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"As for Me and My House, We Will Serve the Lord".. Joshua 24:15
At Animal House Veterinary Clinic it is our goal to ensure all of our furry friends get the highest quality care at the most affordable prices available. Your pet's health and comfort is our top priority!
We prefer appointments (they allow us to give you and your pet uninterrupted time with Dr. Ann) but do try and accommodate walk-ins when possible.
The cornerstone of our care is a thorough hands-on nose to tail exam of your pet. Having your pet comfortable and relaxed is necessary to allow a thorough exam. If the physical exam findings warrant further testing, we provide high-quality, full service veterinary medical technology, advanced surgical procedures and in house diagnostic equipment to all our clients. Our state of the art medical care is balanced with our commitment to old-fashioned care, compassion and respect for our patients and clients.
We look forward to meeting you and your 4-legged family members!
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Dr. Ann Shower
Animal House Veterinary Clinic | 828-524-9990
991 E. Main Street
Franklin, NC 28734
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We are excited that Dr. Ann is opening her full service clinic! We have loved her with Critter Cruiser Mobile Pet Services and we look forward using Animal House Veterinary Clinic as well!
Harrison Family - Franklin, NC
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