Columbus, OH Veterinary Services

columbus veterinary servicesQuality Preventative Pet Care

Aside from providing low-cost Columbus spay and neutering procedures for dogs and cats; our skilled Columbus veterinarians and staff also offer a number of key preventative pet care services to include: veterinary umbilical hernia repair, ear cleaning, declaw surgeries, vaccinations, deworming, preventative care, heartworm testing and heartworm prevention, flea and tick prevention and microchipping for pet identification. We also do Columbus pet dental procedures on a limited basis.

Because of our limited focus, we operate at a lower cost than our fellow full-service veterinary practices.

We are pleased to pass those savings on to you.

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Columbus pet vaccinationsPet Microchipping

How would you find a lost pet if it its tag becomes lost or unreadable, or if you are traveling?

Getting lost is the number one cause of pet death. Studies have shown that more than 10 million pets get lost each year and about 90 percent will not be returned to their owner unless they have some form of permanent lost pet identification.

This is why Capital City Spay and Neuter Clinic uses veterinary microchips as a standard of care for all of our feline and canine patients. With a microchip, your pet can be identified quickly and easily by animal control officers, shelters or at veterinary hospitals. Microchips are safe, unalterable and permanent identification for pets. They only take seconds to install, and the procedure is painless.

We use the AVID microchip system. Customer service is available seven days a week, 24 hours per day; there is also worldwide coverage since AVID microchips can be read by any International Organization for Standardization (ISO) compliant scanner in the world.

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Routine Pet Vaccines in Columbus*

We tailor all our Columbus pet vaccine regimens to fit the pet and its lifestyle. Not every pet receives the same inoculations. Your pet's exposure to various animals and to the environment are two important factors we take into consideration when recommending vaccines.

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