Columbus VetCare

MedVet, Hilliard

(614) 870-0480 

5230 Renner Rd.
Columbus, OH 43228

Ohio State Veterinary Medical Center

​(614) 292-3551
601 Vernon L. Tharp Street
Columbus, OH 43210 

Columbus VetCare offers emergency in-home euthanasia 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Additional fees may be assessed after normal business hours. To view more information on our euthanasia services, click here!

Ohio State Veterinary Medical Center, Dublin

​​(614) 889-8070
5020 Bradenton Avenue
Dublin, OH 43017

MedVet, Columbus

(614) 846-5800

300 E. Wilson Bridge Rd.
Worthington, OH 43085 

Did your dog or cat just eat something poisonous? Call us at (614) 312-6683 or Pet Poison Helpline at 800-213-6680 for help immediately! The sooner a dog poisoning or cat poisoning is diagnosed, the easier, less expensive, and safer it is for your pet to get treated!

What to do if your dog or cat is poisoned:
Remove your pet from the area.
Check to make sure your pet is safe: breathing and acting normally.
Do NOT give any home antidotes.
Do NOT induce vomiting without consulting a vet or Pet Poison Helpline.
Call Pet Poison Helpline at 800-213-6680.
If veterinary attention is necessary, contact your veterinarian or emergency veterinary clinic immediately.

Detailed Instructions:
Immediately remove your pet from the area, and make sure no other pets (or kids!) are exposed to this area. Safely remove any remaining poisonous material from their reach.
Check to make sure your pet is breathing normally and acting fine otherwise.
Collect a sample of the material, along with the packaging, vial, or container, and save it – you will need all that information when you talk to your veterinarian or to a Pet Poison Helpline expert.
Do NOT give your dog any milk, food, salt, oil, or any other home remedies! Also, never inducing vomiting without talking to your veterinarian or Pet Poison Helpline – it may actually be detrimental or contraindicated to induce vomiting!
Don’t give hydrogen peroxide to your pet without checking with a vet or with Pet Poison Helpline first. For you cat lovers, hydrogen peroxide doesn’t work well to induce vomiting (it just causes massive foaming and salivating instead!), and stronger veterinary prescription medications are necessary to get your cat to vomit up the poison Kitty ingested!
Get help. Program your veterinarian phone number, along with an ER vet and Pet Poison Helpline’s phone number (800-213-6680) in your cell phone so you will always have immediate access to help.

Keep in mind that the prognosis is always better when a toxicity is reported immediately, so don’t wait to see if your pet becomes symptomatic before calling for help. It’s always less expensive, and safer for your pet for you to call immediately. Remember that there’s a narrow window of time when we can decontaminate (induce vomiting or pump the stomach) in the case of a poisoning!


(614) 312-6683

Fax: (614) 308-8381