Rosehill Veterinary Hospital

★★★★★

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Mon-Thu 7:30am-8pm, Fri 7:30am-6pm, Sat 8am-12am

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Words seem meaningless when it come to describing Dr. Place's ability to diagnosis and his gentleness in sharing information which at times is difficult to accept. When I first moved to Columbus, we were told to go to OSU Vet Hospital. Well we did that for about 5 years but the staff rotated and we got a life changing misdiagnosis.
I had a friend who swore by Dr. Place so I called. When I met him he sat down and just took time to get to know our family as well as our pets. His ability to diagnosis is unbelievable even prior to further testing. He is a farmer and he is like the neighbor next door. He is direct yet sensitive. We had a 12 year old female lab that was failing quickly and I had been in on December 30 and it was time to help Magge stop her struggle. I had to go home and discuss with my family. We decided that we would get through the weekend and do it right after the new year. I called Dr. Place and he said I will be out of town but if you come right now the staff and I will stay late. We went right away and the staff and Dr. Place were phenonomal. He told us that we loved her enough to stop her misery. It was a difficult yet peaceful experience. He now cares for our other two labs and they wag their tails when they see him. He can NEVER RETIRE because he gets what it is really about - I never feel he is out to make $ - no excessive testing, etc. He is a gifted vet and a gift from God for our family. Thanks Dr. Place!!! Beckie

5
★★★★★

Words seem meaningless when it come to describing Dr. Place's ability to diagnosis and his gentleness in sharing information which at times is difficult to accept. When I first moved to Columbus, we were told to go to OSU Vet Hospital. Well we did that for about 5 years but the staff rotated and we got a life changing misdiagnosis.
I had a friend who swore by Dr. Place so I called. When I met him he sat down and just took time to get to know our family as well as our pets. His ability to diagnosis is unbelievable even prior to further testing. He is a farmer and he is like the neighbor next door. He is direct yet sensitive. We had a 12 year old female lab that was failing quickly and I had been in on December 30 and it was time to help Magge stop her struggle. I had to go home and discuss with my family. We decided that we would get through the weekend and do it right after the new year. I called Dr. Place and he said I will be out of town but if you come right now the staff and I will stay late. We went right away and the staff and Dr. Place were phenonomal. He told us that we loved her enough to stop her misery. It was a difficult yet peaceful experience. He now cares for our other two labs and they wag their tails when they see him. He can NEVER RETIRE because he gets what it is really about - I never feel he is out to make $ - no excessive testing, etc. He is a gifted vet and a gift from God for our family. Thanks Dr. Place!!! Beckie

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Years ago, when I worked in Reynoldsburg, I needed a veterinarian. I had passed Rosehill Veterinary Hospital on several occasions. It was close and I thought I would take a chance.My dog, a Norwegian Elkhound, was seven years old when I first took her in for a regular check up and shots. The office was older, nothing fancy, straight forward, I observed.Mark Place, an affable man in a white lab coat came in and introduced himself. Not a pretentious bone in his body, in fact a rather simple, straight forward farm-type guy, I thought at the time. I always thought his charges were reasonable and affordable, plus he always provided me with alternative options.

I took my beloved "Niki" to him for 10 more years, even after having moved to Worthington. I knew him, he knew my dog and he knew me. I never had an encounter where he was not "spot on" with a diagnosis. At every point in life comes that inevitable time when we must part ways with our loved ones; either by the natural order of life, or through the kind intervention to help our companions avoid extended pain and suffering. And so it was with our Niki. Mark and his staff could not have been kinder or gentler as I held Niki while the last breath of life left her body. I admit it, I sobbed. Mark was at my side with an understanding hand on my shoulder and a kindness so gentle and so sincere.

Eventually, we got another puppy, and of course, like Niki, we brought her to Mark. In a cruel twist of fate, at six months of age, something internal was already amiss. She had a congenital kidney disease that was slowly poisoning her to death. In short, Mark assessed it and again was right on target with his diagnosis. I have never felt in such competent hands. (He is deceivingly modest, yet a brilliant product of OSU's College of Veterinary Medicine). He didn't mince words. The prognosis was beyond grim. During the process of treating her, Mark was honest and frank as to the outcome, but he provided as much treatment and care, not only for this puppy, but for two wounded souls. We will never forget the ample ability and skills of Dr. Place, nor the soothing, personal connection he extended to us. Trust me, it would be a privilege to have Dr. Place become the veterinarian who treats your companion animals.

- John D.

5
★★★★★

Years ago, when I worked in Reynoldsburg, I needed a veterinarian. I had passed Rosehill Veterinary Hospital on several occasions. It was close and I thought I would take a chance.My dog, a Norwegian Elkhound, was seven years old when I first took her in for a regular check up and shots. The office was older, nothing fancy, straight forward, I observed.Mark Place, an affable man in a white lab coat came in and introduced himself. Not a pretentious bone in his body, in fact a rather simple, straight forward farm-type guy, I thought at the time. I always thought his charges were reasonable and affordable, plus he always provided me with alternative options.

I took my beloved "Niki" to him for 10 more years, even after having moved to Worthington. I knew him, he knew my dog and he knew me. I never had an encounter where he was not "spot on" with a diagnosis. At every point in life comes that inevitable time when we must part ways with our loved ones; either by the natural order of life, or through the kind intervention to help our companions avoid extended pain and suffering. And so it was with our Niki. Mark and his staff could not have been kinder or gentler as I held Niki while the last breath of life left her body. I admit it, I sobbed. Mark was at my side with an understanding hand on my shoulder and a kindness so gentle and so sincere.

Eventually, we got another puppy, and of course, like Niki, we brought her to Mark. In a cruel twist of fate, at six months of age, something internal was already amiss. She had a congenital kidney disease that was slowly poisoning her to death. In short, Mark assessed it and again was right on target with his diagnosis. I have never felt in such competent hands. (He is deceivingly modest, yet a brilliant product of OSU's College of Veterinary Medicine). He didn't mince words. The prognosis was beyond grim. During the process of treating her, Mark was honest and frank as to the outcome, but he provided as much treatment and care, not only for this puppy, but for two wounded souls. We will never forget the ample ability and skills of Dr. Place, nor the soothing, personal connection he extended to us. Trust me, it would be a privilege to have Dr. Place become the veterinarian who treats your companion animals.

- John D.

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