Veterinary Care

Trussville Animal Hospital provides quality, specialized care for companion animals. Our doctors combine their knowledge and skill to treat the diverse ailments of our pet patients. We provide exceptional specialty care by treating our patients like our own pets.

For more information about any of our services, please call us at 205-655-8538 or email contact@trussvilleanimalhospital.com.

Surgery

From routine surgical procedures, such as spaying and neutering, to more complex surgeries, we look forward to the opportunity to care for your pet’s surgical needs.

Our doctors have decades of experience in veterinary surgeries and ensure that your pet receives the very best care. Our focus on patient safety, pain management, and employing the most current surgical practices is designed to exceed your expectations and put your concerns to rest. Our vet technicians monitor your pet before, during, and after surgery and take exceptional care to ensure a safe and complete recovery for your pet. We will address any questions or concerns you may have about surgery, including concerns about anesthesia, pain management, or postoperative care.

When your pet is ready to go home, we review your post-operative care and medication instructions. If any questions arise after your pet returns home, call us. We welcome your questions and help is only a phone call away.

Surgery can be a source of anxiety and stress for many pet owners. Maybe you worry about whether your pet will be well cared for, or have concerns about precautions and monitoring. Whether your pet needs minor surgery or a complex procedure, we will discuss how our surgical services can benefit your pet.

Virtual Appointment

Veterinary care from the comfort of your own home. We offer remote conference calls with our doctors to diagnose and treat your pet. When a trip to the vet just isn't feasible, but you need assistance, we are here to help.

Medicine
Dentistry

Despite what many pet owners may believe, dog breath is not just a nuisance, but also a sign of an unhealthy mouth. Bad breath is caused by bacteria, and over time leads to plaque and tartar buildup on your pet’s teeth. The result is bad breath, reddened gums, and other common signs of dental disease, include: drooling, discomfort while chewing, and loose or missing teeth. Even using treats and chews to help control tartar are generally not enough to manage dental disease. Ask us about the best ways to control plaque and help protect your pet from dental disease.

Dental hygiene is an important part of your pet's health, because dental disease can be associated with other serious health problems such as heart disease and kidney disease. But how do you know if your pet has a healthy mouth? Let us examine your pet’s teeth and gums to help determine if there are any dental issues you should know about. After a brief visual examination, we may recommend a more detailed examination (which requires sedation), a dental cleaning, or options for at-home dental care.

Even if you think your pet’s teeth and gums are fine, we can offer expert advice to help you keep them that way! Dental health shouldn’t be taken for granted. Fortunately, many dental problems can be managed through at-home care and by bringing your pet to us for regular dental checkups and teeth cleanings.

We want your pet to live a long, healthy life, and we understand that maintaining a healthy mouth is part of that. Your pet’s health is important to us, so let us help you with this commitment. Call today to discuss your pet’s dental care needs and how we can help!

Boarding

No Pets Allowed on your vacation? No Problem! Our kennels are open anytime you need to be away from home.

Grooming

Clean pets are healthy pets. We give baths, cut hair, trim nails, clean teeth, and much more.

Diagnostics
  • Bloodwork
  • Allergies
  • Ear disease
  • Tumors
Flea Treatment

Advantage, Nexguard, Bravecto, Flea bath, Tapeworm screening, 

Micro Chip

Each year, thousands of pets go missing. Even if your pets wear a collar and identification tag, they can become damaged or broken. Even indoor pets find ways outside and get lost. If you’re relying on other forms of identification, you could be placing your pet at risk. Microchipping is a safe, simple form of identification that can significantly increase the chance of your pet returning safely.

As the name implies, microchips are tiny and placed underneath your pet's skin, and is a non-invasive one-time procedure. Microchips can be given to your pet at any age, young and old. Each microchip is unique and carries vital information about your pet, including owner name, address, and contact information. When a microchip is implanted, the pet owner is given a registration form to complete. Registering the number on the microchip includes your pet in a national pet recovery database. Veterinary hospitals, animal shelters, and animal control offices across the country are equipped with special electronic scanners that can detect the microchip and read the identification number. If a lost pet is picked up by animal control or found, a quick scan of the microchip reveals the identification number. A call to the pet recovery database alerts the microchip company that a lost pet has been identified. The pet owner can then be contacted.

 

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