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Welcome to The Pet Clinic of Urbana. Serving Urbana, Mechanicsburg, St. Paris, and West Liberty since 2011.
Happy New Year 2018!!
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Heartworm and Flea prevention is recommended every 30 days, year round. See our monthly discounts and specials located under the promotion tab for cost effective ways to keep your pet parasite free.
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We are also excited to offer ePetHealth, a health and medical record management system for your pets! It allows our clients to manage their pet's health services online 24/7, view or schedule appointments, access valuable pet health information, including videos and articles and soon shop at our online store! It's easy and free to sign up, just click the ePetHealth link on this page to access the site.
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The Pet Clinic of Urbana offers a wide array of veterinary services tailored to fit the needs of our clientele.
We strive to provide the best care for your best friend.
Dr. Erin Williamson
Urbana Veterinarian | The Pet Clinic of Urbana | 937-508-4556
1053 N. Main Street
Urbana, OH 43078
The Pet Clinic of Urbana will be open the following Saturdays: January 6th, January 20th, February 10th, February 17th, March 3rd, March 17th and March 24th
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