Our veterinarians and support staff provide complete medical care for dogs and cats, including vaccinations and exams, surgical services, dental care, nutrition, boarding and bathing.

Wellness Exams

We recommend that your pet have a complete wellness exam yearly.  The yearly exam gives your veterinarian the chance to look for early signs of disease, including annual screening for intestinal parasites and heartworms.  Blood screening panels are run to ensure a pet's health. Because pets age faster than people, your exams are very important.


In general, we recommend you spay or neuter your pets if they are not intended for breeding. Pets should have finished their puppy/kitten vaccines before scheduling surgery. We generally like pets to be 6 months old but this can vary depending on the pet. More>

Diagnostic Imaging

We offer radiographic imagining services which helps our veterinarians evaluate musculoskeletal, cardiovascular (cardiopulmonary), gastrointestinal, reproductive and urinary systems.  In addition, we offer dental imaging to detect dental disease (abscess, fracture, bone loss) under the gum line.  We use state-of-the-art digital radiology that emits less radiation and provides clear, detailed images. >>more  


We offer a variety of surgical services here at Ansley, including routine procedures such as spays and neuters to soft tissue excisions.  For orthopedic and soft tissue surgeries, we may refer out to our trusted specialists.  We schedule surgeries Monday through Friday. Clients are asked to drop off at 8 am and pick up between 5-6pm.  If your pet is over 7 years old the doctor will recommend performing blood work prior to the surgery.


It is very important to measure your pet’s food carefully.  Most animals intake is measured by weight, but at your pet’s annual exam the veterinarian can tell you how much you should be feeding.  The general rule for adult dogs and cats is 1 cup of dry food per 20lbs of body weight.  Growing kittens and puppies may need more to begin with. More>

Dental Care

Have you noticed a foul odor coming from your pet's mouth or a brown accumulation on the teeth?  Your pet may suffer from dental disease.  It’s not uncommon.  Nearly 85% of dogs and cats suffer from some degree of dental disease.  Proper dental care will increase your pet's quality of life. More>

Travel: Health Certificates

If you plan to visit another country with your pet, you may find it difficult to navigate through the rules and regulations associated with taking pets abroad.  We are here to assist you in completing the paperwork and treatments needed for travel. Please come to your appointment prepared with the schedule provided by the USDA. For more information go to the USDA Website or call 770-922-7860. More>


We recommend all pets get a microchip for registration and identification of your pet, in case he or she gets lost.  To have your pet microchipped means to insert a small informational chip placed under the skin.  We use Microfinder microchips, however we can scan other microchip brands to help reunite owners with their lost pets.  If you find a pet that may be lost, come to Ansley and we can have it scanned. More>


We have an in house pharmacy that can fulfill all of you pets prescription needs.  We also have an online store. Click here to learn more about our pharmacies and to learn about using a different online pharmacies.    


While Ansley Animal Clinic is a medical facility, we offer boarding services for cats and dogs.  This service is reserved for Ansley clients due to limited cage availability.  We recommend that you make a boarding reservation well in advance, especially during holidays. We charge by the night, so drop off and pick up is available during business hours only.


We offer bathing services for both dogs and cats.    We require you schedule this ahead of time so we can reserve kennel space, and have you drop your pet off by 10 am Monday through Friday.  We ask that you pick up after 2pm to ensure your pet is fully dry.  During the bath your pet will receive a complimentary nail trim.  Additional services not included in the bath price are ear cleaning, extensive brushing, expressing anal glands, teeth brushing and sanitary shaves.  We do not offer any hair trimming; the only cuts we do are sedated shaves for medical reasons.  If you would like to bring your pet in for a nail trim only, you do not need to schedule an appointment.  We recommend regular trims to avoid breakage or other complications due to outgrown quicks.  Please keep in mind if your pets nails are very long it may take a few trimmings to get them to the desired length.


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