Springfield, Ohio
11808 Hamilton Ave
Cincinnati, OH 45231
(513) 825-4011

​TLC Pet Care Centers Keeps Your Pet Healthy With State-Of-The-Art Veterinarian Technology November 16, 2015

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​TLC Pet Care Centers Keeps Your Pet Healthy With State-Of-The-Art Veterinarian Technology, Springfield, Ohio

Keeping your pet healthy and happy doesn't have to be a stressful task. TLC Pet Care Centers, with two locations in Cincinnati, OH, is there for you and your furry loved ones, offering state-of-the-art veterinarian technology across a wide array of services. If your pet needs a few tests done, or perhaps has a more serious ailment that calls for pet surgery, TLC Pet Care Centers will get you both through it with the tender loving care that their name suggests.

One of the best ways to make sure your pet enjoys a long life with as few complications as possible is to take preventative measures. TLC Pet Care Centers' state-of-the-art tech includes vaccination programs that can be custom-tailored to your particular pet's immune status and overall lifestyle. Some of the diseases these vaccinations will help prevent include Bordetella, Distemper, Parvovirus, and Rabies.

Since pet wellness is their chief concern, TLC Pet Care Centers are also fully equipped to conduct testing and diagnostics for your pet in their in-house lab, putting them at ease for screening that will help with early detection of illnesses and infections. Assisting in these screenings is a new state-of-the-art digital X-ray available at both hospital locations for less time-consuming analysis and detection.

Pet care is constantly changing as technology advances, and TLC Pet Care Centers are right there on the cutting edge. For all your animal care needs, including pet boarding while you're away, check in with TLC Pet Care Centers online. You can also call their East location at (513) 683-2300 or their West location at (513) 825-4011 for more information. 

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