Agri-Pet Veterinary Service

Agri-Pet Veterinary Service
Agri-Pet Veterinary Service is listed in the Veterinary Clinics & Hospitals category in Hamilton, Ohio. Displayed below is the only current social network for Agri-Pet Veterinary Service which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Agri-Pet Veterinary Service on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 49.

Contact information for Agri-Pet Veterinary Service is:
1447 Millville Shandon Rd
Hamilton, OH 45013
(513) 863-2306

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Agri-Pet Veterinary Service has an overall ZapScore of 49. This means that Agri-Pet Veterinary Service has a higher ZapScore than 49% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Hamilton, Ohio is 39 and in the category is 52. Learn more about ZapScore.

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Agri-Pet Veterinary Service Contact Information:

  • 1447 Millville Shandon Rd
    Hamilton, OH 45013
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  • Phone: (513) 863-2306
Social Posts for Agri-Pet Veterinary Service

Answer to Thursday's quiz! This is a subpalpebral lavage system. It consists of flexible tubing that is passed through the horses eyelid in order to administer medications to the eye more easily. Here is an example of medication being given into the catheter at the end of the tube.

Agri-Pet Veterinary Service added 2 new photos.
It's been a busy few weeks with sick and injured horses, but we wanted to share this interesting case! Does anyone know what this device is called and what it might be used for? Answers will be revealed tomorrow...

With all of this wet, muddy weather we're been seeing more foot abscesses in horses than usual. Check out this guide from The Horse regarding causes, signs, and treatment.

Miss Millie is a hero again! We love our greyhound blood donors ❤️

We had several correct guesses- the answer is magnets! We knew these foreign objects had to be metal because they show up whiter than the bones on the x-ray. The owner knew what they were from the film and we went to surgery right away! Does anyone know why magnets can be extra dangerous as GI foreign bodies?