www.vetemergency.net 706-850-9888  
Animal Emergency Hospital
HOURS OF OPERATION

Change in Business Hours:   Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic our office hours have changed.

Monday - Friday 6 pm to 12 Midnight

Saturday 12 noon to 8 pm

Sunday 8 am to 8 pm

*These hours are subject to change*

In response to the COVID-19 outbreak we will be providing curbsie service and not allowing clients into the building for patient care. We will meet you at your car for intake and convey diagnostic and treatment recommendations over the phone. PLEASE WEAR YOUR MASK. Call 706-850-9888 when you arrive to let us know the number of your parking space

Please call before you arrive so that we may better serve you. Call the University of Georgia Emergency Service 706-542-3221 if you need assistance after closing. Thank you again for your patience as we face this unprecedented challenge together.

PAYMENT

Payment must be made in full at time of service. We accept Cash, Visa, Mastercard, American Express, Discover, and Care Credit. Unfortunately we do not bill.

Services

We provide emergency and critical care for dogs and cats. Our in-house laboratory testing and x-ray facilities, mean that we can have results while you wait.  When indicated for the survival of the patient, we can perform blood transfusions or emergency surgery.  We routinely treat allergic reactions, cardio-vascular shock, trauma (hit by car, etc), venomous snake bites, toxic ingestions, heat stroke, respiratory distress, parvo, vomiting, diarrhea, assist in labor and delivery, repair lacerations, and otherwise provide care in critical situations.

For critically ill patients, we can provide i.v. fluid therapy and monitoring, i.v. and urinary catheter maintenence, seizure watch, oxygen therapy, or intensive care in isolation. Area veterinarians transfer patients to us for overnight treatments and observation when patients are not stable.  We transfer patients back to their family veterinarians during normal business hours.

We do NOT provide routine preventitive care such as vaccinations, spays, neuters, heartworm preventitive, flea and tick control, or dental procedures.  These aspects of health care are best provided by family veterinarians that have an ongoing long term relationship with you and your pet. 

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Address: 2575 Atlanta Hwy, Athens, GA 30606 | Phone: 706-850-9888

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