Springfield, Ohio

TLC Pet Care Centers

Loving animal hospital serving greater Cincinnati

TLC Pet Care Centers

11808 Hamilton Ave
Cincinnati, OH 45231
(513) 825-4011
TLC Pet Care Centers, Pet Medicine, Shopping, Cincinnati, Ohio

TLC Pet Care Centers has been servicing the residents of the Cincinnati, OH area for over 30 years. The care centers are open seven days a week, and with two locations in Cincinnati, the pet centers make going to the hospital a convenient and stress-free experience. 

The veterinarians at TLC Pet Care Centers are some of the best in the Tri-state area, providing care for both cats and dogs, as well as exotic pet care for small reptiles, birds, and mammals. From dental work to wing and nail trims for small birds, the pet hospital will help keep your pets healthy and comfortable. 

To help your pet be as healthy as possible, preventative care is a necessity. TLC Pet Care Centers offers services for pet vaccinations and dental care and can advise you about the best nutrition for your beloved pet. 

We all hope that we never need our furry friends to get pet surgery, but if they do, the team at TLC Pet Care Centers would love to help. The veterinarians are compassionate and use the most recent technology in state-of-the-art facilities to ensure that your pet gets the best care possible. 

Pet boarding is also available at TLC Pet Care Centers. The hospital offers climate-control facilities 365 days a year. So if you need a place for your pet to stay while you go on vacation, TLC Pet Care Centers will make sure that your pet is well cared for.

For all your pet care needs, turn to TLC Pet Care Centers. Visit the website to see a full list of services, or call (513) 683-2300 for the East location and (513) 825-4011 for the West location to schedule an appointment for your pet. We all deserve the best in healthcare, and that includes your pet!

Announcements & Events from TLC Pet Care Centers
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APRIL NEWSLETTER 2018     Pet First Aid Awareness Month is a great time for people to learn how to protect their pet and keep them healthy. Posted January 12, 2016...read more
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DECEMBER NEWSLETTER 2017 SEASON’S GREETINGS AND HAPPY NEW YEAR FROM THE DOCTORS AND STAFF! We would like to Thank everyone that let us care for their furry family members thi...read more
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