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  • The Case of the Missing Teeth
    Tex came to the Animal Hospital at Lake Brandt for the first time when he was 8 months old. He was rescued from a shelter in Virginia and though he was generally a Read more
  • Protect Your Family from Coyotes
    Protect Your Family from CoyotesI wrote this week’s blog post upon request by one of The Animal Hospital at Lake Brant’s clients after she lost her pet cat to a coyote. Read more
  • Happy Veterinary Technician Appreciation Week!
    Happy Veterinary Technician Appreciation Week. I am thankful to say that here at the Animal Hospital at Lake Brandt, we have some of the hardest working, most passionate, and skilled veterinary technicians that are Read more
  • Increased Mobility Through Laser Therapy
    You, like many other pet owners, may notice your senior pet starting to slow down in regards to their willingness to play, go for long walks or jump on and off the Read more
  • Beaver Fever on the Rise in Summerfield
    What the heck is beaver fever?Beaver fever is the common term for the illness caused by the parasite Giardia lamblia. Giardia is a microscopic organism that causes mostly gastrointestinal symptoms. Read more
  • Antifreeze Poisoning in Cats and Dogs
    Though the weather has started to turn a bit cooler, August is not typically a month in which veterinarians see cases of anti-freeze poisoning. However, in the last two weeks the doctors Read more
  • Separation Anxiety
    The end of summer vacation can be an unsettling time for some families as the transition to buying school supplies, making lunches and waking up early to get the kids off to Read more
  • Penn Hip Arthritis
    At The Animal Hospital at Lake Brandt, we can see the future… sometimes!We do our best to take a proactive role in arthritis prevention in at-risk dogs. But how do you Read more
  • Top Flea Myths Debunked
    Fleas are one of the most common parasites affecting cats and dogs. More than just an itchy nuisance for your pet, these little buggers can spread disease, cause severe allergic reactions and Read more
  • Kissing in Face
    My daughter, Clara, has recently started crawling and withthis newfound mobility has come a keen sense of curiosity andexploration. Her current favorite way to explore her new world is Read more
  • LAPAROSCOPIC GASTROPEXY
    Gastric Dilatation and Volvulus (GDV), sometimes known as bloat, is a common condition that occurs in large breed dogs. The bloating occurs when the stomach overfills with gas. The stomach Read more
  • “Snap, Crackle, Pop!”
    When people think of the Fourth of July, I imagine what comes to mind are freedom, fireworks, parties, and good food. Unfortunately, what is forgotten is that many pets do not Read more
  • You might be amazed at what is underneath your pet’s gum-line!
    You might be amazed at what is underneath your pet’s gum-line! A few weeks ago The Animal Hospital at Lake Brandt treated a young-adult dog with an abnormal swelling in her mouth. Read more
  • Beat the Heat
    “Beat the Heat” The kids are out of school, summer vacation has arrived, and so has the heat of summer. The increased temperature is generally welcomed by most but if our furry friends Read more
  • Oh, you know who you are!
    “Matt! . . . . Mark! . . . . Max! . . . Oh, you know who you are!” If you grew up in a family with multiple children, Read more

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Summerfield

Monday:

7:00 am-6:00 pm

Tuesday:

7:00 am-6:00 pm

Wednesday:

7:00 am-6:00 pm

Thursday:

7:00 am-6:00 pm

Friday:

7:00 am-6:00 pm

Saturday:

7:30 am-12:00 pm

Sunday:

Closed

Testimonials

Feedback from our clients

  • "I have been taking my 16 year old lab, Oscar, to this vet since he came to me in 2004, and I wouldn't take any of my dogs anywhere else! They are so wonderful with both pets and people. I would recommend any of the doctors and staff to anyone."
    Erin H
  • "We have been going to another vet for years. We wanted to have our year old Wheaten Terrier, Rylee spayed by laparoscopy so she would have less pain and be back to her usual activity in 2-3 days instead of 10-14 days. Our vet does the traditional spay. We had a consult meet and greet with Dr. Courtney Pierce. She answered all our questions and so friendly and professional. They have a state of the art OR suite. Rylee did great. On post op day three she spotted a squirrel and did an all out chase with no ill effects! All the staff were great."
    Linda A
  • "I love Dr. Jernigan at AHLB and would never take my dog anywhere else! The staff is excellent with animals and always professional, courteous and respectful to owners. I have trusted this animal hospital for all of my dog's care, including check ups, surgeries (she's had three!) and for boarding when we have to go out of town. Every experience I have had here has been wonderful and I highly recommend their services to anyone looking for a veterinary office for their furry children!."
    Avery C