The University of Georgia Veterinary Teaching Hospital provides 24-hour emergency services and advanced animal healthcare while training the next generation of veterinarians.
To help us bolster our equine ophthalmology offerings, we have hired a new clinician with advanced training in this area. We have also purchased specialized equipment for cataract surgery in horses.
The UGA Veterinary Teaching Hospital recently launched its new Interventional Radiology (IR) service, and it is unlike any other in the region. Interventional radiology is an emerging field in veterinary medicine allowing for management and treatment of many diseases with minimally-invasive procedures.
2-year-old Mixed-breed Dog
Owned by Caitlin Shetter and James Mitchell
"Luna Fleur is our little miracle girl who got a second chance at life thanks to the UGA Veterinary Teaching Hospital. ..."
Bye Holli Farm
Owned by Lucy and Andy Byers
"... Having a member of your field services team mentor our herd management program is one of the best decisions we have made in our new cattle operation. ..."
The UGA Veterinary Teaching Hospital is located at:
Emergency service hours: Open 24/7, 365 days a year for the care of your animal
Business office hours: Monday to Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. except on holidays