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There is no question too big or too small for our veterinary team. Below are some answers to our most common questions.
Blood Tests

Here are just some of the services offered by our vet:

Adult and Senior pet wellness care
Behavioral counseling – Our well-trained staff can provide solutions to behavioral concerns
Blood Transfusions
Boarding & Daycare – We now require all dogs receive the Canine Influenza Vaccine before going into our boarding facility.
Breeding Services
Dentistry –To prevent tooth decay, which can result in tooth loss, pain, and ultimately periodontal disease, our vet recommends yearly check-ups and dental cleaning
Diagnostic Exams
Digital & Dental Radiology (X-Ray)
Emergency Care
Euthanasia (in-home Euthanasia available) and cremation
Grooming – We will ensure your pet’s grooming visit is complete with specialty & summer cuts, anal gland expression, medicated baths, de-skunking, and nail trimming available.
Health Exams & Health Certificates
Health Screening for Hip Dysplasia & Von Willebrand’s Disease
Hospice Care
House Calls
Laser Therapy
Micro-chipping and Pet Identification
New Kitten & New Puppy Care
Nutritional guidance – The best way to keep your pet in optimal health is through good nutrition appropriate to your pet’s individual needs
Prevention Services – Heart-worms, fleas, ticks, and mosquitoes can cause everything from skin disorders to fatal diseases in your pet. Regular visits to the vet can help keep pest infestations at bay.
Surgical – Spay and neuter, orthopedic surgery, abdominal surgery, soft-tissue surgery, (including anesthesia and pain management)
Vaccination Programs – Canine influenza Vaccine is now available for dogs at Marion Animal Hospital! We recommend all dogs receive this vaccine.



Flea & Tick Preventives

Closure Announcement

First and foremost, we thank you for your loyalty and patronage to Marion Animal Hospital. It has been a privilege and an honor to serve the pets of the Marion community. As of September 7, 2022, we will be closing our doors, including our grooming and boarding services.

To receive your pet's health records, please email We ask for health record requests, to please add RECORDS REQUEST in the Subject Line. You can request your pets' health records until December 30, 2022.

If you seek a new veterinarian for your pet, we recommend visiting to find a provider in your area.

Thank you again for your business and your friendship over the years. Please reach out with any questions via email at