Pleasant Animal Hospital is a full-service veterinary medical facility, located in Ashtabula, Ohio. From large farm animals to your small family pets, our experienced and caring veterinarians and staff are equipped to take care of all your veterinary needs. Our highly trained and skilled doctors and veterinary staff are committed to providing compassionate, quality care and we will work with you to understand your pet's unique healthcare needs and develop a preventive care plan that best meets those needs.
Highlights, Specialties & Features
- Large and Small Animal Services
- Whitetaile Deer Services
- Ashtabula, Lake, and Geauga countieis
- Discover, Debit Cards, MasterCard, VISA, CareCredit
|Person||Cheryl Beinhardt, DVM|
|City||Ashtabula , OH|
|Address||2909 W. Prospect Rd|
|Phone Number||(440) 998-1446|
Cheryl Beinhardt, DVM
A Mentor native, Dr. Beinhardt graduated from The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 1995. She took over Pleasant Animal Hospital in 1998. Dr Beinhardt is a dedicated veterinarian who enjoys large animal medicine as well as small and exotic pets. She has been the Ashtabula County Fair Doctor since 1998 and continues in that role today.
Dr. Beinhardt cares for two small children as well as a barnyard full of horses, cows, peacocks, chickens, dogs and cats.
Products & Services
At our full-service animal care facility we provide in-house surgeries, including a full range of diagnostic laboratory services. PAH is comprised of a modern hospital, surgical unit, radiology department and on-site laboratory. We promote preventive care whenever possible to ensure a happy, healthy and long life for your pet. We offer physical examination, vaccinations, heartworm and parasite prevention, geriatric health care programs for older pets, veterinary dentistry, and dietary and nutritional counseling services.
Trailer-in welcome for horses, cows, llamas and alpacas, goats and swine. Farm calls are reserved for established clients.
Wellnes exams and health certificates
Diagnosis of individual animal disease
Vaccination and deworming programs
In-house laboratory support
Castration, dehorning and routine production procedures