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Welcome to Animal Medical Clinic

We treat all living things with tender loving care

 Our team at Animal Medical Clinic is committed to bringing you and your pets better health by practicing the science of Veterinary Medicine.  Our Kingsville based Animal Medical Clinic was founded by Dr. Underbrink in 1977Since then our staff has been performing veterinarian medicine and compassionate animal care in the Kingsville area. We are a full-service Animal Hospital whose mission is to provide the highest standard of quality and compassion in veterinary care for our patients.  clinic_pics2_5_15_08_004_1.jpgThe superior working environment for our staff allows us to offer a welcoming, informative, and supportive service to our clients.  We offer the Kingsville animal community emergency veterinary services in addition to standard medical, surgical, and dental veterinary care.  We service both small and large animals.   Our in-house lab, pharmacy, x-ray equipment, and oxygen care unit allows us to deliver immediate emergency care to our patients. Our facility also offers boarding and grooming services.  We are open for appointments during normal business hours on Monday thru Saturday, and also see walk in emergencies during these times. Unfortunately, due to the rising cost of staffing for after hour veterinary emergency service, it has become more economical for our clients and patients to be referred to a fully staffed 24 hour emergency facility to service after hour emergency calls. This decision was also made with the safety of the pet, client and staff in mind. We refer to Oso Creek Animal Emergency Center for after our emergency care. Their number is (361)994-1145, and they are located at 7721 S. Staples in Corpus Christi.   

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  • "Animal Medical Clinic has always shown great care with my pets. The vets and staff are professional courteous people. Thank you so much for the excellent treatment of my pets which I love so much. ;o)"

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