Quality Veterinary Care Since 1953!
We’re the Vet for Your Pet
With over 30 years of practicing veterinary medicine, Dr. Myers has expertise in preventative medicine, dentistry, surgery, and more.
We Provide Compassionate Care
Your pet is our priority, and so are you! Our expert team has experience and knowledge you can depend on with integrity.
We Care for Exotics
Along with caring for cats and dogs, Dr. Myers specializes in a variety of exotic pets such as birds, pocket pets, reptiles, and more.
At Hartman, Your Pet’s in Good Hands
Our full-service veterinary hospital in Toledo is what makes our veterinarian practice beneficial for cats, dogs, and exotics. From cleaning your pet’s teeth to taking x-rays for advanced medical diagnostics, Dr. Myers and our team provide a wide array of services with current equipment for the well being of your pet.
We even have an on-site laboratory to analyze most blood work and tests for quick results. Along with the comprehensive services we offer, we also cater to your pet’s dietary, supplemental, and pharmaceutical needs.
Whether your pet requires a special formulated diet or you’re looking for high quality nutrition, we provide the best foods on the market for your pet. Our veterinary hospital also has the medications your pet needs for comprehensive treatment and disease preventatives.
Our veterinarian animal clinic has your animals covered, making our Toledo veterinary hospital your “one stop shop.”
Vet Care You Can Trust
Meet Dr. Myers | Toledo Veterinarian
Dr. Michael Myers graduated from Ohio State College Of Veterinary Medicine in 1974. He bought Hartman Veterinary Hospital from Dr. Fred Hartman in 1981.
Dr. Myers is a member of the:
- AVMA (American Veterinary Medical Association)
- OVMA (Ohio Veterinary Medical Association)
- TVMA (Toledo Veterinary Medical Association)
- AAV (Association of Avian Veterinarians)
- AARA (American Association of Reptiles and Amphibians)
- AVDS (American Veterinary Dental Society)
- and Laser Surgery Society
His special interests include Avian/Reptile/Small Mammal Medicine, Geriatrics, Dentistry, and Dermatology.
He has also completed Special Courses at the NAVC (North American Veterinary Conference), including: a two-day ear course on ear disease, avian micro surgery, soft tissue surgery, and reconstructive joint surgery of the feline.
Hartman Veterinary Hospital History
In 1953, Pepper escaped from his yard and was hit by the local milk truck while out for deliveries.
Pepper was rushed right away to our hospital and had to stay overnight. Pepper survived his injuries and had this picture taken of him the day he came back home safe.
The little girl in this picture was only ten years old then, but is still a client to this day. Her name is Barb, and she has brought every dog she has owned to our veterinary hospital in Toledo, OH.
We currently see her dogs, Hunter (number nine) and Tootsie (number ten).