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Welcome to CONNOLLY ANIMAL CLINIC P C
Your Veterinarian in Florence,AL
Call us at (256) 757-5376

Pet Emergency? Call us right away at (256) 757-5376!

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Caring Animal Clinic in Florence, AL

At Connolly Animal Clinic P.C., we love animals. We understand how much you love your pet and how stressful it can be when your pet isn't feeling well. We will answer any questions you may have about your pet's condition honestly and compassionately, and while your pet is in our care, we will treat him or her with the same attention and concern with which we would treat our own pets. Our veterinary care center in Florence, AL, is a state-of-the-art facility with a fully functioning lab.

Our facility features the latest in laser medicine, able to perform incredible therapy and surgery on your pet with the use of advanced lasers. Laser therapy is a drug-free treatment for a variety of conditions that eases pain and heals your pet. Additionally, laser surgery is cleaner, safer, more precise and result in a shorter recovery time for your furry friend! Visit our Laser Medicine page to learn more!

We offer emergency veterinary service to ensure your pet has the care they need whenever they need it. Emergency services are available at 256-740-4800, 6pm - 6am, Monday evening through Friday morning, with 24-hour care on the weekend. Our emergency clinic is staffed by a vet and several technicians to take the best care of your pet.

Canine Influenza Information

Canin Influenza, or Dog flu, is a highly contagion virus that can be passed on to your pup very easily; much like the Flu in us humans. It is important to know the signs and symptoms to better help your pet recover.

Severity can vary depending on size and age, but most dogs can recover in 2-3 weeks.

For more helpful information, please below to view a flyer from the American Veterinary Medical Association.

Canine Flu Flyer

Call Connolly Animal Clinic P.C. today to set up an appointment for your pet's best health.

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Dr. Matthew A. Connolly
Florence Veterinarian | CONNOLLY ANIMAL CLINIC P C | (256) 757-5376

3615 Florence Blvd
Florence, AL 35634 2897


3615 Florence Blvd, Florence, AL 35634 | Phone: 256-757-5376 | E-mail: [email protected]

Meet Our Skilled Team

Learn Who We Are

  • Dr.
    Whitney C. Terrell
    D.V.M.
    Associate Veterinarian

    Dr Terrell was born and raised in Florence, Alabama.  She attended Wilson School playing volleyball, basketball and softball throughout high school.  Dr. Terrell earned a scholarship to play volleyball at NWSCC where she was part of the back to back State Championship teams.  She then transferred to the University of Alabama and earned a degree in Biological Sciences.  Dr. Terrell attend veterinary school at the University College Dublin in Ireland.  During her clinical years she would return home to intern with Connolly Animal Clinic.  Dr. Terrell graduated in 2016 and went to work at Quad-Cities Animal Hospital in Tuscumbia Alabama.  Dr. Terrell began working as a relief veterinarian for Fisher Animal Hospital and Connolly Animal Clinic in 2018 before starting full time with us in February.  She married her husband Matt in 2016 and welcomed their daughter, Rylie in 2018.  

    Dr. Terrell is a member of the American Veterinary Association, Colbert/Lauderdale Veterinary Medical Association and servers as an alternate representative of CLVMA for Alabama Veterinary Medical Association.  She is also USDA accredited.  

    In her spare time, Dr. Terrell enjoys spending time with her friends and family, CrossFit, reading, binge watching TV and Marvel movies, attending Church of the Highlands.  In contrast to Dr. Matt, Dr. Terrell is a hard-core Alabama fan (Roll Tide!) which will make for some fun rivalry come football season!  

    Dr. Terrell has two dogs, Dobby and Lady Wiggle Bottom. 

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  • Dr.
    Matthew A. Connolly
    D.V.M
    Owner/Veterinarian

    Dr. Matt was born and raised in St. Florian Alabama. He attended Bradshaw High School and then attended Auburn University.

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Hours of Operation

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Monday:

7:30 am-5:30 pm

Tuesday:

7:30 am-5:30 pm

Wednesday:

7:30 am-5:30 pm

Thursday:

7:30 am-5:30 pm

Friday:

7:30 am-5:30 pm

Saturday:

Closed

Sunday:

Closed

Testimonials

Read What Our Clients Say

  • "Thank you Connelly for your help all the years with Snoopy, and for your helping us tell him bye today! Your whole staff was wonderful!"
    Joel S.
  • "Very nice people and they took great care of our Cookie. �� thanks so much for all y’all do!!!"
    Shanalee A.

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