|At Village Green Veterinary Service, our goal is to provide you with state of the art veterinary care in the comfort of a small town setting. Located in the heart of historic Brookfield Ohio, Dr. Kelley Kilar and her dedicated staff aim to provide quality medicine and compassionate care to your pet in all stages of life. We offer a range of services including internal medicine, general surgery, dental prophylaxis, integrative medicine, hospice care, and in home visits. In house diagnostics include blood counts, blood chemistry analysis, fecal testing for parasites, heartworm testing, and digital radiology.
A fully renovated turn of the century building conveniently located in the center of Brookfield, Ohio is home to Village Green Veterinary Service. You will be welcomed into the sunny waiting room by our friendly and courteous staff. From there, your pet will be treated by our highly skilled veterinarian using the most modern equipment and services available.
Diabetes Awareness Month
November is National Pet Diabetes Awareness Month. Lethargy. Excessive thirst. Frequent urination. If your pet is displaying any of these signs, he or she may have diabetes.
If you didn't know your dog or cat could develop diabetes, you're not alone. Many owners don't realize diabetes can affect pets too, so learning that your dog or cat has the condition can leave you with many questions.
While there is no cure for diabetes, proper care can help your pet live a happy, healthy, active life. The more your know about diabetes, the better you'll be able to work with your veterinarian to successfully manage your pet's health.
Protect from Heartworm All Year!
At Village Green Veterinary Service, we follow the American Heartworm Society's recommendation on prevention, and that is year-round! We offer economical products such as Heartgard Plus to protect your furry friends. Visit the News & Information tab for more information on this preventable disease.
Top Human Meds Toxic to Pets!
It is human nature to want to relieve pain, especially for out pets. Before treating your pet, check out the News & Information tab to find out what pain relievers and other medications are toxic to pets. As always, it is safest to check with your pet's veterinarian before giving any medications.