All Animal Clinic


All Animal Clinic
All Animal Clinic is listed in the Veterinary Clinics & Hospitals category in Hattiesburg, Mississippi. Displayed below is the only current social network for All Animal Clinic which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of All Animal Clinic on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 79.

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2138 Oak Grove Rd
Hattiesburg, MS 39402
(601) 268-8880
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Dexter is our Pet of the Day. Bull Terriers are happy, comical, and playful, but are very strong-willed and stubborn when the mood strikes them. There is no mistaking the bull terrier for any other breed. With his football-shaped head, muscular body, and unmatched swagger, this dog commands attention anywhere he goes. He's a high energy tough guy with a soft heart, crazy about kids, will do anything for a child, and strongly attached to his family. The Bull Terrier is an indoor dog. Besides having a short coat unsuited to cold or wet weather, he thrives on companionship and needs to be with his family when they are home. Famous Bull Terriers are "Spuds McKenzie" used in Bud Light commericials, the Target mascot "Bullseye", General Patton's "Willy", and Patsy Ann famous for predicting the impending arrival of ships to port in Juneau, Alaska.

Abigail is our Pet of the Day. The Pomeranian is a small Spitz type dog originating in Central Europe. Poms are in the Toy group and consistently rank as one of the most popular breed of dog. Their friendly and lively demeanor make them excellent pets and therapy dogs.

Happy Valentine's Day! We wish you lots of love, today and always!

Timmy is our Pet of the Day. The Domestic Longhair is basically a Domestic Shorthair with fancier, longer fur. The long fur gene is recessive, though, so only about 1 in every 10 cats will be a longhaired cat, making these felines more rare than their shorthaired counterparts. The medium to long fur can range from 2 to 6 inches in length. And if a Domestic Longhair also has a neck ruff, it will make his head look even broader than it really is. Foot and ear tufts are also possible on some Domestic Longhairs. Like their personalities, the physical features of a Domestic Longhair can vary considerably, depending upon the breeds and genes in an individual cat’s ancestry. This is why Domestic Longhairs come in a range of sizes, shapes, body types, and facial expressions.

Please don't ignore your pet's bad breath. Bad breath is often a warning sign of dental disease. When was your pet's last dental exam?