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Welcome to Columbiana Road Pet Wellness Center! Columbiana Road Pet Wellness Center opened it's doors on August 1, 2003. We are a full-service veterinary hospital dedicated to providing the highest quality care to our patients. We go out of our way to provide these services with as little stress and discomfort as possible by using the latest equipment, medicines and techniques. Your pets will always be treated as if they were our own ... we LOVE animals!
We take pride in our hospital's reputation for friendliness and for treating our clients and patients with courtesy and respect. We love to answer questions, to accomodate your schedule, to talk to you on the phone, and anything else that will help you understand a treatment, surgery or hospital stay. We will go out of our way to provide you with a good experience when you visit.
Our name reflects our practice philosophy. We feel strongly that early detection of disease, along with prevention, is the best way to add years of enjoyment between you and your pet. Regular exams and testing allows us to monitor for small but significant health changes. Research has shown that early intervention and control can add years to a pet's life. We invite you to ask us more about pet wellness.
At Columbiana Road Pet Wellness Center, we treat your pets like the valued family members they are.
Dr. Timothy L. Colbert Vestavia Hills Veterinarian | Columbiana Road Pet Wellness Center 205-824-1575 2076 Columbiana Road Vestavia Hills, AL 35216
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