Our Services

Preventative Medicine
and Wellness

The prevention of disease and enhancement of healthy pets is the primary goal in good medicine. Physical exams, vaccinations, parasite prevention, nutritional and behavioral issues are part of that program and help to ensure the health of your beloved pet.

We want to make sure that your pet is happy and healthy. If we do find a medical issue, it will be far better that we catch it early than if it goes unnoticed. Preventative medicine helps your pet live a long life by your side!​
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Medical and
Diagnostics

Tallmadge Animal Hospital offers a range of advanced medical and diagnostic services, including digital x-rays, ultrasound, endoscopy, and laboratory testing. Endoscopy is an excellent diagnostic and surgical tool for upper and lower GI studies, cystoscopy of the urinary bladder, bronchoscopy and rhinoscopy for the respiratory system, laproscopic surgical procedures and arthoroscopic procedures. Endoscopy is very helpful in diagnosing the cause of your pet's vomiting, diarrhea, weight loss, abdominal pain or swelling and loss of appetite.

We have a complement of 4 scopes for medical and diagnostic procedures. Imaging – X-rays and contrast radiology are important diagnostic tools. We use both a standard X-ray machine and a dental-specific X-ray machine. The addition of a new Siemens G50 color Doppler ultrasound unit greatly complements and enhances the imaging of tissues, heart and abdominal organs.
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Dentistry

Dental health is extremely important to pets. Periodontal disease is known to be a source of many kidney and heart problems. Pets need regular dental cleanings and treatment to minimize or prevent advancing periodontal disease. Tallmadge Animal Hospital has an excellent dental facility for both general dentistry and endodontic procedures. The use of digital dental X-rays is a great asset for radiographing pets’ teeth to properly evaluate the extent of disease and plan for the most appropriate treatment.

Digital radiographs produce excellent images in much less time and better allow for root canal procedures. Root canals are performed using a “Light Speed” endodontic system. Besides regular cleanings, pets need home dental care to help slow or prevent advancing periodontal disease and tooth loss. We will happily educate you on how to take care of your pet's teeth! Cats are at particular risk for odontoclastic resorptive lesions (neck lesions) that destroy the tooth at the gum line or the roots. Pets are routinely X-rayed during dental procedures.
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Surgery

The surgery suite of Tallmadge Animal Hospital is well equipped for all general and orthopedic surgery and has been augmented with an advanced laser surgical unit since 2000. Surgery procedures meet or exceed AAHA standards, and they are done with the utmost concern for the patient's well-being. Careful monitoring is primary to each patient. Pulse oximetry, monitoring equipment, and well-trained assistants ensure that watchful attention is given each pet. Rest assured, your pet will be in great hands using modern equipment. + Read more

Laboratory Testing

Laboratory testing is an important tool in diagnosing beyond the physical examination. Routine testing for preventative and early diagnosis is employed for heartworm and intestinal parasites. Blood profiles and specialized tests are commonly used in diagnostic procedures. The patient monitor provides ECG’s, pulse oximetry, blood pressure, respiration, and carbon dioxide readings.

The Ultrasound unit is part of the imagery equipment, and is used to detect many soft tissue anomalies. We use ultrasound to examine abdominal structures, perform pregnancy diagnostics, examine your pet's cardiac function and check for certain diseases in the eye.
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Who's that peeking over the exam table? Tami Clifford's little girl, Rylee! Let's just call her a "fan favorite." ❤️😊 ... See MoreSee Less

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Patricia Burkhart MickelsonCute dog

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Mary GulledgeSarah is such a cutie! She does look a bit apprehensive! But what good care her owner is making sure she is getting and by the BEST vet and staff!!

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Beth and Don Cooper have fallen in love with the newest member of their pack. They have given their hearts to Greyhounds, and have provided a loving and gentle home to magnificent dogs that have been in the racing industry, and once retired, are looking for a family. In the past few years, they lost their beloved Suzie and Miami to devastating disease. It didn't take long for Beth to identify a beautiful brindle girl that she felt would complement the family dynamic. Meet Coco! She visited Dr. Andrews her first day in town and then moved toward adjusting fully to her new home. Sam, her half-sibling, and Jazz, the other female of the pack, have welcomed her with gentle acceptance. We give a special shout out to adoptive parents like Beth and Don who unselfishly give these beauties safe landing.
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Bett DumireGod bless them for taking those dogs into their home!

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Mary GulledgeWhat beauties! And what loving care they are getting from Dr. Andrews and the TAH staff. And a loving forever home!

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Leticia Farrell SimoneWe gave a retired racer ourselves, what great dogs they are...

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Kim SteinerAbsolutely great dogs. Such gentle dispositions. Bless them for helping them get a good life now

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Why is Blue giving Dr. Andrews a big Dachshund kiss? The poor little guy had been very sick until it was discovered he had eaten something that was not on his approved diet. A series of x-rays, a two hour procedure with an endoscope, a skilled surgeon, a talented staff, and the culprit was removed from his stomach: a small flat stone that refused to move on through. Blue is home with owners Martha and Tony DiMauro, feeling so much better.
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Martha DiMauroDude' s got skills❤️❤️❤️❤️Tony and I are so grateful to the entire staff😀 Thank you!!

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Gina DreibelbisI'm sure Blue will get extra pampering for a few days!

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Scot WoodroofPoor guy! Another satisfied patient from the most talented staff around!

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Megan WalchAwww Blue!!! I love that little dude I'm so glad he's feeling better!!!!! ❤❤❤

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Mary GulledgeGlad Blue is doing better! Indeed Dr Andrews deserves a HUGE "thank you" kiss from Blue! Glad the procedure was successful!! I am sure Martha and Tony are very happy and relieved!! Good job, Dr Andrews and TAH Staff!!

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Megan VankoAw! Good job Dr. Andrews!

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Michele Horvath SeymourAwe... glad Blue is feeling better! I can just imagine how worried Martha was!

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Kim Steinerwow that's a big rock!! If anybody can figure it out it's Dr. Andrews!! Hes the best there is!!!

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Nancy White-Batten MoneypennyYep the best !!

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Julie EvansAwe Blue. You gotta feel so much better buddy 😍

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Teresa BrownGood pet parents!

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