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Welcome to South Alabama Spay and Neuter Center!
We are located in Mobile, AL and are dedicated to decreasing pet overpopulation. South AL Spay and Neuter Center provides a high quality, low cost option for spay and neuter procedures. We have developed a high quality hospital that meets or exceeds the standard of care for these services. We also offer full veterinary services including vaccinations, wellness care, dental cleanings, general surgery, and blood-work.
Dr. Jeni Knizley is our veterinarian. She is a Mobile native and has been practicing in the area for over 7 years. Dr. Knizley's passion is surgery (especially spays and neuters) and shelter medicine.
Please browse around our site for more information and let us know what you think! Thank You!
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If your pet is a patient of ours, you can now access their medical records on-line! Call the clinic at (251) 343-5033 to have your e-mail address added to your account, and you will receive a Welcome E-mail with the information on how to set up your on-line account. This can be used to see if your pet is due for any vaccinations, and you can now order your pet's heartworm and flea medication from this site and have it sent directly to your door! You can also go to www.ePetHealth.com to register there.
Surgeries and exams are by appointment only. You must speak to an office representative to secure your appointment. Please call or visit the office to schedule your appointment.
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