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Dr.Ryals_and_Building_003.jpg Dr. Amanda Ryals and her team at 287 Animal Hospital would like to welcome you to our website.  We are committed to bringing you and your pet better health by practicing high quality medicine and surgery.  Our hospital is located in the beautiful, fast growing city of Mansfield, Texas, on Hwy 287 north bound service road in between Walnut Creek and Debbie Lane.  We are a one doctor practice and exclusively a small animal (dogs and cats) hospital. Our hospital was established and opened in August of 2003.

Dr. Ryals is a native of Louisiana and graduated from Louisiana State University School of Veterinary Medicine in 1989.  She has been in private practice around the Metroplex since 1989.  Her areas of special interest include small animal medicine and surgery.  Dr. Ryals has been married to her husband since 1990 and has two beautiful children.  Her pets "Colt" a eighteen month old Golden Retriever and "Katie" a eighteen month old Golden Retriever Mix love to visit the hospital.

Our mission is to provide the highest standard of quality and compassion in veterinary care for our patients, informative, and supportive service for our clients, while maintaining a superior working environment for our employees.

287 Animal Hospital offers the Mansfield animal community services such as medical, surgical, dental, grooming, and boarding.  We also have an in-house pharmacy, lab, and radiology facilities.  We are open for appointments during normal business hours M-F 7:30-6 and SAT 8-1.  Thank you for visiting our website and feel free to contact us at 817-453-8884




We now carry the New Canine H3N8 / H3N2 Combo Vaccine. Please call if any questions arise.


For more information on the 2 different Canine Influenza strains and the vaccines that protect your pets, please visit the following website:

http://www.doginfluenza.com/




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http://www.pethealthnetwork.com/

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  • "With our little zoo......3 dogs & 6 cats They only deserve the best treatment, that's why I drive over half an hour to get it!"
    Ranna Perdue with Annie, Boomer, Daisy, Lucy, Omalley & Ringo / Mansfield, TX

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