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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.
Spring Safety Tips
Spring is upon us, and that means spending more time outdoors! If you'll be tending to a garden thing spring season, make sure you are sticking to pet-friendly plants! There are so many different types of plants and garden items that could quickly become dangerous to your pet if ingested, so talk to us if you have any questions about your plants. We've created this guide to help you create a safe outdoor space for your furry friend to enjoy.
Research Plants Before Gardening
There are so many different types of plants that can quickly become dangerous to pets, so make sure you are researching before adding something to your garden. The most common poisonous plants include:
Lillies, Sago Palm, Tulips, Oleander, Philodendrons, Azaleas, Autumn Crocus, Yew, Cyclamen, Chrysanthemums, English Ivy
Keep Pets Out of Your Garden
Another way you can make sure that your pet does not ingest any potentially harmful plant is to take measures to keep them out of your garden entirely. That could mean adding fencing, potting plants out of reach of animals, or perhaps keeping plants in a greenhouse. Raising your garden beds or using hanging baskets can also keep your pet and plants safe.
Choose the Right Mulch
Some mulch can be poisonous to pets, like cocoa bean mulch. This mulch has a sweet scent that could actually attract a curious nose, but it can be deadly if ingested by your pet. Avoid using this type of mulch, and instead go for something like pine, cedar, or hemlock mulch which is not poisonous. However, still make an effort to keep your pet out of these areas because some mulch can cause internal injuries, like the pine needles in pine mulch.
Dogs & Puppies
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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