Lee Veterinary Clinic
Date: Tuesday, March 07 @ 21:50:10 MST
Topic: Equestrian Veterinarians


484 Bachelor Road
Atmore, AL 36502
(251) 368-8668 (24 hours/day)


Equine services make up the majority of our large animal services. We have a 4600 square-foot equine hospital built in 2003. The following is a partial list of equine services:

General Elective Surgery

  • Including treatment of severe soft tissue and orthopedic injuries
    Reproductive Surgery

  • Stallion Castrations (including cryptorchids)

  • Mare Spays

  • Vaginoplasty

  • Urethroplasty

  • Perineal Repairs

  • Circumcisions

  • General Medicine
    Dentistry
    Full Dental Services including Extractions
    Neonatal Care
    Reproductive Medicine

  • Artificial Insemination (including shipped semen evaluation)

  • Breeding Soundness Exams

  • Estrus Synchronization

  • Pregnancy Determination

  • Twin Reduction

Full Medical Colic Services

  • With rare exception, we refer all “surgical colics” to one of the Equine Surgical Referral Hospitals in Alabama. All medical colics are handled in our hospital.

Radiography

  • Limb, Head, and Foal radiographs

  • Ultrasonography

  • Endoscopy

  • Cytology

  • Complete In-House Blood work


Lee Veterinary Clinic, P.C. offers after hours emergency services for our clients. To contact us after normal business hours, please call the clinic phone number (251-368-8668) and follow the prompts. Be sure to leave your name and phone number so the doctor will be able to contact you.

Often, we will have multiple clients present with emergencies simultaneously. At times like this it may take the doctor longer to get back with you. If the doctor has not contacted you within 20 minutes, please call back because you may have forgotten to leave your telephone number (this happens very often).

When several emergency calls come in at once, they will be handled in order of their priority. Emergency priority is based obviously on the severity of the medical problem; but also on the veterinary-client-patient relationship. As with most veterinary hospitals, established clients are given higher priority. We are a client-based service business and taking care of our clients is our job.

We also take emergency referrals from other area veterinary hospitals.







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