WELCOME TO ANIMAL MEDICAL CLINIC

(256) 837-9700

SERVING THE TENNESSEE RIVER VALLEY FOR OVER 30 YEARS!

Your pet deserves the best! For more than three decades, Animal Medical Clinic has provided pets in Huntsville, AL with high-quality, compassionate veterinary care. We welcome you to our hospital and look forward to keeping your pet healthy and happy now and for years to come. Be sure to follow us on Facebook and Twitter!

Animal Medical Clinic is a full-service veterinary hospital with a brand new, state-of-the-art facility to serve all of your pet care needs. We offer comprehensive medical, surgical and dental care, as well as boarding and grooming. Our facility is equipped with digital xray and ultrasound. We work with a number of veterinary specialists to offer your pets the best care. Our hospital welcomes all cats and dogs from Huntsville and the surrounding areas. We also see exotic species on a limited basis. Animal Medical Clinic is proud to be an American Animal Hospital Association -certified veterinary hospital. This distinction is achieved by fewer than 15% of the animal hospitals throughout the United States.

Dr. Fastenrath is a Certified Canine Rehabilitator, and offers rehabilitation therapy for pets. Available therapies include underwater treadmill, therapeutic ultrasound, neuromuscular electrical stimulation, low-level laser light therapy, therapeutic massage, and hot and cold compress therapy. Dr. Fastenrath welcomes referral cases for post-operative care, degenerative joint disease (arthritis), and many other orthopedic and neurologic cases.

At Animal Medical Clinic, we treat your pets like the valued family members they are.

Sheri Fastenrath, DVM, CCRP
Lauren Grider, DVM
Andrea Maddox, DVM

Animal Medical Clinic | (256) 837-9700

4655 Research Park Blvd

AAHA Accredited

Huntsville, AL 35806

Meet the Doctors

  • Dr.
    Sheri Fastenrath
    DVM, CCRP

    Owner of Animal Medical Clinic and a general practitioner, Dr. Sheri Fastenrath grew up in Huntsville and began working at the hospital in 1982 in the kennel. Dr. Fastenrath returned to the hospital as a veterinarian in 1990 and purchased the practice in 1993.

    Having received her Bachelor's Degree in Microbiology in 1987 from Auburn University,

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  • Dr.
    Lauren S. Grider
    DVM

    Dr. Lauren S. Grider has special interests in dermatology, oncology, dentistry and feline medicine. Dr. Grider graduated from Auburn UniversityCollege of Veterinary Medicine in 2008. Upon graduation, she was awarded the Association of Feline Practitioners Award for Accomplishments in FelineMedicine and Surgery,

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  • Dr.
    Andrea Maddox
    DVM

    Dr. Andrea Maddox is originally from Tullahoma, TN and grew up riding and competing horses in eventing competitions. She worked as a veterinary technician for equine practices and small animal practices during her college and veterinary school years. Dr. Maddox earned a Bachelor of Science degree in animal science from Mississippi State University in 2004.

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Monday:

7:30 am

6:00 pm

Tuesday:

7:30 am

6:00 pm

Wednesday:

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6:00 pm

Thursday:

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6:00 pm

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