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Welcome to Saraland Veterinary Clinic
Your Veterinarian in Saraland AL
Call us at (251) 679-0370

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Saraland Veterinary Clinic and Kritter Sitters in Saraland, Alabama is a full service veterinary clinic and pet salon. Our main goal is to provide quality care for your pet throughout their life. Our facility and services are designed to assist in wellness and critical care, dental and surgical care, boarding, grooming, nutrition and the everyday needs of your pet. We are proud to say that we have been treating your pets like our own in the North Mobile community for over 35 years and we thank you for your trust and loyalty!

At Saraland Veterinary Clinic, we treat your pets like the valued family members they are.

Saraland Veterinary Clinic Saraland Veterinarian | (251) 679-0370

1222 Saraland Blvd. S.
Saraland, AL 36571


DECEMBER SPECIAL

Have your pet's Full Yearly done and

get a 25% Discount on any one item at Kritter Sitters.

Restrictions may apply, does not include

heartworm prevention, flea prevention, or Hills pet food.

Call the clinic today for more details!

Meet Our Skilled Team

Learn Who We Are

  • Dr. George
    Veterinarian

    Dr. George was born in Birmingham but has lived in Mobile since 1969. He graduated from Auburn in 1980 and opened the Saraland Vet Clinic in 1981. At home Dr. George and his wife have two Shih Tzsus, a Dachshund, two German Shepherds , a Boxer-mix rescue, a Westie, a mixed breed rescue and a Great Pyrenees. They also have cats, horses, donkeys, goats, ducks, geese and chickens.

  • Dr. LaTina Gambles
    Veterinarian

    I graduated from Tuskegee University and have a great interest in internal medicine. I have worked at the Saraland Vet Clinic since 2015. I enjoy working with small animals and exotic species and that has influenced my choice of pets which includes two Dachshunds named Sputnik, and Zelda, 2 Geckos named Flea, and Chernobyl, and 3 Chinchillas named Bishop, Layla, and Munchkin. I look forward to taking care of your fur babies!

  • Tiffany
    Office Manager

    My name is Tiffany, I am the office manager of Saraland Veterinary Clinic and the Heart of Dixie Vet Clinic. I live in Saraland with my husband, son, and two dogs Button and Tater Tot. Working at the clinic brings me great joy. Helping our patients and providing an enjoyable visit for every client is my number one priority. I look forward to meeting your family and fur babies!

Location

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Office Hours

Our Regular Schedule

Saraland Office

Monday:

7:30 am-5:30 pm

Tuesday:

7:30 am-5:30 pm

Wednesday:

7:30 am-5:30 pm

Thursday:

7:30 am-5:30 pm

Friday:

7:30 am-5:30 pm

Saturday:

7:30 am-5:00 pm

Sunday:

Closed

Testimonials

Read What Our Clients Say

  • "I want to thank Dr. Luckie and the amazing staff. Its been a rough couple weeks and i almost lost my best friend Leo. They treated me like family and they never gave up on him. I was for aure he was not gonna make it but Dr Luckie didnt give up not one bit and she saved his life. I will continue to go there no questions asked."
    Jeremy G.
  • "Thanks for 15yrs & counting, Dr.Luckie was wonderful with Timmy. We Love Dr.George & all the staff."
    Nannette L.
  • "Dr Lucky is the best vet ever ! She has been great with both our pups . Yesterday she did a very delicate eye surgery on our little baby girl Chihuahua, Lillie and she looks great . Dr lucky is up to date on new procedures and so loving and great with families too . This vet is a must if you love you pups"
    Terry Peck
  • "5 star rating, great Dr's and staff is so understandable, very considerate and caring. I have been using this clinic for a long time allways treated so respectable."
    Susan Mcconaghy
  • "I love this place the people and the atmosphere!!"
    Sarah Wood
  • "Dr Ben George saved my girl Prissie's life and is the only vet she's ever seen. He's the best!!"
    Sharon Sandy Henderson

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