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The Animal Hospital on Mt Lookout Square - 14 Reviews - 3175 Linwood Ave, Cincinnati, OH - Veterinarians Reviews - Phone (513) 549-1959

The Animal Hospital on Mt Lookout Square

3175 Linwood Ave (at Located in Cincinnati, Ohio at the corner of Delta and Linwood Avenue)
Cincinnati, OH 45208
(513) 549-1959
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The Animal Hospital on Mt Lookout Square - Cincinnati, OH
The Animal Hospital on Mt Lookout Square - Cincinnati, OH
The Animal Hospital on Mt Lookout Square - Cincinnati, OH
The Animal Hospital on Mt Lookout Square - Cincinnati, OH
The Animal Hospital on Mt Lookout Square - Cincinnati, OH
The Animal Hospital on Mt Lookout Square - Cincinnati, OH


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I have been taking my dogs to Mt. Lookout Animal Hospital for 14 years. I have worked with Paul, Bev and Carrie. These vets are the real deal. I have had my dogs (3) that have had...


PLEASE TAKE YOUR PET FOR A 2ND OPINION! My 85yr. old Aunt took her 16yr old cat into this hospital when he seemed to be in distress. Her regular vet was unavailable at the time....

They've been great! 5/24/2011

I've been to pretty many vets, none better than here. They are careful with my cats, the care has been excellent, and the communication has been great. more

Great veterinarians that do care! 1/3/2011

This hospital is the best I've been to, they are very patient and thorough with their examinations. I've been to two other hospitals (All Creatures Animal Hospital & Eastgate Animal Hospital) All Creatures rushed and were very rough on our dog, which made her scared to go to any veterinarian afterward. Eastgate was the hospital we took our dog to when she was young, and we did enjoy their services until she developed lumps. First they diagnosed a few lumps as cysts. Later she developed other lumps that we did not know about. We were frightened that they might be cancerous.They examined her and did not know what the lumps were exactly (it was a hard lump on her side) they recommended to perform surgery the next day to do a biopsy to get rid of the lump. I did research on lumps because I was worried about my dogs health and read about needle aspiration. I asked our veterinarian at Eastgate about doing the needle aspiration and she said that they would not find anything and it would be pointless to do one. They did not charge me for the visit(since I was there not long ago and they were kind) and prescribed me antibiotics in case the lumps were just an infection and recommended I do surgery the next day. I wanted a second opinion because I did not want our dog to go through surgery and went to Mt Lookout. At Mt Lookout they took their time to examine my dog. They did a needle aspiration and found puss, then shaved her hair to get a closer look at the lumps. They then did another aspiration and sent it for a biopsy. I felt that they did all they could to examine my dog, which set our mind at ease since we discovered it was not cancer and it was just a sterile abscess. The time and care they provide is second to none and I highly recommend going to this hospital. more

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Best Vets in Greater Cincinnati 8/14/2010

I have ben taking my animals to them since they were with the Lewis Animal Hospital. Dr. Ramos & Dr.Levitas are 2 of the most caring veterinarians around, Dr. Carrie Ellis works with them & she is another of the most caring vets around. They care about every animal they treat-they give you their undivided attention & will fit you in no matter what! Their entire staff is totally awesome as well. The Animal Hospital on Mt. Lookout Square is the only place I will ever take any of my pets!! They have seen some of my past dogs through cancer, diabetes & hip problems. When it was time to put them down, they were very caring of me & my dogs. It made a very hard thing easier to cope with knowing they were there for me & my dogs. You all are an awesome bunch of caring people-thanks for everything you do!! :) more

The Animal Hospital On Mt. Lookout Sq. 7/29/2010

As owner of The Animal Hospital On Mt. Lookout Sq., I find it imperative that I comment on Mary J.'s post below. Firstly, he did not accompany his aunt, the cat's owner, and therefore was not privy to the conversation. Although she was not an established client of our hospital, we told her we would gladly accomodate her however it would be at least 30 minutes before the veterinarians were to arrive for the scheduled morning appointments. We advised if she wanted to be seen sooner, it might behoove her to go to the emergency clinic approximately 10 minutes from our hospital. She elected to stay and wait for the Drs. to arrive. It was determined by the bolodwork run with her approval that her cat had chronic kidney disease along with a significant heart murmur. However, her problem causing the "emergency" was due to her severe periodontal(gum) disease. A detailed estimate for the dental procedure was given to her. An injectable antibiotic that would help control the dental infection until the procedure could be performed was also given to the cat. It would last for 14 days so she would not be burdened with having to medicate her cat on a daily basis. She scheduled the appointment for the dental procedure before she left, but then called later to cancel it. The owner decided to return to her regular vet and for some reason, he repeated the same bloodwork and charged her for diagnostics that were already performed at our hospital. He could have just called our office and we would have faxed the results to him, so there would be no need for her to pay twice for the same bloodwork. In addition, our opinion did not align with his. We requested that we talk to him so we could work together to determine the best treatment plan for her pet. To date, this dialogue has not occured and unfortunately we feel that after the antibotic that we gave runs its course, the initial presenting problem will recur. Read more: Read more: http:// more

The Best Veterinarians in Cincinnati 1/5/2009

The best Veterinarians in Cincinnati, the care Dr. Ramos and Levitas have given our animals is comparable to any treatment I would seek out for my children! I know they were as upset when our pets were ill or passed away as we were! The entire staff are a reflection of the professionalism and compassion of Drs. Levitas and Ramos. You couldn't have anyone better looking after your family members! more

Great place 10/31/2008

I have taken my two dogs to Dr. Ramos and her husband (both vets; the owners) and they are wonderful. Completely trustworthy, kind and thorough. Both dogs give the center a thumbs up! Kathy P. more

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Good Vet in Cincinnati 7/12/2005

I and my extended family have used this vet for year. Dr. Ramos is especially good with the animals and in explaining problems to us. I HIGHLY recommend this vet. more
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