Athens Animal Medical Clinic 6300 Jefferson Rd, Athens, GA30607 Athens Animal Medical Clinic believes your pets are part of your family. Founded more than 20 years ago, this clinic is…More a full-service companion animal hospital. It is ready to help you with all types of pet care, from routine preventative care to early detection of disease and even complete medical and surgical care if necessary. Located on Jefferson Road near the county line, Athens Animal Medical Clinic is convenient to the Athens Outer 10 loop.
Hope Animal Medical Center 1150 Mitchell Bridge Rd, Athens, GA30606 Hope Animal Medical Center is a veterinary medical facility in Athens. The professional and courteous staff at Hope…More Animal Medical Center seeks to provide the best possible medical care, surgical care and dental care for its highly-valued patients.
Companion Animal Hospital 2000 Highway 29 N, Athens, GA30601 Companion Animal Hospital is a team of veterinarians that uses traditional and holistic medicine to care for…More animals. It is a full-service clinic that offers a wide array of services, including surgery, dentistry, nutrition and wellness exams. Call for more information about its services or visit its website.
South Athens Animal Clinic 2040 S Milledge Ave, Athens, GA30605 South Athens Animal Clinic offers veterinary services. The clinic is housed in a traditional office building…More off of South Milledge Avenue. Parking is available in the front and back of the building.
Myron Downs, DVM 2315 Prince Ave, Athens, GA30606 Dr. Downs, a graduate of Tuskegee's Vet school, began his career by helping his father in California with animals. He…More taught at UGA's vet school for seven years, then decided to begin practicing in the Athens area. He focuses on small animal surgery, and works in conjunction with Dr. Stampley at the Athens Veterinary Surgery Center.
Winterville Animal Clinic 250 Henry Meyer Rd, Winterville, GA30683 Winterville Animal Clinic has six doctors on site plus UGA vet students to take care of your pets. The clinic takes…More pride in making sure that pets feel safe and comfortable while visiting with the doctor.
Athens Area Humane Society 191 Alps Rd Ste 15, Athens, GA30606 Athens Area Humane Society is a non-profit organization dedicated to lowering animal euthanasia rates. It rescues…More and cares for more than 1,000 animals each year and offers pet adoption services at this location in the back of Pet Supplies Plus.
This animal hospital is easily mistaken for a fire station, because that is exactly what it used to be. The owners,…More Karen Middendorf and Hunter Bates, took over the building when Fire Station #4 moved a few blocks away. They kept many of the looks of the firehouse, including the name and added a schnauzer windmill to the top of the building.
Here at Firehall 4 Animal Hospital, cats and dogs of all sizes are groomed, medically treated (including surgery) and boarded. While the hospital is not open 24 hours for the public, there are workers who come and care for the overnight guests.
College of Veterinary Medicine - The University of Georgia 501 D W Brooks Dr, Athens, GA30602 The UGA College of Veterinary Medicine, founded in 1946, trains aspiring veterinarians to conduct research relating to…More animal and human diseases and provides care for pets, farm animals, poultry and wildlife. The research programs at UGA College of Veterinary Medicine include efforts aimed at improving quality of life for domestic animals and owners, facilitating a health interface between wildlife and the human populace in their habitat and studies regarding livestock productivity. Each fall the college accepts 102 students from a pool of over 500 applicants.
The Athens Animal Hospital, caring exclusively for dogs and cats, has been on this site since 1968. It is currently…More headed by Veterinarian Dr. Mel Cown, who has been in practice since 1988. Dr. Cown moved to Athens for his undergraduate studies at UGA and never left.
The Athens Animal Hospital specializes in preventative, diagnostic and surgical medicine. Owners are urged to make an appointment to discuss pet nutrition and vaccines, even for healthy pets. Flea treatments are also recommended. In addition to medical services, the hospital provides boarding and grooming services and sells pet products such as leashes.