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Welcome to Animal Clinic of the Ozarks
Your Veterinarian in Flippin,AR
Call us at (870) 453-7387

Are you looking for a clinic where you can bring your pet for a checkup? Has your furry little friend been in a fight and requires stitches or other care? Or would you be interested in getting prescription dog food or medication? You can find all of these and more here at Animal Clinic of the Ozarks, where we stand behind our slogan: "Treating your pets like our own!"

A Look at What We Do for Pets

The vets and staff at Animal Clinic of the Ozarks can meet a range of your pets' needs. See us for:
Checkups and shots
Routine surgeries
Specialty surgeries
Dental hygiene visits
Pet boarding (for both cats and dogs)
Laser therapy
We'd also like you to know that we only use highly regarded products in our work. These include: Companion Therapy Laser, OraVet, Heartgard Plus, Hill's Science Diet and Frontline Gold.

When Your Animal Needs Care

Animal Clinic of the Ozarks is conveniently located for people in and around Flippin, Mountain Home, Yellville and Harrison. You'll find us right off of Flippin's Highway 62.

If your pet requires immediate attention from a veterinarian, don't hesitate to come to our clinic right away. If you have a non-emergency situation, call our office or send us an email in order to set up an appointment. We look forward to meeting both you and your animals!

Dr. Robyn Theobald | Dr. Sarah Bailey | Dr. Dawn Field
Flippin Veterinarian | Animal Clinic of the Ozarks | (870) 453-7387

27 MC 7088
Flippin, AR 72634


Read What Our Clients Say

  • "Thank you everyone at the clinic for the sympathy card with my Tiger's little paw print. It surely made me cry but you people are the best. You have taken so good of care to our three dachshunds and Tiger the cat. Thank you again."
    Benicia F.
  • "This is without a doubt the best animal clinic in the area. They treat our babies as though they were theirs. Never could I take them anyplace but there. I want to thank everyone for the special care they give them."
    Danny F.

Meet Our Skilled Team

Learn Who We Are

  • Dr. Sarah Bailey

    Dr. Sarah graduated from the University of Missouri in 2002. While at college, she received her DVM (Doctor of Veterinary Medicine). She is married to Benjamin. They are the proud parents of two girls: Averi and Olivia.

  • Dr. Dawn Field

    Dr. Dawn is delighted to be the newest member of the Animal Clinic of the Ozarks team. She received her DVM (Doctor of Veterinary Medicine) from Mississippi State University in 2009. Dr. Dawn and husband Ben have one child: Foster.

  • Dr. Robyn Theobald

    Bio coming soon.

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Flippin Office


8:00 am-5:00 pm


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8:00 am-7:00 pm


8:00 am-5:00 pm


8:00 am-5:00 pm