Peach Grove Animal Hospital
5636 Springdale Rd. | Cincinnati, OH 45251Call 513-401-8135
|Monday||8:30am - 6:00pm|
|Tuesday||8:30am - 6:00pm|
|Wednesday||8:30am - 7:00pm|
|Thursday||8:30am - 7:00pm|
|Friday||8:30am - 6:00pm|
|Saturday||8:00am - 12:00pm|
- Wellness Program
- Canine Reproduction
- Senior Program
- Behavior Counseling
- Animal Flea Control
- Animal Microchipping
- Small Animal Vet
- Veterinary Dentistry
- Veterinary Euthanasia
- Veterinary Medical Specialties
- Veterinary Surgery
- Veterinary Vaccinations
- New Pet Initial Visit
- Physical Exam
Compassionate Care for Your Dog and Cat Family Members
Your pet's health and well-being is important to you and to us. We partner with you to provide the best possible care for all your pets and your individual situation.
Our compassionate, experienced doctors and staff look forward to seeing you and caring for your pets!
We are a full service, small animal, veterinary facility including a surgical suite, gas anesthesia, surgical cardiac monitoring, endoscopy, electrocardiology, radiology, intensive care and isolation facilities.
Dr. McArthur grew up on the west side of Cincinnati where she attended Oak Hills High School. Since the age of 10, she had her heart set on becoming a veterinarian and caring for animals. After graduation, she briefly became a Hoosier - electing to go to Butler University in Indianapolis for her undergraduate studies. While there, she took advantage of the opportunity to study abroad and spent a year in Lausanne, Switzerland improving her French speaking skills. It was in Indiana where she also fell in love with elephants - volunteering at the Indianapolis Zoo and doing behavior observation sessions for the psychology department at Butler. To this day, she continues to collect elephant figurines and has over 800 in her home and at work.
In 1993, she enrolled in Purdue University's School of Veterinary Medicine in Lafayette, Indiana. She chose a mixed animal track to become well versed in both large and small animals. She also became fascinated with reproduction - especially after assisting one of her classmates with his English Bulldog's pregnancy.
After graduating from Purdue in 1997, she returned to Cincinnati to practice locally for awhile, dabbling in mixed animal practice in Indiana, before becoming a full time veterinarian at Peach Grove. She has worked here since November, 1998 and is currently the proud owner of the clinic. She hopes to continue the excellent tradition of quality, compassionate care for all of her clients' pets and has her very hard working staff to commend on making the practice a joy to come to work to each day. She is currently a member of the Cincinnati Veterinary Medical Association (of which she is past president), the Ohio Veterinary Medical Association (where she served on the Disaster Preparedness Committee), and the American Veterinary Medical Association. She is also a member of the Society for Theriogenologists (those veterinarians who have a special interest in animal reproduction).
When she's not hanging out at the hospital, she enjoys traveling both across the United States and abroad. She is an avid reader of mysteries and fiction. She also sings in a local Sweet Adelines group known as the Cincinnati Sound Chorus - a women's 4 part harmony barbershop style choir with women of all ages. She has a house full of elephants that she shares with her five cats.
Dr. Julie Wolfe grew up in Burlington, Kentucky with her twin sister and older brother. Since she was a little girl she wanted to be a veterinarian, adopting many pets throughout the years including dogs, cats, gerbils, fish, ducks, chickens and horses.
Spending a summer taking horse riding lessons and cleaning stalls at a local horse barn, Julie fell in love with horses and continued to make them a daily part of her activity. One of the best moments of her life was delivering her first foal out of her mare in her barn. Something about watching a newborn foal stand, nurse and nicker ignited her compassion for horses and all animals, and a passion she used to become a veterinarian.
Dr. Wolfe attended Georgetown College where she received a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology. During her tenure at Georgetown College she worked as a surgery tech at Rood and Riddle Equine Hospital in Lexington, KY and shadowed at multiple small animal clinics. Dr. Wolfe attended Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine where she received her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine in 2008.
After graduating she returned to Rood and Riddle Equine Hospital and completed both a hospital internship and ambulatory internship, before returning home to Burlington, KY to start her work as a veterinarian. Having spent more than three years working with animals in the Burlington area, Julie is excited to join Peach Grove Animal Hospital! She is happy to join a team that is compassionate towards animals and clientele, and provides a high level of care.
When not working you will find Dr. Wolfe spending time with her own pets, taking in a Reds or Bengals game, or spending time boating on the Ohio River. She's currently learning the joys of maintaining her own barn and land.
We are pleased to have Dr. Mary C. Kelley back at Peach Grove Animal Hospital as a relief veterinarian to help out during our busy times. She retired on January 1, 2012 after selling her share to Dr. McArthur, her business partner at that time. Dr. Kelley has more than 40 years of veterinary experience and is enjoying seeing pets and their owners a few hours a week.
Dr. Kelley graduated from Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 1973. She has many professional and volunteer affiliations, including Cincinnati Veterinary Medical Association (Past President, Program Director, Board of Directors), Ohio Veterinary Medical Association (Program Committees, Companion Animal Medicine Committee, Practice Act Committee), Ohio Veterinary Medical Board of Examiners (Past President), American Veterinary Medical Association member, Greater Cincinnati Council for Pets Helping People (Founder), Leo Bustad Companion Animal Veterinarian of the Year Award Winner for outstanding work of veterinarians in preserving and protecting human-animal relationships.
Dr. Kelley writes: �One of the greatest things about being a veterinarian is seeing the best side of people. People who care about their pets are a special group, unafraid to show concern and compassion. Love for your four legged friends brings out the best in you.�
Dr. Kelley is enjoys reading, music, camping, bats, wolves, Native American art and artifacts, and yard sales. She is married with three children and a grandchild.