Granville Veterinary Clinic
Granville Veterinary Clinic
216 South Main Street, Granville, Ohio 43023
Welcome to Granville Veterinary Clinic. Our team of veterinary professionals is committed to providing exceptional care and service for you and your special dogs and cats.
Effective January 3, 2022, we will ask that all clients wear a mask when inside our building. If you are unable to wear a mask, we can do a curbside appointment instead. We will limit two adults to accompany a pet for an appointment inside the building. Additional companions will be asked to wait in the car. Please call us before entering the building for your appointment– we will call you when we have a room and are ready for you to enter the building.
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Pet Care at Granville Veterinary Clinic
Kittens and adult cats need good preventative health care. Schedule an appointment with our doctors anytime you acquire a new kitten or cat, and each year afterwards in order to keep her healthy. Proper vaccinations and routine physical exams will help detect many potential health problems and give your cat the best chance at a long, happy life with you. For more information click here.
Puppies and dogs need good preventative health care. We can help. Schedule an appointment with our doctors anytime you acquire a new dog or puppy, and each year afterwards in order to keep him healthy and current on vaccinations. Proper vaccines and routine physical exams will help detect many potential health problems and give you and your dog the best chance at a long, happy life together. For more information click here.
Periodontal disease in dogs and cats is the most common and preventable condition that affects dogs and cats. Periodontal disease is caused by bacteria in the mouth that forms into sticky plaque that adheres to the teeth. Eventually the plaque mixes with minerals in the mouth saliva to form tartar (also known as dental calculus), which firmly attaches to the teeth. The problem occurs as the bacteria gets under the gums and eventually causing tooth bone loss and damage to the gum line as the bacteria secretes toxins. These changes can cause tooth loss, oral infections and extreme pain. Talk to our doctors about your pet’s teeth and if a dental cleaning is recommended or starting a regimen of brushing to prevent problems. For more information click here
Good Laser Results
Our 4-legged family has been patients of the Granville Vet Clinic for over 7 years. Friendly, kind, caring! The best! Dr. Wagner and Dr. Reen have helped us through some serious health problems with Kazi, who is now 14 and still acts like a puppy. Our girls (Gilda, age 4, Bari and Alto, Age 3) love the staff. Even shy Bari warms up to the vet techs.
John & Karla Carson
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