According to the American Animal Hospital Association, nearly two-thirds of pets suffer from dental problems because their owners do not provide dental care for them. Imagine what would happen to ...View Article
(352)489-2074 or (888)THE-VETS
Dr. Paul Mack, DVM, Dr. Charles Witte, DVM, Dr. Catherine Bailey, DVM, Dr. Brian Moorman, DVM and Dr. Bill Hendrix, DVM and our exceptional team of Certified Veterinary Technicians, Assistants, Boarding Caretakers and Receptionists are committed to bringing you and your furry family members better health by conscienciously practicing the science of Veterinary Medicine.
Dunnellon Animal Hospital was founded in 1973 and was the first established animal hospital in the Dunnellon, Beverly Hills, Citrus County area. Dr. Mack assumed ownership of the hospital in 1991. And from the beginning, our staff has been performing compassionate and extraordinary animal care in the Dunnellon area.
Dunnellon Animal Hospital's mission is to provide the highest standard of quality and compassion in veterinary care for our patients and a welcoming, informative, and supportive service for our clients. We strive everyday to maintain a superior and comfortable environment for our staff and the clients and pets who depend upon us for top-knotch care.
Dunnellon Animal Hospital offers the greater Dunnellon, Levy, Marion and Citrus county communities complete veterinary services including medical and surgical care, dentistry, pharmacy, major brand pet foods, flea and heartworm preventitive products and both dog & cat bathing and boarding. Our 9000 sq. ft. facility enables you to have a caring, convenient, money-saving, one-stop location for the lifelong needs of your pet.
We provide Large Animal(Equine, Cattle, Goats and other Livestock) Farm Call Service.
We also offer a convenient House Call service during normal hours.
Our Extended, Convenient Hours are: Monday-Friday 8am-7pm and Saturday 8am-1pm.
After hours emergency services also available by calling 352.489.2074 anytime.
We offer CareCredit, a convenient no annual fee, no-interest, low monthly payment plan so you can keep your pet healthy and happy! See www.carecredit.com for complete details.
It has been said, "It's impossible to please all the people, all of the time", but we keep trying. Ideally we try to treat our patients as we would want to be treated. We respect your time and try to run on schedule, but emergencies, circumstances out of our control and issues of greater complexity than anticipated do occur, so we do occasionally run late. We sincerely apologize if you are impacted by such a situation.
We are pleased to offer our clients home
delivery of most pet medications and
Hills Pet Nutrition foods. Just click on the
"Home Delivery" box below to visit our Online Pet Pharmacy:
*Please note: Online Pharmacy pricing may differ from In-Clinic prices.
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