Rabies Project in Jefferson County

With at least 12 recent confirmed animal rabies cases in Homewood, Mountain Brook and Vestavia Hills, the Jefferson County Department of Health (JCDH) has partnered with the United States Department of Agriculture and Wildlife Services to complete an Oral Rabies Vaccination (ORV) Project in these communities. The goal of the ORV Project is to vaccinate raccoons, foxes and coyotes […]

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New Year’s Resolutions for Pets

Hoover area pet owners – Some easy but necessary New Year’s resolutions from Patton Chapel Animal Clinic to keep your pets healthy & happy in 2018! Schedule two veterinary appointments this year– Pets need regular veterinary care to live long, healthy & happy lives.  The best time to bring your pet in is for a wellness exam. Seeing […]

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New App & Online Pet Health Records

Thank you for allowing Patton Chapel Animal Clinic to be your partner in your pet’s health!  Beyond providing your family with veterinary care, we offer you two options to view your pet’s medical records 24/7 and contact us to request appointments or prescription refills. Through our NEW and upgraded mobile PetPage app or online portal, you can […]

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Welcome Dr. Dayna Haupt

Welcome our newest veterinarian Dr. Dayna Haupt! Dr. Dayna Haupt joined Patton Chapel Animal Clinic in 2017. Dr. Haupt, a Hoover resident, has been providing pets and their families with personalized care for over 7 years. She received her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from St. George’s University School of Veterinary Medicine. With experience in small […]

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Open House & Meet the Doctors

Join Patton Chapel Animal Clinic for an OPEN HOUSE and to meet our newest veterinarian Dr. Dayna Haupt, plus Dr. Chase Whitworth and Dr. Jennifer Buird. Friday, November 10th 4 – 6:30 pm Tour our renovated facility and large boarding accommodations, meet our talented staff, opportunity to win PRIZES plus new clients receive $10 off […]

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How Old is My Pet in Human Years?

How Old is My Pet in Human Years? As your dog and cat ages – their healthcare needs become greater.  Since pets age at a faster rate than humans, Patton Chapel Animal Clinic recommends an exam every six months after your pet reaches age 7 in order to ensure your older pet is happy, healthy […]

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