Woodridge Veterinary Hospital Relocates to New, Larger Location, Expanding Fairfield, Ohio Services

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Dr. Roberto Legorreta and staff at the Woodridge Veterinary Hospital are pleased to announce their move to a new facility with larger rooms and additional services. Dr. Legorreta has been treating pets in the Fairfield-Cincinnati area since 1976 and this move will allow them to offer hydro-therapy for their patients in the near future.

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Dr. Legorreta and assistant makes all the animals feel comfortable and at ease.

"...the new built-in wave pool will let us provide endurance swimming and hydro-therapy for our patients in need of some extra care," said Dr. Legorreta.

When the Woodridge Veterinary Hospital made their move to their new location this month, the staff and doctors were pleased to be able to expand their services, and their space.
“We were ready for a move,” said Dr. Roberto Legorreta. “After being in the same location for nearly 30 years, this new location gives us greater visibility and the ability to expand our practice.”
The new location, 3787 Woodridge Boulevard, is located in the same plaza as AmeriaStop and just east of the Cincinnati Gymnastics Center. "The rooms are larger and the new space let us provide not only the services we had of laser surgery, ultrasonography, endoscopy, reproduction, acupuncture and cold laser therapy, but the new built-in wave pool will let us provide endurance swimming and hydro-therapy for our patients in need of some extra care," said Dr. Legorreta. The hydro-therapy is new to the center and the staff will be taking specific training on the different techniques over the next few months, providing another level of care to their practice. The staff and clients are thrilled with the new space. The facility is about a half a mile from the previous location on Rt. 4 in Fairfield.
Dr. Legorreta has done extensive training in the areas of oncology, orthopedic, alternative treatments, and radiology, as well as cardiovascular, neuromuscular and orthopedic surgeries. His alternative treatments include acupuncture, cold laser therapy, as well as other natural therapy techniques. He also takes a special interest in reproductive and cardiovascular issues of animals and works closely with drug-manufacturers in the development and marketing of veterinary drugs. He treats all types of small animals, specializing in dogs and cats, but it would not be unusual to see a ferret, bird or rabbit in the waiting room.
Debbie Ewen, a long-time client of Dr. Legorreta, has found his services to be exceptional. “We have known the doctor about 25 years, through three litters of pups, many dogs and he is very knowledgeable. When any of my dogs have troubles, this is the only place we take them. I’ve always been impressed with him and his staff,” said Debbie.
One of the exceptional things that Woodridge Veterinary Hospital does is to allow each client to set up a Pet Portal which allows each pet owner to access their pet’s medical information and add information about their pets to the web site. Patients can check out an extensive library of information, add photos of their pets, check on vaccination records, and much more. And it is completely confidential. It is just one of the many ways Dr. Legorreta stays in touch with his patients.
The hours at Woodridge Veterinary Hospital are also exceptional. They are open on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.; on Wednesday from 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. and on Saturday from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. They also work in conjunction with an emergency care clinic for 24-hour emergency service that can be accessed by visiting their web site.
For more information about Dr. Roberto Legorreta and the Woodridge Veterinary Hospital, call:

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