Dr. Robert Slobody founded Meadowlands Veterinary Center in Willoughby, Ohio in 1986. Since then Dr. Slobody, Dr. McKinley, Dr. Ross and their staff have been committed to providing the highest quality of pet care, education, and compassion for our clients and their pets. The doctors and their staff's dedication and love for animals can assure you that your pet is getting the best care possible. Meadowlands Veterinary Center is a full service animal hospital offering superior animal care to dogs, cats, pocket pets, ferrets, snakes, turtles, lizards, and birds with outpatient, surgical and dental care. Having our own in house lab, digital radiology and pharmacy provides the client with immediate treatment plans and answers for their pet. Meadowlands also offers emergency medical service for your pets. Meadowlands is a state of the art facility offering orthopedics, laparoscopy, endoscopy, ultrasound, laser therapy, radio surgery, full dental services, Penn Hip and OFA evaluation to name a few. Meadowlands is open for appointments Monday through Saturday and open for surgeries on Tuesday through Friday. Meadowlands invites you to take a tour of our facility on-line or in person! If you are looking for veterinarians and a staff that have the knowledge, experience and compassion to provide superior care for your pet and that treat your pet as it were their own, then look no further!
If you are traveling outside of this area please let the doctor know so we can be sure to protect your pet with the proper vaccinations!
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