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General Care

Is Fostering Pets Right For You?

May 16, 2022

May is National Foster Care Month! Many of our furry patients are former fosters, or foster fails. Fostering fills a crucial gap for pets that need growth, healing, training, and/or socialization before they can be put up for adoption. If you’re an animal lover, you may want to consider fostering. This can be a very rewarding and enriching experience! Of course, this isn’t going to be right for everyone. A vet lists some things to … Read More »

Cat Care 101: Fluffy’s Basic Needs

May 02, 2022

Cats are extremely popular pets. One reason for that is because they are very easy keepers. In fact, out of all of the animals we’ve domesticated, Fluffy may very well be the most independent. That doesn’t mean your kitty is entirely self-sufficient, though. A local vet lists some of the things your furry pal requires in this article. Food Proper nutrition is the foundation of any good pet care routine. While buying Fluffy’s food isn’t … Read More »

Popular Plants That Are Toxic To Cats

April 15, 2022

Have you ever brought a plant home, only to find your feline buddy immediately started gnawing on its leaves? Cats are carnivores, but they do enjoy some greens and fiber now and then. Unfortunately, kitties don’t know what is and isn’t safe for them. Quite a few popular houseplants are actually toxic to Fluffy. A local vet lists a few plants for cat owners to avoid in this article. Lily This one is particularly concerning … Read More »

COVID-19 Updates to Service

April 13, 2022

Welcome back! Angel Animal Hospital is happy to welcome you back into our clinic. Don’t worry – we have plans to keep everyone safe. Our goal will always be world-class healthcare for your beloved pets and exceptional customer service for you.  Here are a few details we’d like to share:  Masks are no longer required.  Appointments, however, continue to be required. We cannot accommodate walk-ins.  Prescription pick-ups also require an advance appointment.  When arriving for … Read More »

Dog Bite Prevention Tips

April 01, 2022

Dog Bite Prevention Week starts April 10th. This is a very important topic! According to the CDC, there are about 4.5 million dog bites in the US every year. That works out to about 1 out of every 73 people! Because many of these bites could have been avoided, this is one area where an ounce of prevention is worth several pounds of cure. A local vet lists some ways to prevent dog bites below. … Read More »

5 Foods You Should Never Feed Your Dog

March 15, 2022

As dog-lovers, who among us hasn’t given in to throwing Fido a scrap or two when we’re eating? Those big watery eyes are hard to say no to, but sometimes it’s necessary. Some foods just aren’t good for dogs and can even harm them. Knowing which morsels and treats to keep away from your canine buddy can help ensure he stays healthy. Here, a veterinarian lists 6 types of foods you should never feed your … Read More »

Do’s And Don’ts of Giving Your Cat Flea Control

March 01, 2022

Is your feline pal itching? Uh oh: Fluffy may have fleas. Fleas can not only make pets miserably itchy, they can also cause dangerous health issues, such as anemia; can carry tapeworms and other parasites; and can spread disease. Keeping up with Fluffy’s flea control is very important! However, parasite control products contain chemicals, so be sure to follow proper safety practices. A vet offers some information on this below. Choosing Products There are many … Read More »

Celebrating The Aristocats: Marie Day

February 15, 2022

Did you grow up on Disney cartoon movies? Those animated classics feature some adorable animals! While icons like Bambi, Dumbo, and Eor may get top billing, Marie, the cute kitty from the Aristocats, also has a lot of fans. In fact, this little ball of fur has become so popular that there is a whole day dedicated to her. February 22nd is Marie Day! A vet discusses this charming feline below. Purrsonality Marie may be … Read More »

February Is Dog Training Education Month

February 01, 2022

Have you recently adopted a puppy? That’s great news! Now that your little fella has settled in, have you started to notice his penchant for chewing on things, like slippers and couch cushions? When this happens, a little dog training can go a long way towards keeping your home intact and keeping little Fido out of trouble. In recognition of Dog Training Education Month, here are a few tips on how to train your pup. … Read More »

Winter Paw Care Tips For Fido

January 16, 2022

Like any other season, winter has some specific hazards and concerns for our furry friends. For dogs, paw care is one of the issues for pet owners to be aware of. Snow, salt, sand, and ice can all hurt Fido’s sensitive paw pads. Read on for some winter paw care tips from a veterinarian. Choose Pet-Safe Products One development that we’re happy to see is the emergence of pet-safe de-icing products. This is great news … Read More »

175 Galloway Rd.
Galloway, OH 43119
t: (614) 870-3900
f: (614) 870-6655

Opening Hours:
Due to COVID-19 precautions, hours are by appointment only & include medication, food, & product pick-up.
Mon: 9:30am – 7pm
Tue: Closed
Wed: 9:30am – 5pm
Thu: 12 – 7pm
Fri: 9:30am – 5pm
Sat: 9am – 1pm
Closed Labor Day, September 6, 2021

Please note that GPS directions are not always accurate for finding our location. We are on the south side of Broad Street; directly across from Westland High School.
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