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  • Directions


    A) From Alliance- follow Rt 183 (Union Ave) south for approx. 6 miles; we're on SW corner of Rt 153 & Rt 183 intersection.

    B) From Minerva- follow Rt 183 north out of town 8 miles to the flashing light; we're on SW corner of Rt 153 & Rt 183 intersection.

    C) From Louisville- follow Rt 153 (Main St/Louisville St) east out of town 8 miles, go past Pleasant View Golf Course, drop down the hill, to Rt153 & Rt 183 intersection; we're on SW corner.

    There is a large sign at the corner of Rt 183 & Rt 153 pointing in the proper direction

  • After Hours Emergencies

    Stark County Veterinary Emergency Clinic (SCVEC) 330-452-5116
    Medvet 330-665-4996
    Metropolitan 330-666-2976

  • FAQ

    Q: Do I  hold my own pet?
    A: No, We have highly trained staff members that will hold your pet throughout their appointment. This not only protects both you and your pet but, it also allows the veterinarian to do a more thorough physical exam.

    Q: Do you offer special prices?
    A: Yes, we offer Wellness Plans that give your pet premium care for a reduced fee.

    Q: How can I pay for this service?
    A: We accept Mastercard, Visa, American Express, Discover, cash/check, Care Credit, Scratch Pay, and pet insurance plans.

    Q: How much time will the Dr. spend with me and my pet?
    A: Our Dr. will perform a complete physical, explain treatment options and stay long enough to answer all of your questions. Our annual appointments are scheduled for 30 minutes, this will allow the Dr. and staff to adequately discuss your pets complete health care.

    Q: How do you make anesthesia safer for my pet?
    A: We assume all anesthesia has risk. We place an IV catheter for fluids, have heated surgery tables and recovery areas, O2 & blood pressure monitors along with ECG during surgery. We offer presurgical bloodwork that helps us to determine any abnormalities or conditions that a physical exam wouldn't show, but most importantly...we have someone whose only responsibility is to monitor your pet fully until they have recovered.

    Q: How painful will my pet be after surgery?
    A: This will vary depending on the surgery, but we have a comprehensive pain management program that starts prior to surgery and in many cases goes home with your pet after surgery. Our pain management program is tailored to each patient. One of our primary concerns is keeping your pet comfortable.