Rabbit now walks AND has a new home! Enjoy this update from the Huffington Post.
Dr. Sherry Sanderson, a board-certified veterinary nutritionist, helps explain what fruits are safe for your dog to eat.
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Providing exceptional animal care while training the next generation of doctors is the hallmark of our program. In order to continue this tradition of excellence, we built a new facility, located at 2200 College Station Road. Our new Hospital enhances our capability to deliver superior veterinary care while providing a safe and comfortable environment for you and your pet.
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We feel very fortunate that we have been able to establish a relationship with the UGA Veterinary Teaching Hospital. Our daughter is a swine veterinarian, practicing in North Carolina, and she made the referral for us to UGA. We had a pinkeye outbreak in our herd of cattle and were having a hard time getting it under control...