- * Animals should be under control at all times, either on a leash or in
a carrier box (CATS MUST BE IN A CARRIER BOX).
- * Appointments are necessary
- * NO food or water after 10pm the night before surgery. This is
necessary to prevent the inhalation of vomit while under anesthesia.
- * You
must deliver and pick up your pet the times specified.
- * We Only accept Cash
- * We have the right to refuse pets - Examples- sickness, size,
age, cats not in carriers, late for drop off, rude pet owner, etc ...
It is your responsibility to ensure that your animal is in good health prior to surgery. Puppies and kittens are recommended to have the appropriate vaccinations prior to
surgery. As with any surgery, there are risks. It is recommended
that a dog be heartworm tested and a cat feline leukemia/FIV tested prior to surgery. Pets over the age of 5 should have blood
work done prior to surgery- at regular vet office. Leukemia/FIV positive cats will receive surgery unless you request us not to, or if the Veterinarian feels the cat
is to sick and may not survive. If you pay for the testing and surgery and surgery is witheld (for any reason)
your surgery fees will be refunded at pick up. . We recommend that all animals have regular veterinary care.
You will be sent home with post- op instructions,
If you have an emergency or any questions, you can call us. 770-942-4984
or there is a list of emergency clinic that accepted our referral
Carroll county animal hospital 770-8322475 635 columbia Dr GA 30117
Westside animal emergency hospital 770-8191090 875 Thornton rd lithia spring
South atlanta veterinary emergency and specialty 770 460-8166
1090 GA-54 fayetteville GA 30214
city veterinary medical center emergency clinic 770-964-0700 6702 Shannon pkwy union city GA 30291