About Delta Animal Hospital
Delta Animal Hospital is a full service veterinary medical facility located in Bay Minette, AL.
In 1996, Bay Minette native, Michael Biles, DVM established and built Biles Animal Hospital to carry on his late father's passion for serving the animals and people of Baldwin County. Now owned by David Finlay, DVM and his wife Ashley, our practice continues as Delta Animal Hospital to provide the best medical, surgical and dental care to your pets.
At Delta Animal Hospital, our mission is simple – provide outstanding veterinary care and excellent customer service. Achieving that goal begins with our team of compassionate professionals who maintain the highest standard of pet health care. We emphasize prevention as well as healing and promote responsible pet ownership through client education.
Our veterinarians have established a consistent program of procedures and techniques proven to be the most effective in keeping pets healthy. In addition to providing preventive care with a full range of vaccines and parasite medication, Delta Animal Hospital has state-of-the-art laboratory, radiology and surgical equipment to diagnose and treat your pet. We also have an in-house pharmacy with a full range of medications and the ability to hospitalize animals if necessary.
The philosophy of our practice is to treat every animal as if they were a part of our family. We greatly value the friendships we have built with our patients and their owners. As important members of our family, DAH is dedicated to providing your pet with the finest veterinary care possible.
"We have been a part of the Biles family for over 15 years. They have provided the best of health care for our pets and sincere consolation to us when we experienced a loss. You can't find a more caring facility."
- Bobby and Ellee Green
Your pet's health is our priority and excellent service is our promise.
808 West 14th Street
Bay Minette, AL 36507
Phone: (251) 937-0112
Heartworm disease is a widespread problem that affects dogs and cats. This parasite is transmitted year-round by mosquitoes and even indoor animals are susceptible.
Although the infection can be deadly, prevention is easy with a monthly medication. Please consult our staff to find out which product is right for your pet.
Call (251) 937-0112 to speak with a member of our team.