Our Services

Acadia Animal Medical Center, LLC is a fully equipped veterinary facility offering wellness exams and vaccinations, surgeries including orthopedics, spay and neutering, Cesarean sections, mass removals and emergency services. We provide dental services for companion animals and horses. Our facilities include x-rays, a full in-house laboratory, pregnancy ultrasound services and artificial insemination services. We have full time groomers who provide bathing and grooming services along with grooming supplies and products to keep your pets looking great. And yes, we do make house calls and farm calls to service your pets and livestock.

We sell Hills Science Diet Canine and Feline food and Hills Science Prescription Diet food. You will find that we carry a large selection of the best flea and heartworm medication on the market at very competitive prices with a full guarantee. We have a complete pharmacy with the most effective medications for your pet. We even mail your medications to you! No waiting or spending time on the internet. Just give us a call and you will receive your medications delivered to your door. We use only the best and most effective medications that you can depend on for the best results at reasonable prices.

Primary Patients: Small animals, Large Animals, Exotics, Avian


Wellness Vaccination Programs

Our wellness and vaccinations programs are designed to prevent disease and prolong the lives of your pets. Disease prevention is always less costly than dealing with the treatment of a disease once your pet has developed it. Our vaccination programs are affordable and we use only the best vaccines available.

Early diagnosis of a disease process can lead to your pet living a longer, healthier life. Kidney disease, for example, if diagnosed early, will allow us to modify your pet’s diet and add supplements, if necessary, to potentially extend their lives. We also monitor pets diagnosed with diabetes, hyperthyroidism, and seizures. There are many other conditions to which an early diagnosis is advantageous.­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­

Puppy Wellness

Our puppy wellness program is designed to offer your new puppy all the benefits of veterinary services available to him/or her from the initial deworming at three weeks, first vaccinations at 6 weeks, and to their final vaccinations at 15 weeks. Included in this service is a series of examinations and vaccinations including rabies, parvovirus, distemper, etc. In addition, your puppy will be tested for worms and treated. Some of the more common types of worms found in puppies are hookworms, whipworms and roundworms. Roundworms can cause gastrointestinal signs such as vomiting and/or diarrhea. There are other parasites that can cause similar symptoms and can cause your puppy to become anemic (low red blood cells). Coccidia and giardia are also parasites that we will look for when you bring your puppy in for his vaccinations and exam. All of these worms and parasites can be life threatening and should be treated as necessary. Many of these are invisible to the naked eye and must be diagnosed by examining the stool of your puppy microscopically.

Kitten Wellness

Our kitten wellness program is designed to offer your new kitten all the benefits of veterinary services available from the initial three week deworming, first vaccinations at 6 weeks, and to their final vaccination at 18 weeks. Included in this service is a series of examinations and vaccinations including rabies, panleukopenia, leukemia, etc. In addition, your kitten will be tested for worms and be treated for the most common intestinal worm of kittens – roundworms. Roundworms can cause your kitten to vomit and/or experience diarrhea; however, it is possible for your kitten to have roundworms and not show any signs of harboring the worms. A microscopic fecal examination will allow us to evaluate the presence of these worms. The examination will also look for other types of worms that can affect your kitten’s health and well-being.

Medical Services

Our knowledgeable staff and facilities allow is to deal with a variety of medical conditions your pet may experience. We hope that we do not have to see you or your pet for an emergency but if we do, we are equipped to handle the situation. In some cases, your pet may require hospitalization and further diagnostic tests. Our website describes some of the medical services that we offer in more detail.

  • Complete Medical Assessment
  • Cardiology (Heart)
  • Flea Control
  • Dentistry
  • Radiology (X-rays)
  • Pregnancy Ultrasound (for Horses and Dogs)
  • Artificial Insemination Services (Dogs and Certain Horse Breeds)
  • Dermatology (Skin)
  • Allergy Diagnosis and Treatment
  • Endocrinology (Hormones)
  • In House Laboratory Services (Complete Blood work)
  • Heartworm Testing and Treatment
  • Parvovirus and Coronavirus Testing and Treatment
  • Surgical Services

    We provide full surgical services at our medical center including routine spay and neutering, Cesarean sections, feline declawing, canine ear crops, puppy tail docks and dewclaw removal, Caslick suturing (mares and fillies), orthopedic surgeries, cherry eye removals, soft tissue removals and lumpectomies.

    Pain Management and Control

    We know that the issue of pain management is of great concern to pet owners today. We have a variety of medications available to manage your pet’s pain both before and after surgery and in the event of trauma. We are willing to discuss the options available to you and your pet under any of the above circumstances.

    Boarding Facilities

    We have indoor, air conditioned boarding facilities to provide your pet with a comfortable stay while you are away. We will feed any specialized or prescriptive diets that may be required as well as medicate any animals as needed. Otherwise, we will feed your dog and/or cat the name brand pet foods that we carry and sell in our clinic. Rest assured that your pet will receive excellent, nutritious food while boarded at our facility. All animals are required to be up to date on their vaccinations for the protection of all boarded pets. You have the added benefit knowing that if your animal experiences any illnesses while you are away, it will be promptly addressed by one of our clinicians. Feel free to drop by and discuss your boarding plans with us.

    Large Animal Services

    We offer a variety of services to our clients who have livestock. We carry the vaccinations and medications that will aid you in keeping your horse, cattle, sheep, goats, hogs and poultry healthy. We also provide surgical services such as castration, Caslick (suturing mares and fillies), Coggins and Piroplasmosis (PPT) testing for horses, equine reproductive services (ultrasound, palpation and spec) dental services (teeth floating and teeth removal), x-ray and blood work, pre-purchase exams and fertility testing. We carry a complete line of deworming products and nutritional supplements for your livestock. We also provide required health certificates for livestock shows and travel.

    Dr. James Rumore, Sr. is a member of the American Association of Equine Practitioners (AAEP). They regularly attend conferences and complete courses in equine medicine in order to provide you with the most up-to-date procedures and medical knowledge for your horse’s health.

    Exotic Animal and Avian Services

    Dr. James Rumore, Sr. has vast knowledge and experience with exotic and avian species. While assisting the head veterinarian at the Memphis Zoo, Dr. Rumore increased his knowledge about these “not-so-ordinary” animals.

    He has veterinary experience with the following: birds, reptiles (such as snakes, iguanas, turtles), rabbits, monkeys (including a Lowland gorilla named “Carlos”), leopards, wolves, emus, hamsters and gerbils, antelope, four horned sheep, pygmy goats, Zebras, Sicilian donkeys, llamas, and camels.

    His interest in exotics lead to Dr. Rumore owning many of these afore mentioned animals on his farm including a pair of camels named "Ozzy" and "Harriet".

    Please call to schedule an appointment concerning the medical needs of your domesticated and exotic animals.

    Microchip Identification

    Micro chipping has become a very popular and safe way to permanently identify your pet and you as the owner in the unfortunate case that your pet is lost. Micro chipping involves the placement of a small electronic chip the size and shape of a piece of rice just under the skin in the neck area. A needle is used to inject the chip. The injection is comparable to a regular vaccine injection. If your pet becomes lost and is transported to a humane shelter, the humane shelter employees will be able to scan your pet for the chip and contact you. The scanner is similar to a scanner found in the grocery store. We recommend that you use this system of identification as well as a collar identification system on your pet. If this interests you, please call us to arrange this procedure for your pet.