Northridge Animal Clinic is proud to serve Dayton, Ohio and surrounding areas. We are dedicated to providing the highest level of veterinary medicine along with friendly, compassionate service.
About Us Northridge Animal Clinic is a full-service veterinary medical facility, located in Dayton, OH. The professional and courteous staff at Northridge Animal Clinic seeks to provide the best possible medical care, surgical care and dental care for their highly-valued patients. We are committed to promoting responsible pet ownership, preventative health care and health-related educational opportunities for our clients. Northridge Animal Clinic strives to offer excellence in veterinary care to Dayton, OH and surrounding areas. Please take a moment to contact us today, to learn more about our veterinary practice and to find our more information about how Northridge Animal Clinic can serve the needs of you and your cherished pet.
Wellness visits are crucial to keeping your pet healthy! At least once a year you should schedule an appointment with your veterinarian to stay on top of any health problems that could arise. Call us today!
You can help your dog lose weight! Pets do not understand how much you feed them, so overfeeding and constant “table scraps” can negatively impact your dog’s health.
Feeding your dog the correct amount of food and frequently exercise are excellent ways to manage your pet’s weight. Not sure if your dog is experiencing weight problems? Call us today!
Fleas cause irritation, itching, and sometimes even hair loss. Inspecting your pet for fleas regularly can help catch the issue early and begin treatment. Call us today to learn more about our treatment options for fleas!
In the interest of our staff’s safety and the safety of our clients and patients, we have decided to close at 3:00 p.m. today, February 15, 2021, and will be closed tomorrow, February 16, 2021. We sincerely apologize for any inconvenience that this may cause. If you need medication refilled, please kindly call us before noon today so we have time to fill and dispense them prior to 3:00 p.m. If you have an emergency with your pet, please call or visit Medvet Dayton (937-293-2714) or the Dayton Care Center (937-428-0911).
Have the best day today! Sending some puppy Valentine's love your way today❤️
Happy cats purr when they are feeling content. Often, this happens while they are getting a back scratch, but sometimes, a happy cat will purr just because. If this describes your cat, then rest assured, they are one happy, healthy kitty!
Your pet should have regular vet checkups that include dental cleaning, updated vaccines, and heartworm test. Is it that time of year for your pet? Schedule your pet's next visit today!
Some dog chew toys can damage your dog’s teeth like some of the bones and rawhides that are available in pet stores. It’s better to go with softer chew toys that won’t damage teeth!
While no one thinks their pet will go missing, one in three pets do every year! Microchipping your pets can tremendously increase the chances of reuniting with your pet! Looking to learn more? Call us!
A puppy’s first vaccines ideally should be given at five or six weeks of age and continue over a period of several weeks, up to sixteen weeks. Wondering when your puppy needs their vaccinations? Contact us!
•February is National Pet Dental Health Month.
•We will be offering a $15 discount off any scheduled dental cleaning in the month of February.
•Dental health should be a daily ritual for pet owners all year long.
•We will be offering a promo of buy 1 Dental product get 1 Dental solution for FREE! Available products for purchase will be listed below.
•Please call to schedule your appointment today!
Here's your daily dosage of pet cuteness!!! Have a wonderful day today!
All pets, including both dogs and cats, require regular veterinary care. However, veterinary care goes far beyond routine vaccinations, even though those are important. A routine examination by your veterinarian can uncover health issues of which you are unaware. Schedule your pet's next visit!
Cats are masters of disguise when it comes to hiding illnesses or pain. Signs that your cat is not feeling well can be subtle. These symptoms can be very difficult if not impossible for the average cat owner to be able to detect! Let us take a look at your fur baby to ensure that your cat is as healthy as can be!
Mouth infections can lead to serious problems in the gums and other parts of the body, including the heart, so it’s important to give your dog’s teeth and mouth special attention!
Regular booster shots provide the protection your pet will need. We can create a schedule for your pet to ensure optimal immunity!
Pets fed a high quality diet have a shiny hair coat, healthy skin, and bright eyes. A good diet can help strengthen your pet’s immune system, help maintain his or her intestinal health, help increase his or her mental acuity, help keep joints and muscles healthy, and much more!
As we enter the New Year, what are some goals that you have for 2021?
We hope that all of you had a wonderful holiday season!
As a reminder, please remember that in order for your pet to be seen or medications to be picked up, you must wear a facial covering AT ALL TIMES during the exchange process, whether this occurs inside or outside of the building. If you are unable to wear a facial covering for that length of time, please make sure you have someone with you that is able to do so. Unfortunately our staff continues to be yelled at, cursed at, and treated downright poorly by clients who are unwilling to comply with our rules. Please remember that with such a small staff who must work in very close contact with each other, we are all at an increased risk of contracting Covid-19, and could be forced to close if enough employees are unable to work. Please help us help you!
We are anticipating that with this new year comes a hope for better things to come and a light at the end of the tunnel! To the many of you who have remained kind and understanding of our current circumstances, we are forever grateful.
In addition to your love and companionship, there are measures you should take as a responsible pet owner to keep your pet healthy. A regular wellness exam is one of them! Schedule your furry friend's next visit with us today!
About 1/3 of a dog’s brain mass is devoted to smell, compared with just 5% of a human’s brain!
As we near the end of 2020, we thank you for all of your support this year and can't wait to see what the new year has in store!
Regular health assessments that include a thorough physical exam, a discussion of behavior, diet/nutrition and a risk assessment to determine needed vaccinations and prevention medications is extremely crucial to ensure that your pet is as healthy and happy as can be.
Happy Holidays! Warmest thoughts and best wishes to you and your loved ones!
Wishing you and your fur babies a safe and joyous holiday!
Just a reminder.... Our Holiday hours will be as follows:
Thursday 12/24/20: Closing at 12:00pm
Friday 12/25/20: Closed
Saturday 12/26/20: Closed
We will be open again Monday 12/28/20 for normal business hours
Thursday 12/31/20: Closing at 12:00pm
Friday 1/1/21: Closed
Saturday 1/2/20: Closed
We will be open again Monday 1/4/20 for normal business hours
Did you know that when cats scratch things, they deposit a scent that other cats can detect?
The first thing to note in a sick pet is their energy level. If you notice unusual behavior and a decreased energy level in your fur baby, it may be best to schedule an appointment with us so that we can ensure that your pet is comfortable and happy!
Do you ever wonder why dogs love sticking their head out of the car window? A dog's head is packed with sensors and they stick their head out for great pressures of air creating a sensory overload!
[12/15/20] If you are a member of the military, you are eligible for savings on veterinary care! With proof of military service (active or veteran), you will receive a discount of 10% off professional services. Please inform us at your next appointment.
Many edible and non-edible dangers for your pet may exist in or around your home. Knowing about these dangers can help you make your home a safer place for your pet. Check out this article to learn more! https://bit.ly/33beRim
fda.gov Many edible and non-edible dangers for your pet may exist within or around your home.
Tip of the day: Before you set out on a big hike, rule out any health or joint problems. Age, size, breed, and other things can limit your dog’s agility!
It’s easy to protect your pooch from the cold! Many of the same safety measures you take for yourself will keep your best friend safe and warm. Limiting time outdoors in the cold, dressing them warmly, and ensuring that their bed is lifted and warm are all great measures to take to guarantee that your pet is warm and comfortable!
If you see signs of fleas or ticks on your pet, treat them right away! Otherwise, start treatment at the beginning of flea or tick season. We can help and tell you when if you're not sure! Call us today!
This is another example of the great things Ellie's Rainy Day Fund has been able to do. We do hope you consider donating on this Giving Tuesday.
We can recommend a wellness program based on your pet's breed (some breeds are predisposed to certain health problems), age, lifestyle and overall health. We're here for you!
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