Clinical Services for Pet Owners

The Ohio State University Veterinary Medical Center is one of the largest veterinary hospitals in the world, with more than 60 board-certified practitioners in 20 veterinary specialties. Whether your visit is for a check-up, chronic illness or emergency service, your pet will have access to high-quality care in a supportive environment. Our expert medical teams offer advanced procedures and cutting-edge technology in the clinical service areas listed below.


Anesthesiology and Pain Management
Comprehensive anesthetic and pain management. 

Behavior
Information regarding animal behavior.

Cardiology and Interventional Medicine
State-of-the-art diagnostic evaluation and treatment of dogs and cats with cardiology concerns.

Community Practice (Wellness Care) 
A full service wellness care clinic designed to provide preventative care and basic sick appointments for pets of the general public. 

Critical Care 
Care for cats and dogs with many types of urgent or serious conditions. 

Dermatology and Otology
Comprehensive care for companion and equine animals with skin and ear disease.

Diagnostic Imaging and Radiation Oncology
Complete diagnostic imaging services (radiology)

      -What to expect during your outpatient imaging visit

Internal Medicine
Diagnostic evaluation and treatment of dogs and cats with many different problems in the internal medicine.

Neurology and Neurosurgery
Comprehensive medical and surgical care for companion animals with neurological conditions.

Nutrition Support
High-quality nutritional care for companion animal patients.

Oncology

  • Oncology and Hematology
    Comprehensive diagnostics and treatments for companion animals with cancer and hematologic diseases.
  • Radiation Oncology
    Radiation therapy for a variety of tumor types in both large and small animal patients.

Ophthalmology
Comprehensive care for companion and equine animals with eye abnormalities.

Surgery

Small Animal Emergency and Critical Care 
State-of-the-art care for animals with severe and life-threatening injuries or illnesses and for many patients recovering from surgery.  

Theriogenology (Reproduction)
Reproductive services for companion and equine animals.