Kenwood, Ohio

Montgomery Animal Hospital

Comprehensive care for the pets you love!

Montgomery Animal Hospital

7670 Montgomery Rd.
Cincinnati, OH 45236
513-791-7912
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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Bunny Whisperer , Sycamore, Ohio
Dr. Krumanaker is the bunny whisperer! She has had so many wonderful bunnies come see her the past couple of months. We highly recommend her if you have a new bunny or other exotic p...read more
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3 Important Reasons to Protect Your Pet From Fleas & Ticks, Sycamore, Ohio
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Pet dental care can be tricky, particularly when your furry friend isn’t a fan of brushing. However, it’s important to pay attention to their dental health, no matter how unreceptive...read more
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As a general rule of thumb, veterinarians encourage pet owners to practice flea and tick prevention throughout the entire year. However, if you’ve fallen out of the habit, there’s no...read more
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Bringing an adopted pet into your home is a compassionate act, and the staff at Montgomery Animal Hospital in Cincinnati, OH, is committed to helping new owners properly care for and...read more
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While the holidays are an exciting time for the entire family, it's important to consider your pets' safety during this season. From handing over a little too much table food to...read more
Dogs eat large portions, and their extensive palates include everything from bananas to steaks. As many dog owners know, this means your canine companion may eat objects that are not...read more
The government requires that all human hospitals be reviewed and accredited by a certified health organization. However, animal hospitals do not legally need to meet this standard. I...read more
Pets should have yearly veterinary care visits to ensure they are in prime health. Montgomery Animal Hospital in Cincinnati, OH, has provided these exams for pets of all kinds f...read more
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The holiday season is right around the corner and that means taking your pet with you to visit family and friends. Traveling with our pets can be great fun for you and for your pet, ...read more
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To a pet lover, few things are as devastating as dealing with a sudden illness in your animal friend. In addition to impacting your daily schedule and pulling at your heartstrings, h...read more
We do all we can to protect our pets from danger, but it can be difficult to prevent your dog from being stung by a bee or wasp. If this happens, you can help by learning how to miti...read more
I'm speaking from personal experience here - my own dog has gotten into the pantry and tried to poison himself - twice - with raisins. Each time I've had to make him vomit with hydro...read more
We adore our pets, and want to keep them healthy and happy - and spoil them rotten sometimes. So we need to make sure that the food we give every day is nutritious and safe. The pet ...read more
As a dedicated pet owner, you know that your furry friend needs to be cared for in many of the same ways that humans do. From eating healthfully to getting ample exercise, animals’ w...read more
Annual pet checkups will detect and treat minor health problems before they become major concerns, ensuring your furry, feathered, and scaled companions live long, happy lives. ...read more
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During the winter, your furry friends might be just as excited about the falling snow and bustling atmosphere as your children are, which is why you may be tempted to let them explor...read more
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Costumes are flying off the shelves and people are stocking up on candy, which can only mean one thing: Halloween is here! But it’s not just humans who will be part of the spook...read more
Fall is here - so you can stop giving your cat or dog flea and tick prevention, right? No way. Keep your fuzzy friend protected all year round to prevent uncomfortable flea bites and...read more
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Heartworms are potentially deadly parasites that affect dogs and (rarely) cats. But armed with these 3 facts you can keep your beloved furry friends safe. Heartworms are tran...read more
Like humans, animals are prone to overheating when the temperatures climb high. Because Montgomery Animal Hospital in Cincinnati, OH, is committed to providing the very best pet care...read more
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February is national pet dental health month!  We at the Montgomery Animal Hospital want to celebrate by sharing some facts so you can keep your pet's mouth healthy.Most de...read more
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Dogs and humans aren’t the only ones who can suffer from motion sickness. Cats can also feel sick while traveling in the car. We at the Montgomery Animal Hospital want our ...read more
Adapted from the AAHA PetsMatter blog, by Ann EverhartJust like leaves growing and falling with the seasons, our pets grow and shed hair in cycles. As the days get shorter, more leav...read more
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The Montgomery Animal Hospital is AAHA-accredited, and proud of it. AAHA stands for the American Animal Hospital Association. It is a organization that sets the standard of care...read more
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Our hearts always go out to those who lose their pet. We at the Montgomery Animal Hospital care deeply about our clients and patients alike and try to make the end of life proce...read more
Here in Cincinnati, the deer tick is active in the fall. This pest can carry lyme disease, so make sure your dog is protected with Bravecto every 12 weeks year-round!read more
Halloween is undoubtedly a fun holiday; between the colorful costumes, the glowing jack-o’-lanterns, and the candy, it’s truly exciting for the whole family. If you’re a pet owner, t...read more
We at the Montgomery Animal Hospital want to keep all of our dogs safe from a common fall danger in our yards and parks. We sympathize with Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, who r...read more
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How can I tell if my pet is overweight?Try these simple at-home tests to see if your beloved pet should see the veterinarians at Montgomery Animal Hospital for we...read more
If you’re a pet owner in the Cincinnati, OH area, you're lucky to live near Montgomery Animal Hospital, a leader in veterinary care and pet dental services for the past 65 years...read more
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The Montgomery Animal Hospital is happy to scan your pet for a microchip to help keep your furry or feathered friend safe.read more
Did you know that 1 in 3 pets goes missing at some point in its lifetime? The best way to help your pet return home is to provide him or her with permanent identification: a microchi...read more
Did you know that 1 in 3 pets goes missing at some point in its lifetime? The best way to help your pet return home is to provide him or her with permanent identification: a microchi...read more
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