High Quality Medicine

Poland Veterinary Centre is a full-service small animal hospital in Poland, Ohio.  Poland is a historic village in Northeast Ohio and was one of the first towns established in the state. Poland Veterinary Centre was originally opened in 1992 on Main Street in Poland. In 2003, our new facility was opened on Clingan Road in order to expand our services. We provide a full range of services for small animals, including preventive medicine, surgery, radiology, dentistry, geriatric medicine and cancer treatment.  We have extensive laboratory equipment to provide rapid diagnostic information.  We can do a complete blood count in slightly over two minutes and can evaluate kidney function and screen for diabetes and many other diseases in less than 30 minutes.  We emphasize preventive medicine and early diagnostic screening because the earlier a problem is recognized, the more likely it is that we can treat it effectively and keep the patient healthy.


Mission Statement

We recognize the special relationship between people and their pets.
Our job is to work as a team to provide the best possible care to our patients.
We will educate our clients about caring for their pets and what veterinary medicine can do for them.
We build relationships with our clients, and we show them how much we care through our interactions with their pets and their families.
We are committed to being the best at what we do, and we strive to exceed our clients' expectations every day.


Proud Members of VIN!

The Veterinary Information Network is an online service for veterinarians and people from the veterinary medical industry. VIN was established in 1991 by Dr. Paul Pion and Dr. Duncan Ferguson. It began simply, as a set of message boards for veterinarians from around the country to discuss cases and issues that they faced in practice.

The service soon grew in popularity, and the current version looks very different from those original chat boards. There are now over 35,000 veterinarians from around the world who subscribe to VIN, and can access a database of information that may arguably be the single largest and most complete veterinary database in the world.

Due to the increasing popularity of online communications and high-speed internet access, it is now possible for us to consult with colleagues from around the world about our patients. We can even digitize photos of patients, skin lesions, or  x-rays, and get feedback from experts in a variety of fields, sometimes within hours.

We are very proud to have access to this resource, and to be able to offer this level of technology and patient care to the pets in our practice. We think of it as having the largest group practice in the world!