Straining to urinate, frequent urination, blood in the urine, and accidents in the house are common symptoms that pet owners report to their veterinarian. Many times the signs come on suddenly, as ...View Article
Springboro Veterinary Hospital Welcomes You!
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The Veterinary Assistant School is now open! Please click on the tab above for more info!
Springboro Veterinary Hospital, Dr. Gary Beall and Dr. Anne Grumney are happy to provide quality animal care to our community of the Miami Valley, including Greater Dayton and Cincinnati, Springboro, Franklin, Miamisburg, Centerville, Bellbrook, Lebanon, Waynesville, Oregonia, Washington Township, Beavercreek, Moraine, Germantown, Farmersville, Kettering, Englewood, Oakwood and West Carrollton.
At SVH we respect and honor the human-pet bond, and desire each of our client-patient families to experience the joy of a bond-centered relationship. We believe this relationship can receive maximum benefits when focusing on both physical and behavioral health. Education, wellness screening, and open communication are some of the ways we contribute to the fullness of pet ownership. We recommend wellness screening for all pets at all appointments. This is truly the only way we can find problems in their early stages and start treating before it becomes a major problem. Our knowledgeable team empowers you to make educational decisions regarding your pet's healthcare. Sincere, compassionate doctors and veterinary team members provide that care. Dr. Beall and Dr. Grumney do not hesitate, however, to refer specialized cases when it is in the best interest of the pet.
SVH is a full service veterinary hospital providing the highest quality medical, surgical and dental care. We have in-house pharmacy, laboratory, radiology, and ultrasound facilities as well as grooming, boarding, obedience training, and The Barking Lot Doggie Daycare. Our professional health care team is honest, caring and progressive and will provide excellent care for all your pet's needs. Please call or come see us to experience the value of Springboro Veterinary Hospital!
****NEW WELLNESS PLAN****
In these tough economic times, we here at Springboro Veterinary Hospital are trying to help our clients out as much as we can with giving the best possible care for their pet without putting a hurt on their wallet. So we are now offering a new Wellness Plan for anyone who is interested in using it, outlined as follows:
1st Semi-annual Visit = Examination, Heartworm Test, Fecal Analysis, Urinalysis, Adult Deworming, Glaucoma Test, Tear Production Test, Blood Pressure Screening and any vaccines that are due.
2nd Semi-annual Visit = Examination, Fecal Analysis, Urinalysis, Adult Deworming, Annual Bloodwork, Electrocardiogram, Microalbuminuria screen and any vaccines that are due.
1st Semi-annual Visit = Examination, Fecal Analysis, Urinalysis, Adult Deworming, Glaucoma Test, Schirmer Tear Test, Blood Pressure and any vaccines that are due.
2nd Semi-annual Visit = Examination, Fecal Analysis, Urinalysis, Adult Deworming, Bloodwork, Electrocardiogram, Microalbuminuria screen and any vaccines that are due.
The wellness plans are discounted by 50% off regular prices, include FREE VACCINES and interest-free monthly debit payment option.
This wellness plan does NOT cover illness or abnormalities discovered during the screening test and further work-up is charged at regular prices. This plan does not cover medications, treatments or surgery, nor Heartgard or Frontline. The wellness plan can be paid for at each 6 month visit at the discounted prices or we can do a monthly debit for one year. The plan can be cancelled at any time but any services rendered up until the point of cancellation will be charged regular prices in full.
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We have had several clients that have requested on-line prescriptions for medications. Our recommedation is to pick up medications at our clinic, as we know where they come from and how they are stored. According to the FDA's Center for Veterinary Medicine (CVM) some internet websites are fronts for unscrupulous businesses operating against the law. The FDA has found companies that sell unapproved pet drugs and counterfeit pet products, make fraudulent claims, dispense prescription drugs without requiring a prescription, and sell expired drugs. For more information about online pet medications please visit www.fda.gov/consumer/updates/petdrugsonline121407.html
We offer Stem Cell Therapy! This is a Regenerative alternative for degenerative disorders, such as: Arthritis, Ligament or Tendon damage.Call to make an appointment for diagnosis and discussion of the Stem Cell option for therapy.
Springboro Veterinary Hospital is committed to caring for our community. We are blessed with staff and doctors who are willing to donate their time and knowledge to help clients in need. We are not a humane society or association, so we cannot take animals in but want to help as many as we are able. In order to do this, we depend on donations from Good Samaritans like you! Please make a donation to our fund when you are in the clinic to help those in need of assistance.
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