Welcome to our
Warrior Veterinary Clinic
Beyond cats and dogs, we welcome pocket pets, ferrets and other small mammals as well as horses and goats as patients. Stewart Animal Clinic was founded in 1979 and serves the tri-county area of North Jefferson, West Blount and South Cullman counties for veterinary care, pet surgery, pet boarding & pet grooming.
We provide quality, individualized vet care for all stages of your pet’s life. Traveling out of Warrior? Stewart Animal Clinic's boarding facility can care for your pets when you travel out and need a safe and loving place for them to stay. Treat your pet to our spa grooming services for baths, nail trims
Read our reviews from Warrior pet owners!
We had to rush our sweet 15 year old daschund there for a failing heart. The care and compassion we received was overwhelmingly heart felt.
I love Dr. Tucker. She took care of my new Border Collie puppies and my new Mini-nubians Buckings! Very knowledgable. Especially when it is difficult to find small animal Veterinarian!
Our Veterinary Services
The veterinarians and staff at Stewart Animal Clinic are ready to provide your pet with cutting edge veterinary medical care. From wellness exams and vaccines to advanced diagnostics and complex surgical procedures, your dog, cat or ferret will receive high quality care at our hospital. To view all our services, click here.
News & Promotions
June 19, 2019
Welcome Dr. Melody Sharp to Stewart Animal Clinic!
Dr. Melody Sharp is a 2019 graduate from Mississippi State University College of Veterinary Medicine. She was born and raised in Cullman, where she started volunteering and working at a local veterinary clinic at a very young age. She earned her bachelor's degree in Animal and Dairy Sciences at Mississippi State University, where she developed a passion for large animals in addition to her love for small animals.
April 30th, 2019
Remembering your pet’s medications and heartworm preventatives are vital to maintaining the health, and well-being, of your pet. Monthly heartworm prevention (or those administered by a veterinarian every 6 months) must be given on schedule to maintain their effectiveness. Here are some tips and tools to remind you when to administer your pet’s heartworm prevention medication....
March 1, 2019
Welcome Dr. Bryan Murdock! Dr. Murdock grew up on a cattle farm in Kentucky and has experience working with large & small animals. He graduated from Auburn University veterinary school and worked at the Memphis Zoo and an animal hospital in Tennessee. He enjoys being outdoors, mountain sports & spending time on the water with his fiancee. They have a Border Collie, a cat & 2 sugar gliders at home. Welcome!
February 4, 2019
A veterinarian in Shelby County, Alabama just south of Birmingham confirmed a case of rabies in a raccoon that bit a dog.
January 25, 2019
Did you know that dogs and cats experience the same dental problems as people? Pets can get plaque and tartar buildup that can lead to gingivitis and dental disease. Dental disease is THE most common disease in dogs. Recent studies show that 85% of cats and 92% of dogs over age 3 have periodontal disease. Don't let your pet be a statistic- schedule their dental cleaning appointment today!...