powell | Prospect | Reynoldsburg | Richwood | Sharon Woods | Shepard-eastgate | Short North | Sunbury | Union County | Upper Arlington | Urbancrest | Victorian Village | Washington Court House | West Jefferson | Westerville | Westland | Whitehall | Worthington
 
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