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Southwest Pet Hospital has been caring for the pets of Northwest Arkansas for over 40 years. As of February 2011, Dr. Michelle Wendell is proud to call Southwest Pet Hospital her new home. Dr. Wendell has a strong passion for excellent patient care and customer service. We encourage you to drop in and visit us. Our door is always open.
We offer complete medical and surgical services for cats and dogs, including in house and reference laboratories, radiology, dentistry, and pain management. Preventative medicine, customized vaccine protocols and managing problems in our senior pets is among our priorities. Dr. Wendell has had many years’ experience in treating difficult ear, skin and allergy problems as well as seeing second opinions. In addition to our regular veterinary services, we also offer boarding and routine bathing/hygiene services.
Dr. Wendell has a strong belief in community service and is very active in animal rescue efforts. Southwest Pet Hospital is home to Recycled Rovers Rescue which rescued nearly 70 animals from certain death in overcrowded shelters and rehomed them in their first 6 months of existence.
Dr. Michelle Wendell
Springdale Veterinarian | Southwest Pet Hospital | 479-751-5601
1202 Henryetta Street, Springdale, AR 72762
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