Online Pharmacy

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Monday 8 - 6
Tuesday 8 - 6
Wednesday 8 - 5
Thursday 8 - 6
Friday 8 - 6
Saturday 8 - 1
(closed during lunch, noon till 1, on weekdays)

Patients are seen by appointment. 
"Drop -off" appointments are also available.

Across the street from Key Bank

To make an appointment, please contact us
at 440-777-2700

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Online Pharmacy

We have an online pharmacy available. You can purchase prescription diets, flea and tick control products, heartworm products and many types of prescription medications for your pets. These products will be delivered directly to your home. Prescription products are available for pets who are current patients at our hospital. Our online pharmacy stocks hundreds of items that are not available at our office.

To access the pharmacy:
click here to be directed to the
Vets First Choice site.



Health Spotlight

Dental Health Care

Regular dental exams and cleanings are essential to helping your pet live a long and healthy life. Dental disease in pets doesn't just cause bad breath, it can affect every part of your pet's body.  Bacteria from infected teeth can enter the bloodstream and travel to other organs, where they can cause  many problems including kidney failure or heart disease.

Brushing will not remove tartar that is already present on your pet's teeth.  At Animal Hospital of Fairview Park, we use an ultrasonic scaler to thoroughly clean all surfaces of each tooth. Next, your pet's teeth are polished to create a smooth surface which will be more resistant to tartar build up.  Finally, a fluoride treatment is applied to each tooth to strengthen the enamel. 

We can take dental radiographs (x-rays) to reveal hidden dental disease below the gum line.  Diseased teeth can be removed to prevent the infection from spreading to others.  A professional dental cleaning is the best way to keep your pet's mouth healthy.

Dental health photo album:

Prior to cleaning -- Notice the thick brown tartar covering the teeth.  This dog's breath smells bad, and his gums may bleed easily.  If the teeth are infected, your pet may drop food out of his mouth when he eats, or lose weight.

After a complete dental prophy [cleaning] --This mouth smells good and the teeth are healthy. You can add 20% to your pet's life span by keeping their mouth healthy.

Amy Carter, D.V.M.
Beth Malinich, D.V.M.  
Cathy Palomar, D.V.M.

Veterinary Services

Dental Care

Immunization and Wellness Care (Pediatric, Adult and Senior pets)

Internal Medicine

Microchip Implants

Nutritional Counseling

Parasite Testing


Pain Management



Flea and Parasite Control

Behavior Counseling


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