Kenwood, Ohio

Montgomery Animal Hospital

Comprehensive care for the pets you love!

Montgomery Animal Hospital

7670 Montgomery Rd.
Cincinnati, OH 45236
Montgomery Animal Hospital, Veterinarians, Health and Beauty, Cincinnati, Ohio

Put your pet in good hands with the skilled team at Montgomery Animal Hospital in Cincinnati, OH, an accredited AAHA hospital for the past 65 years. The folks at this animal care facility are committed to easing your concerns and providing the best care for your pets.

From dental services to radiographic imaging to surgical services, the team at Montgomery Animal Hospital has the know-how and compassion to provide thorough, pain-free procedures for your pet. They’re dedicated to maintaining an open line of communication with all of their clients so that you’ll never have to leave their facility wondering if you’ve made the best choice.

The staff at Montgomery Animal Hospital is trained to safely and effectively administer anesthesia so that they can efficiently complete vital procedures that wouldn’t be possible without this specific expertise.

While this top-notch animal hospital loves to care for dogs and cats, they also recognize that less traditional pets need care, too. They’re happy to provide the healthcare needed for your exotic animals, such as ferrets, reptiles, birds, and rabbits.

Owner and hospital director Dr. V.J. Fairhurst, along side Dr. L.K. Schlasinger and Dr. D.P. Krumanaker, has been providing long and healthy lives for animals in the area for the past 40 years. Together with their knowledgeable and compassionate team, they continue to administer the best treatment a pet owner could ask for.

Visit Montgomery Animal Hospital on Facebook to get to know more about your new vet. Call (513) 791-7912 for an appointment for your animal today.

Announcements & Events from Montgomery Animal Hospital
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