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*Providing Preventive, Surgical, Routine and Critical Care for Dogs, Cats andExotic Species Since 1986* Open 7 Days a Week*
Comprehensive Medicine By People Who Care
Over 25 Years of Pet Care Experience!
MASTER CARD, VISA, CHECK, DEBIT, DISCOVER, INSURANCE, AMEX, CASH
Open 7 days a week
Just North of I-270 on Sawmill Rd Behind New Market Mall
All Canine, Feline, Avian and Exotic Species Welcome! Surgery: Laser, Orthopedic, General and Specialized. Dentistry- Professional Cleaning, Oral Surgery, Digital Dental Xray Complete In-house Laboratory, Digital Radiology & Ultrasound. Hospitalization and Critical Care Pet Wellness and Preventative Care BoardingandGrooming Prescription Pet Foods, Nutritional Supplements.
American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) Ohio Veterinary Medical Association (OVMA) American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) Association of Avian Veterinarians (AAV)
Veterinary OphthalmologyDr. Bobulsky was born in Ohio at Wright Patterson Air Force Base and has lived all over the U.S. as part of an Army family. She completed her undergraduate degree in Zoology at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio, and earned her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine at The Ohio State University in 2010. Dr. Bobulsky’s veterinary special interests include wildlife and conservation medicine, ultrasound, surgery, ophthalmology, and public health. She regularly attends conferences and reads medical journals to deepen her knowledge, and she also enjoys working with the Ohio Wildlife Center.
Nutritional CounselingSome forms of palliative care include medical pain control, antibiotics, anti-inflammatories, fluid replacement, non-curative surgical procedures, and alternative treatments such as laser therapy and nutritional support. Even environmental supports can be helpful at this time, such as mobility aides and warming blankets. We do what it takes to apply comforting and compassionate care, at home or in our hospital, during your special pet’s last days.
Comprehensive ExaminationDuring every wellness exam, we conduct an assessment of the teeth and mouth. For any pet, we review current diet, treats and chew products provided, chewing habits, condition of the teeth and gums, existing diseases or conditions, medications, and environmental factors.
Dental CareDental care is essential for the health of your pet, preventing serious diseases and enhancing quality of life. Animal Care Unlimited provides dental care and services for a variety of species, and offers a veterinarian with advanced training and a strong interest in veterinary dentistry.
VaccinationThe vaccinations your pet receives will vary depending upon certain factors. However, this is a typical vaccine protocol for puppies and dogs...
Lab and X-Rays
Laboratory ServicesPrior to administering anesthesia, our veterinarians exam the patient and perform diagnostic blood work to identify any possible risks. Throughout the procedure, our skilled technicians monitor patient respiration, blood pressure, heart rate, and blood oxygen levels. This monitoring is continued until the patient is alert and fully recovered from anesthesia.
Dental RadiologyWe use diagnostic tools to evaluate the oral cavity and look for early signs of disease. Digital dental X-ray allows us to view the teeth and supporting bone structure, providing an exceptionally detailed image.
MicrochippingWe recommend microchipping, a safe and simple procedure for the safety of your dogs and cats. Insertion of the microchip can be performed in our office and is often combined with spay or neuter surgery.
Exotic Animal Vet
Small Animal Vet
Chronic Condition Treatment
Cancer TreatmentCancer is no different than other serious or chronic diseases in pets. Very often, surgical removal or chemotherapy will either eliminate or stop progression of the cancer, giving the pet added years with excellent quality of life.
Hip Dysplasia Treatment
Obesity TreatmentOverweight pets can usually be restored to good health with appropriate diet and exercise. Many heart patients may benefit from a prescription diet, such as one with low sodium to prevent fluid build-up.
Heart Disease TreatmentThe heart is the most important organ in the body, and keeping your pet's heart in top condition is essential to good health and long life. The veterinarians at Animal Care Unlimited are skilled at diagnosing and treating heart disease in companion animals.
Periodontal Disease Treatment
Parasites Treatment and ControlHeartworm disease —This will eventually kill the animal as the worms clog the lungs and heart chambers.
Pain ManagementWith modern advancements in veterinary care, pain and suffering can be minimized or even eliminated completely for our patients. At Animal Care Unlimited, we provide intensive pain management services for every patient. Because we know how adept animals are at hiding discomfort, our team assesses all patients for pain at every checkup.
Skin Condition and Allergy TreatmentPet skin care is essential for comfort and overall health. Animal Care Unlimited provides veterinary dermatology services with allergy testing and treatment for a variety of species—furred, feathered, or scaled.
Upper Respiratory Illness Treatment
Injury TreatmentLaser light therapy is a painless, noninvasive treatment for a variety of uncomfortable conditions in pets. Whether your pet is recovering from surgery, has sustained an injury, or suffering from a chronic condition, laser therapy may be the most effective approach to pain relief. Commonly used to relieve chronic pain in aging and arthritic pets, this new technology is also effective on a wide range of conditions such as back injuries, wounds, hip dysplasia, post-operative pain, skin conditions, and more.
Intestinal Foreign Object RemovalDr. Marksz is married and has three perfect rescue kitties: Mocha, Chai, and Chino (Cappuccino), named after coffee drinks as she met her husband, Jared, at Starbucks. Chai is an independent and cranky calico, Chino is sweet, laid back and cuddly, and Mocha is an extremely intelligent but very expensive ‘free’ kitty as she has required several foreign-body removal surgeries, one of those ‘foreign bodies’ being a penny! Dr. Marksz plans to add more animal family members as their family and living space continues to grow.
Dental SurgeryWe perform deep cleaning and other dental procedures when your pet is under anesthesia. As with any surgical procedure, we use the safest anesthesia protocols for all of our patients. During the procedure, your pet's vitals are monitored continuously, and IV fluids provide added support. This monitoring and support continues until your pet is awake and alert. Any pain management needed for oral surgery or other procedures is initiated during surgery and continued upon discharge, for a comfortable home recovery.
Veterinary SurgeryAs an AAHA-accredited veterinary hospital, each patient enjoys the highest standard of care for surgery and anesthesia. Whether we are performing a routine spay or neuter, or a more complex procedure, your pet’s comfort, safety, and welfare is our priority.
Laser SurgeryWe offer the latest technology in veterinary surgery today: laser surgery. With this technology, a laser beam replaces the traditional scalpel. The laser light efficiently vaporizes living tissue while it seals blood vessels, capillaries, lymphatics, and nerve endings. This results in several benefits to our patients, including...
Spaying and NeuteringLooking to add a pet to your life? We can help. In cooperation with local animal shelters and other organizations, we are featuring pets who are looking for a warm and loving home. Whether you are looking for a young puppy or kitten, a mature dog or a friendly older cat, a purebred or a mixed breed, a local animal shelter is a great place to start. They can help you decide which pet is right for you, talk to you about how to fit your pet into your family, and most will assist in spaying and neutering.
General Pet Care
BoardingOn December 9, 1986, from humble beginnings in a small rented office space on Billingsley Road, Animal Care Unlimited (ACU) was born. Often working 16-18 hour days, Dr. Burton became even more committed to his vision but on a larger scale. By 1991, he purchased the land just across the street from that small office space and built a brand new 16,000 sq.ft veterinary facility, complete with boarding and grooming services. For most people that would be enough challenge for a lifetime, but Dr. Burton thought differently!
GroomingMany of our boarding guests enjoy a "day at the salon" before they go home. We also offer specialized grooming services or medicated baths. Grooming can be accommodated either during your pet's stay or on the day of departure.
Senior Pet CareWellness and preventive care begins with an annual veterinary checkup for every pet, more frequently for those with chronic conditions, impaired immune systems, and senior pets. Contact Animal Care Unlimited to discuss wellness care for your pets.
Dog TrainingWe provide on-site training through the experts at Dog Talk. Contact Animal Care Unlimited for up-coming classes or download our Dog Talk brochure.
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