Little Miami Vet Service: Healthy Living for Your Pet
Little Miami Veterinary Service understands the unique relationship between you and your pet. We treat our own pets like royalty and will roll out the red carpet for yours, too. We treat all of kinds of animals, from guinea pigs to Rottweilers to horses and alpacas. You can leave your beloved companion in our capable hands.
Find out more about our treatments and get to know our team on the following pages.
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About our office
Our experienced veterinarians are committed to providing the best care possible for your beloved pet. To see our facility and learn more, click on the link below:
For our Holiday schedule, see the News section of this website.
From consultation to diagnostics and treatment: Our team is committed to preserving and restoring your animal's health.
We also do Farm Calls and Home Visits! The cost depends our driving time to your place. We can do exams as well as x-rays and ultra sounds with our portable equipment! Please call our office for more info and/or an estimate for us to come to your house.
"Tails" from the Exam Room
Below is a recent email from a client. We love hearing from you!
I brought my dog Cody in on Saturday and I wanted to let you know that we had a wonderful experience with both Dr. Daniela and Katie during our visit. This was by far the best visit Cody has had to any vet. They were both very thorough in his exam and making him feel comfortable,even though we had the last appointment on a Saturday. Usually he is a nervous wreck any time we have to leave our house, but he was great this time!
We look forward to being back the next time!
Bob is a neutered male cat whom the owners brought in with unknown injuries, but who clearly was not feeling well. Bob had been attacked by a neighbor's dog and was found on the porch. Upon initial examination, Dr. Hultgren found no obvious wound or tear in the skin.
Examining him further, Dr. H discovered he had torn open the abdominal muscle wall, but not the skin. After getting Bob stabilized, he was taken into surgery to repair what amounted to a hernia. Once inside the abdomen, it became clear that the diaphragm was also torn, to the extent that the heart and lungs were visible through the abdominal wall! In addition, a piece of liver was ripped off and floating free in the abdomen. The diaphragm and abdominal wall were repaired and the lungs were re-inflated. Bob recovered fully and is now a happy house cat. (No more playing with neighbor dogs outside!)
Hope for Hope
Hope was a 7 month old Mastiff puppy who was brought in to be spayed. As part of our routine surgery procedure, we did Pre-anesthetic bloodwork, just as would be done for a
human. Thank goodness we do it! It was discovered that Hope, though still so young, was in renal (kidney) failure! If we had performed the surgery without first checking her health via the bloodwork,
she would have likely died on the operating table. It is for reasons such as this that we require pre-anesthetic bloodwork before all surgeries. With awareness of her renal problems, the special care
she needed was given to her by her owners. A few months later her kidneys were back in good health and she was spayed. She is now happy and healthy!
Find out more about our clinic and the latest in veterinary medicine on our announcements page.
Little Miami Vet Service
680 W. Mason Morrow Rd
South Lebanon, OH 45065
Wed. : closed
Thu. : 8:00a.m.-5:00p.m.
1st & 3rd Sat.: 8:00a.m.-noon
Please see the News Section for our holiday hours!