Callahan County Veterinary Clinic

Callahan County Veterinary Clinic


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Callahan County Veterinary Clinic carry the ! They're in Clyde, TX on N Access Rd., or call 325-893-5895

Serving the Callahan County Vet needs for 27 years!!!! Welcome to Callahan County Vet Clinic!

We have served Callahan County and the surrounding areas since 1975. We are a full-service mixed animal veterinary hospital with two full-time veterinarians, Dr. Ancinec and Dr. Needham.

Operating as usual

Photos from Callahan County Veterinary Clinic's post 09/25/2022

Here's to another continuing education conference in the books!!!! Had a great time as usual ❤️❤️


We are training them young! We had the privilege of bringing most of our staff again to the Southwest Veterinary Symposium to further our education! Lil baby River is starting his CE super early! 😘


May we never forget!



We will be closed today, Monday. September 5th, but will resume normal business hours tomorrow!


Our dog jokes are better than our dad jokes! 👨 🤣🐕


Happy National Dog Day! Drop your favorite picture of your dog! 🐕


Happy Birthday, Azra! 😍🎂


We want to wish Mike a very Happy 14th Birthday! 🥳


Be aware everywhere!

Welcome to Abilene, watch your step: Airport puts up signage for snake problem


Let Freedom Ring


We will be closed Monday, July 4th in observance of the Holiday. We will resume regular business hours on July 5th. Also, fireworks affect a variety of animal species, not just dogs! Please have a safe and happy holiday! 🐹🐱


The American Veterinary Medical Association's 8 Things you can do to protect your dog in the summer:

1. Never, ever leave your dog in the car.
2. Make sure your dog has unlimited access to fresh water.
3. Make sure your dog has access to shade when outside.
4. Take walks during the cooler hours of the day.
5. When walking, try to stay off of hot surfaces (like asphalt)
because it can burn your dog's paws.
6. If you think it's hot outside, it's even hotter for your pet – make
sure your pet has a means of cooling off.
7. Keep your dog free of external parasites (fleas, ticks) and
heartworms – consult your veterinarian about the best product
for your pet.
8. Consider clipping or shaving dogs with long coats (talk to your
veterinarian first to see if it's appropriate for your pet), and apply
sunscreen to your dog's skin if she or he has a thin coat.

Call us or your regular veterinarian if you have any questions!

Mysterious 'object' caught on camera at Amarillo Zoo, Do you know what it is? 06/08/2022

Mysterious 'object' caught on camera at Amarillo Zoo, Do you know what it is?

Any guesses?? 🤔🤔

Mysterious 'object' caught on camera at Amarillo Zoo, Do you know what it is? A mysterious "object" was caught on camera at the Amarillo Zoo. The city is asking for help to identify it. Around 1:25 a. m. on May 21, security cameras inside a perimeter fence at the zoo "captured a strange image. " "Was it a person with a strange hat who likes to walk at night? A large coyote on...


Power is back up and running!! Yay!!


We will be closed Monday, May 30th in observance of Memorial Day. We will reopen 8:00 am Tuesday morning.🇺🇲


It never hurts to be prepared!






Gifting animals for Easter might be a bad idea according to veterinarian 04/14/2022

Gifting animals for Easter might be a bad idea according to veterinarian

With Easter around the corner, we found these written words something to contemplate!
"Bunnies, chicks and ducklings need a lot of care and space, can be injured easily by children who don't know how to hold them, and can spread disease for people who try to cuddle them -- all reasons why parents should not buy the baby animals as Easter gifts. Instead of making an impulse purchase and later giving the animal to overburdened shelters, parents can encourage their children's love of animals with a gift certificate for a visit to the zoo."
The full story can be read at:

Gifting animals for Easter might be a bad idea according to veterinarian A lot of preparation and education is needed before housing a rabbit, duck, or chick, according to Utah State University's Veterinary school.


Today was Tamara's last day as a full time employee. We will miss her and wish her the best of luck! We didn't get pictures because we were so busy except for the one of her cake 🤪


We are hiring! Needing a Vet Tech for full and part time. No experience required but must be dependable, eager to learn, and be able to work in a fast paced environment! NO PHONE CALLS!!!! Stop by the clinic to complete an application and schedule an interview.


Attention dog owners: read below and make sure to check labels on before offering your pet any kind of sweet treat!


Our servers are down this morning. Please be patient until we get them back up. Thank you! Our phone are working though! Yay! Happy Monday!

Photos from Callahan-Shackelford Counties Farm Bureau's post 03/18/2022

This is our super sweet amd smart Megan! Congrats!


Top of the day to ya! Happy St Patrick's Day!

Photos from Callahan County Veterinary Clinic's post 03/03/2022

Meet Miss Sadie! This adorable 14 year old young lady came to visit us today. She got her teeth all polished and pretty'd up! Did you know your pets teeth are an indication of their health? Their teeth are a window to their overall health! Bad teeth can affect kidney, liver, and heart functions. It's recommended they get periodontal care yearly!

Photos from Callahan County Veterinary Clinic's post 02/26/2022

This baby was found by a client in Baird off of Collowhill. She said he is very friendly, and she has him in the back yard to keep him safe till Monday when animal control can pick him up, or owners are found. Please let us know if anyone recognizes him and we can get you in contact with finder!!

Owner has been found!!!

Photos from Emergency Veterinary Clinic Abilene, TX's post 02/26/2022

Photos from Emergency Veterinary Clinic Abilene, TX's post


We are open today! Please don't drive unless it is absolutely necessary. Safety is top priority!


Happy Two's Day!!


Show us your pets pretty smile!!



Happy Valentines Day!!


We are currently open! We will be closing early though. Be safe if you must travel!


We will be closing at noon today. Bring your pets inside and thank a lineman for keeping electricity going during these cold days!


Due to the incoming inclement weather, we will be closing early tomorrow, February 3, 2022. We will be here until noon for scheduled surgeries. Thank you and please be safe out there if you must travel. 🐶🐱🐮🐰🦙🐷


We are currently closed due to COVID and staffing issues. We will be open tomorrow until noon for all appointments that were previously scheduled but will close again at 1 tomorrow. We plan to be open regular business hours Monday, January 17th as long as we have enough staff. We have returned to curbside service for now and our lobby will remain closed and our doors locked until further notice. We appreciate your patience and understanding.


Due to the abnormally high number of COVID cases and other illnesses currently in Callahan County, we have decided to LOCK OUR DOORS AGAIN. We apologize for the inconvenience. Please remain in your car and call us at 325-893-5895 to let us know what number you are parked in. Together with a little patience, lots of handwashing we will prevail! We greatly appreciate each and every one of our clients and only want what is best for everyone!

Our Story

Welcome to Callahan County Vet Clinic! We have served Callahan County and the surrounding areas since 1975. We are a full-service mixed animal veterinary hospital with two full-time veterinarians, Dr. Ancinec and Dr. Needham. Our staff truly cares for your fur (or furless) baby.

Dr. Ancinec is a proud graduate of Texas A&M. He has practiced in Callahan County for more than 39 years. Dr. Ancinec is married and has two children. Doc is an outdoors-man who enjoys fishing and hunting and Aggie football games. Whoop!

Dr. Needham is a proud graduate of Texas A&M, as well. He is a Coleman native and joined Callahan County in 2016. Dr. Needham's first fascination with vet medicine came from watching his childhood veterinarian give a sick goat a shot. The thought that he could reach into a bag, grab shots, and heal the goat had him hooked! He is married and has four children. He is a gun enthusiast who enjoys shooting sports, as well as dabbling and tinkering in his shop.

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2566 North Access Road
Clyde, TX

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Local medical clinic providing competent and compassionate medical care to residents of Callahan County and surrounding communities. This is an independently owned clinic by local residents who are invested in promoting positive healthcare outcomes.