Welcome to Hope Animal Clinic
Holiday Hours: Closed Christmas Eve and Christmas Day, but open Saturday & Tuesday – normal hours
At Hope Animal Clinic, we are focused on you and your pet and how we can meet your needs. We see every client as important and every pet as special. So we listen and advise and offer professional services distinguished by excellence and compassion. We are no ordinary veterinary clinic; we truly seek to offer HOPE to every client for every need. So check us out here on the web and in person at our new hospital. We’d love to meet you and your special pet.
Our Online Store is now open!
You can now purchase heartworm, flea/tick, and joint supplement medications on our website. You will be able to order products from the comfort of your own home and even pay for them through our safe, secure website. For your convenience, we offer shipping as well as pick up at our pharmacy drive thru. Most orders will be processed within one business day and you will be notified by email when your order is ready. Visit our Store today!
Canine Influenza Alert
Due to confirmed cases of canine influenza in Alabama, Hope Animal Clinic recommends that pet owners vaccinate their dogs against this highly contagious and potentially deadly virus. This vaccination has not been a routine vaccination but is in response to the current outbreak of canine influenza. The vaccine regimen requires a booster two to four weeks after the initial dose and yearly thereafter. The cost of the vaccine is $22.68 per injection. Complete details are available upon request. Hope Animal Clinic is currently recommending that all dogs brought into the clinic for boarding or treatment to be vaccinated against the current strain of canine influenza for the protection of every pet in our care. Let’s keep our pets safe!
Stories of Hope – Meet Betty
Betty lived in rural Alabama where she suffered from sarcoptic mange, causing 90% hair loss over her entire body. Betty also suffered from a heavy parasite infestation, including whip, tape, and round worms as well as spirochaetes. Having only three legs added to her debilitated state. When Betty came to Hope Animal Clinic, she was nearly bald, terribly emaciated, and extremely timid but displayed a gentle nature. After months of treatment and loving care by our dedicated staff, Betty not only began to look and feel better, but she began to trust her care takers. Today, Betty is a beautiful, healthy Great Pyrenees who lives with a loving family. Read More