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Your May Veterinary Family
Providing Compassionate Veterinary Care for Over 375 Dog Years

JJ and Markie

May Veterinary provides compassionate, high-quality veterinary care for pets in Tuscaloosa, Northport, and the surrounding area. Our mission is to help your pet live a long, happy, and healthy life. We’ve worked hard to achieve this goal for over 50 years, and our family-owned practice continues to serve our clients with love, commitment, and excellence.

We operate two full-service small animal hospitals and a doggie daycare facility:

Our advanced veterinary services include Dental, Surgery, and Wellness & Preventive Care. We have an in-house lab for convenient diagnostics, and we use state of the art equipment to provide the best medical treatment for your animal companion.

At May Veterinary, we make you feel right at home. We treat all pets with the same love and attention as we do our own, and our friendly team is always excited to make new friends.

Bring your pet in for a visit and see the May Veterinary difference.
Call us or schedule an appointment online. We can’t wait to meet you!

May Veterinary Clinic North: (205) 339-3200.

May Veterinary Northridge: (205) 752-6600.

Our testimonials

"May Vet is the best!! Dr. May has taken great care of our pets for years, always going above and beyond our expectations. We are clients for life!" Alyce S.
"We have used Dr. Guy May for all our veterinary needs since we got our dog, Allie, nine years ago. We completely trust his judgement in the care of our pets. Also, Camp May has been a great addition to our community. It's a fun play day and boarding option that our fur baby loves!" Leigh Ann K.
"We have been using Dr. May for over 20 year, and he and his staff have always taken excellent care of our dogs. Camp May has been a wonderful addition and a huge treat for our dog. His tail starts wagging, and he runs to the car with just the mention of Camp May!" Leigh W.

Our Blog

What the HACK!?

What the HACK!?

You know the sound. That dry hacking cough, followed by an exaggerated attempt to retch or gag. Yep that’s probably kennel cough- one of the most common causes of acute respiratory disease in dogs. Now […]

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