A Worthington Animal Hospital
Our Pet Annual Wellness Plans (PAW Plans) provide you with proactive care for your dog or cat at a discounted price. Visit our Annual Wellness Plans page to find out how signing up for a dog or cat wellness plan can help keep your furry family member healthy and thriving.
Located in Worthington, Ohio, Animal Hospital of Worthington is staffed by a highly motivated and competent team of veterinarians, technicians and customer service providers. We are committed to providing our clients with quality service and exceptional veterinary medical care. As a full-service small animal hospital specializing in canine and feline care, our facility is designed to provide routine and care for pets of all life stages.
Animal Hospital of Worthington offers clients a range of available services to suit each pet’s specific health needs. Primary services offered include wellness exams, spays & neuters, vaccinations, parasite prevention, flea-tick control, heartworm testing and prevention, and microchip ID. We pride ourselves on the techniques we offer to ensure the highest level of care is available at all times for your pet companion. Some of our more services include basic and dentistry, reproductive services, canine rehabilitation with an underwater treadmill, a class IV therapeutic laser, and behavior consultations.
Older pets don’t have to hurt!
Here at Animal Hospital of Worthington, we believe in taking an aggressive approach to chronic pain. By far the most common cause of chronic pain in our older pets is osteoarthritis. The most successful treatment for arthritis involves a “multimodal” approach. This
includes weight control and exercise, nutritional support with EPA rich diets, cartilage preservation and protection, and most importantly—pain control.
Therapeutic laser treatments and canine rehabilitation are also used to improve your pets comfort level and function. An older pet that hurts can fall into a vicious cycle of decreased exercise, loss of muscle mass, and decreased strength—all of which lead to cartilage damage, joint deterioration and more pain. It is our job to break this cycle and improve your pet’s comfort and quality of life. Call us for an osteoarthritis consultation and let us design a program to help your dog’s older years be golden years!
Please do not hesitate to contact us with any questions, comments, or concerns. Give us a call on the number listed above to schedule an appointment or request one online. We look forward to providing your pet companion the highest quality of care to help them maintain a healthy, happy, and long life.
50% of all dogs and cats have some form of periodontal disease. Left untreated, this can cause infection, pain and tooth loss over time. We are committed to our patients' dental health and implement the highest quality care.Read More >
Feline Wellness House Calls
Beginning February 2015, we will offer feline wellness house calls the first Saturday of each month and every other Wednesday. Contact us for more details.
Nutrition Video Clips
Watch video clips about nutrition for animals. Read More >