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                                                          Notice for our clients: 

For the continued safety of our clients and staff, we are offering all curbside service!   Please call us from the parking lot to let us know you are here, and a staff member will come to your car to get your fur baby.  Communication and payments will be handled over the phone, so please make sure we have the correct number to reach you on that day. 

 If you need to pick up medication or food for your fur baby, please call us in advance so that we can have it ready for you.  When you arrive, please call us from the parking lot, and we will bring it out to you.  Again, payment will be handled over the phone. 

 If you currently have COVID-19, have been around someone who has had it within the last 14 days, or are running a fever, please have someone else bring your fur baby for you.  We will still call you to discuss any recommended treatment. 

 Please don’t hesitate to call us with any questions or concerns you may have.  We are still here to care for your fur babies!  We are just trying to keep everyone as safe as we can by taking the recommended precautions.  Thank you for your patience and understanding while we continue to navigate through this together.   

If you have questions or need assistance, please don’t hesitate to call us.  601-992-0900

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    Few things stimulate a cat's pleasure faster than catnip. Exposure to this simple herb can reveal a new side to their feline personality. Many cats will go crazy at the smell of this plant. Catnip has a reputation of being a feline drug and many cat owners wonder if it is safe to give it to their pet. ...

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  • "Dr. Clemmer is the absolute best! I am so thankful my fur babies are back in his care!!! His passion for animals is as if they are all his own. He takes time to talk to you face to face about each baby. Communication is by far the best!! If you have not seen his new practice....... you have got to take the time to do so!! When you board your babies you can even check in on them via web cam!!!!! Congratulations Dr. Clemmer!!! Your place is outstanding!"
    Cindy B.
  • "There's vets who treat your pets like animals & there's vets who treat your pets like what they are--family. Dr. C is the latter."
    Justin M.
  • "I take my baby, snoop, there every couple of days for doggie day care while I work and I absolutely love the people. They are all so warm and welcoming, and love my baby like he is their own! They all seem so sad when he has to leave, and that makes my heart smile because I know he is in good hands with people who love him. Highly recommend!"
    Kelsey G.
  • "We dropped off our youngest kitty to be boarded while we were out of town. They were great and even text us daily pictures to show us how she was doing! Best experience ever."
    Swayze M.
  • "Best people in the business ! Will never use anyone else."
    Russ B.
  • "We just moved to Flowood Pet Hospital and I am so glad we did! We knew Dr Clemmer from before, and he is the absolute best. So is the staff-so friendly and caring! The cats love everyone there too, so it's official-Dr Clemmer is our new Cat Daddy!"
    Loye C.
  • "So glad to have the Clemmers close to home. The new office is awesome!! Highly recommend to all pet owners."
    Tonya E.
  • "Dr. Clemmer is the absolute pet vet in all of Rankin County, and there's a lot of them. His staff is always so sweet and my dogs love them like they're family. Their pet resort is great too and I know my pups will be taken care of and loved each time I drop them off."
    Melissa R.
  • "The BEST place to take your pets. Dr. Clemmer is great!"
    Michael B.
  • "Flowood has been wonderful for my sweet Jeter! We started using their doggy daycare services since I brought home my daughter from the hospital bc he simply needed more attention. They go above and beyond for him! I couldn't have asked for a better place for him to be! We love y'all!"
    Shelbe M.