WellPet Humane Animal Hospital – Doraville, GA 2017-11-16T12:47:51+00:00

 

Wellness Center is now open Wednesdays from 1:00pm – 8:00pm

Break 5:00-5:15pm

Affordable Veterinary Medicine in the Atlanta, GA Area

WellPet Humane is a full-service veterinary clinic in Doraville, Georgia providing compassionate care to pets within a friendly and modern facility. Our focus is on wellness care, and treating a wide range of medical issues common to dogs and cats.

Holiday Hours

  • Nov 22nd – All services closing at 12pm
    Wellness clinic will be open from 8am-12pm
  • Nov 23rd – Closed
  • Dec 25th and 26th – Closed
  • Dec 27th thru 29th – All services close at 4pm
  • Jan 1st and 2nd – Closed

We will be open regular business hours on all days that are not listed. Happy Holidays!

Wellness Care

Exams and immunizations are the cornerstone of high quality health care

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Medical Services

Improving the lives of pets and their families with the safest possible procedures

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Pet Owner Resources

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Pet Health Articles

At Home Dental Care

Home dental care is a preventative maintenance, it does not correct dental problems. The goal of a dental home care program is to decrease plaque and prevent calculus formation on your pet’s teeth. Prevention of periodontal disease involves a multifaceted approach combining the use of daily brushing, diets, chews, and treats. The more that you can do at home, the less will need to be done by your veterinarian. Several [...]

Parvo

Symptoms If your dog, especially a puppy, begins exhibiting any of these symptoms, call us immediately.  When parvo is involved, every hour counts. The secret of survival is quick treatment, so don’t ignore these symptoms!  One or all of these will usually begin showing after 3 – 10 days of infection.  We treat parvo at Wellpet Humane. Please call us immediately if your pet shows any symptoms. Lethargic.  If your [...]

Canine Influenza

As many people have recently heard, there has been a confirmed case of Canine Influenza diagnosed in Georgia this week. Although the cross-reactivity of the available vaccine with the current virus is unknown, many boarding and grooming facilities will be requiring dogs to be vaccinated. We are also recommending that any dogs visiting dog parks or other areas in which unvaccinated dogs may be present should receive the Canine Influenza [...]