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

Everything You Need to Know About Laser Declawing

More and more, people are turning toward lasers for surgical procedures. However, this trend isn’t just for humans! Today, we also use lasers on cats for declawing purposes. Read on to learn why people typically have their cats declawed, what occurs during traditional declawing, and why laser declawing is safer and more humane than the […]

How to Tell If Your Dog Has a Cold

It’s that time of year again when the temperatures drop, and sniffles and sneezes become far more common. However, cold symptoms don’t just affect people. They can also occur in your dog! Learn more about dog colds and how you can recognize if your dog’s experiencing one. What Causes Dog Colds? There isn’t one virus […]

Do Dental Chews Work?

As a pet owner, you’ve probably noticed no shortage of dental chews that claim to improve the oral health of your dog or cat. But how good are they? Can they replace brushing? And what kind should you buy anyway? Keep reading for our take on chews, so you can keep your pet’s teeth in […]

How to Remove a Tick from a Dog

As much as we love warm weather, there’s one thing we could do without in the summertime—ticks and fleas. However, we don’t expect to get our way anytime soon, so this is a great time of year to discuss how to prevent fleas and ticks, and what you should do should the worst occur. How […]