Welcome to the Village Animal Hospital


We thrive on knowing that every day we have the privilege of helping improve the life of our patients. We are committed to providing the highest quality medical care and giving personalized attention to all our patients and their owners.


We would like to meet you! We invite you to stop by our practice for a hospital tour anytime, and experience all we have to offer and give us an opportunity to care for that important member of your family, your pet. We are open 6 days a week Monday thru Saturday. Our hours are 7:30 - 6:00 pm with the exceptions of Wednesday 7:30 - 12:30 and Saturdays 8:30 - 2:30 pm.


We have a number of resources for you to learn about how to take better care of your pets. Browse around and look at our articles and pet videos. The best veterinary care for animals is ongoing nutrition and problem prevention. If you want to ask a question call 770.754.1234 or email us and we'll promptly get back to you. Our Johns Creek veterinarian office is very easy to get to, and you can find directions on our Contact Us page. You can also subscribe to our newsletter which is created especially for Johns Creek pet owners. In between your veterinary visits, your pet will benefit from you reading these free informative articles.


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Autumn Safety Tips


As the vibrant colors of autumn foliage begin to grace our surroundings, it's important to remember that the changing season also brings new safety concerns for our beloved pets. Here are some essential autumn safety tips to ensure your furry companions stay healthy and happy during this time of year:
Watch Out for Toxic Plants
Autumn often brings mushrooms and other toxic plants that can be harmful if ingested by pets. Keep a close eye on your pets during walks and in your backyard to prevent them from nibbling on unfamiliar flora.
Beware of Leaf Piles
Dogs, in particular, love to jump into piles of fallen leaves. Before letting your pet frolic in them, inspect the area for hidden dangers such as sharp objects, sticks, or even small critters that may be hiding within.
Stay Warm
As temperatures drop, make sure your pets have adequate shelter and warmth. Provide cozy bedding indoors and consider pet sweaters or coats for outdoor adventures, especially for short-haired breeds.
Be Cautious with Antifreeze
Antifreeze is extremely toxic to pets due to its sweet taste. Ensure it's stored securely out of reach, and clean up any spills immediately. Watch for signs of antifreeze poisoning, such as vomiting or lethargy.
Keep Halloween Safe
Halloween can be a fun but potentially hazardous time for pets. Keep candy and chocolate away from them, as these can be toxic. Ensure your pet's costume is comfortable and doesn't obstruct their vision or movement.
Fall Allergies
Just like humans, pets can experience seasonal allergies. Watch for signs like excessive itching, sneezing, or watery eyes, and consult your vet for appropriate treatment.
Regular Vet Check-ups
Ensure your pet's vaccinations and flea/tick prevention are up to date. Fall is a prime time for ticks, so be vigilant during outdoor activities.
Daylight Hours
With shorter days, consider reflective gear or LED collars for evening walks to make sure your pet remains visible to drivers.
By following these autumn safety tips, you can help your pets enjoy the season as much as you do while keeping them safe from seasonal hazards. Remember that each pet is unique, so consult our veterinarian for specific advice tailored to your furry friend's needs.


Our Services
  • Dogs & Puppies

  • Emergency Care

  • Cats & Kittens

  • Ester Park [5 Stars]
    They were amazing made time for my baby 30 mins before closing and made sure she was taken care of. If you’re looking for a vet I 100% recommend
  • Debby Braun [5 Stars]
    This is the BEST Vet ever!!!!! The loving, caring attention from the staff and the doctor made me feel better too! As a new doggie mommy, I was in a panic when my little buddy got bit by a snake. She was doing better as a new doggie Monnie, I was in a panic when my little buddy got bit by snake. She was doing better and as soon as we left. That made us both happy! Amazing follow up as well! Highly recommend!
  • JT Thompson [5 Stars]
    Compassionate, caring and such a wonderful team. Worth six stars if I could give.
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The Village Animal Hospital
5075 Abbotts Bridge Rd
Suite 800
Johns Creek GA 30005
Phone: (770) 754-1234
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