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Southern Illinois Equine Clinic has been serving the equine veterinary medical needs of all of Southern Illinois for over 40 years. Committed to our clients and their horses, we aim to provide the highest quality of equine veterinary care and excellent service to ensure the health and performance of every horse we serve.
Southern Illinois Equine Clinic is experienced in all types of medical and surgical conditions. We offer first rate equine care to Southern Illinois and surrounding states.
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Dr. Richard Griffin
Southern Illinois Veterinarian | Southern Illinois Equine Clinic | 618-942-4242
428 State Hwy 37
West Frankfort, IL 62896
We are extremely happy. Takes his time and is very thorough, and checks on the progress of the treatment. Very prompt in returning calls and getting needed medicine. Definitely knows horses of all sizes.
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