Skip to main content
  • Ingestible camera gives veterinarians 20/20
    New endoscopy tool advances ability to plan treatment, surgery
  • Phoebe a cat from Missouri saved by dialysis
    Phoebe's a survivor
    After digesting lilies that caused life-threatening kidney failure, Phoebe traveled from Missouri to receive life-saving dialysis at the VMC.
  • Fox28's Good Day Marketplace took a tour of the new ICU
    Take a sneak peek of the new ICU!
    Fox28's Good Day Marketplace crew recently got a sneak peek of the new intensive care unit in the Hospital for Companion Animals.
  • Commitment to Care campaign for hospital enhancement and expansion project
    Buckeye pets are counting on you!
    We hope you'll continue to support the Commitment to Care campaign in support of our hospital Enhancement & Expansion project through 2017.
  • Now available at the VMC: 3 Tesla magnet MRI
    As of May 2015, the Veterinary Medical Center’s (VMC) campus location offers MRIservices on site!
  • Holiday pet safety
    Protect your pet from holiday household hazards
    Tips to help ensure this holiday season is safe, merry and bright for your pets.
  • Dr. Meghan Herron discusses puppies as gifts
    Fox's Good Day Marketplace asked the Veterinary Medical Center's behavior specialist how to safely introduce a puppy into a new home.

Need immediate care?

We're open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.

Companion Animals

  • Columbus (614) 292-3551
  • Dublin (614) 889-8070
 

News

The northbound exit ramp off SR-315 to Medical Center Drive/King Avenue closes nightly from 9pm-5am from 9/24 through approximately 10/24.

During this time, an alternate route for those traveling northbound on SR-315 to the Ohio State University Veterinary Medical Center would be as follows:

  • Continue north on SR-315 to the next exit, Lane Avenue

  • Turn Right off the exit onto Lane Avenue

  • Make a Right at the first light onto Fyffe

When you encounter William Bradfield for the first time, you are met with a 154-pound Black Russian Terrier ball of fur and love. He is a bit slower now at the age of 8, but you would never guess that at one time in his life he was having one to two seizures per day.