East Hills Veterinary Clinic is one of Greater Cincinnati's most advanced health care facilities for animals. Wellness is our primary concern for your pet.
We are conveniently located just off 1-275 on Wards Corner in Loveland, Ohio.
From primary care and preventative veterinary medicine to dentistry and surgery — it can all be found here, along with a compassionate and welcoming environment. We look forward to your visit and helping you keep your pets healthy and happy for years to come.
Urgent Recall News!
Iverhart Plus has been recalled due to manufacturing error.
The affected lot numbers are listed below.
Iverhart Small (0-25 pounds) Lot # 120196, 120844
Iverhart Medium (25-50 pounds) Lot # 120202
Iverhart Large (51-100 pounds) Lot # 120076, 120086, 120856
If you have purchased a box of Iverhart, please double check your box with affected lot numbers. If your box is one of the recalled boxes, please contact the manufacturer. If you have any problems, please call our office at (513)831-7444.
Pet Food Recall!! The following foods have been voluntarily recalled due to possible contamination with Salmonella:
California Natural: Dog and Cat
EVO: Dog and Cat Formulas
Healthwise: Dog, Puppy, and Cat
Innova: Dog, Puppy and Cat
Karma Dog Organic Chicken
Innova Cat Turkey & Chicken Treats
Please call us for more information!
Is Your Veterinary Hospital AAHA-Accredited?
Most pet owners don’t realize that accreditation is not a requirement in veterinary medicine like it is in human medicine. The American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) is the only organization that inspects and accredits veterinary practices in the U.S. and Canada. Accreditation by AAHA means we’ve passed a voluntary evaluation of more than 900 standards and that we are dedicated to upholding the highest standards of care for your pet.
New clients are always welcome at East Hills Veterinary Clinic.
Call and schedule an appointment any time!
- April is Heartworm Prevention Month04-05-2013
April is Heartworm Prevention Month. Heartworm disease is a deadly disease that affects both dogs and cats. It is an easily preventable disease. Monthly administration of a heartworm preventatitve is the most effective way to prevent this disease. Call us today and we can discuss how to help prevent heartworm disease in your pet.