Meridianville Pet Hospital

12036 Hwy 231-431 N Ste C
Meridianville, AL 35759

(256)828-2286

www.meripets.com

 

At Meridianville Pet Hospital, our goal is to work as a family creating a warm, inviting atmosphere where patient care is our focus. We believe in treating every pet like we would our own. Because every pet is not the same, the staff at Meridianville Pet Hospital works exceptionally hard to give your pets personalized care according to his or her specific needs and to give our clients information, guidance, and understanding throughout the lifetime of your pet.

Dr. Kayla Dougia recognizes the beauty of the human-animal bond and has created a place where that bond can be nurtured. We strive to make every pets visit or stay here as comfortable as possible.

We invite you to become part of the MeriPet family where every pet deserves its own special attention and we never forget that our clients are also our friends and neighbors.

 

 

 

 

Client Survey Comments: "You guys rock!! I am in & out for a thorough appt. in under an hour.  Thank you for valuing my time.....", "Prob the best vet visit I have had..."  "Everyone was GREAT, KIND & GENTLE....", "Libby loves this place & ALL the Medical Team.....", "I felt immediately comfortable, can't say enough positive things....."  "Dr. Dougia was not only good with my dog she was with me as well..."  "I am confident our pets will get the best possible care...."  " I really appreciated Dr. D calling me to update me on the labwork...."  "Keep doing what you are doing. Everyone I encountered was friendly, smiling & seemed genuinely concerned for my pet...." "the atmosphere was great....",  "Clean, friendly, welcoming, I had no issues with my visit...."

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