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Greg Stecker, DVM, new vet Melissa D. Wolf, DVM and hospital owner Harlan Mclaughlin, DVM, CCRT
Norwalk Animal Hospital has been serving the veterinary needs of pet owners since 1980. It is their goal to provide your pets with the highest quality veterinary care possible. They are a growing and thriving hospital, expanding their staff. Please join them in welcoming their newest veterinarian, Melissa D. Wolf, DVM. She worked for several years as a veterinary assistant and then attended The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine developing a special interest in Ophthalmology and Dentistry.
Dr. Wolf will join the current team of doctors, Harlan McLaughlin, DVM, CCRT and Greg Stecker, DVM. Dr. McLaughlin joined the practice in 1999, became partner in 2009 and sole owner in 2015. He is a Certified Canine Rehabilitation Therapist and started Sound Paws Canine Rehabilitation in 2011, which is located within the practice. Dr. Stecker performs general practice and surgery.
Norwalk Animal Hospital’s team of highly trained staff members is ready to help you and answer any questions you may have. They pride themselves on education, competence and efficiency in the field of animal care and want to share their knowledge with you. In addition to providing excellent veterinary care, their staff are members of the Norwalk Chamber of Commerce, sponsors for Guardian Angels Medical Service Dogs, Inc., supporters of local rescue organizations, food drive participants and attend local community events. All the doctors and staff attend educational seminars throughout the year to serve clients with the latest in quality care.
Norwalk Animal Hospital has been accredited by the American Animal Hospital Association (“AAHA”) since 1983. Only 12% of animal hospitals throughout the United States and Canada are AAHA accredited. They are a full-service animal hospital, seeing dogs, cats, and small mammals and reptiles and would like to partner with you for the entire life of your pet. Their services include wellness and preventative care, surgery, anesthesia, canine rehabilitation, dental care, radiology, ultrasounds, pharmacy and a full in house lab. They also offer individualized boarding and grooming. By late summer, they will be extending their hours until 8 pm three nights per week so that they can be more accessible to their clients and the community.
They provide their clients with a widerange of professional, compassionate veterinary services, access to leading-edge products, experience and advice so you can make informed decisions about the type of care that your pets will receive. They value preventative veterinary care for all their patients. They hope you feel the love and compassion they have for your pet during your next visit!