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In operation since 1976, Mt. Vernon Veterinary Clinic provides comprehensive veterinary care, grooming and boarding for pets and farm animals in Franklin County and surrounding areas. From dogs and cats to horses and cattle, we’re here to make sure your animals get the expert, professional, loving attention they need.
When you’re looking for a veterinary clinic in Franklin County, TX that can do it all for your animals, big or small, you needn’t look any further than Mt. Vernon Veterinary Clinic! With more than 30 years of experience and the expertise to treat a wide variety of animals—including livestock and house pets alike—we’re here to do whatever it takes to ensure the health of your animal. From routine checkups to emerging health issues, we’re on hand to make sure that any and all health-related woes are assessed and resolved so your animal can get back on track to living a healthy, happy life.
Our services for small and companion animals includes vaccinations, x-rays, in-house diagnosis and Idexx laboratory testing, dental services, orthopedic surgery, emergency services, boarding, grooming and more. When it comes to large animals (equine and bovine), we offer a range of essential health and wellness services, including obstetrical deliveries and herd management consultation, as well as dental prophylaxis and teeth floating for horses. Take a look at just a few more reasons people from all around the Franklin County area trust us when it comes to their animal’s health and wellness:
Dr. Bishop Curry
Mount Vernon Veterinarian | Mt. Vernon Veterinary Clinic | (903) 588-2291
1671 Sw Access Rd I-30 W
Mount Vernon, TX 75457
The staff is friendly and helpful. We always get great care for our pets when we visit.
David & Melissa M / Mount Vernon, TX
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