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All Species 24 Hr is the only AAHA accredited 24 hour emergency animal hospital in the Greater Atlanta Area, which has the expertise and training to handle all of your veterinary needs. Not only can we take care of traditional small household pets such as birds, cats and dogs, our dedicated staff has handled everything from Aardvarks to Snakes. You can take a look at some of our exotic guests in the photo area.
We are the only 24 hour American Animal Hospital Associated (AAHA) certified all species animal hospital in the metro Atlanta area. We provide orthopedic surgery for mammals. We provide services for birds, especially those having difficulty laying their eggs (eggs crossed), lizards, turtles, anteaters, sugar gliders, rabbits, pot belly pigs, hamsters, snakes , and even horses have walked through our doors. We have on site lab testing available for most tests required, dental cleaning, x-ray services, an isolation unit, as well as intensive care unit. Certified to take in animals for observation as directed by the County Animal Control for those who have been bitten people.
The groomer specializes in giving baths and grooms to dogs and cats that other places turn away, whether they are just young puppies or geriatric dogs that have a hard time standing. Her care and compassion has been built through 34 years of pediatric nursing.
Kennel staff is dedicated only to the animals in the back and are here seven days a week to take care of any animal left in our care. Daycare provides an opportunity for your dog to play and be with other animals.
Why are we so proud of our AAHA Accreditation?
To be accredited by AAHA, our hospital must demonstrate an exceptional level of medical care and client service. Our hospital has been successfully evaluated by an AAHA practice consultant on approximately 900 standards that directly correlate to the care we are providing. We believe that this helps us keep on the leading edge of veterinary medicine and focused on continuous improvement to assure we can offer the quality and range of services you expect and deserve for your pet.
Thank you for entrusting us with the care of your beloved pet.
At All Species Animal Hospital, we treat your pets like the valued family members they are.
Dr. Garry Innocent
Duluth Veterinarian | All Species Animal Hospital | (678) 475-1262
4075 Pleasant Hill Rd
Duluth, GA 30096
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