Fayette Veterinary Hospital offers professional care for all of your pets and large animals.
Veterinarians – Washington Court House, OH, & Fayette County
The Fayette Veterinary Hospital has a caring and dedicated team of doctors to help meet the needs of you and your pets.
Dr. Gary Junk
Dr. Gary Junk earned a bachelor’s degree in Animal Science and a doctorate in Veterinary Medicine from The Ohio State University. Upon graduation in 1975, he joined his father’s established practice and expanded the facilities.
He believes in progressive medicine and stresses the importance of preventative health care. By providing a wide variety of services and advancements in both diagnostics and treatment, he continually strives to meet the needs of his clients and patients.
Dr. Daryl Waits, Jr.
Dr. Daryl Waits, Jr. joined the practice in 1998 following his graduation from The Ohio State University. Dr. Waits also received a bachelor’s degree in Animal Science.
Dr. Waits has a strong interest in working with exotic pet animals in addition to the more traditional pets normally seen at the hospital. He desires to help owners understand the health needs and requirements of their pets, so they can establish a lifelong bond.
Brandy – Veterinary Technician
Courtney- Veterinary Technician
Hours and Services
Surgery patients are normally admitted Mon-Fri. from 9-11 a.m.
Grooming appointment drop-offs are from 8-11 a.m. as scheduled.
Boarding animals may be dropped off during normal business hours or by appointment during non-business hours.
If you have questions or need to discuss other options concerning admissions, call the office at (740) 335-6161.
- Equine & Large Animals
- Pet Dental Care
- Dog Dental
- Exotic Animal Care
- Geriatric Pets, Pet Diagnostics
- Animal Anesthesia
- Animal Laser Surgery
- Pet Surgery
- Pet Laser Therapy
- Farm Animal Care
Hillsboro, Wilmington, Washington Court House, Greenfield, Chillicothe, Blanchester, Belfast, Buford, Jeffersonville, Mowrystown, Sabina, Leesburg, Lynchburg, New Vienna, New Holland, Martinsville, Clarksville, Danville, New Washington, Bloomington and Marshall.