We practice honest, excellent veterinary medicine for our patients while offering honest, excellent service to our clients in a comfortable, friendly atmosphere.

Locations

DECATUR

217 N. McDonough St.,
Decatur, GA 30030
(404) 371-0111
Hours
Open 24 Hours


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LILBURN-STONE MTN.

1227 Rockbridge Rd., Ste. 300
Stone Mountain, GA 30087.
(770) 717-1650
Hours
Mon - Fri: 7-7
Sat: 8-6
Sun: 10-6

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BUCKHEAD

3404 Northside Parkway NW,
Atlanta, GA 30327.
(404) 844-4824
Hours
Mon - Fri: 7-7
Doctor's Hours: 8-6
Sat: 8-6 Sun: 10-6

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We offer a wide array of services:


  • Small animal medicine
  • General and Orthopedic Surgery
  • Dentistry Digital X-ray (Full Body & Dental)
  • Ultrasonography on site Boarding/ Drop Offs
  • Bathing/ Nail Trimming
  • House¬†Calls
  • More...

Accredited by AAHA


Unlike human hospitals, animal hospitals are not required to be accredited. Veterinary hospitals are evaluated on approximately 900 standards of veterinary excellence in order to become accredited. AAHA-accredited hospitals are recognized among the finest in the industry, and are consistently at the forefront of advanced veterinary medicine.

Latest Article


Fruits and Veggies for Pets

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Our Dr. Stacy shares info worth chewing on...

Whether you're looking to slim down your pet's waistline, or are just looking for healthy alternatives to commercial pet treats, we've found that pets actually like, if not love, the taste of certain fruits and veggies.  Just cut small sized pieces for a healthy, low-calorie snack.  It is probably not a good idea to hand over an entire carrot - or at least not the first time they try it.   Remember, introducing new foods into your pet's diet may cause upset stomach issues such as vomiting or diarrhea. Be cautious to introduce only one new fruit or vegetable at a time to help you spot any health changes.  Here are lists of fruits and vegetables safe for pets.  

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