Pet Health Center

A full-service, primary care veterinary clinic for cats and dogs

Our Pet Health Center building is unexpectedly undergoing extensive renovations due to recently sustained water damage. As a result, this service has shifted over to operating out of our Veterinary Teaching Hospital until further notice. The hospital is located at 2200 College Station Road. Our Pet Health Center team will still be offering appointments, refilling prescriptions, performing procedures, and providing the same great care as before. They will just be in a new location for the duration of the renovation. Thank you in advance for your understanding. We look forward to continuing to serve you and your pet. If you have any questions, or if you need to make an appointment, please call us at 706-542-1984 or email ugapethealthcenter@uga.edu.

Our Pet Health Center offers routine veterinary care for your four-legged friend including preventative medicine and basic surgical care. We take a team approach to each case with our clinicians, senior veterinary students, and staff all working together to offer your pet the best care possible.Primary Care Services

  • Annual Checkups
  • Vaccinations
  • Dentistry
  • Preventative health care
  • Flea and tick control
  • Treatment for minor injury or sickness
  • Nutritional consultations
  • Outpatient surgeries such as spays and neuters

What to Expect

Please review the below guidelines in preparation for your visit:

  • Only two clients will be allowed inside per appointment time slot
  • Based on CDC and UGA guidance, all clients, regardless of vaccination status, are required to wear a face covering while at our facility. If you forget to bring a face covering, one will be provided.
  • For clients with health concerns, or for those from a COVID positive household, we will continue to offer curbside service. Please stay in your vehicle and call 706-542-3221 upon arrival for assistance.

Upon arrival, you and your pet will be met by one of our senior veterinary students who will gather your pet’s medical history and conduct a thorough physical examination. The student will then consult with one of our clinicians who is in charge of your pet’s medical care and will provide suggestions and guidance. A care plan along with a cost estimate is then developed and presented to you.

Our team approach ensures that your pet receives the highest-quality care possible, however it also means that your appointment may take longer than it would at a traditional primary care clinic, so please plan accordingly.

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I make an appointment?

Just call us during our normal business hours, and we will be happy to make an appointment for you. You do not need a referral from another veterinarian to utilize our community practice clinic services.

Who will be caring for my pet(s)?

Your pet(s) will be cared for by a talented and diverse team that consists of a licensed and experienced veterinarian, a senior veterinary student (who will typically serve as your main point of contact), highly trained veterinary nurses, and clinic staff members. We are passionate about what we do, and that shows in the excellent veterinary care that we provide.

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