Affordable high quality veterinary care is what you will find at the Toledo Humane Society's Family Pet Clinic. Our state-of-the-art equipment and highly skilled medical professionals are here to help keep your beloved pets happy and healthy.
Toledo Humane Society Family Pet Clinic
835 E. Broadway St.
Toledo, Ohio 43605
Please call (419) 725-0801 to make an appointment.
If you have an emergency, please call or go to the nearest animal emergency clinic.
Monday – Friday 9am - 5pm
(Closed for lunch from 12pm - 1:30pm)
Appointments only – no walk-ins accepted.
The vision of the THS Family Pet Clinic is to provide affordable veterinary care that helps keep pets and families together in the East Toledo Community.
To provide compassionate care to as many animals as we can, The Toledo Humane Society’s Family Pet Clinic accepts multiple forms of payment to make veterinary care more affordable. If you need financial assistance, please apply for CareCredit and/or Scratchpay. We also offer payment plans through VetBilling, as long as required conditions are met. Please use the links below for more information.
From wellness exams, spaying and neutering, to vaccinations, microchipping, and more, we offer it all to keep your pet in great health. Our caring staff, combined with our state-of-the-art equipment and quality service, provides your pets with the best care possible.
Services we offer include (but not limited to):
To read more about each service and view pricing, please click on the + next to each category.
Did you know one in three pets are lost at some time in their life, and microchipped animals are more than 20 times more likely to be reunited with their owners?
A microchip provides secure, reliable, and permanent identification, which greatly increases the likelihood that if your pet is lost, will be returned home to you.
Our clinic offers microchips for $25 for both cats and dogs.
Spaying or neutering is one of the most important things you can do for your pet. There are many benefits to having your pet sterilized, such as:
We offer spay/neuter services for cats, dogs, and even rabbits. Please note: A consult with one of our vets is required before any spay/neuter surgery is scheduled.
Price includes pre-anesthetic physical examination, vital sign monitoring, monitored recovery on a warming mat, post-surgery pain medication and instructions. Additional charges may apply for animals with special needs.
Trimming your pet's nails is an important grooming task that helps keep them happy and healthy. When you don’t clip your pet’s nails, they can end up growing too long, which can cause additional health and mobility problems.
Nail trims are $15 for cats, dogs, and rabbits.
End of life decisions are the hardest part of being a pet owner. Our loving staff is here to help you during this difficult time. In addition to treating your animal lovingly and respectively, we’ll assist you in understanding the options, and which is right for you and your beloved pet. We offer humane euthanasia services as well as cremation options.
Dental health is a very important part of your pet’s overall health. Your pet’s teeth and gums should be checked at least once a year by your veterinarian for early signs of problems and to keep your pet’s mouth healthy.
We offer dentistry to meet all of your pet’s needs. To determine your pet’s dental treatment plan, please call to schedule a consultation appointment. Dental cleanings cost vary from $150-$600. Please note that dental cleanings are performed under general anesthesia.
Make sure to schedule your pets for their wellness exam each year. No matter their age or species, wellness exams help our staff detect a problem in its early stages, it's more likely to be treated and resolved with less expense, less difficulty and better success.
Cost for a wellness exam is $30 and Illness exams cost $40. This cost only includes the physical exam.
Typical Adult Dog Annual Wellness Visit:
DA2PP 3yr + L4 1yr $25
Bordetella Intranasal 1yr $20
CIV 1yr $30
Rabies 3yr $25
4DX Heartworm Test $36
Fecal Test $15
Flea/Tick Prevention $6 - $65
Heartworm Prevention $13 - $33
TOTAL $200 - $279
Typical Adult Cat Annual Wellness Visit:
FVRCPC 3yr $25
Leukemia 1yr $25
Rabies 3yr $25
Fecal Test $15
Flea/Heartworm Prevention $6 - $20
TOTAL $126 - $140
Vaccination is an important part of preventive healthcare for your pet and one of the most cost-effective ways of animal’s health, longevity, and quality of life. Vaccination also serves a crucial public health function by forming a barrier against several diseases that can be passed from animals to humans.
6 – 8 weeks - TOTAL $71
9-11 weeks - TOTAL $75
12-15 weeks - TOTAL $124
16 + weeks - TOTAL $73
6-8 weeks - TOTAL $96
9-11 weeks - TOTAL $50
12-15 weeks - TOTAL $101
16+ weeks - TOTAL $75
Keeping your pets protected from parasites is vital for their health and happiness - along with their owners! It is very important to keep up with heartworm and flea/tick preventative all year long, not just during the warm months. Please note that Heartworm and prescription flea and tick preventative are only available for active clients whose pet has had necessary testing. Prices vary based on the size and species of your pet.
If your pet has tested positive for heartworm, we can help. Cost varies.
The staff at the Toledo Humane Society Family Pet Clinic do it all, with amazing skills and even bigger hearts.
Dr. Anna | DVM, Associate Veterinarian
Dr. Kristen | DVM, Associate Veterinarian
Dr. Katie | DVM, Associate Veterinarian
Dr. Katie was born and raised in a small town in Northwest Ohio and, like most veterinarians, had wanted to be a vet since she was a little girl. She started working as a kennel technician at the age of 15, worked her way up to veterinary technician while completing her undergraduate degree at the University of Findlay and eventually completed her classroom work at Ross University, with a clinical year at Auburn University. She has had the privilege to be able to experience many different aspects of veterinary medicine while learning from some of the best along the way. She has been in general practice, high-quality, high-volume spay and neuter (HQHVSN) programs, shelter medicine, and was previously a Lap of Love veterinarian for the greater Atlanta area several years back. Having spread her wings throughout the Southeast during her veterinary career, she has found her way back home and is excited to bring her talent and experience to the Toledo Humane Society.
A'ndrea | Clinic Manager
A'ndrea initially pursued a career in travel management, but eventually realized she much preferred helping companion animals rather than people! As a result, she has been involved in the care of dogs and cat - both hands on and behind the scenes - since 2004. In her spare time, you can find her reading a book with one of her pets by her side.
Miranda | Registered Veterinary Technician
Miranda graduated from a veterinary technician program at YTI Career Institute in York, PA in late 2018 and later became certified. She moved to Ohio right after graduating, to be closer to her now-husband. She began her career working with exotic animals (birds, reptiles, etc.) but joined THS in late 2021 when she realized she missed working with cats and dogs. Miranda and her husband have 5 cats, 5 reptiles, and quite the collection of houseplants.
Katie | Veterinary Assistant
Katie has had a love for animals her entire life. She has had dogs, cats, and rabbits. She has background as a pharmacy technician and working at a doggy daycare. After a short break to be a stay at home mom, she decided to get into a field that combines the two. She is loving the impact she is able to make to help the community and their fur babies.
Nevada | Veterinary Assistant
Nevada has had a passion for working with animals ever since she was a little girl. She went to school for marine biology in 2019-2020 and later decided that wasn’t what she wanted to do. A few years later, she worked at a rescue and during her time there, decided she wanted to go back to school to become a Registered Veterinary Technician. She is now currently enrolled in school to earn her RVT certification. Nevada considers her current cat, Eon, as well has her beloved cat, Bar Bar (that has since passed) to be the loves of her life. In her free time, she loves to do photography and enjoys being in nature.
Andrea H. | Veterinary Assistant
Andrea has worked in rescue for the past 6 years, working with both cats and dogs... but her journey of helping animals began 14 years ago when she began fostering cats and kittens. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her dogs, Lola and Cyrus, and her cat Punkin Pie, as well as working with rescue dogs and sharing her love of animals with her daughter.
Susan | Veterinary Assistant
Susan started out in the veterinary field as a receptionist, then as an assistant off and on through the years. She is married with 2 children, lives on a farm with her dogs, cats, goats, sheep, horses, chickens and ducks. In her spare time, she enjoys gardening, taking pictures and watching her daughter show her horse.
Dianna | Receptionist
Dianna was born and raised on the East Side of Toledo. Moved to GA to pursue a career in the Medical Field. 30 years later moved back to Toledo and changed her career path to work in the Veterinary Field. She has a 13yr old German Shepherd named Mufassa, who is the love of her life.
Waggle, a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization, is dedicated to keeping companion animals and their families together. Waggle has already provided over $1M to the community of 1,000 veterinary hospitals to save 5,000-plus pets, who were at risk of falling victim to economic euthanasia.
Here are but a few of Waggle success stories, all with happy endings: https://www.waggle.org/success-stories
To add your pet to Waggle and get the support you need, add your pet here.