Southeast Alabama Veterinary Hospital

540 Westgate Parkway
Dothan, AL 36303

(334)671-1990

www.southeastalabamavet.com

Southeast Alabama Veterinary Hospital Welcomes You!  

We are excited to announce our new location

540 Westgate Parkway

  • We’re here for you and your pet at Southeast Alabama Veterinary Hospital. We are now allowing our clients to come into the building, but are happy to accommodate  curbside appointments as a service, to help keep you, our patients, and our team healthy while we navigate the current COVID-19 health threat
  • We can also provide curbside service for pick-ups of supplies like food and medications. Just call us when you arrive and we’ll send someone out to help! 
  • If you’re feeling unwell or have been exposed, please arrange for someone else to bring your pet in. 
  • Thank you very much for working with us while we find ways to continue caring for our patients while keeping everyone healthy and safe! Please message us here or call us at 334-671-1990 with any questions or concerns
  • Don't forget our new online store- You can order medications and food and have it shipped directly to you.  Click the following link to get started 
    https://southeastalabamavet.myvetstoreonline.pharmacy/main.asp?uri=1360&id=2480
    We recommend this Veterinary Partner FAQ for Pet Owners article for your reference:
    https://veterinarypartner.vin.com/doc/?id=9548687&pid=19239

Please browse our website to learn more about our animal clinic and the services we provide for companion animals in Dothan and the surrounding areas. Read information in our Pet Library, view videos, take a virtual tour of our veterinary hospital, read testimonials, and find details about upcoming events. Please call our office today at (334)671-1990 for all your pet health care needs.


Phone# 334-671-1990
FAX# 334-671-8473
EMAIL: southeastalabamavet@gmail.com

Monday-Friday: 7:30AM - 5:30PM
Saturday & Sunday: Closed


 

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