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Since 1932, Richardson Animal Hospital has offered quality, compassionate, affordable care to pets of Ravenna and surrounding areas. We are a full service small animal veterinary hospital providing preventive, medical, surgical, dental and urgent care. Through in house and external laboratories, EKG, blood pressure, and digital radiography, we offer optimal care and diagnostics for our patients. Drs. Stephanie Kaegi, Lindsey Cromes, and Tim Wyszynski are licensed veterinarians who look forward to caring for your beloved furry family members. Call us at 330.296.9747 and Marie or Erin will be happy to help you schedule an appointment. Our Ravenna veterinary office is very easy to get to, and you can find directions on our Contact Us page.
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At Richardson Animal Hospital, we treat your pets like the valued family members they are.
Ravenna Veterinarian | Richardson Animal Hospital | 330.296.9747
1093 West Main Street
Ravenna, OH 44266
Hands down, the best animal hospital I've ever been to. The staff is incredible, especially Dr. Cromes! She goes above and beyond in caring for my pets!
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