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Welcome to Animal Medical Clinic
Your Veterinarian in Fayetteville, AR
Call us at 479-521-5220

Pet Emergency? Call us right away at 479-521-5220!

We are a full service small animal clinic serving Fayetteville, Springdale, Rogers, and the rest of Northwest Arkansas for over 30 years. With over 80 combined years of experience, our seven Veterinarians are dedicated to providing excellent medical care for your pets. Our staff takes the time to build a bond with you and your pet, and pride ourselves on treating everyone like a member of the family.We treat dogs, cats, small mammals, birds, and exotics at Animal Medical Clinic. Our entire staff welcomes you!

At Animal Medical Clinic, we treat your pets like the valued family members they are.


Animal Medical Clinic
479-521-5220
3045 N Market Ave
Fayetteville, AR, 72704

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Meet The Staff

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  • Dr.
    Michael Mohler
    Doctor

    Dr. Mohler attended the University of Arkansas then graduated from Oklahoma State University School of Veterinary Medicine in 1976. He began working at Animal Medical Clinic in 1978. Dr Mohler purchased Animal Medical Clinic in 1983. Dr Mohler and his wife, Debbi, have 2 children ( T.J. and Jamie) and 2 grandchildren (Beckett and Emma). Their pet children include 2 dogs (Blu, an English Cream Retriever, Lucy, a Norwich terrier, and 1 cat (Wallace). In his spare time he enjoys announcing Fayetteville High School football and baseball games, gardening and working on his tractor.

  • Dr.
    Tammy Smith
    Doctor

    Dr. Smith originally began working as a receptionist at Animal Medical Clinic in 1982 while she was a freshman at the University of Arkansas. She graduated from Louisiana State University School of Veterinary Medicine in 1989. After practicing at a companion animal clinic in Houston, Texas for 6 years she returned to her hometown of Fayetteville to work at AMC. In January 2010 Dr. Smith became a partner with Dr. Mohler at AMC. Dr. Smith and her husband, Tom, have 3 children (Harrison, Julia, and Mason). Their pet family consists 4 cats (all of whom have extra toes), 2 dogs, and numerous chickens. Her outside interests include quilting, cooking and working with Fayetteville Lions Club.

  • Dr.
    Sara Huber
    Doctor

    Dr. Huber was raised in Springdale and received her degree in Biological Engineering at the U Of A. She then earned her Veterinary degree from LSU in 2012. When she isn’t seeing patients, her hobbies include hiking, kayaking, and watching NFL football (Her favorite team is the Saints). She also stays busy caring for her pet family: 5 dogs, 1 cat and a corn snake.

  • Dr.
    Crystele Habermehl
    Doctor

    Dr. Habermehl was born and raised in Fayetteville. After high school she attended Milligan College In Tennessee. After graduating she went to Louisiana State University School of Veterinary Medicine. After graduating she and her husband moved to Las Vegas. She practiced in Las Vegas for 2 years before returning to Northwest Arkansas. In her free time she enjoys hiking, camping and relaxing by the lake. They have 2 fur babies: Emma and Penny.

  • Dr.
    Nancy Belknap
    Doctor

    Dr. Belknap is a 1981 graduate of Kansas State University College of Veterinary Medicine. She worked at practices in West Virginia and Missouri before establishing New Hope Animal Hospital in Rogers in 1989, which she owned for almost 20 years. Upon selling the practice, Dr. Belknap has involved herself in her vast number of hobbies like gardening, canning, reading, cooking, and spending quality time with her own pets. She has been married since 1981, and is the proud mom of two...Kyle, who passed away from cancer in 2002 and Aaron who is working on his residency in pathology at Baylor in Dallas. Along with all that she works on a part time basis here at Animal Medical Clinic enjoying internal medicine and dermatology.

  • Dr.
    Lydia Champlin
    Doctor

    Dr. Champlin was born and raised in Fayettteville, She graduated from Fayetteville High then earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Animal Science at Oklahoma State University. She continued her education at OSU Center for Veterinary Health Sciences earning her degree of Doctor of Veterinary Medicine in May. Lydia and her family have been coming to AMC for many years. She volunteered and worked at AMC before moving to Oklahoma for school. Her special interests include cardiology and advanced imaging techniques. In her spare time she enjoys hiking, camping, yoga and hanging out with her dogs.

  • Stacy Pixley
    Certified Veterinary Technician

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  • Karina
    Certified Veterinary Technician

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  • Mary
    Veterinary Assistant

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  • Martha
    Veterinary Assistant

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  • Jeanette
    Veterinary Assistant

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  • Heather
    Veterinary Assistant

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  • Susie
    Office Manager

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  • Debbi
    Office Manager

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  • Tommi
    Office Manager

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  • Carol
    Bookkeeper

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  • Connie
    Receptionist

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  • Jazmin
    Receptionist

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  • Dusti
    Inventory Manager

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  • Addy
    Receptionist

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  • Lauren
    Client and Marketing Specialist

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  • Lisa
    Kennel Attendant

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  • Samantha
    Kennel Attendant and Receptionist

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Office Hours

Our Regular Schedule

Fayetteville Office

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-2:00 pm

Sunday:

Closed

Testimonials

What our clients say about us

  • "The Best!! Thank you Animal Medical Clinic for taking fantastic care of my Goldendoodles over the last 4 years."
    Lindsay Ermann
  • "Amazing veterinarians..truely care about their patients and their clients recommend 100%"
    Linda Young
  • "They a fantastic, they want to help you get your pets back on their feet and feeling good. I highly recommend."
    Matt Cary

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