DUBLIN, OH 43017
Phone: 614-889-2196

For After Hours Emergency Care
MEDVET ( Worthington) 846-5800

Dublin Veterinary Clinic

The Dublin Veterinary Clinic is a long established veterinary practice dating back to 1967 when it was converted from the Dublin Blacksmith Shop into a small Veterinary Clinic at 32 West Bridge Street. Our clinic is proudly listed on the Registry of Historic Places. Drs. Todd and Brigette Lightell, whom are husband and wife veterinarians, have owned the clinic since 2010. They both have extensive experience in veterinary medicine and surgery and are excited to take care of your family's pets. Along with the rest of our dedicated hospital staff, we provide compassionate and exceptional care for your pets in a caring, family atmosphere. In addition to caring for your furry friends such as cats and dogs, we also care for exotic pets such as birds, reptiles, and pocket pets. We strive to give both you and your pets the personal attention that we feel you both deserve. We can't wait to meet you and take care of you and your family's pets!

                      We offer exemplary services including:

- Preventive Care
                             - Medical Diagnosing
                             - On-site Blood Analysis
                             - Radiology
                             - Internal Medicine
                             - Surgery
                             - Emergency Care
                             - Intensive Care & Monitoring
                             - Oncology
                             - Parasite Control & Prevention
                             - Dermatology
                             - Dentistry
                             - Ophthalmology
                             - Behavior Counseling
                             - Nutrition
                             - Exotics Care
                             - End of Life Care & Assistance
                             - Pain Management
                             - a Fully Stocked Pharmacy
                             - and much more..

 Products that we stock regularly include:


                          - Flea & Tick Prevention

                                 -  Frontline Plus

                                 -  FrontlineTritak

                                 -  Nexgard

                                 -  Program Injectable

                                 -  Capstar

                          - Heartworm Preventives

                                  - Heartgard

                                  - Sentinel

                                  - Trifexis

                           - Prescription Drugs

                           - Prescription Foods                          

                                  - Hill's Prescription Foods

                                  - Purina Veterinary Diets

                                  - Royal Canin Prescription Diets

 ***  We Offer Valuable Rebates and Offers for Free Products 
 on many of our Heartworm and Flea Prevention Products ***

About Us

Dublin Veterinary Clinic is a long established veterinary hospital located in the Historic Dublin District in Dublin, Ohio. We are a full service veterinary hospital that can meet all of your pet's medical needs. We strive to "Treat You And Your Pets Like Family." Doctors Todd & Brigette Lightell are experienced husband and wife veterinarians. Dr. Todd Lightell has been practicing veterinary medicine for over 14 years, and has special interests in surgery and exotics care. Dr. Brigette Lightell has been practicing veterinary medicine for over 11 years, and has special interests in preventive medicine and internal medicine. Along with the rest of our exceptional staff, we look forward to taking care of you and your animal family members! Also, feel free to visit us on our Facebook page: Dublin Vet Clinic.

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