Stover Veterinary Services opens mobile veterinary clinic Full-service clinic to hold regular hours, continue house calls
Submitted by SIEDC
TIFFIN – Stover Veterinary Services is expanding its practice with a new full-service mobile veterinary clinic. The clinic will hold regular office hours in Tiffin and at two other locations in Seneca County, in addition to house calls.
Dr. Amber Stover has been in business for 11 years, dealing mostly in-house calls requiring mild to moderate care. The new clinic will enable her to treat a wider range of issues without sacrificing convenience to her clients.
“Many of the pets I treat or their owners have mobility issues or their schedule won’t allow for an office visit, making a house call much more convenient. Now, I am able to perform even more services while maintaining that convenience factor,” she said. “We are also making veterinary services more accessible to residents of Seneca County by bringing a clinic closer to them.”
The mobile unit includes a surgery suite and lift table, as well as capability for bloodwork, X-rays and dental services.
“Basically, anything that does not require an overnight stay,” said Stover. The clinic will hold regular hours weekly at the corner of Riverside Drive and North Washington Street in Tiffin, at Riehm Produce Farm and the lot adjacent to The Corner Restaurant in Bloomville. Appointments can be made online at stoverhousecall.com or by calling 419-455-9572. Walk ups are also welcome.
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