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North Shelby County Animal Hospital
Your Veterinarian in Pelham, AL
Call us at 205-620-3636


COVID-19 UPDATE (6/30/20) PLEASE READ

CURBSIDE SERVICE IS STILL AVAILABLE. We are now allowing clients inside. Please maintain a distance of six feet between yourself and others, when possible. Masks are encouraged, but not required.

**All patients will be seen by appointment only. Please call us at (205)620-3636 to schedule.

**When you arrive for your appointment, please park a significant distance from other vehicles in the parking lot, when possible. Remain inside your vehicle and call our office to check in for your appointment. Please inform the staff of your preference of CURBSIDE or inside service.  At times, we may also have a dedicated staff member outside to help people check in. 

**If you prefer to come inside for your appointment, a staff member will let you know when to enter the lobby. Only one owner will be allowed to accompany patient(s) into exam room for your visit.

**If you prefer CURBSIDE service, a trained staff member will bring your pet inside our office to receive care and return your pet to your vehicle when services are completed. When your curbside visit is complete, payment via debit, credit, or Care Credit may be made by phone. Cash or checks are also accepted and will be collected curbside.

**We are happy to assist you in picking up medications, prescription diets, or retail items, CURBSIDE or in the lobby. Please call us so we may have your items ready for pick up when you arrive.

*Please make the staff aware if you or another member of your household has been exposed to or diagnosed with COVID-19 so we may take additional steps to keep our staff safe while providing care for your pet.

Our goal is to continue to provide your furry family the excellent care you have come to expect from North Shelby County Animal Hospital. Things make look different for a little while, but rest assured your pet will still receive the same quality healthcare they deserve with every visit. We look forward to seeing you soon!

HAVE A PET EMERGENCY? CALL US RIGHT AWAY AT (205)620-3636.

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If you live in Pelham, AL, or the surrounding area, you have picked the perfect place to find your new full service veterinarian. We truly understand the special role your pet plays in your family.

North Shelby County Animal Hospital’s licensed veterinarians, Dr. Brent Chandler, Dr. Brooke Jordan, and Dr. Shae Hicks are committed to providing the best possible care to pets and peace of mind to their owners. Routine preventative medicine, early detection and treatment of disease, as well as comprehensive medical and surgical care ensure your pet’s wellness from nose to tail. Our team of veterinarians regularly attends continuing education seminars to ensure proficiency in the latest innovations in veterinary medicine.

Our comfortable environment allows your pet to relax and look forward to meeting his or her veterinarian. We have a number of resources at your disposal, including information about quality food, nutritional supplements, and the latest advances in preventative healthcare. Our friendly and knowledgeable staff is eager to assist you and your pet with any needs that may arise.

North Shelby County Animal Hospital is conveniently located in Pelham, Al. If you have any questions, email us or contact our office at 205-620-3636. Our expert staff is waiting to assist you. We look forward to becoming your partner in your pet’s healthcare.

Dr. Brent Chandler

Pelham Veterinarian | North Shelby County Animal Hospital | 205-620-3636

2689 Pelham Parkway
Pelham, AL 35124

Office Hours

Monday:

7:00 am-6:00 pm

Tuesday:

7:00 am-6:00 pm

Wednesday:

7:00 am-6:00 pm

Thursday:

7:00 am-6:00 pm

Friday:

7:00 am-6:00 pm

Saturday:

7:00 am-12:00 pm

Sunday:

Drop off/Pick up ONLY

4:00 pm-5:00 pm



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Testimonial

  • "We love you all!! Thank you for giving our Bella such wonderful care and were all there til the end. Reesie and Amber love you all, too. I would tell anyone to use North Shelby County Animal Hospital if they want top notch vets and top notch staff to care for their pets. Number 1 in my book. I've used you guys for many many years and will never leave❤️❤️"
    Deb P. / Pelham, AL

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