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Covid-19 Clinic Protocol

To all of our valued clients,

I hope everyone is doing well, staying safe and socially distant during these uncertain times.  

As many of you are aware, the guidelines set forth by the CDC, local and national government are ever changing.  We are doing our best to operate under the most up to date information made available to us to keep you, your pets, and our employees safe.  

Our current business operations are as follows:

If you have a fever, cough, shortness of breath, difficulty breathing, if you have been exposed to COVID-19, or have recently traveled out of state please refrain from coming to our facility and call us to reschedule your appointment at (501)-943-8055. 

Our lobby is temporarily closed to limit human to human contact.  Call us for more information about how this works and further instructions. 

Reduced Temporary Office Hours:

  • Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday (8:00am-4:00pm)

Veterinary Services

  • Doctor's hours are by appointment only. 

Medication and Food Pick-Ups:

  • Please allow 24 hours for all prescription requests to be reviewed by the doctor for approval. We will contact you once your prescription has been approved for a pickup.  Payment can be made over the phone to expedite your check out process.  Please call us when you arrive at (501) 943-8055 and wait for further instructions from our staff. We are  utilizing our covered carport and back window area for patient surgeries and appointment drop-offs and picks-ups as well as all medication pick-ups.  We ask that you please wear a mask at all times while interacting with our staff.
  • If your pet is on a Purina Proplan Diet, for your convenience, we are able to have the food shipped to your house for no additional charge.  Please give us a call and we can help get that service set up for you.

We truly appreciate your patience and understanding during this process. Rest assured all of these changes are being made for one reason, to remain open to serve you and your pets.

Stay Happy and Healthy,

Chelsea J. Brown, D.V.M.

Marketplace Veterinary Clinic

6309 Hwy 5 N

Bryant, AR 72022

(501) 943-8055


Read What Our Clients Say

  • "Very friendly and professional."
  • "They saved our little man after getting into rat poison.. thank you!"
  • "I love this place! After using someone else in town for years, we switched our entire fur family and we will never go back! Dr. Brown is so sweet and helpful, you get the personal relationship with your vet that you just don't get at other places."
  • "This is the best vet I have ever used. I highly recommend!!!"
  • "Wonderful place to take our babies to."
  • "Great vet in Bryant, Arkansas. Very thorough and obviously cares very much about animals. Office is always spotlessly clean and the staff is super friendly."

Business Hours


8:00 am-4:00 pm


8:00 am-4:00 pm




8:00 am-4:00 pm


8:00 am-4:00 pm





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