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Noah's Ark Veterinary Hospital is a state of the art, fully equipped veterinary facility conveniently located in Muirfield Square at the corner of Memorial Drive and Muirfield Drive in Dublin. Our friendly and knowledgeable staff is happy to provide comprehensive wellness care and the medical help your pet needs when they need it.
At Noah's Ark Veterinary Hospital we strive to offer outstanding service as well as the most complete and current medical practices to our patients. Our ultimate goal is to help clients and their pets have a lifetime of wellness and companionship and in their time of need we hope to be a source of comfort and healing.
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At Noah's Ark Veterinary Hospital, we treat your pets like the valued family members they are.
Noah's Ark Veterinary Hospital
6001 Memorial Dr.
Dublin, OH 43017
The staff is amazing and my animals, both dog and cat, are always taken care of in the most wonderful way! The staff is very informative, friendly, and helpful. It is evident that this is a facility staffed with animal lovers! I am more than satisfied with Noah's Ark and their client-centered care. Highly recommended!!
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