Directions

 
We are located on the NORTH-EAST side of Columbus, Ohio in a suburb called Gahanna.

There are many ways to get to us, but if you follow these directions from I-270 YOU WILL NOT GET LOST.

We do NOT suggest Mapquest or GPS devices except to find approximate driving time.  Their directions are harder than ours!

Hotel information can be found at the bottom of this page.

 










We are located inside the Dogs Only Medical Center.
Our address is:
1085 East Johnstown Road
Columbus, Ohio 43230





 




 











IF YOU WILL BE  HEADING NORTH TO GET TO US: (from Cincy, Wheeling)

I-270 NORTH
(if you come up on signs that read I-270 east, take that exit & it will turn into I-270 North)
*Pass all exits that read: 62/JOHNSTOWN,GAHANNA, & EXIT 30/33
Take Exit 32- Morse Rd.
Turn RIGHT onto Morse Rd. (turn right at big sign Limited, heading East)
(If you go under overpass and see Walmart then you are going the wrong direction on Morse Rd.)
Continue  east on Morse to Hamilton Rd for 2 miles.
Turn RIGHT onto Hamilton Rd.  There will be a BP gas station on the left and a shell gas station on the right.
Continue on Hamilton Rd for 1.2 miles. 
Turn LEFT onto Johnstown Rd. You will see a CVS and Heartland Bank on the left.
Continue on Johnstown Rd for 0.6 miles.  You will drive thru 2 intersections with traffic lights.  We are the 3rd building on your left after the 2nd light.
We are on Johnstown heading east on the left side, just past Schoedinger Funeral Home.

*  Look for our two story red brick building with big clock sign out front that reads: Dogs Only Medical Center.
*  Do NOT follow street numbers as the road is being renumbered and the street address is not helpful.
*  We are located between the Scheodinger funeral and the YMCA.
* If you pass the YMCA, you just missed us.

 
IF YOU WILL BE HEADING SOUTH TO GET TO US: (from Delaware, Cleveland)

I-270 SOUTH
(if you come up on signs that read I-270 east, take that exit & it will turn into I-270 South)
Exit 32 Morse Rd.
Turn LEFT onto Morse Rd. (heading East) go under the overpass(if you see Sam's Club & Walmart then you are going in the wrong direction).
Continue east to Hamilton Rd for 2 miles.
Turn RIGHT onto Hamilton Rd.  There will be a BP gas station on the left and a shell gas station on the right.
Continue on Hamilton Rd for 1.2 miles. 
Turn LEFT onto Johnstown Rd. You will see a CVS and Heartland Bank on the left.
Continue on Johnstown Rd for 0.6 miles.  You will drive thru 2 intersections with traffic lights.  We are the 3rd building on your left after the 2nd light.
We are on Johnstown heading east on the left side, just past Schoedinger Funeral Home.

*  Look for our two story red brick building with big clock sign out front that reads: Dogs Only Medical Center.
*  Do NOT follow street numbers as the road is being renumbered and the street address is not helpful.
*  We are located between the Scheodinger funeral and the YMCA.
* If you pass the YMCA, you just missed us.


Hotels

Allow approximately 15 minutes to get to us from any of these hotels.

If arriving from the North of Columbus then we recommend:
Baymont Inn (off of 270 North side of town at Westerville exit) 614.890.1244. 
Similar to a Red Roof Inn.  Walk up to the outside door.  To get to us, get back on I270 and go south toward Wheeling.

If arriving from East and South of us then we recommend:
Red Roof Inn (2449 Brice Road, Reynoldsburg, OH)  614.864.3683.  Walk up to the outside door.  To get to us, get back on I270 and go north toward Cleveland.

If you want to stay very near us and want entertainment, great shopping at Easton Town Center then we recommend:
a.    Marriott Courtyard 614.416.8000
b.    Hilton 614.414.5000
c.    Residence Inn at Easton accepts pets. 614.414.1000 

Other hotels
Town Place Marriott 614.861.1400.  near Airport, Bob Evans
Ohio Veterinary Dental Service
Serving Ohio, Indiana, Kentucky, West Virginia, and Western Pennsylvania
614.939.9942
"Thank you so much for taking care of and helping Macy to live a more pain free life.  All of you did a wonderful job and made an unpleasant circumstance as bearable as possible.  You should all be proud of the work you are doing and know that you are appreciated."  Melissa H.