The University of Georgia Veterinary Teaching Hospital provides 24-hour emergency services and advanced animal healthcare while training the next generation of veterinarians.
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
The results from the judges are in, and our top 25 “winning” photos for the Hospital's 2016 Picture Your Pet Photo Contest have been identified. This was no easy task as we received more than 150 amazing photos! See who won, along with all of the great entries we received, at: http://vet.uga.edu/hospital/photo-contest
Did you know that the University of Georgia Veterinary Teaching Hospital offers iPro continuous glucose monitoring devices for cats and dogs with diabetes mellitus? The devices, commonly used for human patients with diabetes, are used to gather data on the patient's response to insulin. The Hospital has been offering this service since 2013.
The UGA Veterinary Teaching Hospital has renamed its Small Animal Hospital in honor of Cora Nunnally Miller, a donor who gave more than $13 million to the College of Veterinary Medicine. The name change was made official Nov. 3 during a dedication ceremony that included the unveiling of a portrait of Miller that was painted when she was a teenager by Lamar Dodd.