Waynesville Veterinary Hospital is proud to serve the Waynesville and Springboro communities for everything pet related since 1981.
Waynesville Veterinary Hospital is a locally owned, high quality pet care and health hospital established in 1981. Dr. Joeseph D'Amico originally operated the practice as the sole veterinarian for ten years focusing on equine and small animals. In the spring of 1990, Dr. Da'Amico welcomed Dr. Dave Studzinski to the growing practice. In 1997, the practice moved to it's current location in Clearcreek Township. Our doctors ceased operations of the equine portion of the practice in the summer of 1998 to concentrate our full efforts on a companion animal practice.
In 2011, Dr. Ruth Miller joined our team with a special interest in soft tissue and orthopedic surgery. She brings 25 years of practice experience to our clinic. July of 2015 welcomed in Dr. AJ Iwasko, who began shadowing at WVH during undergrad at Wright State. He went on to vet school at Ohio State and after practicing in North Carolina for a few years, came back to practice with us. His focus is in internal medicine, surgery and dentistry.
Our complement of fine doctors and our caring, compassionate staff offer our clients the best and most qualified pet health care available. Our team is committed to educating our clients in how to keep your pets healthy year round, with good nutrition and exercise. Waynesville Veterinary Hospital stays on top of the latest advances in veterinarian technology and above all, remembers that all animals and pets need to be treated with loving care in every check-up, procedure, or surgery.
It is our philosophy at the Waynesville Veterinary Hospital to provide our patients with the highest quality of health care available to us by providing progressive medicine in all stages of their lives. We will perform our procedures in a compassionate and professional manner with special attention to individualized patient care. Our clients will receive prompt and considerate service, and client communications remain the cornerstone of our clinical approach.