Welcome to Tri-County Veterinary Service, Inc. Our Veterinary Care Team is dedicated to excellent, compassionate patient care for both companion animals as well as farm animals. We offer extensive hours, including Saturday mornings, at two convenient locations to make it easier for you to schedule an appointment. Please call 937-693-2131 to schedule an appointment at Anna, or 937-492-6536 for an appointment in our Sidney office.
When you arrive for your appointment you will be greeted by our friendly receptionists. Your pet will be weighed and you will be shown to one of our examination rooms. A Veterinary Technician will come into the room first to gather a brief history of your pet and take his or her temperature. One of our Doctors will then come in to discuss the reason for your visit and perform a complete physical exam on your pet.
If diagnostic tests are required, our in-house laboratory equipment allows results in as little as 20-30 minutes. A treatment plan will be created and any medications will be filled in-house. Our team is prepared to perform a wide variety of both scheduled and emergency surgeries that may be required. Surgeries requiring more advanced techniques or post-operative care may be referred to The Ohio State University. If you have questions while your pet is in the care of Tri-County, we encourage you to ask them at any time.
For patients requiring after-hours emergency care, we are partnered with the West Central Ohio Veterinary Emergency Service in Lima, Ohio.
Our Doctors provide food animal ambulatory care to farms throughout the area. We offer routine herd management, pregnancy diagnosis, record analysis, and preventative medicine. When your animals are sick or need emergency care, we provide on-farm exams, diagnosis and treatment for all food animal species. In-house, as well as outside laboratory services are available for diagnostics. Livestock surgeries are performed on farm or may be scheduled in our Anna office. Critical care situations or specialized surgery patients are referred to the veterinary medical center at The Ohio State University.