Your full-service, friendly veterinary office!

Westfield Veterinary Care is a full-service animal hospital helping you provide the best care throughout the life of your pet including wellness appointments, support during medical issues and surgical and dental care.  Although originally evolved from a house-call practice named Home Veterinary Care, we have grown over the years and have strived to maintain our atmosphere as well as our friends from the early days. In addition to Dr Richard Kohlmann, our founder, our practice now includes Dr Alicia Bundy, who joined us in 2007, and on our lucky Fridays we have Dr Jennifer Finnegan as well.inquisitive Newfoundland pup, Barbie Lee

Our goal is to provide our clients and patients with a comfortable and relaxed atmosphere. Our office includes a large front room with selected pet supplies and prescription food. Our dog exam rooms are spacious enough for the largest of dogs and family. Our cat exam room is comfy and cozy which helps keep kitties feeling at ease.

Many of our clients have been with us since we helped found the Hamilton County Humane Society. Having the opportunity to work with such great friends makes us feel good about our efforts - thank you!

If you are new to our practice, we hope that our enthusiasm comes across and that we have the opportunity to help you care for your companion animals for many years.

Waffles - beautiful clinic kittyPlease download and complete our New Client Form to facilitate your first visit.

Thank you!


Zoe and Bella, best canine friends Clyde, a tuxedo kitty, enjoying the outdoors golden retriever and beautiful fall leaves
yellow tiger cat lounging outside beautiful boxer pup Putty, one of our clinic cats

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