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Opp Veterinary Hospital is proud to serve the Opp, AL, area with reliable animal care. We are committed to making top-notch veterinary services accessible and beneficial for your pet. Our team is here to keep you informed on your pet’s health throughout their life.

We are here to provide you with the tools you need to set your furry family member up for success and healthy living. Our online forms, payment information, and more are available for you to gather the materials you need for your pet’s care.


We want to ensure your pet receives the care they deserve, which is why we make it easy to become a patient of our clinic. Check out the form below and feel free to print and fill it out before your first appointment or email it to us at

Older woman pet owner holding her dog during a checkup at Opp Veterinary Hospital

Payment Options

We expect payment when the services are completed and do not bill to stay focused on our patients’ needs and customer service. We accept Visa, Mastercard, Discover, American Express, and cash at your convenience. All cards must be signed by the owner of the card. We do not accept checks.

When unexpected illness strikes a pet, unexpected expenses strike as well. Opp Veterinary Hospital recomends you make special arrangements through the CareCredit program. It takes just 5 minutes to complete an application and allows you to pay in monthly installments.

You can apply online at

Highlights of the CareCredit program:

  • Low Monthly Payments
  • Determine Approval in a Few Minutes
  • No Annual Fee

Veterinary Topics

Cat having a bath

Does Your Cat Need a Bath?

When Should You Bathe Your Cat? Bathing may be one of your favorite ways to relax, but chances are that your cat has a very different opinion. In fact, even a few drops of water may send your feline friend scurrying for safety under your bed. Despite your pet's...
Golden retriever drinking out of the toilet

How to Pet-Proof Your Home

Tips for Pet-Proofing Your Home Could hazards in your home injure or sicken your pet? Unfortunately, the very things that make your house or apartment comfortable for you could pose dangers to your dog, cat, bird, or small animal. Although it may not be possible to...
Dog receiving a treat

What You Can Do To Protect Your Dog From Worms

What Causes Worms in Dogs and How Can You Prevent It? Worms can make your dog miserable and even lead to death in some cases. Fortunately, your veterinarian offers treatments that will help you keep your dog worm-free. In addition to scheduling regular visits with the...

Contact us at 334-493-6687 if you have any questions about our veterinary services, payment, or forms!

Opp Veterinary Hospital
207 AL-52 E
Opp, AL 36467

Monday - Friday:
7:30 AM - 5:00 PM