What We Do for Cats and Dogs:
Spay/Neuter or Surgical Sterilization:
- A spay is the surgical removal of a female animal’s reproductive organs so she cannot become pregnant.
- A neuter is the surgical removal of a male animal’s testicles so that he cannot impregnate a female.
Dental Cleanings and Tooth Extractions:
Anesthesia is essential for a thorough, safe dental cleaning (scaling and polishing procedure) above and below the gum line in veterinary patients, as it permits a comprehensive assessment of the tissues and any teeth that may need extraction.
Every cat and dog in Georgia is required by law to receive a rabies vaccine (one year or three year).
Vaccinations protect your cats and dogs from many viral and bacterial predators. These organisms cause a wide range of disease symptoms, from sneezing to bloody diarrhea and death. The current recommendation regarding most vaccinations in pets is to vaccinate at 1 year intervals. Vaccines can be boosted once every three years after the initial series of 2 vaccines that are given 2-4 weeks apart.
- FVRCP (Feline Distemper) – includes rhinotracheitis (herpes), calicivirus, and panleukopenia
- FeLV (Feline Leukemia)
- DHLPP (Canine Distemper) – includes parvovirus, leptospirosis, adenovirus, para-influenza virus, and distemper
- Bordetella (Kennel Cough)
View our schedule. Our vaccine clinics are walk-in and no appointment is necessary.
Vaccine Records: To reduce the possibility of over-vaccinating, please bring your pet’s vaccine records with you.