Personalized Pet Care in Ohio
Oxford Veterinary Hospital provides high-quality
care and personalized services for your pets.
High Quality Care and Personalized Service
An annual physical exam is the cornerstone of your pet’s health. Consequently, with each annual exam,
we look for ongoing problems and the warning signs of potential problems that can be avoided with early intervention. Vaccinations and preventive parasite medication can be administered at this time.
Senior Pet Exams
Because dogs and cats age more quickly than people do, major health changes can occur much earlier in their lives.
We recommend seeing your senior pet every 6 months so we can catch major health changes early. We schedule extra time to discuss nutrition, labwork, and early review strategies to improve your senior pet's quality of life.
Kitten and Puppy Preventative Care
Congratulations! Raising a new puppy or kitten is fun and rewarding — and a lot of work! At OVH,
we want to make sure your new addition gets a healthy start to life. At your exams we discuss puppy and kitten health, nutrition, vaccination protocols, behavior, and spaying or neutering, We want you to have a long and happy relationship with your pet!
We believe good education makes better relationships with your pet.
Discussions include how to pick a new pet, behavioral issues, disease processes, nutrition, and weight loss counseling. We are here for you!
Surgery and Hospitalization
Both soft tissue and orthopedic surgeries are performed daily in our fully equipped operating room.
Our attention to detail by our well trained veterinarians and veteirnary technicians to help ensure your pet’s safety. We aso offer overnight hospitalization to those who need overnight care after surgery.
We believe strongly in pre-pain injections and/or sending home pain medication
to be given orally for all surgeries and dental procedures.
Dental Cleanings, Extractions, & Dental X-ray Unit
Periodontal disease contributes to oral pain and infection that can spread to other
parts of your pet's body. Our dental equipment allows us to remove dental plaque, and our dental X-ray unit allows us to look for hidden problems under the gum line.
Generally speaking, ultrasound is the best, noninvasive, non-painful way to evaluate fluid-filled and soft tissue organs in pets.
We have dedicated suite to ultrasound organs such as your pet’s liver, spleen, kidney, pancreas, intestinal tract, prostate, uterus/ovaries and heart.
The latest in digital radiology equipment allows us to obtain high-resolution
images almost instantaneously. This is an important tool to diagnose and monitor the treatment of diseases or injuries.
Our hospital is equipped to perform a variety of lab test including blood chemistry, thyroid, and complete blood count on site.
These test results are often needed to diagnose and manage your pet's health. We also work with an offsite lab for more advanced testing.
Specialists on site
When a surgical specialist is required, Dr. Brian Ward performs complex
orthopedic and soft tissue surgeries in our surgical suite.
We encourage the permanent identification of your pet. A sterile chip is placed
under the skin with an ID number to allow your pet to be returned to you. Most shelters and animal control agencies have scanners to read the ID number.
If your pet needs a prescription, our pharmacy is fully equipped to fill it.
If unavailable or if you prefer, we can call it in your local pharmacy. We stock a complete line of the most commonly used prescription medications and animal health care products for the convenience of our customers.
As a health care team, we work closely with a variety of specialists including
orthopedic, internal medicine, radiation therapy, ophthalmology, physical therapy, and dermatology.
We can provide for most needs or requests at this difficult time