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Welcome to The Animal Care Center of Ooltewah
Your Veterinarian in Ooltewah, TN
Call us at 423-238-9005
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The Animal Care Center of Ooltewah's staff is dedicated to providing the highest quality of veterinary care for all stages of our patient's lives. Our staff has a wide range of skills garnered from many years of experience on three continents, North America, Europe and Africa. Our goal is to keep your pet a healthy companion and family member with a good quality of life. Towards that goal we offer wellness care, tailored vaccination schedules, dental care, soft tissue surgery including spays, neuters, declaws, laceration repair, correction of entropion and ectropion, tumor removal, spleenectomy, aural hematoma repair, gastric dilation and torsion correction, orthopedics, ophthalmology with intraocular pressure, emergency and critical care, internal medicine with in house diagnostics utilizing the latest technology for complete blood counts, cytology, parasite exams, serum chemistries, urinalysis, microscopy, digital radiology, blood pressure, grooming and boarding. During surgery we monitor three lead ECG, blood pressure, end tidal CO2, pulse ox, and temperature. Our patient list includes dogs, cats, birds, reptiles and pocket pets and your family member may be dropped off in the morning to fit in with your busy schedule and we will call you after an exam with our recommendations and updates. Your pet family members are our friends.
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Dr. John Mullins
Ooltewah Veterinarian | The Animal Care Center of Ooltewah | 423-238-9005
9124 Amos Road
Ooltewah, TN 37363
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