Kirk Veterinary Clinic in Kimball, TN

Kirk Veterinary Clinic in Kimball, TN

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Kirk Veterinary Clinic in Kimball, Tennessee

  • Phone Number: +1 423-837-5560
  • Address: 1960 Main St, Kimball, TN 37347, United States
  • Zip Code: 37347
  • Category: Veterinary care
  • Total Reviews: 381
  • Average Rating: 4.7

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Pet Shops in Kimball near Kirk Veterinary Clinic

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Pharmacies in Kimball near Kirk Veterinary Clinic

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4 thoughts on “Kirk Veterinary Clinic in Kimball, TN”

  1. hey i was wondering how much to surgery remove an eye from a 12 yr old dog? her sisters got into a fight to see whos more dominant and they tumbled onto her and she fought back in self-defense and she came out ok at first but she started losing sight in her left eye and i couldn’t figure out why so fast forward a few months and the eye is black and dried up and has fallen out of the socket and it hurts her when she wakes up and i was wondering how much it is and will it be ok if i used a 3″ by 4″ antibacterial bandaid to cover it?

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    • Although I understand cost being a good question to ask, but my question to you is if it’s more than you have does your dog not get the medical?

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  2. I have a pigmy goat with his head crooked to the side. Not necessarily walking in circles but acting out of the norm. Even fell down trying to move away from me. Do y’all see goats? No visible sign of snake bite and I’m almost positive no animal has got him by the neck.

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  3. As an employee of Kirk veterinary clinic the information on this site is invalid due to us being strictly paper we do not have a website nor can we answer calls, texts, or any other kind of questions you may have on this website please call the clinic directly for anything you may need.

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