Welcome to Healthy Pets of Wedgewood!

Healthy Pets of Wedgewood is a fully-equipped animal hospital providing the highest quality medical care for your pets as well as boarding and grooming services. Our professional groomer offers breed standard grooms, as well as grooming to fit the individual needs of the pet and owner. Our boarding facility includes 52 full size dog kennels and specialty suites to accommodate your pets while you are out of town. We also have a quiet, separate cattery that accommodates 20 cats.

Wedgewood offers specialty services such as orthopedic surgery and physical rehabilitation. Dr. Chip Taylor has a special interest in surgery, particularly orthopedics and lameness, and will explain the various repair options appropriate for your pet. Central Ohio K9 Rehabilitation, located in Healthy Pets of Wedgewood, offers hydrotherapy, low level laser treatment, pain management, fitness conditioning and nutritional guidance to help your pets get the most out of life.

Our Veterinarians

Dr. Hal (Chip) Taylor III, Medical Director

Dr. Chip Taylor began his career in veterinary medicine watching his grandfather and father taking care of other people’s animals. Seeing many changes since those early days as a child, he chose the field of veterinary medicine. This choice was in large part due to all the medical advances and challenges it holds. His choice of veterinary medicine has allowed him to explore many different areas, including medicine and surgery using the latest advances in technology to deliver the best medicine possible. He is one of a handful of surgeons in central Ohio who are certified to provide the TTA knee repair surgery. While he enjoys all areas of veterinary medicine, the most rewarding cases for him have been in the treatment of cancer patients.

Dr. Elizabeth Mahle

Dr. Mahle grew up in Beavercreek, Ohio, and as a 4th generation Buckeye received her B.S. in Biology in 2000 and her B.S. in Animal Sciences in 2001 from The Ohio State University. She went on to receive her DVM from The Ohio State University in 2006. Dr. Mahle lives with her husband, Tony, and their daughter and 2 sons. She also shares her home with 5 black cats and an African Grey Parrot.