Celina Animal Hospital

7100 Havemann Road - Celina, OH - 419-586-3109

Celina Pet Center

7121 Havemann Road - Celina, OH - 419-586-8688

Celina Road Animal Clinic

2015 Celina Road - St. Marys, Oh - 419-394-6233

  • Celina Animal Hospital

  • Celina Pet Center

  • Celina Road Animal Clinic

Welcome to Celina Animal Hospital

  The Celina Animal Hospital was started by Dr. Purcell Boise in 1952. While waiting for the business/home to be completed, Dr. Boise ran the clinic out of a room at Toms Insurance Agency. In January 1953 Dr. Boise moved the practice to Fairground Rd. and Frahm Pike where it stayed until the late 1960's. The orginal practice was roughly 85% large animal, 15% small animal. By 1960 the small side of the practice had grown considerably. Due to health problems Dr. Biose sold the practice and house in 1964 to Dr. David Miller.

  Dr. Miller practiced out of the house/business on Fairground/Frahm Pike until the late 1960's  when he purchased a farm from the Mendenhall's on Fairground Road.  He converted the barn so that he could practice out of it. In 1973 Dr. Ralph Hecht purchased the practice and in 1981 when Dr. Craig Miesse joined the practice Dr. Miller retired.

  Drs. Hecht and Miesse practiced out of the Fairground Road office until 1984 when they built the office on Havemann Road.They became incorporated in 1993 when they opened the Celina Road Animal Clinic in St. Marys. And in 1994 the Celina Pet Center was opened.

  We currently have 4 doctors, Ralph Hecht (owner), Craig Miesse (owner), Sarah Fennig, and Andrew Roth and 3 registered veterinary technicians, Nikki George, Kelly Sprague, and Pamela Freistuhler.

10 Most Expensive Dog Breeds to Own 

  1. English Bulldog
  2. German Shepherd
  3. French Bulldog
  4. Chow Chow                                          
  5. Tibetan Mastiff
  6. Irish Wolfhound
  7. Great Dane
  8. Rottweiler
  9. Bernese Mountain Dog
  10. Basset Hound

The above dog breeds are all cute as puppies! Just remember that they all get bigger, have routine vaccinations, and need regular grooming. These dogs made the most expensive list because of potenial health problems including allergies, skin problems, cancer, hip and elbow displaysia, and more. Before getting any breed of puppy or dog, do your research on the breed.                                        

                                                                                                           Irish Wolfhound                 



 English Bulldog puppy