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Welcome to Spring Hill Animal Clinic!
(Formerly South Alabama Spay and Neuter Center)
We are located in Mobile, Alabama and are dedicated to providing top quality, low cost animal care and decreasing pet overpopulation. Spring Hill Animal Clinic (formerly South Alabama Spay and Neuter Center) has developed a state of the art hospital that offers full veterinary services, including vaccinations, wellness care, dental cleanings, general surgery, and blood work.
Under the leadership of Dr. Jeni Knizley, Spring Hill Animal Clinic offers a full range of services to care for pets of all ages. Dr. Knizley's passion is spaying, neutering and shelter medicine, but she has grown the clinic to include two additional full time vets, Dr. Mandy Moss and Dr. Mary Edmonds, to provide a more extensive range of services. Spring Hill Animal Clinic's mission is to offer every pet owner the opportunity to give their pets quality, affordable care.
Please browse around our site for more information and call us today to make an appoitntment or ask questions.
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If your pet is a patient of ours, you can now access their medical records on-line! Call the clinic at (251) 343-5033 to have your e-mail address added to your account, and you will receive a Welcome E-mail with the information on how to set up your on-line account. This can be used to see if your pet is due for any vaccinations, and you can now order your pet's heartworm and flea medication from this site and have it sent directly to your door! You can also go to www.ePetHealth.com to register there.
Surgeries and exams are by appointment only. You must speak to an office representative to secure your appointment. Please call 251-343-5033 or visit the office to schedule your appointment.
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