As of June 17, 2022: COVID Exposure

To Our Clients,

There has been a COVID exposure among our team.

Out of an abundance of caution, we have disinfected the practice, our staff is wearing masks, and we ask any clients who enter the exam rooms or treatment area to please wear masks as well. We have masks available for you.

If you prefer, you may request a curbside appointment. Call us at 706-250-1861 and let us know, and a team member will come out and get your pet.

Thank you for your understanding.

Please note: We will be closed Monday, July 4th in observance of Independence Day!

Our Rescue Mission

Our clinic stands on the principle of animal rescue, and we will do everything within our power to support those pets who need help and to assist those who help save so many animals that have no one to care for them.
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What is Animal Rescue?

Every day, there are so many surrendered, stray, and unwanted animals. We strongly beg you — do your part to help us help the animal overpopulation. Make sure your pet is spayed and neutered. There are many pets of every shape and size that are put to sleep in animal shelters because there are not enough homes for them. Do not contribute to the animal overpopulation problem.

When you own a pet, you are blessed to have them as your responsibility for life. Surrendering them to animal shelters is not taking care of them. Whether old or young, they are your gift to care for and protect until they die, not just until they are no longer convenient.

Animal rescue groups work around the clock daily to rescue and network these pets that do not have a voice or someone to care for them. Please help us take care of those animals who need help. Our clinic stands on the principle of animal rescue, and we will do everything within our power to support those pets who need help and to assist those who help save so many animals that have no one to care for them.

Save a life — do not breed your pet. Save a pet that no one else loves.

That pet will love you more than you can ever imagine. Thank those individuals who spend their time and money to help those animals in need. These are the reasons we come to work every day— to care for those lives.

THANK YOU TO ALL WHO SUPPORT THE MISSION OF SAVING ANIMALS, ONE LIFE AT A TIME.

We may not be able to change and save the whole world, but for that one pet that is saved from neglect, vetted, given flea medications, spayed, neutered, vaccinated against parvo, and LOVED — you have saved their whole world.