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Kings Veterinary Hospital has been providing quality veterinary service to the Loveland, Landen, Maineville, Symmes Township, Mason, Kings, and Deerfield Township areas since 1995. In 2008, we moved to our new facility on State Route 22 & 3, providing easier access, more exam rooms, newer equipment, and a facility that truly reflects the quality of care that we provide.
If you haven’t met our compassionate staff and knowledgeable doctors yet, you don't know what you are missing. We are proud to provide your cats and dogs with services that include a thorough annual exam, vaccinations, our almost world famous puppy talk, heartworm & flea preventatives, senior pet wellness care, spay and neuter surgery, boarding, dental cleaning, dental radiographs, laser surgery, therapeutic laser treatments, acupuncture, ultrasound, advanced diagnostics, and much more.
Whether your pet is young, senior, sick, well or you have an emergency, Kings Veterinary Hospital is here to help meet your and your pets’ needs. We are open evenings and open Saturdays. We also offer day admissions so that we can see your pet and you can go about your day.
Are you looking for a good personal connection with your vet and still have access to the latest technology? It is possible to have the best of both worlds at Kings Veterinary Hospital. Call us today to join our growing family.
We would like to formally introduce Dr. Kelly Bowling and Dr. James Harvey to our practice.
Many puppies and kittens have joined the families in our area. These new little bundles of love will bring years of joy to your family. We want to help you get off on the right foot with your new puppy or kitten. Our doctors and staff will discuss preventative care, behavior, and general health with you and answer any questions that you have. See our New Patient Center for more information about what to expect. We will also provide printable forms and paperwork to save you time when you get here.
Our website is extremely interactive and has many features that you don't want to miss. Spend some time on our site to learn more about us. It would only be natural to make introductions first - Meet the Veterinarians.
Because pets matter to people!
Dr. Paul LeCompte
Loveland Veterinarian | Kings Veterinary Hospital | 513-697-0400
3335 West State Route 22/3
Loveland, OH 45140
Could not have asked for a better outcome. My dog has had chronic bad breath for years. After taking her to several other vets and getting nowhere after operations, these guys have fixed her right up! Affordable and were quick to get my dog in and taken care of. If there were more than 5 stars they would certainly be getting them!
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