Jan 15


SPAY/NEUTER NUMBERS – 2014  We spayed 297 pets for owners who could not afford to do so without help. We did a total of 4,718 low cost spays & neuters. We have now done 88,374 spays & neuters since 1996.

Mar 13

Current Flea & Tick Product Recommendations ** Updated 1-14-15 **

Fleas & Ticks Updated 1-14-15 We all know that fleabites hurt and itch. Imagine having poison ivy and being unable to do anything to relieve the itching. It just isn’t humane to let your pets suffer from fleas. Fleas & ticks cause & carry many diseases: skin & ear problems, tapeworms, anemia, Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever, …

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Aug 09

Pet Insurance can be a Life Saver

In the past few weeks, we’ve seen several pets with treatable injuries or illnesses.  But they were euthanized, because their owners could not afford expensive medical care. Please, please,  please – consider getting pet insurance before you & your pet end up in this awful spot.

Sep 18

Georgia 5th in Nation in Confirmed Rabies Cases!

Georgia is the 5th in the country, with 340 confirmed cases.

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Jul 31

New Mobile Pet Vet Inc

We are glad to announce there is now a new mobile version of our site available to those who use their smart phones and tablets to browse our website. The mobile site has all of the functionality of the regular website, just differently formatted for optimal viewing. Whenever you visit our site using your smart …

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Nov 17

New Information About Your Pets Dental Care

Unfortunately, we no longer offer dental cleanings. However, we do work closely with several local veterinarians that do. We will happily refer you to them. We also now offer VetzLife® oral care spray and gel. This is an alternative to a dental cleanings for those patients that are at a high risk of anesthesia or …

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Jul 14

Help the animals in need today!

If you haven’t noticed, we now have a donation button on the side of each of our pages. We are collecting donations for the different charities that support us in the fight against controlling the animal over-population. If you wish to donate, please click on the button in this post or on the side of …

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Jun 27

Reverse Sneezing in Dogs

Reverse sneezing is a common phenomenon in dogs. In a regular sneeze, your dog pushes air out through the nose; however, in a reverse sneeze, air is pulled rapidly into the nose. During a reverse sneeze, your dog will take long or rapid breathes, stand still with elbows spread apart, extend the head, and the …

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Jun 23

Feral Cat Information

Feral cats are homeless cats that have reverted to a wild state. They often go unnoticed and contribute heavily to the overpopulation problem. Sterilizing ferals has been shown to have a major impact on the number of cats & kittens killed in shelters & pounds. They cannot be picked up and handled like a pet …

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Jun 23

Leptospirosis Alert

Here are some general facts reguarding Leptospirosis: Leptospirosis is a bacterial disease that causes kidney & liver failure. It is passed to dogs & humans from the urine, saliva, blood, or milk of infected farm animals & wildlife, or from contaminated water. Infected dogs can transmit the disease to humans. We are currently seeing a resurgence of …

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