The Carrollton Animal Hospital has been a staple of Carrollton, Ohio since Dr. Keith Burgett restarted the practice in 1971 after purchasing it from the widow of the late Dr. Don Kelch. The current facility was initially built in 1974. Then in 1994 the building was expanded and remodeled to what it is today (Free Press Standard, Jan. 4, 2018). In December of 2017, Dr. Burgett retired and sold the practice to Dr. Nicole Kelleher who is continuing Dr. Burgett’s legacy of providing high quality, hometown medicine. From the moment you walk through our door you will feel that friendly, personalized care that can only come with a small town. In the back, the facility is fully equipped with in-house blood machines, full digital radiography, dental radiography, new dental unit, anesthetic monitoring equipment, and surgical laser. At Carrollton Animal Hospital we strive to bring up-to-date medicine to you in an approachable, comfortable atmosphere.
Happy pet owners and happy pets is our mission. We strive to maximize your pet’s quality of life and longevity with both preventive and responsive care.
Our cat has just gotten very sick and is in liver failure. Carrollton Animal Hospital has been amazing! They have called and updated me every step of the way. He’s not out of the woods, but it so helps that such caring people are helping him, and us, through everything.
We have been taking our Peanut (Chihuahua) since his first weeks with us (he is 13 now) and I don't & will not Trust anyone else with his care!! He recently had an abscessed tooth that required surgery and they took excellent care of him!!
Been thru a lot with this place. 3 vets from Cleveland failed to diagnose my Shepherd with EPI. CAH thought it was EPI but told me it's a very costly test and takes a while. She had lost 20 lbs and was starving to death. They convinced me to take the test and saved her life as far I am concerned.
Our people – the team of caring veterinary professionals working day in and out day to keep your pets healthy and active.
Dr. Nicole Kelleher graduated from The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 2014. After graduation she began practicing in Greensburg, Indiana at a mixed animal practice. Wanting to come back to Ohio, Dr. Kelleher then joined an equine-only practice based out of Chagrin Falls, OH. In summer 2016 Dr. Kelleher entered the small animal world working at a small animal practice in Cleveland, OH. while she continued her education to include Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine receiving her Certification in Veterinary Acupuncture from the Chi Institute in spring 2017. In December 2017 she and her husband, Patrick Kelleher, purchased the Carrollton Animal Hospital from Dr. Keith Burgett.
Dr. Charles (Chuck) Cline graduated from The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 1981. Upon graduating, he began his career practicing at the Carrollton Animal Hospital with Dr. Keith Burgett from 1981 to 1987 as a mixed practice veterinarian. From there his life moved him to North Carolina where he worked in a small animal clinic for two years. He moved back to Ohio in 1989 where he successfully owned and operated his own veterinary practice until 2012. Dr. Cline returned to the Carrollton Animal Hospital to work alongside Dr. Burgett as a part-time small animal practitioner in 2014. Today he continues to practice at the Carrollton Animal Hospital working with Dr. Nicole Kelleher.
Bronwyn graduated from the University of Cincinnati in 1997 with an associate degree of applied science. She joined the team at the Carrollton Animal Hospital as a Registered Veterinary Technician in June of 2000. In addition to her husband and two children Bronwyn shares her life with a menagerie of animals. She has three sphynx cats, three dogs, two sugar gliders, numerous chickens, two horses, and a miniature donkey. Bronwyn enjoys spending time with her family and critters.
Kaitlynn is one of our Veterinary Technicians. Kaitlynn joined our team in October of 2018. She received her Associates of Veterinary Technology degree from Kent State University at Tuscarawas in May of 2014 and obtained her veterinary technician license in August of 2014. She is also currently working towards her bachelor’s degree. Her hobbies include playing Xbox or PlayStation with friends, doing crafts and spending time with her family. She has 2 dogs, a Pit Bull named Sasha and a Doberman Pincher named Thea. Kaitlynn also has a rabbit named Thumper.