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We are a well staffed, full service Veterinary Hospital performing a wide range of services which includes wellness programs, extensive medical, surgical, and dental procedures, as well as boarding, grooming, and a complete line of diets.
Our staff are well trained and service oriented. They offer years of experience in patient care, adept in handling both your pet and your needs.
Our hospitals are well equipped, offering our patients a full range of diagnostics, surgeries, and dental procedures in-house.
If you have a question or would like to schedule an appointment call 513-553-9954, or email us and we'll promptly get back to you.
At Lifetime Pet Center of New Richmond, we treat your pets like the valued family members they are.
Dr. Jerry Miller
New Richmond Veterinarians | Lifetime Pet Center of New Richmond | 513-553-9954
1044-A Old US 52
New Richmond, OH 45157
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This was our first visit to this center, and I have nothing but positive reviews! The staff was very kind and sweet. The waiting room was extremely clean and smelled wonderful! There were little critters around the office which my daughter LOVED. The Dr. and the vet nurse that assisted my cats with their shots were very knowledgeable and kind. They answered all the questions I had and gave me suggestions as well. You can see how much they love animals just from the way they care and speak to them.
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