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Pet Emergency? Call us right away at 251-275-8911!
If you live in Grove Hill or the surrounding area and need a trusted veterinarian to care for your pets – look no further. Dr. Ed Sellers is a licensed AL veterinarian, treating all types of pets. Your pets’ health and wellbeing are very important to us, and we take every possible measure to give your animals the care they deserve.
Dr. Sellers has over 40 Years Experience in caring for pets. We know that your pet is an important part of your family, and will be treated as such while at Clarke County Animal Hospital. We feel strongly that animals can make and do do make life better for us, and that we have an obligation to make their lives as good as we can. We believe in a personal, caring, friendly hospital. It is like a family here, and we would like nothing more than the opportunity to make you and your pet part of our family. One of the most rewarding aspects of our work is providing lifelong care for pets and his/her family. They really do become part of our family! We believe in giving you options on treatments and informing and educating you so that you can make the right decisions for you and your pet. Veterinary medicine is constantly changing and Dr. Sellers strives to stay on top of new techniques and medicines available to your pets. We want your pet to look, feel and smell better when they go home than when they came in.
From consultation to diagnostics and treatment: Our team is committed to preserving and restoring your animal's health. We believe in taking care of our clients and that includes providing quality veterinary care as inexpensively as possible. Helping to save our clients money whenever possible, without sacrificing quality pet care, is a core part of our hospital policy. At Clarke County Animal Hospital we believe in treating you like we would want to be treated and treating your pets like we would want our pets treated.
Clarke County Animal Hospital exists to use the resources God has provided to serve the people of this community by offering a broad range of pet services and products, the quality of which is second to none. This is accomplished by:
We encourage you to utalize our NEW ONLINE PET PHARMACY! This site is provided for your convience to purchase both prescription and non-prescription items for your pet(s). This online pharmacy is a network of veterinarians combining their buying power to purchase pet products at the LOWEST possible price in order to provide you with the best prices available. It is our policy at Clarke County Animal Hospital to price match pet products from any source.
At Clarke County Animal Hospital, we treat your pets like the valued family members they are.
Dr. Ed Sellers
Grove Hill Veterinarian | Clarke County Animal Hospital | 251-275-8911
14631 Highway 43
Grove Hill, AL 36451
In an after-hours emergency? Call us at:
Emergency Line: 251-246-5216
Awesome, caring doctor and staff. I highly recommend them.
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