About Us

Beechwold Veterinary Hospital has served as a full-service veterinary medical center for cats and dogs for more than 60 years. We offer excellent, compassionate care to Columbus, Ohio and surrounding areas, including Beechwold, Clintonville, Worthington, Upper Arlington, Bexley, Grandview Heights, and Gahanna.

Our professional and courteous veterinarians, technicians and staff at Beechwold Veterinary Hospital provide the best possible wellness care, surgical care and dental care for our highly valued patients. Our staff provides specialized care for your dog or cat with blood transfusions, endoscopies, end of life care, laser surgery, pain management, radiology, reproductive services, ultrasound, and vet scope services. Additionally, we provide emergency veterinary services during our regular office hours, Monday through Saturday.

American Animal Hospital Association – AAHA

Beechwold Veterinary Hospital is accredited by the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA). AAHA accredited practices are truly distinctive in providing the highest quality care for pets. AAHA standards are recognized around the world as the benchmark for quality care in veterinary medicine.

Contact us today to make an appointment or to learn how Beechwold Veterinary Hospital can serve the needs of your beloved cat or dog.

Recent Blog Posts

What You Need to Know About Cold Weather Pet Safety

With frigid temperatures rapidly approaching, it’s important to know exactly how to care for your pet when it gets cold outside. Fortunately, we’ve got the answers to all of your temperature-related pet concerns right here. How Long Can Dogs Be Left Outside in the Winter? There are many factors that determine how long a dog […]

What Are Pet Ultrasounds and Does My Pet Need One?

While ultrasounds are commonly associated with pregnant women, they have plenty of other purposes. In fact, an ultrasound is an excellent diagnostic tool for evaluating health conditions in dogs and cats. Learn how we use ultrasounds at Beechwold Vet to provide our pet patients with the best possible care. What Is an Ultrasound? Ultrasound equipment […]

5 Things You Need to Know About Dogs and Ticks

While most pet owners adore their pets, some of them can get a little lax when it comes to following their vet’s instructions. Unfortunately, sometimes that means ignoring the very real risk that ticks present to their dogs. For that reason, we wanted to provide you with information about what ticks are, why they’re harmful, […]

Why Your Dog’s Health is Just as Important as Yours

Is your pug looking a little pudgy? Do you think your whippet could stand to put on some weight? If these concerns sound familiar, you need to read this. Learn what the nutritional guidelines are for your dog, and what you should do if you think your dog could benefit from a little help in […]