Monroe Family Pet Hospital

Monroe Family Pet Hospital is a full-service veterinary medical facility, located in Monroe, OH. The professional and courteous staff at Monroe Family Pet Hospital seeks to provide the best possible medical care, surgical care and dental care for their highly-valued patients.

We are committed to promoting responsible pet ownership, preventative health care and health-related educational opportunities for our clients. Monroe Family Pet Hospital strives to offer excellence in veterinary care to Monroe and surrounding areas.

Please take a moment to contact us today, to learn more about our veterinary practice and to find out more information about how Monroe Family Pet Hospital can serve the needs of you and your cherished pet.

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  • Monroe Family Pet Hospital
  • 3211 Heritage Green Dr
  • Monroe, OH 45050
  • Phone: (513) 539-8737
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  • Mon: 9:00am - 8:00pm
  • Tue-Fri: 9:00am - 6:00pm
  • Sat: 9:00am - 2:00pm
  • Sun: Closed
  • Jason Tarabrella, DVM

         Owner/Veterinarian

    Dr. Tarabrella is a graduate of The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine and has been practicing medicine since 1999. He has a special interest in veterinary dental health and orthopedic surgeries.  Dr. Tarabrella loves helping homeless pets get healthy for their forever homes. He has been working closely with rescue groups such as PAWS and several others since beginning practice in this area in 2005. While he would not qualify himself as solely a dog or cat person, Dr. Tarabrella feels he has a special understanding of the feline psyche. While some might shy away from the difficult feline patient, he embraces the quirks and eccentricities that make us love them. In addition to caring for canine and feline patients, Dr. Tarabrella enjoys working with exotic pets, such as mammals (rabbits, guinea pigs and hamsters) and reptiles.  

    Dr. Tarabrella resides in Middletown with his beautiful daughters Meadow and Avery and his son Samuel. His cherished pets include a Rottweiler named Ava and three cats, Zoey, Lewis and George.

    Dr. Tarabrella enjoys spending time with his family, being outdoors, and playing basketball, poker and golf. Being from Pennsylvania, he is a true Steelers' fan. Even though they are a division rival, he also roots for the Bengals when they are not playing the Steelers!  Finally being a graduate from The Ohio State University, he naturally loves all things Ohio State. Go Bucks!

    Dr. Tarabrella's goal is to provide the time and attention, which you and your companions deserve each and every time you walk through our doors.            

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    Dr. Beth Osborne

        Associate Veterinarian

    Dr. Beth Osborne is a 1999 graduate of The Ohio State University. Since the age of five, veterinary medicine is the only career she ever really considered. She feels very blessed to be able to make a living doing what she loves. Dr. Osborne has always enjoyed spending extra time with her client and patients. Her career motivation and practice philosophy revolves around the human-animal bond and the fact that pets are an indispensable part of the family.

    Dr. Osborne resides in Springboro with her husband, Craig, and her two children, Scott and Kelly. Her current furry family members include and American Eskimo named Snowball, a polydactyl cat, Oliver, 2 lilac rabbits, and a hamster.

    When not at work, Dr. Osborne is busy with her children's never ending list of activities and numerous church involvements. She also enjoys camping with her family, reading, and completing nerdy word puzzles. She is a life-long Browns fan so football season with Dr. Tarabrella (Steelers Fan) is never dull!

  • Jennifer Smith, DVM

    Associate Veterinarian

    Dr. Jennifer Smith is proud to be a Buckeye, having graduated from The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 2005. Prior to becoming a veterinarian, Dr. Smith studied molecular biology at Ohio Wesleyan University , and did research at the James Cancer Research Institute. Duke University, and Ohio State. With her science background she has a strong interest in internal medicine and soft tissue surgery, but one of Dr. Smith's favorite things about being a small animal vet is simply being able to keep  a treasured four legged family member healthy for the family that loves them. Having worked at a feline practice for several years, she also knows that kitties can be very stressed at the vet and need a little extra TLC for their visits . Dr. Smith is also excited to join a practice like Monroe Family Pet Hospital that is so active with the shelter community. In the past she has performed spays and neuters for a non-profit animal shelter on her days off and volunteered at a Louisiana hurricane relief animal shelter in the weeks following Hurricane Katrina.

    Dr. Smith and her husband, Matt, recently moved to Springboro, Ohio from Columbus, to be closer to his work & family. They have toddler twins, Lily & Tyler. Their four legged family members are two rescue pets: a very energetic Jack Russell-Beagle mix named Mitchell and a one eyed cat named George. The twins keep her pretty busy, but when she can, Dr. Smith plans to spend most of her free time renovating her new house. She and her husband have the DIY bug and are always tackling new home improvement projects. She also enjoys long walks with Mitchell & taking the whole family out for hikes to explore local parks.

  • Pamela Bradshaw

    Pam has been in the veterinary industry since 1989. She started as a receptionist then a vet technician before deciding to be in veterinary management. She has been active in animal rescue over the years, even volunteering at Best Friends, St Francis Sanctuary in Mississippi after Hurricane Katrina. Pam is active in various fund raising activities throughout the year for several local rescues. 
    Her biggest rescue was a dog named Edison that had been in a house fire and was given up for adoption. Pam assumed the responsibility of treating his burns over most of his body. After 10 months of treatment, Edison became the "fire dog" that goes to local elementary schools to talk about fire safety. He also received the Firemen's Award at Shriners Hospital. Their future goal will be to visit the burns units at Veterans and Children's Hospitals.
    She is passionate about staff education, client education, preventive medicine and providing excellent customer service to our clients. 
    Pam is currently working on her Certified Veterinary Practice Management certification. 
    Pam lives in Blanchester with her husband, several cats, 4 dogs, 3 birds, a pony, miniature donkey and several chickens. 
    Years in Practice:
    Jan 01, 1989
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  • Juliana Gray

    Juli is a Veterinary Assistant/Receptionist that has more than 20 years experience caring for our animal friends. Juli is always happy, knowledgable and always willing to help everyone! She has a particular fondness for small toy breed dogs. 
    Juli's hobbies include spending time outdoors, visiting historical sites, antiquing, and spending time on her family's farm with her little miniature dog, Tinka
    Years in Practice:
    Jan 01, 1995
  • Kelly Larson

    Kelly joined MFPH as a receptionist in October 2014. After living in Wisconsin for nearly 20 years, Kelly and her husband relocated to Ohio in 2012. 
    Kelly came to us with extensive customer service background and loves interacting with our clients and their pets. 
    In her spare time, Kelly enjoys cooking, traveling, and fostering cats for local recuses. Kelly resides in Liberty Township with her husband Bryan, 3 cats Sunny, Shubert, Velvet and one dog Rusty. 
    Years in Practice:
    Jan 01, 2014