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Poinsett Animal Hospital works hard to maintain a comfortable and friendly environment for you and your pet. Modern treatment and diagnostic capabilities, three examination rooms, a surgery suite, a designated treatment area, and a well-trained staff ensure all patients are cared for thoroughly and efficiently.
We know how important your pets are to you -- they are part of your family and they deserve the best level of care possible. Because of that, we strongly emphasize client education and communication with you, the pet owner, so that we can work together to ensure
that your friends remain with you for a long, long time. Your pet's health
and well-being is our number one concern.
At Poinsett Animal Hospital, we treat your pets like the valued family members they are.
I'm so happy with my new vet! The team was efficient, on time, no-nonsense and reasonably priced. I didn't feel rushed. They respected my intelligence, and the Doctor himself left a personal message for me explaining my dog's test results and kept me in the loop about future treatment. Highly recommended!
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