Animal Medical Center of Hattiesburg offers comprehensive services for pets from Hattiesburg and the surrounding areas. Our state-of-the-art hospital offers the latest medical equipment and technology. We have over 40 years of experience and a true passion for providing the patients with outstanding service, Animal Medical Center has the staff and facilities to provide everything, from routine examstointricate surgeries.
You can trust each of our veterinarians and support staff members. We always have at least five doctors on staff at all times, which is why we are the best 24/7 emergency center in the area.
Whether your pet needs a vaccination or critical emergency care, we are the animal hospital you can depend on.
when your pet needs us. Call 601-264-5785 for a FREE estimate on our services.
“WOW!!!!!! My family was traveling to Hattiesburg for spring break, and we did not want to leave Maximus in the hotel room all day. Your center hit the highest mark for customer service.
Animal Medical Center (AMC) staff and facility are far above the standard. The second day Maximus ran to AMC's front door. He had a great time and we have found a home away from home for Maximus."
Satisfied Pet Parents
"What a great experience!! I'm from out of town and had to make an emergency visit to this hospital and Dr. Moseley and the staff were so very helpful. They made me and my dog feel so much better.
Thanks guys, and keep up the good work. God bless."
A Content Pet Owner
"I was visiting Hattiesburg and had to have my dogs boarded here. The staff was very friendly, the facilities were very clean, and the prices were very reasonable.
I would definitely use / recommend Animal Medical Center."
“AMC has treated our pets since the late 80s. We trust them wholeheartedly and respect their opinions with our pets’ best care. The staff always accommodates our babies’ medical needs.
THANKS FROM THE BOTTOM OF OUR HEARTS.”
John Knox Mayfield Jr, DVM
Dr. John Mayfield Jr is a native of Taylorsville, MS. His areas of special interest in veterinary medicine include orthopedics and neurosurgery. He is a member of MVMA and AVMA. He is also an active member of Temple Baptist Church. He resides in Hattiesburg with his wife, Sandy. They have three children, five grandchildren, and one great-grandson.
Dr. Mayfield Jr attended Mississippi State University for his undergraduate studies before transferring to Auburn University. He received a doctorate in veterinary medicine from Auburn University in 1974.
Cliff Lowery, DVM
Dr. Cliff Lowrey is a native of Montgomery, Alabama. Dr. Lowrey joined the Animal Medical Center in 1982. He is a member of MVMA, ALVMA, and AMVA. Dr. Lowrey attends Temple Baptist Church. He resides on his farm in Seminary, MS, with his wife, Mimi. He has two daughters, one granddaughter, one grandson, and three dogs.
Dr. Lowrey received his bachelor of science in animal dairy science from Auburn University. He obtained his doctorate in veterinary medicine from Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine in 1980.
Paul Calhoun, DVM
Dr. Paul Calhoun is a native of Dermott, AR. He opened and operated Animal Care Veterinary Hospital in Hattiesburg in 1988 and merged with the Animal Medical Center of Hattiesburg in 1993. He is a member of MVMA and AVMA. Dr. Calhoun is a member of Temple Baptist Church. He resides in Hattiesburg with his wife, Stephani. They have three daughters and five grandchildren.
Dr. Calhoun received his bachelor of science in agriculture and home economics from Mississippi State University. He received his doctorate in veterinary medicine from the Mississippi State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 1986.
“The staff here is always so welcoming and warming! They have provided me and my dog with the most excellent service each time I have taken her there.
The staff explains everything in terms that I understand and if not, they do their best to help me understand. I will always recommend them for whatever your animal's needs are!”
“Animal ER (AMC) is a very special place. For the past 11 years, we have brought all of our kitties to them for yearly visits as well as many emergencies.
The doctors have taken excellent, comprehensive, loving care of them.”
“Love Animal Medical Center! We adopted our baby Bruce Wayne from here last month, and they have been nothing but kind!
We will continue using them!”
“We are very thankful for the care and concern that all the staff has shown our two little Yorkie boys.
We have been with AMC for almost a year now and are more than pleased. We will not go anywhere else.”
Randall Patrolia, DVM
Dr. Randall Patrolia is a native of Chalmette, LA. He worked in a small animal practice in Picayune, MS, for three years prior to joining the Animal Medical Center in 2000. He is a member of AVMA and MVMA. He resides in Hattiesburg with his wife, Alison, and their two sons. They attend Sacred Heart Catholic Church. They live with their two cats, two labs, and a German shepherd.
Dr. Patrolia received his bachelor of science in biology from Mississippi State University. He received a doctorate in veterinary medicine from Mississippi State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 1997.
John Knox Mayfield III, DVM
Dr. John Mayfield III is a native of Hattiesburg, MS. He was employed by Animal Medical Center as a technician prior to being accepted to Mississippi State University College of Veterinary Medicine. He received his bachelor of science in agriculture engineering. His area of special interest in veterinary medicine includes CT scan and interpretation. He is a member of AVMA and MVMA. He attends Temple Baptist Church. He resides in Hattiesburg with his wife, Stephanie and their daughter and son. They have two dogs.
Dr. Mayfield III received his Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine from Mississippi State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 2005.
Nathan Moseley, DVM
Dr. Nathan Moseley is a native of Moselle, MS. Petal Animal Clinic employed him for three years as a technician prior to his acceptance to Mississippi State University College of Veterinary Medicine. His special interests in veterinary medicine include ultrasound. He is a member of AVMA and president of MVMA. He attends Carterville Baptist Church. He resides in Petal with his wife Tracy and their daughter and son. They have five dogs.
Dr. Moseley received his Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine from Mississippi State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 2005.
“About five years ago I had a dachshund, Woofer, who that was on death's door. I found Animal Medical Center on the Internet. The doctors there gave me another year and a half with Woofer. This is the only clinic my new dachshunds Susie and Trudy go to.
We live about 70 miles from Animal Medical Center, so we pass a lot of other animal clinics on our way there. My only regret is that I didn't know about the Animal Medical Center when Woofer was a puppy.”
“When my dog Eli and I moved here to Hattiesburg in June, I was so nervous about finding a new vet because he HATED our old one.
After a few visits and boarding, he loves going to the vet! He gets so excited when we pull up and he loves the staff. I am very pleased with their services and enthusiasm.
In my opinion, their prices are perfect for the quality of service they provide.”
“I boarded my four-month-old puppy here for two weeks and when I picked him up, he still remembered his training and was still (if not better) with potty training.
Both my dogs came back better behaved than ever and they actually seemed to enjoy being kenneled. They got a lot of love and attention there.”
William Morris, DVM
Dr. William Morris is a native of Dexter, MS. He is a member of AVMA and MVMA. He resides in Hattiesburg with his wife, Paula and their three sons. He is a member of Temple Baptist Church. He has two dogs.
His interests include echocardiography, abdominal ultrasound, and laparoscopy. The doctor’s hobbies are archery, CrossFit, and keeping up with his son’s many activities.
Dr. Morris received his doctorate in veterinary medicine from Mississippi State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 1999.
Jodi Griswold, DVM
Dr. Jodi Griswold is a native of Hattiesburg, MS. She is a member of the AVMA, MVMA, and the International Veterinary Emergency & Critical Care Society. Following graduation in 2011, she completed a small animal internship with Blue Pearl Veterinary Partners in Nashville, TN. She joined Animal Medical Center in 2012. Her areas of special interest in veterinary medicine are emergency and critical care and soft tissue surgery.
Dr. Griswold is a member of Temple Baptist Church and resides in Hattiesburg with her fluffy, four-legged son Jaxon Ridley, an Australian labradoodle. Dr. Griswold loves cooking, leisure reading, and walking the Longleaf Trace.
Dr. Griswold received her Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine from Mississippi State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 2010.
Billy Scott, DVM
Dr. Billy Scott is a 1992 graduate of Mississippi State University College of Veterinary Medicine. After graduation, he established and owned Greenbrier Creek Animal Hospital in Clarksville, AR, from 1992 to 2009. While in private practice, he developed a special interest in veterinary dentistry and began extensive training in this area in 2000. Dr. Scott has spent hundreds of hours working with board-certified veterinary dental specialists across the country.
This extensive training prepared Dr. Scott to treat a wide range of dental diseases – including root canal therapy, crown therapy, all phases of periodontal disease, and orthodontic therapy for the treatment of bite abnormalities. Dr. Scott is skilled in oral surgical techniques for complex extractions, fracture repairs, and oral tumors.
Dr. Scott provided referral dental and oral surgery services in the Arkansas veterinary community from 2003 to 2014 and has been seeing dental referral cases in Mississippi since 2009. Recognized as a leader in veterinary dentistry, he has been called on to lecture and teach labs on various dental topics throughout the country.
His areas of public service include:
Member of Rotary International, 1993-2009, Paul Harris Fellow
Member of Clarksville Rotary Club, 1993-2009
President, Clarksville Rotary Club, 2002-2003
Pack 76 Cub Scout leader, 1999-2004
Troop 76 Boy Scout leader, 2004-2009
He has been married for 25 years. He and his wife, Traci, have two sons, Tyler and David, and a daughter, Sydney. He likes to hunt and loves to fish. He and his family attend Woodlands Presbyterian Church.
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About Our Animal Hospital
Your pets deserve the best medical care, the latest surgical procedures, and the most current technological advancements.
All pets are worth the high level of care that's available at Animal Medical Center of Hattiesburg. Routine and advanced care services are available. Our animal ER is open 24/7.