Animal Hospital of Tiffin 2765 S SR 100 Tiffin, OH 44883 419-455-0470
Welcome to the Animal Hospital of Tiffin, a full service animal hospital providing the best medical care for your large and small animals, so they can enjoy a long and healthy life.
Whether your animals are sick, injured or simply in need of a yearly checkup or regular vaccinations, bring them to the Animal Hospital of Tiffin and let our caring and compassionate staff look after them. We work hard to provide all our clients and their pets with a warm and comfortable atmosphere in which to obtain the services they need. Our staff is fully trained, offers years of experience and, of course, loves animals as much as you do.
The Animal Hospital of Tiffin isTiffin's only AAHA accredited smallanimal hospital.
Because we understand that your pet holds a special place in your family and life we have made it our goal to respect and honor that bond by providing the best possible care for your pet. As part of that goal we have chosen to be accredited by the American Animal HospitalAssociation (AAHA) and have our hospital measured against the most rigorous published standards in the veterinary industry. We are one of 8% of small animal hospitals in the United States and Canada that have made a voluntary commitment to meeting the highest standards of veterinary care. Our hospital has been successfully evaluated by an outside consultant on over 800 standards that directly correlate to the care we provide for your pet. For example, the standards require us to provide diagnostic services (x-ray and laboratory) so we can quickly and accurately diagnose your pet. AAHA standards require thorough and complete medical records so we can better understand your pet's medical history and how this may be affecting their current medical status.
Mosquito season is just around the corner or may already be buzzing in many parts of the country. Mosquitoes' itchy bites are not only annoying for humans and animals alike, but they also have the potential to transmit life-threatening illnesses. In pets, the mosquito-borne heartworm is extremely dangerous. Luckily, this disease can easily be prevented.