Your pets provide companionship, unconditional love and plenty of smiles, but they also make you healthier just by living with you. By keeping your furry companion healthy and happy, you're actual ...View Article
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Amanda Animal Hospital website!
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The Amanda Animal Hospital is a full-service clinic that will bring you the finest in health care for all your pets. From horses and cattle, to goats and pigs, and dogs and cats ... our highly qualified veterinarians and technicians will provide your animals the best care possible, using the latest technological advances and procedures, including spays/neuters and more difficult surgeries such as cranial cruciate ligament (CCL) repairs, fractures and patellar luxation.
The hospital features in-house laboratory equipment that can provide complete blood analysis - as well as thyroid and phenobarbital testing - in minutes, in addition to a large reception area, large and small surgery wards and inside and outside kennel and boarding areas.
Clients will benefit from the convenient drop-off and pick-up hours as well as the large animal haul-in facility.
At Amanda Animal Hospital, we treat your pets like the valued family members they are.
Doctor Michael Forsythe
Lancaster Veterinarian | Amanda Animal Hospital | 740-687-0643
6550 Lancaster-Circleville Rd.
Lancaster, OH 43130
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