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Make This 4th of July for the Pets!

Make This 4th of July for the Pets!

July 4th has long been a dreaded holiday in the pet world, and for a good reason. With fireworks going off overhead, sizzling hot weather, and fire and gastrointestinal hazards around food, your furry companion may encounter many dangers. Turn your 4th of July...

Health Tips for Your Senior Cat

Health Tips for Your Senior Cat

Age is nothing but a number- it doesn't stop your older kitty from being a great companion! Keep your senior cat happy and healthy with the tips below. Schedule veterinarian checkups at least twice a year. The older your senior cat, the more important it is to...

How to Prep Your Pet for Camping

How to Prep Your Pet for Camping

Are you ready to take your pet camping this summer? Before you get the tent ready, here are some tips to make sure your pet stays safe this camping trip!  #1: Think of ways to include your pet while camping To make camping fun for you both, include plenty of...

4 Myths on Pet Microchipping

4 Myths on Pet Microchipping

Having your furry friend microchipped can make all the difference in the event of an emergency. Although it may seem scary, the process is simple and safe! Here is a list of myths surrounding microchipping that the team at Animal Medical Care wants to debunk:  ...

3 Surefire Ways to Love Your Senior Pet

3 Surefire Ways to Love Your Senior Pet

Through the thick and thin, our senior fur friends deserve the same love and loyalty they've bestowed upon us throughout their lifetime. Even with age, our companions still have much more to give. Here are 3 simple ways of showing them love in their most distinguished...

Does My Pet Need Urgent Care?

Does My Pet Need Urgent Care?

When your pet is ill or injured, you may not be able to tell if it's time to rush to the emergency vet or wait until your primary veterinarian is open. However, while some scenarios are true emergencies, not all medical conditions need immediate treatment. If you...

The Truth About Heartworm Disease in Pets

The Truth About Heartworm Disease in Pets

Heartworm can be a confusing topic for many pet owners. But our team here at Animal Medical Care is debunking common heartworm myths, to help pet owners understand the importance of year-round prevention.   Myth: Only dogs get heartworms Truth: Heartworms can...

Watch Out For These Garden Toxins

Watch Out For These Garden Toxins

It’s March, and as the spring thaw begins, many of us will be grabbing our gardening gloves to fix up our yards. If your furry companion also plans on joining you, you'll want to know about these common garden toxins for pets.   Pesticides and insecticides —...

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Caring for the pets of Gainesville, GA and the surrounding communities.

Animal Medical Care (AMC) is committed to providing you, your pet, and the Gainesville and Hall County community with high-quality veterinary care and service. We are an AAHA-accredited hospital focused on building strong relationships with each of our clients.

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Contact Info

Phone: 770-532-1217
Fax: 770-532-0311
Email: animalmedical.vet@gmail.com

Location

984 Thompson Bridge Road
Gainesville, GA 30501
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Hours

Mon - Fri: 8 AM - 6 PM
Sat: 8 AM - 1 PM
Sun: Closed