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2765 S State Route 100 Tiffin, OH 44883
419-455-0470
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 Dr. Bob McClung has been serving the agricultural community of Seneca and the surrounding counties for the past 40 years. Dr. Sabrina Featheringill who grew up in Willard, Ohio joined the practice in June of 2015. She enjoys the challenges of large animal medicine and likes making farm calls.
 Animal Hospital of Tiffin provides a variety of services for a wide variety of animals including cattle, horses, sheep and goats, swine and alpacas.  The hospital has become a leader in production animal medicine by integrating sound safe vaccination programs with cutting edge technology of Immuno therapy along with proper nutritional input and progressive management practices.  The veterinarians enhance large animal services by aggressively pursuing continued education opportunities in integral areas such as immunology, parasitology, reproduction, and nutrition. They regularly attend the Equine Veterinary Convention, the Bovine and Small Ruminant Veterinary Convention, Western States Veterinary Convention, and the National Cattle Tradeshow and are members of the American Equine Veterinary Association, the American Bovine Veterinary Association, as well as the American Association of Veterinarians and National Cattlemen's Association. Dr. McClung has spoken at the Minnesota Cattlemen's Association meeting on the use of immuno therapy and vaccination programs to promote healthy and more efficient cattle thereby reducing the amount of antibiotics in our food system. He has also spoken at the Eastern Regional National Goat Symposium in Delaware, OH.


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Animal Hospital of Tiffin offers herd health programs, breeding soundness exams, parasite control programs, nutritional consults, shipping fever programs as well as specialized services such as cosmetic surgical dehorning,  hernia repairs, C-sections, LDA & RDA surgeries,  ultrasound examinations at your farm, digital x-ray and foot exams, and lameness evaluations to name a few. We are able to offer treatment for CL (Caseous Lymphadenitis) in sheep, goats, and alpacas.

To better serve you we ask that you call in early in the morning for farm visits. We do manage sick calls first. You can call in ahead of time to schedule routine procedures and farm visits. We have at least one doctor on the road every day to provide service to our rural community.

Both doctors enjoy working with the youth of Seneca County during the Seneca County Fair. Animal Hospital of Tiffin firmly believes in supporting the youth who participate in 4-H during the year.

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