Serving Decatur AL
Small Animal Veterinarian Clinic
Osborne Animal Clinic
August 3, 2022
There is an outbreak of canine influenza in Birmingham. Vaccines are available for H3N8 and H3N2 and are administered in two shots two weeks apart. We are now requiring ALL dogs attending Lucky Dog Daycare or Boarding at Osborne Animal Clinic to be vaccinated for this very serious influenza.
Flea and Tick Season?
August 1, 2022
BRAVECTO provides 12 weeks* of protection against fleas and ticks with a single treatment and is only available at veterinary clinics. The flea and tick season is here! Pick up your dose at Osborne Animal Clinic.
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July 12, 2023
Don’t forget that water is an essential nutrient for our dogs and cats, and they need a constant supply of fresh water in order to maintain essential body functions,
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Due to a breakout of canine influenza in Birmingham, we are taking several measures to get ahead of the surge in our state. We are REQUIRING all dogs attending Lucky Dog Daycare or boarding at Osborne Animal Clinic be vaccinated for this virus. Dogs will NOT be allowed in daycare or boarding after August 19, 2022, unless vaccinated.
The initial vaccine is $46.50 with a follow-up vaccine in two-three weeks of $46.50. Then annual boosters. Eligible for canine a minimum of 9 weeks or older in good health.
Osborne Animal Clinic
We're pleased to welcome you to Osborne Animal Clinic, where we strive to provide the finest veterinary care possible for both your pet or livestock. Our clinic offers comprehensive wellness care to ensure your pet is healthy now and in the future. We've been in business for over four decades treating our patients as well as boarding and taking care of the pet hygiene bathing of our pet companions.
Veterinary Medicine and Small Animal Surgery
Because an animal's healthcare needs evolve over time, we are happy to offer services that enhance their health and well-being. Our services range from puppy and kitten care to senior pet care, annual wellness exams, boarding and grooming, vaccinations, dental care, diagnostics, lab work, pain management, emergency and urgent care, euthanasia, and hospice care, as well as parasite prevention and more.
Urgent care surgical procedures include skin lacerations or abscesses, internal bleeding, intestinal obstruction from a foreign object, torn cruciate or ACL injuries, fracture repair, malignant skin cancers, bladder stones or urethral blockages, and spleen cancer. Surgical elective procedures are spay neuter, dental extractions, and removal of benign growths of the skin.