Meet the Team


Angel W.  Brothers </br> DVM photo

Angel W. Brothers

Angel Brothers grew up in Huntsville, AL. She met her husband, Dennis, at Auburn and came to settle in this area in 1997. She graduated from Huntsville High School, went to Lipscomb University in Nashville for a couple of years undergraduate, finished prevet studies and graduated from Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine in 1996. She has been in private practice since then. She and Dennis have two children, Lecil, who attends Auburn University & Allie, who attends Susan Moore.

Megan  Sloan </br> Veterinary Assistant photo

Megan Sloan
Veterinary Assistant

Megan Sloan came to North Blount Animal Hospital first as a client. A position needed to be filled in the summer of 2011. Because of her love for animals and her great capacity for responsibilities, Megan was first on the list of persons desired to fill the position. Luckily, she was available and began working August 2011.

Megan grew up in the Susan Moore area and graduated from Oneonta High School in 2005. She has been happily married to her husband, Steven, since 2007. She says that working in a veterinary hospital was a childhood dream. NBAH is glad to help fulfill that dream!

Keeper Bismark </br> National Greyhound Registry photo

Keeper Bismark
National Greyhound Registry

"Keeper" is our resident blood donor dog. Keeper was born in 2011. He was retired from racing and adopted from the Birmingham Race Track after a career ending injury. Greyhounds are the best suited for blood donation due to their higher concentration of red blood cells compared to other breeds.

Whiskers </br> Greeter/Surgery Recovery photo

Greeter/Surgery Recovery

Whiskers was added to the staff at NBAH in 2008. He was an abandoned kitten that grew up at the office and fell into the role of client and patient greeter. There are only a few dogs that he doesn't greet- he knows which ones! He's bowlegged and clumsy and provides plenty of entertainment for the human staff. His most important job that he has volunteered for is Surgery Recovery Monitoring. Many times while a surgical patient is laying on accessible bedding while we await its awakening, Whiskers lays alongside or on top of the patient sometimes "wallowing" around on them stimulating and keeping the patient warm. It really is quite a sight!

IN MEMORIAL: Leroy </br> NBAH's First Blood Donor photo

NBAH's First Blood Donor


In Memorial: Big Mac</br> Past Blood Donor photo

In Memorial: Big Mac
Past Blood Donor


North Blount Animal Hospital

41285 State Highway 75

Altoona, AL 35952

For general information, questions, appointment requests, call us at: (205) 466-7184
Fax: (205) 466-7994
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Closed daily from 11:30AM-1:30PM

Sunday Closed

Monday (Closed 11:30-1:30) 7:30 am - 6:00pm

Tuesday (Closed 11:30-1:30) 7:30am - 6:00pm

Wednesday Closed

Thursday (Closed 11:30-1:30) 7:30am - 6:00pm

Friday (Closed 11:30-1:30) 7:30am - 6:00pm

Saturday 8:00am - 12:00pm

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