At Clanton-Malphus-Hodges Vet Hospital, we share your vision for a healthy, happy pet. We do our part through our quality veterinary care. We understand the role that your Thomasville, GA veterinarian plays in preserving your pet’s health and are committed to fulfilling that role at every stage of your pet’s life. When you bring your furry friend to our animal hospital, you can have full confidence that he’s in the best of hands.
Clanton-Malphus-Hodges Vet Hospital is run by a team of skilled veterinarians with years of experience in their field. Dr. Beckey Malphus and Dr. Dale Hodges, the owners of our animal hospital, are joined by Dr. Laura Hall Haro, Dr. Brent Kinsey, and our team in meeting your pet care needs. Our clinic has been serving pet owners in Thomasville for over 100 years. We combine the latest in veterinary technology with a loving, personal touch to give our pet patients the best that veterinary care has to offer. You’ll find our clinic to be a comfortable, clean, welcoming environment for your pet, and our services are second to none in protecting and preserving your pet’s health.
As a full-service animal hospital, we have the resources and staff to meet all your pet’s healthcare needs. Our team stays updated on the latest surgical techniques and medical treatments to enhance your pet’s health. Whether you're looking for preventive care, medical treatment, pet surgery, or emergency vet care, you can count on Clanton-Malphus-Hodges Vet Hospital to meet all your pet care needs.
Preventive Care – Our preventive care services range from annual wellness exams to vaccinations, parasite prevention, dental care, nutritional counseling, spay & neuter surgery, diagnostic testing, and more to keep your pet in optimal health. We maintain an onsite lab for bloodwork and an onsite pharmacy to help you obtain health supplements or medication quickly.
Medical & Surgical Treatments – Your Thomasville veterinarian offers prompt and effective medical treatments for all kinds of pet health issues, including ear and skin infections, gastrointestinal problems, kidney problems, respiratory problems, allergies, obesity, parasite infestations, UTIs, and more. We also have ample experience with surgical procedures for mass removal, fracture repair, dental extractions, exploratory surgery, soft tissue surgery, and orthopedic treatments.
Additional services include senior pet care, euthanasia services, equine services, pet grooming, and pet boarding to care for your furry friend while you’re away.
Need help caring for your furry friend? We can help! To schedule veterinary services for your pet, contact Clanton Malphus Hodges Vet Hospital in Thomasville, GA at (229) 226-1914.
Dr. Beckey was born and raised in Douglas, GA. She graduated from The University of Georgia College of Veterinary Medicine in 1994 and has been practicing here ever since. She enjoys all aspects of veterinary practice, but has special interests in Reproduction, Onocology and Geriatrics.
Dr. Beckey has been a member of the Georgia Board of Veterinary Medicine since 2005 and served as President in 2008. She serves on the Legislative Action Committee for the Georgia Veterinary Medical Association and is the past President of the American Association of Veterinary State Boards. She is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association. She has been a very active member of Thomasville-Thomas County Humane Society and served in various board roles. She is a long standing committee member of the Thomasville Center for the Arts and chaired the 2011 Plantation Wildlife Arts Festival. Dr. Beckey was named Humanitarian of the Year in 2003 by Thomasville-Thomas County Chamber of Commerce. She was named Georgia Veterinarian Of The Year in 2010 by the Georgia Veterinary Medical Association.
Dr. Beckey has laborador retrievers that she loves to hunt with and competes in AKC Hunt Tests. She also has 3 chihuahuas and 2 cats.
Dr. Hodges was born in Blackshear, GA and graduated from the University of Georgia College of Veterinary Medicine in 1998. He's an active member of the Rotary Club of Thomasville and is the District 2 Director of the Georgia Veterinary Medical Association. He has special interest in large animal medicine, sports medicine and enjoys working with hunting dogs.
Dr. Hodges is married to Susan Hodges and has a daughter and a granddaughter. He shares his home with a mixed breed dog named Sampson and an English Cocker named Chap. In his spare time, he enjoys hunting and spending time with family.
Dr. Laura Hall Haro is a 2010 graduate of the University of Georgia College of Veterinary Medicine. She was born in Augusta, GA, was raised in Thomasville and returned home to practice veterinary medicine in 2010. Dr. Hall is a member of both the American Veterinary Medical Association and the Georgia Veterinary Medical Association. She has a special interest in small animal surgery.
Dr. Hall Haro is married to Steven Haro and they have a son named Jace and a daughter named Riley. They also live with their two four-legged children, an Australian Shepard named Ulee and a Yorkshire Terrier named Lincoln. In her spare time, Dr. Hall Haro enjoys playing disc golf, jogging and hiking with Ulee and spending time with family and friends. She also volunteers for the Plantation Wildlife Festival.