Grove City Veterinary Hospital

4350 Grove City Rd.
Grove City, OH 43123


Our Doctors

Dr. Andrea Mayberry

Dr. Mayberry purchased The Grove City Veterinary Hospital from Dr. Martha Arndt, the founding owner, in July 2005. She grew up in Springfield, Ohio and attended The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine for her veterinary training. She is so very excited to be a part of The Grove City Veterinary Hospital. Her practice philosophy is simple: To support and protect the human- animal bond by providing compassionate and knowledgeable care to all of our clients and their beloved pets. We want to make sure that your pets live as long and happy and healthy lives as possible! We do this by focusing on your pet's wellness and preventative care and also by educating you as to how to best care for your pet. 

Dr. Mayberry has many special interests in veterinary medicine. She loves approaching each patient from a wholistic perspective, taking into account the pet's lifestyle, diet, environment, activity level and underlying health issues as she makes recommendations for their care. She sees the importance of diet and lifestyle on her own health and feels that it can be applied to many health problems in our furry friends. She enjoys helping pets to become more comfortable and happy in their lives. She also enjoys connecting with pet owners and learning how their pet fits in with their families. She takes great pride in guiding pet owners through every phase of their pet's life, from beginning to end. 

Dr. Mayberry lives in the Hilliard area with her husband and 2 children. 



Dr. Cassie Horvath

Dr. Horvath joined The Grove City Veterinary Hospital as a full time veterinarian in January 2018. She graduated from The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine. She has 20 years of experience working in veterinary medicine. She is experienced in emergency medicine, animal shelter medicine, and of course small animal medicine that we see here at GCVH. Dr. Horvath has a special interest in internal medicine. She looks forward to being able to help your pet's live a happy, healthy long life, and also to be available to you when your pet isn't feeling their best. Dr. Horvath has also pursued additional certifications in Fear Free Handling, and has helped teach our staff these new handling techniques as an improvement on the Low Stress Handling we have been practicing for many years. 

Dr. Horvath lives with 3 cats Fizzgig, Mya, and Sartre. She also has a large mixed breed dog named Piper.