Welcome to Pet Medical Center of Westerville

Since 1999, Dr. John Nowery has owned Pet Medical Center of Westerville to provide the best veterinary care for your pets while exceeding your expectations of service. As many of our clients will tell you, we take care of your pets as if they were our own. Our veterinarian in Westerville provides comprehensive veterinary services. For preventative care, we offer vaccinations and pet dental care to keep your pets healthy for years to come.

Spaying & Neutering

Comprehensive pet care begins when you first add a new animal to your family. Our Westerville veterinarian will start with a wellness checkup for your puppy, kitten, or other small animals. After your pet is around six months old we can perform the spaying or neutering surgery if requested. Spaying and neutering can also be performed on adult pets. Unless you intend to breed your pet, spaying, and neutering is important for your pet’s overall health and to help control the pet population.

Vaccination Schedule

There are specific vaccinations needed for younger animals and then follow-ups throughout their growth. If you have adopted an adult pet, an initial exam is an important step to learning about any health issues, as well as ensuring that your new pet's vaccinations and health records are up to date. In addition, pets need regular treatments for flea and tick prevention.

Pet Microchipping

We also recommend that you microchip your new pet to identify it if your pet ever goes missing. Microchipping is a simple procedure performed in our office in just a few minutes. Keep in mind that a microchip is not a GPS tracker, so it is important to register your chip so that you can be identified when your pet’s chip is scanned.

Going the Extra Mile

If your pet has special medical conditions, we can diagnose, monitor, and treat those as well. Pet allergies, when treated, can improve the life and comfort of your pet. Finding the right diet and exercise plan for your pet can also ensure their happiness. For your senior pets, monitoring their special health conditions will improve both the length and quality of their lives.

Quality Veterinary Care in Westerville, OH

Our veterinarian in Westerville provides a wide array of veterinary services to keep your pets healthy. If you are a new pet owner or new to the Westerville area, contact our team at Pet Medical Center of Westerville today at (614) 882-7700 to schedule an appointment with Dr. Nowery.


At the Pet Medical Center of Westerville, our veterinarians are focused on providing outstanding veterinary care while exceeding your expectations of service. 

Our compassion and dedication to our patients extends to their owners and family members as well, and it is this commitment to excellence that separates us from other veterinary hospitals. 

We’re also very proud of our “family” of staff, and teamwork is important to us. As part of our commitment to provide excellent service, we hold regular team training meetings. 

We’re looking forward to meeting you and your pets. You’re always welcome to come by to meet our friendly, knowledgeable team, and please contact us if you have any questions about your best friend’s well-being.

Dr. John Nowery
Westerville Veterinarian
 Servicing Polaris, New Albany, Lewis Center, & Galena | Pet Medical Center of Westerville |
(614) 882-7700

153 S. Sunbury Road
Westerville, OH 43081


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Read What Our Clients Say

    They take very good care of both of my dogs. They are especially caring when your pet is ill or hurt.

    Debbie C.

    Great office staff. Friendly environment. Dr. Nowrey is a wonderful and caring vet. Everything is very systemized for convenience to remind you of your appts and any meds that might be due.

    Eileen M.

    Great team. Always spend lots of time with our fir babies

    Teresa R.

    I have nothing but amazing things to say about the staff and Dr. Nowery! My precious baby is now 14 years old and dealing with multiple health issues. They are able to get me in on short notice and they are so kind and caring! Nothing but great things to say.....

    Julie W.

    We had our first visit this week. The staff was very friendly and helpful. They listened to me and made excellent recommendations based on our conversation. The Dr was awesome - she took the time to explain everything to me and demonstrated how to care for our dog.

    Joe B.

    The staff & Dr Nowrey are always courteous and caring. Our cats have always received excellent care.

    Robert H.

    The women at this location are the best. I am a first time pet owner and I do feel so comfortable. I know my pet is in safe hands. Thank you so much ladies. You all are Pawsome.

    Dave R.

    Dr. Nowery & staff really care about your pets. They have always given me good advice and helped my Chihuahuas when they were sick. Feel very fortunate to have found them!!

    Darla L.