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Your Veterinarian in Jacksonville, FL
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At Butler Animal Clinic we strive to create personal and long-lasting relationships with pets and their families by offering high-quality, comprehensive medical and surgical care for dogs and cats throughout all stages of life. We are a full service veterinary clinic and are committed to staying current with medical advancements through continuing education and by investing in modern technology. Also, we pride ourselves in excellent client communication and service with a goal to leave no unanswered questions at any appointment.

We want to give all pets a chance at good health and a long and happy life. As your partner in your pet's health, we will walk you through the importance of preventative care. When they are sick, we will be their voice, explaining diseases in a way you can understand and helping you to make educated decisions about your pet's health.

Take a moment to browse our site. We have a number of resources for you to learn about how to better care for your pets and a list of our services so you can get the most out of your veterinary care. If you have any questions call (904) 619-2323 or email us at [email protected] and we will promptly get back to you! You can also subscribe to our newsletter which is created especially for Jacksonville pet owners.

We hope you like what you see. We look forward to meeting you and the furriest members of your family very soon!

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

Dr. Donald Cook
Jacksonville Veterinarian | Butler Animal Clinic | (904)619-2323

4765 Hodges Blvd. Suite 15
Jacksonville, FL 32224

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  • "I was unhappy with my previous veterinarian and was looking to switch when I found Butler Animal Clinic! Everyone was kind, and it does not feel like a business that was only looking for my money. The veterinarian was reassuring about my pet and I felt he recommended only what was needed and he did not push anything unnecessary!"

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