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MICKEY R BAINE DVM
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Description:
Veterinarian, animal specialties

Services we Provide:
Veterinary Services

Address / Location(s):

DRAWER 1
GENEVA, Alabama, 36340
(334) 684 9660
United States


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Reviews: 2         Views: 733 Rating: 5
03/27/2011
Dr. Baine is an excellent vet. He has been taking care of our pets for the last two years and we could not have asked for better care. I trust his information and I know that he wants what is best for our cats. His staff is friendly, attetive and caring. I so thankful to have found him for the care of our pets.
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03/27/2011
Dr. Baine is an excellent vet. He has been taking care of our pets for the last two years and we could not have asked for better care. I trust his information and I know that he wants what is best for our cats. His staff is friendly, attetive and caring. I so thankful to have found him for the care of our pets.
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