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3000 Madison Rd. Cincinnati, OH 45209

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Keep up on your dog's vaccination schedule

• Distemper/Parvo or DHLPP protects from Distemper, Hepatitis, Leptospirosis, Parainfluenza, and Parvo Virus.

• Kennel Cough/Bordetella is best for dogs exposed to other dogs, like groomers, kennels, dog parks, and training


• Rabies is required legally in Ohio for dogs.

• Lyme Disease is for dogs exposed to wooded areas and areas prone to tick infestation.

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Annual exams

Spay before first heat

Neutering is important

Physical examinations help veterinarians detect and treat problems early before they become potentially life threatening. Keep your dog healthy with annual examinations.

Spaying your dog will prevent unwanted puppies; end heat periods; help eliminate ovarian cancer, uterine cancer and uterine infections; and provide a significant reduction in the chance of breast cancer.

Help reduce over population while curtailing your dog's inappropriate behavior, roaming, and urine marking. Neutering can also prevent testicular cancer and reduces the chance of prostate problems in dogs.

Heartworm & intestinal parasite testing

Prevent fleas and ticks

HomeAgain Microchip

Examining stool and blood specimens can help us detect and prevent intestinal parasites as well as heartworms. Intestinal parasites and heartworms left untreated can cause many complications, severe cases may result in debilitation and possibly death.

Flea, tick, heartworm and intestinal worm  prevention can be vital to the health of your pet. At Oakley Square Animal Hospital, we offer a variety of competitively priced products both prescription and over the counter to address these parasites.

When a lost pet is found, the pet is scanned for a microchip. If a microchip is implanted, the national database contacts the owner. The HomeAgain Microchip increases the chance of your pet’s return.

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