Kiehl Avenue Animal Clinic

Hours: 7:30 to 5:30 Monday through Friday • 7:30 to noon on Saturday


Amy Hawley graduated from North Carolina State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 2004.  While she was born and raised in North Carolina, she has lived in Sherwood for over 11 years.  At Kiehl Avenue Animal Clinic, Dr Hawley treats dogs, cats and exotics.  Her special interests include laser surgery, small mammals, and fish medicine. She also works with a non-profit group, The Wild Child Alliance, to rescue and rehabilitate turtles from throughout the state.


At home, Dr Hawley is kept busy with a menagerie of pets, including: a Chihuahua, a ball python, a lovebird and a rescued and endangered asian box turtle.  In her free time she enjoys traveling, minor league baseball, and reading.  Her husband Chuck works for CareLink and they have two children, Matthew and Lily Jane.


Dr Hawley is active in many veterinary organizations including the American Veterinary Medical Association, the Arkansas Veterinary Medical Association, and the Association of Avian Veterinarians, of which she is the Arkansas State Representative.


a wealth or reptile information written by veterinarian Melissa Kaplan


the webpage of the House Rabbit Society that includes information about rabbit care


Avian Veterinarian website - under "resources" there is plenty of bird care information


veterinarian written and approved information about everything from potty training to diabetes management;  includes lots of great ferret information as well


GREAT information written by a hermit crab owner


includes medical advice for rat owners from the famed "Rat Lady"


great resource with information and message boards about chickens, ducks and other pet fowl


Arkansas Game and Fish Comission website - includes lists of licensed wildlife rehabbers as well as pictures of indiginous wildlife (in case you need to identify that snake in your yard)