It is with a heavy heart that we inform everyone of the passing of Dr. Stricker. This Christmas morning he passed away peacefully in his sleep surrounded by his family. The veterinary community (clients, patients, and colleagues) was the highlight of his life and he was truly grateful to get to know and serve everyone in the community. In lieu of flowers, you can make a donation in his name to:
UC Health Barrett Cancer Center
234 Goodman St
Cincinnati OH 45129
Hospice of Cincinnati
7691 Five Mile Rd
Cincinnati OH 45230
Batavia Township trustees for a dog park that is going to dedicated in his memory
Attn Rex Parsons
1535 Clough Pike
Batavia OH 45103
We appreciate everyone's thoughts and prayers during this difficult time.
2018 BEST OF THE EAST
Tickets are now on sale for Best of the East! If anyone would like to attend we are selling tickets at a discounted price at the clinic. They are $25 per ticket. Just ask the Receptionist when you come in!
Pet Emergency? Call us right away at 513-732-1730!
Clermont Animal Hospital, Inc. has been providing the most advanced veterianry procedures and exceptional customer service for clients throughout Great Cincinnati and Clermont County for 30 years. Clermont Animal Hospital, Inc. is also one of the few in the city with extensive experience treating exotic animals.
Your pet’s health is our top priority, and we work with you and your pet to ensure that he or she is getting the most appropriate care available. We are always happy to show you techniques to help make home care for your pet easier.
Our Pet Educational Handouts can help you better care for your pet or help you make an educated decision when choosing treatment or care options.
If at any time you have questions regarding your pets health or treatment, please feel free to contact our hospital.
Clermont Animal Hospital, Inc. strives to provide full-time after hours emergency services. If you have an emergency or need emergency medical advice outside of our office hours, please call our hospital number at (513) 732-1730. Our answering service will page the doctor on call and provide details on your situation. The doctor will then call you back to discuss your pets condition.If at any time you have questions regarding your pets health or treatment, please feel free to contact our hospital.
At Clermont Animal Hospital, Inc., we treat your pets like the valued family members they are.
David J Stricker D.V.M. & Julia Esposito D.V.M.
Batavia Veterinarian | Clermont Animal Hospital, Inc. | 513-732-1730
1404 Old State Route 74
Batavia, OH 45103
I am so thankful for Dr. Esposito helping to keep my dogs healthy!! When yogi had to have surgery on his paw and I had questions (even over the holidays) after the surgery, she personally called me back directly and ensured I was giving the proper post-op care. I appreciated the follow up and am so glad he is doing better!
Emergency After Hours Call 513-732-1730
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