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ValueCare Pet Wellness Clinics are now part of the Georgia Veterinary Associates Family!
Russell Ridge Animal Hospital -Lawrenceville
Hamilton Ridge Animal Hospital-Buford
Apalachee Ridge Animal Hospital - Dacula
The Cat Clinic - Cumming
Abbotts Bridge Animal Hospital - Johns Creek/Duluth
Camden Village Animal Hospital - Johns Creek/Alpharetta
Welcome to Georgia Veterinary Associates, Inc., your destination for compassionate, high-quality veterinary care. Our family of companion animal medical and surgical treatment centers provide state-of-the-art veterinary medicine and the latest technology. We treat your pets with all the love and compassion we give our own because we know the importance they have in your family.
Animals have a calming effect on our stressful, high-energy lifestyle; they become our "best friends", offering companionship and unconditional love. Pets have been known to reduce depression and blood pressure, and have a calming positive effect on our long-term health. Naturally, pet owners now have much higher expectations when it comes to veterinary care for this important member of the family.
Georgia Veterinary Associates has responded to this demand by offering state of the art diagnostic and therapeutic procedures, improved animal care products, and specialized surgical equipment. We pride ourselves in investing in education, research, equipment, and our treatment facilities, providing pet owners with more options and better resources.
In addition, all of our companion animal hospitals offer full service pet grooming and bathing for all dog and cat breeds. Whether your pet needs a haircut or just good, long bath, our experienced professional groomers ensure your pet will look and feel his or her best.
We have four convenient locations: Russell Ridge Animal Hospital, Hamilton Ridge Animal Hospital, Apalachee Ridge Animal Hospital and The Cat Clinic of North Georgia. Each practice has something unique and special to offer you and your pet.
We are proud to say four of our locations are accredited by the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA). The AAHA seal indicates our animal hospitals meet or exceed more than 900 rigorous standards for quality care, pain management protocols, and continuing education and training credentials. Look for accreditation of our newest practices soon.
At Georgia Veterinary Associates, we know that a pet is your best friend, companion and an important member of your family. From routine to advanced optimal care, Georgia Veterinary Associates is proud to offer the very best in veterinary medicine, and the very best understanding and respect regarding your special bond with your pet.
Dr. Brad Miller
Dr. Mike Wanchick
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