Companion Animals

We take great pride in providing quality care to your cats and dogs and doing our part to nurture the human-animal bond.


Companion Animals Millersport, OH

We understand that your furry family members have an important role to play in your homes, and strive to provide our best services and information to each pet and owner that comes into the clinic.

Companion Animal Veterinary Services

We emphasise the value of a yearly physical exam because our dogs and cats have shorter lives than humans. Preventative treatment and thorough examinations can help resolve significant health issues. In order to keep your pets in the best possible health, we provide a variety of veterinary treatments.

Anesthesia and Patient Monitoring
We place a high priority on ensuring that our patients are safe when undergoing surgery and other medical treatments. In order to ensure patients’ safety and give them the most comfortable experience, our team of veterinarians and veterinary technicians is trained in utilizing anesthesia and monitoring patients. From clinic to clinic, anesthesia and patient monitoring differ significantly. You can rest assured that we only employ the most recent and efficient procedures. Depending on the procedure, we employ a certain type of anesthesia. Some may simply need local anesthesia, while others may need full anesthesia. Whether a process is routine or complex, we always keep a careful eye on it. Please refer to the individual descriptions for further details on our processes or get in touch with us if you have any inquiries.
Nutritional Counseling
You might have picked a pet food for your adult dog or cat if they are healthy based only on whether they will eat it. Your choice may also be influenced by cost. But not all pet foods are created equal. Additionally, feeding the proper quantity is more complicated than simply adhering to the package’s instructions (which are only guidelines). By selecting the right diet, you may start your pet on a lifetime of healthy eating and help them avoid numerous issues, like as allergies, nutritional deficiencies, skin and hair issues, and obesity. Age, breed, and health are just a few of the variables that affect the nutritional needs of dogs and cats.

In contrast to puppies or kittens, elderly pets have quite varied nutritional needs, and animals with diabetes, kidney disease, and other medical issues can benefit from special diets. Your pet’s diet decisions can be impacted by the advice of our experts.

Preventive Care
Keeping your pet free of parasites is a quick and easy approach to maintain their health. Heartworms, fleas, ticks, and other internal and external parasites are much more than simply annoyances. They can result in serious, even fatal, health issues for you and your family as well as life-threatening illnesses in your pet. Based on your pet’s lifestyle and risk factors, we will advise the optimal preventive program. We can also offer professional guidance on how to prevent parasite infection throughout the entire home. Call us to reorder your pet’s prescription or schedule an appointment with us to talk about parasite prevention. Protect your family and your pet right now!
Wellness and Vaccinations
Maintaining your pet’s health is one of the best things you can do for him or her. And bringing your pet in for routine examinations and vaccines is one of the simplest and least expensive methods to achieve that. Because dogs, cats, and other animals age much more quickly than people do, severe changes in your pet’s health could occur quickly. We can discover illnesses and problems early, when they are simpler to cure or control, thanks to wellness programs. Frequently, we can completely prevent infections by making sure your pet has had the necessary Immunizations and preventative medications.

Healthy adult cats and dogs should come see us once a year. More frequent examinations are required for puppies, kittens, older pets, and animals with illnesses or health problems. Together, we’ll design a unique wellness plan for your pet that includes vaccinations and preventative measures that are tailored to their needs. Call us right away to arrange for your pet’s wellness checkup.

Medical Services
You can trust us to help if your pet requires medical attention. We can manage a wide range of medical ailments, including emergencies, with the help of our trained personnel and cutting-edge facilities. We frequently provide you with prompt responses and begin treating your pet more quickly because we can complete many diagnostic tests internally. Your pet might need to be hospitalised in some circumstances, along with additional diagnostic exams.
Pet Supplies
To provide you a choice of secure, veterinarian-approved pet food, supplements, snacks, toys, and accessories, we carry a range of pet products. Please feel free to contact us with any inquiries you may have regarding these goods.
At our clinic, our skilled veterinarians offer a wide range of surgical services, from simple to complex procedures. We occasionally refer our patients to specialists (board-certified veterinary surgeons) to carry out complex surgeries when Specialized tools or training will be helpful because we want to guarantee that they get the best possible outcome. Our veterinarian staff takes every safety measure to ensure that your pet gets the best possible treatment. Prior to surgery, we do a physical examination and preoperative testing. During operation, we keep an eye on your pet and administer the right painkillers to keep them comfortable.
Specialist Referrals
At our clinic, a skilled team of veterinarians and veterinary technicians offers a wide range of services, from basic to complex procedures. While we generally take care of all of your pet’s medical and surgical requirements in-house, there are times when specialised expertise or equipment is required and we may send patients to veterinary specialists or specialty clinics.

Oncologists, ophthalmologists, and neurologists are a few examples of board-certified specialists that have considerable study and expertise in a certain branch of veterinary medicine or surgery. Specialized tools are used in specialty clinics and university-affiliated referral facilities to carry out procedures that are not frequently carried out by conventional veterinary practitioners.

We choose which patients to refer because we want to guarantee that they receive the greatest care and outcomes. Be confident that even after a patient is transferred to another hospital, we remain active in their care, communicating with the treating physician and frequently provide any required rehabilitation and follow-up care.