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  • Cognitive Dysfunction Syndrome 2018
    Cognitive Dysfunction Syndrome/CDS is a disease process of the aging brain of animals, as they are living huge life spans. This seems to be the same process as Alzheimer's disease Read more
  • Hydration is the Topic of 2016!!
    In the veterinary field there is an enormous stir in how dehydrated our pets are, especially cats. Renal disease is the #1 killer in cats and increasing in dogs. Blood Read more
  • Multi Modal Anesthesia and Local Anesthesia
    Veterinary medicine is always moving forward, and if you do not keep up learning you will behind. South Franklin Animal Hospital is keeping up with better, safer, and more effective anesthesia protocols. Both Read more
  • Multi-Modal Treatment Approach
    I am finding that of our most successful, long term treatments, the multiple modal model is best for pet and owners. There is no one treatment or injection that solves most cases. Read more
  • Fear Free Veterinary Practice Approach at SFAH
    SFAH Goal 2016 is building remodel into a total facility for fear free veterinary medicine, grooming, and boarding. Fear Free approach to patient handling has been the most eye opening and Read more

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Monday:

7:00 am-6:00 pm

Tuesday:

7:00 am-6:00 pm

Wednesday:

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Thursday:

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Friday:

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Saturday:

7:00 am

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Sunday:

4:00 am-5:00 pm

Testimonials

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  • "Again and Again, we receive such amazing treatment at SFAH. We have been clients since the opened, and have no plans to go anywhere else. Our animal was in an altercation with another and SFAH was thorough in treatment and answered every last question I had. Big practice knowledge and experience with a small practice feel."
    Terre G.
  • "The Doctor and nurses are very friendly and provide good care. The examination room is not as clean as it used to be but there are lots of toys/treats for our cat."
    Helen D.