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Emergency Hospitals

Recommended Emergency Hospitals

Blue Pearl Pet Hospital – Westside
Specialty & 24/7 Emergency

(404) 649-6333
1071 Howell Mill Road Atlanta, GA

Blue Pearl Pet Hospital – Sandy Springs
Specialty & 24/7 Emergency

(404) 459-0903
455 Abernathy Road NE Sandy Springs, GA

Veterinary Emergency Group
24/7 Emergency Care

(404) 445-8222
2725 Old Milton Parkway, Alpharetta, GA 30009

Pet Help/Poison Control

Pet Poison Helpline

(855) 764-7661
$65 per incident fee – all follow-up consultations are included

Recommended Dog Trainers

Richard Fischhof of Good Dog Atlanta

(404) 626-0036

K-9 Coach Atlanta

(404) 603-9744

Recommended Groomers

Vinings Important Pets

(770) 319-0100

Salty Dawg Pet Salon

678-732-9107

Warm Fuzzies Mobile Grooming

(404) 319-0100

Grief Support

Pre-Planning and Pet Aftercare
Coping With the Loss of a Companion Animal
Gentle Reminders While Grieving
BestFriends.org; Pet Loss and Grief Resources
Pet Compassion Careline

Call 1-855-245-8214 to Reach a Counsellor

Lap of Love; Pet Loss and Grief Resources
Pet Quality of Life Calendar and Diary

Recommended Doggy Day Care Facilities

Bed & Bark by K-9 Coach

(404) 603-9744

Wag-A-Lot Upper Westside

(404) 795-8346

Bark Avenue Pet Resort

(404) 367-8447

Other Resources

Pets Are Loving Support (PALS)
Visit PALS

It is the mission of PALS – an Atlanta based 501(c)(3) organization – to provide ongoing care and support to the pets of Atlanta area persons living with disabilities due to HIV/AIDS and terminal illnesses, and the elderly. With this help, pets and owners may remain together to share the healing power of love and companionship which flows from the human-animal bond.

Georgia SPOT Society (Stopping Pet Overpopulation Together)
Visit Georgia SPOT Society

The Georgia SPOT (Stopping Pet Overpopulation Together) Society, a non-profit organization, is dedicated to reducing the number of animals impounded and killed in Atlanta area animal control facilities by:

  • Funding and providing low to no-cost spay/neuters for pets of financially disadvantaged residents of the metro Atlanta area. Targeted geographical areas for spay/neuter programs include the metro Atlanta area and rural communities with no low-cost spay/neuter resources.
  • Providing community education/counseling services to individuals regarding the effects of pet overpopulation on the community, the benefits of spay/neuter, tenets of responsible pet guardianship and the importance of pet identification