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Read our new Appointment Confirmation Policy
We are excited to announce our new appointment confirmation policy! In order to better serve our patients, this policy will ensure that we have accurate availability when offering appointment slots to clients with their preferred veterinarian. We do require that you reply to your email or text messages sent to confirm appointments in order to keep those appointments. Any appointment not confirmed by 5:00pm the day before will be considered cancelled and it will be released. Our goal is to provide the best medical care to our patients and decrease the amount of no-shows.

Recommended Links


Recommended Links

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


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; 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