Summer is a time of fun and excitement, but it can also be a dangerous time for our furry friends. As the temperature rises, it’s important to take extra precautions to keep our pets safe. In this blog post, we’ll discuss some tips on how to keep your pet safe during the summer months. As
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Animal Hospital in Hiawassee, GA
Your pet is family. We get it... wholeheartedly.
With over 30 years of surgical experience and a network of exceptional specialists (should your pet need one), you can rest assured that you are in the hands of a staff that is capable and compassionate.
We offer general surgery services including spays and neuters, tumor removals, wound management, dental procedures, general orthopedic surgeries and more.
We know how hard it is to leave your furbaby when you’re away, but, you can rest assured that we will care for your pet(s) as if they’re our own.
We offer the highest level of care and cleanliness to the pets who are staying with us, as well as a professional staff that is well-trained to promptly notify a veterinarian at any sign of concern. We also have runs, cages, and cat condos for boarding at affordable prices.
Our doctors have experience treating a variety of pets such as dogs, cats, rabbits, horses, goats, cows, sheep, llamas, and many other critters of Towns County.
In addition, our doctors and stuff emphasize preventive care and client education. We take the time to listen and answer your questions to address all of your pet’s needs.
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