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    STANDARD LISTINGS:   ANIMAL-HOSPITALS IN/NEAR CAVE SPRING
    Center Point Animal Clinic
    1 review: *****
    1704 Center Point Pkwy, Birmingham, AL 35215
    (205) 853-3340 Write review for this local business

    "They are very kind to animals. Very clean, i feel like my dog is in good health under the care of the vets at this animal clinic. ..."
    Kathy Kinne DVM Write review for this local business
    415 Plainville Rd NE, Rome, GA 30161
    (706) 291-4587  
    Whatley-Kinney Veterinary Clinic Write review for this local business
    415 Plainville Rd NE, Rome, GA 30161
    (706) 291-4587  
    Euharlee Animal Clinic Write review for this local business
    790 Euharlee Rd SW, Cartersville, GA 30120
    (770) 607-2204  
    Calhoun Pet Care Write review for this local business
    202 William St SE, Calhoun, GA 30701
    (706) 624-3993  
    Bells Ferry Veterinary Hospital Write review for this local business
    6410 Highway 92, Acworth, GA 30102
    (770) 926-5311  
    North Cobb Animal Clinic Write review for this local business
    2680 Cobb Pkwy NW Ste A, Kennesaw, GA 30152
    (770) 422-0112  
    Twilley-Greene Animal Clinic Write review for this local business
    1290 Austell Rd SE, Marietta, GA 30008
    (770) 422-9330  
    R M Creel DR Write review for this local business
    4323 Mcville Rd, Boaz, AL 35957
    (256) 878-8852  
    Albertville Animal Hospital Write review for this local business
    530 Al Highway 75 N, Albertville, AL 35951
    (256) 878-5321  
    Cat Clinic of Cobb Write review for this local business
    2440 Sandy Plains Rd Bldg 16-100, Marietta, GA 30066
    (770) 973-6369  
    Sprayberry Animal Hospital Write review for this local business
    2135 Post Oak Tritt Rd, Marietta, GA 30062
    (770) 977-8300  
    Smyrna Animal Hospital Write review for this local business
    2445 S Cobb Dr SE, Smyrna, GA 30080
    (770) 436-2431  
    Windy Hill Veterinary Hospital Write review for this local business
    2170 Windy Hill Rd SE, Smyrna, GA 30080
    (770) 333-9030  
    Family Pet Hospital Write review for this local business
    12910 Highway 92 Ste 102, Woodstock, GA 30188
    (770) 928-9094  
    Woodstock Veterinary Hospital Write review for this local business
    607 Mauldin Dr, Woodstock, GA 30188
    (770) 926-3722  
    Town & Country Veterinary Clinic Write review for this local business
    1100 Mount Bethel Dr, Marietta, GA 30068
    (770) 565-7175  
    Clarke Gerard DVM Write review for this local business
    6999 Nashville St, Ringgold, GA 30736
    (706) 937-7387  
    L C Bostick DVM Write review for this local business
    3288 Cobb Pkwy SE, Atlanta, GA 30339
    (770) 956-8004  
    Old Mill Pet Inn Write review for this local business
    3150 Boynton Dr, Ringgold, GA 30736
    (706) 937-9971  
    Town and Country North Veterinary Clinic Write review for this local business
    4688 Woodstock Rd, Roswell, GA 30075
    (678) 461-8859  
    Cliftwood Animal Hospital Write review for this local business
    175 Cliftwood Dr, Atlanta, GA 30328
    (404) 252-9200  
    Mountain Hospital for Animals Write review for this local business
    128 N Watauga Ln, Lookout Mountain, TN 37350
    (423) 821-8000  
    Lafferty Animal Clinic Write review for this local business
    10155 Haynes Bridge Rd, Alpharetta, GA 30022
    (770) 754-3004  
    Many women and men work in animal hospitals as veterinarians, technicians and assistants. This can be a fun and rewarding field, and it allows you to work with all sorts of small dogs, large horses, and exotic birds. Working at an animal clinic or pet emergency facility is certainly wonderful for many people who care a lot about animals of all shapes and sizes. After all, when you work in this field, you get to help pets with various health conditions and injuries. While some dogs, cats and rabbits may only require routine examinations, others will need specific vaccines. You definitely need a certain degree of education and training in order to work as a veterinarian or animal clinic technician. The amount of training you need depends on your job title. As a licensed vet, you will need six to eight years of schooling. In this line of work, you may be employed at an animal shelter, 24 hour emergency clinic, or local pet care facility. You will not only deal with common house pets like dogs and cats. You may also handle exotic birds in this line of work, and maybe even horses. Sometimes in order to treat horses, you need a specific type of equine training. As a vet or animal doctor, you will sometimes have to perform surgery on specific dogs, rabbits, or felines. If you choose to work in an animal shelter, pet care center, or vet hospital, you can certainly expect to deal with a lot of pet owners each day. After all, it is your job to treat all kinds of animals, and make certain they are in good health.


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