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Our Values

Town and Country Veterinary Hospital is an award winning animal hospital out of Warren, Ohio. As one of the leading veterinary offices in the area Town and Country is able to attend to most medical needs and provide the up most care for your pets.

Here at Town and Country Veterinary Hospital we will continually strive to make your pets' visit here as comfortable as possible. We welcome any comments or suggestions that you may have to help us better serve you and your pet.

The goals of the Town and Country Veterinary Hospital are to deliver exceptional patient care,to exceed our client's expectations, and to accomplish the above at reasonable fees.

Our History

The Town and Country Veterinary Hospital was built by Dr. Rufus Sparks and the late Dr. Richard T. Bell in 1976. It began as a Texaco gas station and then became the Howland Recycling Center. The hospital was built around the original gas station. The practice grew from a two veterinarian practice to a five veterinarian, thirty-two employee practice in 2000. Dr. Sparks and Dr. Bell purchased the Western Reserve Veterinary Clinic in 1980, where Dr. Bell practiced. An amicable separation between Dr. Sparks and Dr. Bell occurred in 1986.

The original clinic was 1,200 square feet and contained two examination rooms and a small kennel. An addition in 1987 added two more examination rooms and a enlarged reception area, waiting area, laboratory, and kennel. We also gained a lunchroom and laundry area. The total addition was 2,100 square feet.

Dr. Charles Moxley became a junior partner in 1993 and a full partner in 1998.

We became a Hospital several years ago when we extended our office hours and began offering around the clock hospital care.

Dr. Sparks and Dr. Moxley purchased the Parkman Veterinary Clinic in 1995 and operate it as a satellite practice.

Town and Country continued to grow throughout the 1990s and early 2000s until there was no more room to operate. A larger facility was needed to allow for increased business and better patient care.

In 2004, A new 8,600 square feet facility was constructed. The new building helped to improve customer service by increasing space for more efficiency, a larger staff, and better equipment. With a better hospital we can improve our focus to deliver exceptional care for your pets.

To read more about our current building, read the article in Veterinary Economics.

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