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Providing quality veterinary care to western Kentucky and surrounding areas.

When you bring your furry friend, working animal, or livestock to a veterinarian, you’re placing an enormous amount of trust in the staff. At Crittenden County Animal Clinic, we take that trust seriously, and treat every animal that comes through our door as if they were our own. With cutting-edge technology and treatment techniques, peerless expertise, and the utmost care, we ensure that your animal lives the healthiest, happiest life it can.

Dr. Libby Maddux established Maddux Equine Services in 2011 as an equine veterinarian, and expanded in 2020 to provide veterinary services to animals of all kinds under the name Crittenden County Animal Clinic. The staff at our clinic knows what their animals mean to the people of Kentucky and that is why we are committed to providing the highest level of care and service.

Crittenden County Animal Clinic offers appointments and hospitalization at our clinic, appointments on your farm, and 24/7 emergency services for serious cases. Our clinic is outfitted with state-of-the-art equipment including a diagnostic lab, pharmacy, exam room, and multiple stalls for large animals.

Whether we see a patient at our clinic, your barn, or in your home, we provide the same level of care and commitment to diagnosing and determining the best treatment for your animal. From horses to gerbils to dogs and cats, our staff’s years of veterinary experience allow us to provide high quality and compassionate care.

Does your animal need veterinary care? Schedule an appointment today.

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Providing quality veterinary care to western Kentucky and surrounding areas.

When you bring your furry friend, working animal, or livestock to a veterinarian, you’re placing an enormous amount of trust in the staff. At Crittenden County Animal Clinic, we take that trust seriously, and treat every animal that comes through our door as if they were our own. With cutting-edge technology and treatment techniques, peerless expertise, and the utmost care, we ensure that your animal lives the healthiest, happiest life it can.

Dr. Libby Maddux established Maddux Equine Services in 2011 as an equine veterinarian, and expanded in 2020 to provide veterinary services to animals of all kinds under the name Crittenden County Animal Clinic. The staff at our clinic knows what their animals mean to the people of Kentucky and that is why we are committed to providing the highest level of care and service.

Crittenden County Animal Clinic offers appointments and hospitalization at our clinic, appointments on your farm, and 24/7 emergency services for serious cases. Our clinic is outfitted with state-of-the-art equipment including a diagnostic lab, pharmacy, exam room, and multiple stalls for large animals.

Whether we see a patient at our clinic, your barn, or in your home, we provide the same level of care and commitment to diagnosing and determining the best treatment for your animal. From horses to gerbils to dogs and cats, our staff’s years of veterinary experience allow us to provide high quality and compassionate care.

Does your animal need veterinary care? Schedule an appointment today.

Certified Chiropractic Care

Crittenden County Animal Clinic offers certified chiropractic care for horses and small animals, such as dogs. Dr. Maddux is certified to perform chiropractic care on animals by the International Veterinary Chiropractic Association (IVCA).

Chiropractic care focuses on the relationship between the animal’s spinal column and nervous system. It restores the spinal column to its normal movement and function. This promotes healthy brain activity and ensures your horse’s muscles, bones and joints function properly.

At a chiropractic appointment, Dr. Maddux determines if there are problems with your pet’s spinal column and if the problem is affecting surrounding tissue. Bad alignment in your pet can lead to muscle spasms and soreness, changes in a horse’s gait, coordination, movement or a reduction of flexibility and motion.

Signs Your Horse Needs Chiropractic Care
Your horse being in these types of pain are major indicators that it may benefit from a chiropractic appointment with us.

  • Reduced performance
  • Abnormal posture
  • Snapping and pinning back its ears when being saddled
  • Trying to free itself by throwing its head back
  • Disobedience when riding
  • Difficulties with collected or lateral gaits
  • Changes in behavior
  • Frightened or painful facial expression
  • Sensitivity to touch
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Signs Your Horse Needs Chiropractic Care
Your horse being in these types of pain are major indicators that it may benefit from a chiropractic appointment with us.

  • Reduced performance
  • Abnormal posture
  • Snapping and pinning back its ears when being saddled
  • Trying to free itself by throwing its head back
  • Disobedience when riding
  • Difficulties with collected or lateral gaits
  • Changes in behavior
  • Frightened or painful facial expression
  • Sensitivity to touch
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Monday – Friday
8am – 5pm

Saturday
8am-12pm

24/7 Emergency Services for Serious Cases