We Make Fetch Happen... Again!

Magnolia Veterinary Surgery is a veterinary hospital dedicated to advanced surgical procedures.


Our compassionate surgery team is dedicated to the care of your family pet.

Located in Tupelo and servicing the surrounding areas, we provide the highest quality of surgical care, in the comfort of our state of the art veterinary hospital at an affordable price.  Our aim is to blend the gap between the primary veterinarian and multi-specialty veterinary referral hospitals.  By keeping the relationship between the primary care veterinarian and the surgeon open, we are able to provide outstanding continuity of care.


Magnolia Veterinary Surgery offers a wide range of surgical procedures.


We are proud of our award winning facility!

Our new 24-hour veterinary hospital was built with attention to the building’s aesthetics and landscaping. Within the comfort of our state-of-the-art veterinary hospital, we provide the highest quality surgical care at an affordable price. Come visit our eye catching facility off North Gloster at 1572 McClure Cove (behind Texas Roadhouse and La Vino).

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Meet Marshall! 😸
This kitty was sent to us recently by Companion Animal Care Center, after giving his owner a scare. He had been vomiting and just feeling really bad at home.
Xrays and a barium study were being done by Dr. Newman, when the problem was found... a string was tied around the back of his tongue and the remaining portion had made its way into the intestine!
Ribbon and string of any sort can be very dangerous when ingested, as it can become taunt and can slice through tissue, as it works it’s way through the digestive tract.
Marshall arrived for surgery here at Magnolia, and was found to have multiple areas where the string had cut through his intestine.
Fortunately, we were about to locate and remove the string and repair the damage in those areas.
Marshall is doing great at home now, and has HOPEFULLY learned his lesson- No Playing with String!
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This is a MUCH different cat today than he was 2 weeks ago! He’s back to his old self! We are so thankful to Dr. Edwards and the staff at Magnolia Veterinary Surgery and Companion Animal Care Center for being so kind and helpful and taking such wonderful care of our sweet Marshall!💙

Poor baby! Glad you were able to help.

What a sweet kitty!!

i told Sadie it was that string on his stool! She grabbed that thing up and threw it out the door.

Wow!!! That’s incredible I’m so many ways!

Lucky kitty.

Marshal is a miracle and famous too!

Barbara Windham

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