German Village Veterinary Hospital
1200 S High St, Columbus, OH 43206
Primary Phone: (614) 503-0692
Phone: (614) 443-6225
Fax: (614) 443-6225
TollFree: (888) 426-4435
German Village Veterinary Hospital, LLC
By Appointment Only: Yes
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08/26/2011Provided by Citysearch -
I have been very happy with German Village Veterinary Hospital. I have 2 dogs and they get great care at the vet. They are flexible too. They are always willing to get me in, especially if something is going on with my pets that needs to be addressed right away. As far as their prices, I don't really have a problem with them. They are comparable to other vets I have been to. I know that pets are expensive and I am willing to pay for them because they are worth it. I'm not willing to sacrifice quality for cheap service.
04/23/2009Provided by Citysearch -
The prices are comparable to other hospitals in the area. The service is top notch. The staff made me and my guy feel right at home. I am happy to say that this will be my vet for years to come. as for the ""crazy expensive"" comment. Neuter, declaw, flea, and other vaccines... that is a lot of stuff... when was the last time you got all of this stuff done on a cat.
03/04/2009Provided by Citysearch -
I couldn't believe my bill. I've had cats my whole life and this place is 3 times more expensive than any place I've gone.
My cat got a kitten booster, neuter, front declaw, microchipped, and flea meds. Yes, it is a lot of services but nothing out of the ordinary. This was a follow-up appt. He is an established patient.
$616.02 - that is crazy!
I would say shame on me if the bill was $300. I say shame on them for a bill over $600. That is totally insane.
06/04/2007Provided by Citysearch -
German Village Animal Hospital is not very animal friendly at all. New to the area, we looked up vets nearby and found this one. My cat had her shots and was fine, but when it came time to get her spayed- the nightmare for my kitty started. I expected some discomfort for her after the surgery, but not the agonizing pain that was evident after. I could not take the cries and moaning anymore! So I called asking them to prescribe a mild painkiller for my cat that was in MAJOR distress and they said that they were not an office that prescribed pain medicine for an animal- that is ABSURD! Who would not prescribe painkillers for a cat in pain! Where the incision was, she now has an area that almost feels like a large hole under her skin. Ever since then, she can not travel in the car because she gets sick instantly, defecates on herself, and starts to cry and foam at the mouth. This was over 2 years ago, but I would think seriously if you love your animal!