From the GLX-Files
Dr. Steven Faust/ Dr. Rob Nathan
2159 Sharon-Copley Rd.
Medina, Ohio 44256
I recomend Dr. Faust, great with the pigs and people =) He's done two neuters for me as well as other things like treatment for abcesses, URI's, ear infection, bladder infection, and Little Pigs bone and joint problems. I had a couple slight problems early on, one was giving me frontline spray for lice, and I wasn't seeing results with the ivermectin injections after 2 but he did check over the GL information and said that he would be ok with my treating the pigs at home to save cost.
Contributed by: Erin8607 - 9/21/2003, 9:00 pm
Dr. Faust has been wonderful. I've used him since 2001 but had to go somewhere else for two years when he moved to his own clinic. He's finally back to my piggies as of September first! Woohoo (On my pigs only)He's done about 10 successful neuters, 4 successful spays, done abscess work, removed tumors, removed an eye, treated URI's, treated mites.
Dr. Nathan is also wonderful there. I've not seen him for much, but I put just as much faith in his work as I do Dr. Faust.
Updated by: Erin8607 - 9/19/2006, 10:32 pm
Colerain Animal Clinic and Surgical Center
6340 Colerain Ave.
Cincinnati, OH 45239
Dr. Duke is wonderful!
Clinic Hours: Mon-Fri 8am-11pm Sat 8am-5pm
ER Hours: Sun 9am-5pm
Contributed by: KJE - 9/16/2003, 11:47 pm
Tallmadge (Akron area)
Northwest Veterinary Practice
99 Northwest Ave.
Very good with basic health concerns and surgical procedures such as spays and neuters. Refers you to another clinic if it is something she is not comfortable treating instead of just taking your money and experimenting like some vets try to do.
Contributed by: Erin8607 - 9/8/2005, 9:51 pm
Animal Care Unlimited.
2665 Billingsley Rd. Columbus, Ohio 43235
Hours: Monday -Thursday 7AM - 8PM
Fridays 7AM - 6PM
Saturdays 7AM - 2PM
These folks treat pets of all types. I've seen pet skunks, geese and turtles in their waiting room.
Check out their guinea pig page:
They also have 24hr emergency care for established clients.
Dr Burton came out at 2:30 am and saved my pet rat Mac from choking to death.
They also run the non-profit Ohio Wildlife Center
For orphaned and injured wildlife in Central Ohio.
Be sure to give a donation if you take in an animal.
Contributed by: Sandytrat - 10/2/2003, 10:17 pm