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    Preventative care is better than reactive care when it comes to pet wellness. With more and more vaccine clinics popping up, pet healthcare is actually declining. You may, or may Read more
  • Which pet food is right for your pet?
    Finding the right food for your pet can be overwhelming. You see stories on the news and internet about pet food recalls, grain free diets, dry food, can food, raw Read more
  • June is Adopt-a-cat Month
    June is National Adopt-A-Cat Month ]Fairfield County has an overwhelming amount of cats and kittens that need a Furever home. Contact local rescue groups or the Humane Society to find your Read more
  • Flea Season Is Here!!!
    Flea season is here!!! We have been seeing a lot of fleas and a lot of misinformation along with them. Myth #1: Garlic powder is a great alternative to flea Read more
  • Summer is here
    SUMMER IS HERE!!! We all love spending the long, sunny days of summer outdoors with our furry companions, but being overeager in hot weather can spell danger, ASPCA experts warn.   "Most Read more
  • JUNE IS ADOPT-A-CAT MONTH!!!
    JUNE IS ADOPT-A-CAT MONTH!!! ADOPT-A-CAT MONTH® Brought to you in June by American Humane Association   Each spring during “kitten season,” thousands of newborn kittens join the millions of cats already in shelters across Read more
  • May is Pet Cancer Awareness Month
    May is Pet Cancer Awareness Month!!! The Warning Signs of Pet Cancer: By Dr. Gerald S. Post Swollen lymph nodes: These “glands” are located throughout the body but are most easily detected behind the Read more
  • April is Heartworm Awareness Month
    April is Heartworm Awareness Month April marks National Heartworm Awareness Month, a time for pet owners to brush up on how heartworm prevention can keep their pets safe from the serious Read more
  • March is Pet Poison Prevention Awareness Month
    March is Pet Poison  Prevention Awareness Month Is your house pet proof? Everyday items can turn into a pet poison emergency. Did you know that Xylitol, a natural sugar alcohol that is Read more
  • Is your dog itchy?
    Is your dog an itchy dog? Ask one of our veterinarians about Apoquel a new product by Zoetis for itchy allergy dogs. Unlike common therapies such as steroids, cyclosporines or Read more
  • February is National Pet Dental Health Month
    February is National Pet Dental Health Month but dental health is important year round. Ask one of our knowledgeable staff members about products that can help keep your pet's mouth Read more
  • National Train Your Dog Month
    January is National Train Your Dog Month!!! In 2010 the Association of Pet Dog Trainers began the National Train Your Dog Month campaign. The APDT thought it was long overdue to Read more
  • Grooming Salon changes
    We wish the best of luck to Danielle and her family as they begin their new life in Hawaii. We would also like to congratulate Holly for taking over the Read more
  • Yearly and Bi-yearly exams
    A great article that helps remind pet owners why a yearly or bi-yearly exam is needed. We see many of the things mentioned in this article on a daily basis. Read more
  • Holiday Hours
    New Year's Eve: 9am to 5pm   New Year's Day: ClosedDiley Hill Veterinary Emergency Hospital is available 24/7 when we are not. They can be found at 9695 Basil Western Rd, Canal Winchester, Read more
  • Holiday Hours
      Christmas Eve: 9am to Noon Christmas Day: ClosedDiley Hill Veterinary Emergency Hospital is available 24/7 when we are not. They can be found at 9695 Basil Western Rd, Canal Winchester, OH Read more
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  • "I am moved beyond words for the staff at Lancaster Animal Clinic! They have gone above and beyond helping me with the feral cats I inherited when my father in law passed away. I'm amazed at the extend of care they provide. They genuinely have a passion and love for what they do and the animals that come into their care. I am forever grateful for them. They have totally won me over!"
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