Veterinarian Recommendations


The veterinarians we list on this page either have been recommended by members of our organization. Regardless of the recommendation, you should always interview a veterinarian to determine if he/she is right for you

To help you with the interview process, click here. 

If you select one of the veterinarians on this page, please let them know you found them through Alabama EARS' website.

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Primary Care in Birmingham 

Dr. Alvin Atlas

Dr. Campbell

Riverview Animal Clinic

4640 Highway 280 

Birmingham, Alabama

(205) 991-9580


Dr. Atlas is the primary veterinarian for Alabama EARS, and we are honored that he continues to serve on the Alabama EARS Board of Directors. 


Eye Care in Birmingham Area

Webpage: Veterinary Eye Care

Dr. Jana Korsch

Dr. Susan R. Nelms, D.V.M.

3783 Pine Lane, S.E.

Birmingham, Alabama 35022

(205) 428-5256


 Hartselle & Decatur Area

North Alabama Cat and Bird Clinic

Dr. Strother

Dr. Moore

1110 East Main Street

Hartselle, AL 35640

Phone: (256) 773-0844

Fax: (256) 773-0824




Dr. O'Brian, DVM

Carriage Hills Animal Hospital and Pet Resort

3200 Eastern Blvd.

Montgomery, Alabama 36117

(334) 277-2867


**Dr. Eric Lewis

Bell Road Animal Clinic

2585 Bell Road

Montgomery, AL

** New to list. Recommended by EARS members.


Huntsville Area

Please note: the veterinarians listed in the Huntsville area are a relatively new addition to our list and we have had limited feedback from our members concerning them. As with every recommendation, you should always interview a veterinarian to determine if he/she is right for you.

Wilson McManus II, DVM.

Lisa Prendergast, DVM

Rebecca Lofty, DVM

Valley Animal Hospital & Pet Resort

7535 Bailey Cove Road

Huntsville, AL 35802

(256) 881-8899



Why We Volunteer



Meet Prada Moon. She was surrendered to a shelter & was going to be put to sleep after biting shelter personnel. Luckily, the compassionate caretakers at the shelter allowed EARS to bring Prada home. Within one week of Prada being in her forever home, she had stopped lunging, bitting, and growling. All she needed was to be loved & for humans to learn to respect her personal space. 

Why do we volunteer? Because everybun deserves a wonderful home with love and security. Seeing Prada happily snuggling with her two best-bun friends is reason enough.

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