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North Jackson Animal Clinic
North Jackson Animal Clinic, located in Stevenson Alabama, was founded in 1977 by Dr. Randall A. Smith DVM. The goal of our doctors and staff has always been to provide the best possible care for animals of all types, while excelling in compassionate veterinary care in the area that includes Northeast Alabama, South Central Tennessee, and Northwest Georgia. We are committed to your pet's health care. The veterinarians of the Stevenson based clinic are knowledgeable in the science of Veterinary Medicine and understand the importance of proper application of skill and knowledge.
North Jackson Animal Clinic is a full-service animal hospital whose mission is to provide the highest standard of veterinary care for animals. Our doctors and staff want you to feel welcome, understood, and confident that the best care will be given your pet. Our staff is friendly, supportive, and well informed about issues that may concern you. We strive to provide a clean, efficient, pet-friendly environment for our clients, while maintaining a superior working environment for our employees.
We offer the Northeast Alabama animal community medical, surgical, and dental services, along with emergency services for serious problems that arise after hours. Our boarding facility is great for pet sitting needs. We, also, offer grooming services for pets. With an in-house pharmacy and access to specialist, upon phone consultation or referral. Our facility offers a one stop for your pet's health and medical care. Visit us on facebook/North Jackson Animal Clinic.
Your Pets . . . Our Family!
We see pets by appointment, as walk-ins, and as emergencies during regular business hours. If possible, call and give us a little notice in case of an emergency so we can prepare for your arrival.
Preventing the Spread of Raccoon Rabies
Oral rabies vaccination baits will be distibuted by the United States Department of Agriculture in Jackson, Madison, Morgan, Marshall, Dekalb, Cherokee, and Etowah counties in October 2016. They will be distributed by plane, helicopter and ground personnel to vaccinate raccoons against the virus that causes rabies. The vaccine cannot cause rabies and is safe for many animals including cats and dogs. The vaccine does not contain a live virus.
If you find a bait, please leave it alone unless it is in your driveway or on your lawn. If you need to move the bait pick it up with a glove, plastic bag or paper towel. If you pick it up without a glove wash your hands thoroughly with soap and water. You can move these baits to a wooded location or dispose of them in your trash. As with all medications Keep Away from children.
If you have questions or concerns you can visit the National Rabies Management Website at http://www.aphis.usda.gov/ws/rabies/index.html or call the United States Department of Agricultures Wildlife Services toll-free number: 1-866-4-USDA-WS. Each bait is also marked with a toll free number.