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Town & Country Veterinary Clinic

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1396 E High Ave, New Philadelphia, OH 44663

(330) 339-2363

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Today: 7:30 am - 5:00 pm
Tomorrow: 7:30 am - 5:00 pm
39
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IN BUSINESS
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General Info
We strive to provide quality care for your pet through a variety of services in a clean and friendly environment. We will tailor disease prevention to your pet. A surgery free, drug free, non-invasive treatment to reduce pain, reduce inflammation and increase speed of healing. Disease prevention, including yearly parasite detection is our goal. Annual physical exams are the hallmark of early detection and prevention. The latest technology in surgical care, pain management and monitoring for all patients. Dental disease is the most common disease our pets will encounter. Dental x-ray, advanced endodontics and periodontal treatment is also available. We have the capability for full digital x-rays, hematology and blood chemistry analysis. Contact us today for your pet care services.
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Fax: (330) 339-1869

Location
Main Hospital
Categories
Veterinarians, Veterinary Specialty Services

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justine.reiger

07/13/2013

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Ever since Doctor Fisher left, things went down hill. The prices are crazy, and the new doctors are mean. I called around 10pm because earlier that day my kitten was diagnosed with Calici (the flu), but the in-home vet didn't give me very detailed instructions how to take care of her. So, because I had taken my other cats to these guys, I called. The emergency doc took two hours to respond, and told me: "It's midnight, you are not an emergency. Go to the nearest Vet ER (which is two hours away for me) if you think she's dying." While I am writing this, my kitten still has a fever, and I still don't know how much liquid/electro. mix to give her because she isn't drinking.

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