Community Involvement in Tuscaloosa

Dedicated to Tuscaloosa, Northport, and the Surrounding Communities

Community Involvement in Tuscaloosa

We take great pride in our dedication to Tuscaloosa, Northport, and the surrounding communities. The staff at Indian Hills Animal Clinic has been recognized for helping Tuscaloosa tornado victims with pet treatment, hospitalization and long-term boarding by the American Veterinary Medical Foundation. Our staff has also volunteered many hours providing food and water to tornado victims and rescue workers.

The Tuscaloosa veterinary team participates in school career programs and science classes. A former Eagle Scout in the Boy Scouts, Dr. Smith assists local troops to earn merit badges in pet health and related subject areas.

In connection with the Tuscaloosa Veterinary Medical Association, Dr. Smith sponsors low-cost Rabies clinics throughout the county. Indian Hills Animal Clinic also participates in Metro Animal Shelter's Pet Adoption Program by providing free pet exams. In addition, we work with T-SNIP to spay and neuter feral cats throughout the area.

Outside of the community, he has traveled annually for over 20 years to Skagway, Alaska, where he provides medical care for residents' pets. Dr. Smith also shares his desire to help others by assisting with pet care during Africa mission trips.

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