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  • I Think My Pet is Allergic to Something, Now What?
    Overview of the types of allergies seen in pets and the treatment options Read more
  • Feline Panleukopenia - Totally Preventable
    A kitten is born and before it reaches its first birthday it dies unexpectedly. It was born healthy. It was protected from disease by its mother’s milk for the first Read more
  • A Dirty Little Secret
    Most people love animals. In 2016, the American Pet Products Association (APPA) estimated there were 90 million dogs and 94 million cats owned in the United States. That’s a lot Read more
  • Kennel Cough
    You hear a honking sound and your first thought is "Has a goose taken over my living room?" Then you realize it's your dog. He has a honking cough that Read more
  • Parvovirus
    If you think vaccinations are a waste of your time and money, then you've probably never had a pet with parvovirus. Canine parvovirus is an extremely contagious virus that affects Read more
  • Heartworm Disease
    If you could do one simple thing to prevent your pet from getting a serious and possibly fatal disease, would you do it? Most pet lovers would say yes. Unfortunately, Read more
  • Should You Spay or Neuter Your Pet?
    An important decision every pet owner needs to make is whether to spay or neuter their pet. Currently, there is an overpopulation of dogs and cats, which leads to millions Read more
  • Forest City Christmas Parade
    We hope everyone had a great Thanksgiving! Don't forget to come out and see us in the Forest City Christmas Parade on Sunday, Nov 30. It's always a fun time! See Read more
  • Happy 4th of July!
    Happy 4th of July! It's a great time for families and friends to get together for fun and fireworks. Though we love our pets to share our holidays, this holiday Read more
  • End of Life Decisions
    Unfortunately, our companion animals have life spans very different from our own. This means, at some point in our lives, we will experience the illness and death of a cherished Read more
  • Memorial Day
    Today is a day that we remember our fallen heroes. Those who have lived, sacrificed, and died so that we can continue to enjoy the many freedoms this country has to Read more
  • Baby, It's Cold Outside
    Cold weather can be an enjoyable time for your pets, but it also has its share of hazards. When temperatures drop, people often think their pets are protected by their Read more
  • Happy New Year!
    Happy New Year from Foothills Animal Clinic! Start the new year off right by signing up for our newsletter. It comes out one or two times a month with topics Read more
  • Merry Christmas!
    From all of us at Foothills Animal Clinic to all of our clients and their pets, we wish you a very, MERRY CHRISTMAS and a HAPPY AND HEALTHY NEW YEAR! Read more
  • Holiday Dangers
    It's the holidays, and there are changes in our homes that make it a very different environment for our pets. Sometimes those changes can even be hazardous to our pets Read more
  • Forest City Christmas Parade
    Don't forget to come see us in the Forest City Christmas parade at 3:00pm on Main Street. We will be on the truck with the big dog house! Don't forget Read more

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Office Hours

To provide a safe environment for our patients, clients, and staff, an appointment is required for all pet visits.

Monday:

8:00 am

5:30 pm

Tuesday:

8:00 am

5:30 pm

Wednesday:

8:00 am

12:00 pm

Thursday:

8:00 am

5:30 pm

Friday:

8:00 am

5:30 pm

Saturday:

Closed

Sunday:

Closed

Meet Our Skilled Team

Learn Who We Are

  • Dr.
    Barbara Booth

    Dr. Barbara Booth moved to Forest City in 2010 with her family. She is married and has one daughter. Her interests include cats, surgery, and exotic pets. She enjoys reading, hiking, and spending time with her family.

  • Dr.
    Gretchen Kelly

    Dr. Gretchen Kelly graduated veterinary school from the University of Tennessee. She moved to Forest City with her husband in 2010. She has an interest in internal medicine, radiology, and ophthalmology. She enjoys playing with her many dogs at home.

  • Dr.
    Samantha Freudenthal

    Dr. Samantha Freudenthal is originally from Spartanburg, SC. She attended undergraduate at Presbyterian College and veterinary school at University of Georgia. She has three dogs-a lovable mutt and two Boston Terriers.  She enjoys spending time in the mountains and making crafts, especially if the crafts are for her dogs.