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Welcome to the Animal Medical Clinic
 in Preston, Idaho
Please call us at 208-852-2204

Pet Emergency?  If during business hours please call the office, if after 5 p.m. please call us right away at 208-339-1523!

"From farm to pet... Since 1979 we've been your vet!"

The staff of the Animal Medical Clinic welcomes you. Our focus is to provide professional, quality health care to your companion animals and livestock. Each member of our team is dedicated to providing this care in a compassionate and affordable manner. We value our relationships with each client and the animals in their care. We understand the importance of the human-animal bond and appreciate your trust in allowing us to serve you and the needs of your valued animal friends.

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If you live in Preston,  or the surrounding area and need a trusted veterinarian to care for your pets – look no further. We have three very qualified vets.  Dr. Alan L. Atkinson, Dr. Lincoln G. Mumford and Jeffrey W. Smart are all licensed in Idaho and Utah.   Your livestock and pets’ health and wellbeing are very important to us, and we take every possible measure to give your animals the care they deserve.

Animal Medical Clinic is a full-service animal hospital and welcomes both emergency treatment cases as well as pet patients in need of routine medical, surgical, and dental care. 

We are happy to offer a number of resources that enable you to learn about how to take better care of your pets. Please feel free to browse our site, particularly the informational articles. The best veterinary care for animals is ongoing nutrition and problem prevention, so becoming knowledgeable about preventative pet care is essential to the ongoing success of your animal’s health. If you have any questions, call 208-852-2204or email us and we'll promptly get back to you. Our Preston veterinarian office is very easy to get to -- just check out the map below! We also welcome you to subscribe to our newsletter, which is created especially for our pet owners.

At Animal Medical Clinic, we treat your pets like the valued family members they are.

We appreciate your business!

Dr. Alan L. Atkinson, Dr.  Lincoln G. Mumford, Dr. Jeffrey W. Smart, and staff



Mosquito season is approaching. Time to vaccinate your horses for the West Nile Virus, and have your pets checked for heartworm!

  • Andrea Atkinson
    Office Manager/Owner

    Andrea Atkinson joined the AMC family in September 2016 working at the front desk. She has a bachelor degree from University of Idaho in Family Consumer Sciences. She and Dr. Alan Atkinson have loved raising their 4 beautiful kids here in Preston. Andrea loves meeting the community and helping all the dear 4-legged friends that come through the door.   

  • Dr.
    Alan Atkinson
    Dr. Alan L. Atkinson hails from Samaria, Idaho, near Malad. He grew up on a dairy farm and beef ranch and enjoys the rural lifestyle. Dr. Atkinson completed his DVM degree from Washington State University in 1999. He has worked at Animal Medical Clinic since then, becoming a partner in 2008. He and his wife, Andrea bought out Dr. Williams in 2015. Together they have four children.
  • Beth Hanger
    Dog Groomer

    Dog Groomer Beth Hanger was born in Genola , Utah. She has lived in Preston for about 7 years. She has always loved animals, which helped her decide to groom them. Beth has been grooming dogs for about 5 years15

  • Kayla Purser
    Vet Tech
    Vet Tech Kayla Purser was born and raised in Lewiston Utah. She grew up on a dairy farm and loves animals. She loves riding horses and doing outdoor activities. Kayla took a vet assisting class at Bridgerland Applied Technology College and that’s how she came to work at the Animal Medical Clinic.
  • Sue Stewart
    Sue Stewart is married to Richard Stewart and has 4 children, 9 grandchildren with 2 on the way. Have been part time receptionist for little over 10 years here at AMC. Love your animals and most of you!
  • Dr.
    Clyde Williams

    Dr. Clyde E. Williams former owner of the Animal Medical Clinic.  He was raised on a dairy farm west of Blackfoot, Idaho. He completed a B.S. and M.S. degree from the University of Idaho and graduated from Washington State School of Veterinary Medicine in 1979. He's retired now, and he and his wife Karen are serving a mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Salt Lake City Ut.

  • Dr.
    Jeffrey W. Smart
    Veterinarian

    Dr. Jeffrey W. Smart was raised in Clifton, ID on a dairy and resides on the family farm with his wife and two children and dog 'Jack.'  He attended veterinary school in Madison, WI; graduated in 2010 and then worked for a practice in WI for 5 years.  He moved back to the state and has been with Animal Medical Clinic since July of 2015.

  • Dr.
    Lincoln Mumford
    Dr. Lincoln Mumford received his D.V.M in 2005 from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and has been at the Animal Medical Clinic since then. He has five children and is excited to practice veterinary medicine in this beautiful area. Hobbies include spending time with family, sports, building, and farming.
  • Kristin Kirkland
    Receptionist and vet tech assistant

    Kristin is attending Utah State University.  She covers the front desk and assists the doctors on Saturday morning.

  • Amelia Roberts
    Vet Tech

    Amelia has been working for the Animal Medical Clinic for 3 years.  She has lived in Preston for most of her life.  She earned a Liberal Arts Degree from the College of Southern Idaho, then earned her pre vet tech certificate from Bridgerland Technology in Logan Utah.  She has grown up with animals, and loves them dearly.

Testimonials

    I am very impressed by this clinic. It’s not every day that you get a clinic that is filled with doctors that will actually listen to clients concerns. They also explain their thought process with you and have only the best in mind for your animals. Not to mention they are super affordable!

    Bailee H.

    They are the Best!! Large or small animals. Quick response with excellent results.

    Tammy H.

    I tend to be unimpressed these days with the lack of Customer Service skills in most public businesses. .....Therefore when someone or a group go above and beyond they must be acknowledged.As most of you know I had to say goodbye to Liberty, my dog of 15 years.I went to the local vet "Animal Medical Clinic"Dr. Smart was so amazing, kind, and compassionate as well as his staff. Then a few days ago I received the most beautiful condolence card from the staff & Dr. Smart.

    It was a class act!
    Thank you Animal Medical Clinic of Preston!
    Keep up the good work!

    Stephanie W.

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