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Kirby Animal Hospital, founded in 1975 by 2 veterinarians as a small/large animal practice, is now a one doctor, full service veterinary hospital catering to small animals, avians and exotics. Some of our services include preventative health care and education, routine surgery and dentistry, boarding, hospitalization, in-house pharmacy/laboratory, surgical and therapy laser, radiology, and basic grooming.
At Kirby Animal Hospital, we treat your pets like the valued family members they are.
Dr. Melissa L. Hill DVM
San Antonio Veterinarian | Kirby Animal Hospital
4623 Binz Engleman San Antonio, TX 78219
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