At Complete Care Animal Hospital in Mount Vernon Ohio we provide excellent veterinary care to small and large animals, including birds, rodents and other exotics. 24 hour emergency & urgent care available.
Complete Care Animal Hospital has a professional groomer with over 20 years experience and boarding services to accommodate your cat, dog or exotic friend while you are away from home.
The doctors and staff are committed to the well being of our patients, we place a high priority on pain management and quality of life. We believe that client education is the key to a healthy, happy pet. Our goal is to inform you of the latest in preventative healthcare, help you understand disease conditions and inform you of all options to manage your pet’s medical care. We do not want to meet your expectations, we want to exceed them! Complete Care Animal Hospital is located at 999 Harcourt Road Mount Vernon OH 43050 stop by and see our full lines of pet food and pet products.
Our Mission Statement:
Love and compassion for animals and the commitment to improve the quality of life for our patients and clients brought our family together here at Complete Care Animal Hospital. We strive to provide superior patient care, client service and education to strengthen and enrich the bond between owners and their pets. Our goal is to always be the patient advocate and to care for your pets as if they were our own.
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A bit about our doctor.
Dr.Amanda Rogers is a graduate of The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine. She resides in Knox County with her husband Richard and their son Evan. Their family also contains Oscar, an Irish Wolfhound, Felix the French Bulldog; as well as 2 horses, 4 cats and a very special Polled Hereford cow named Sugar Pie.
Dr. Rogers is a member of the American Association of Feline Practitioners, The American Veterinary Medical Association, The Ohio Veterinary Medical Association, President of the Kokosing Valley Veterinary Medical Association and is a board member of the Friends of the Knox County Animal Shelter and the Knox county Board of Health. Dr. Rogers is also a volunteer with both the American Bullmastiff Association rescue and Bullmastiff Rescuers, Inc. Dr. Rogers has special interests in Ophthalmology and Preventative Medicine. In her free time she enjoys spending time with her husband and son, horseback riding and baking. Dr. Rogers and her family are members of the St. Vincent de Paul Church.