At WellPet Humane, our staff works to keep your pet healthy. We emphasize prevention as a means to keep your pet in good health. If your pet does experience medical problems, we have excellent resources in our Treatment Center to respond to most conditions your pet is experiencing.
Our goal is to help prevent diseases and health issues before they become serious problems for your pet. As such, prevention is a major focus of our practice and our staff is skilled at looking for even the subtlest early warning signs of disease during your pet’s routine examinations. Our Wellness Center is walk-in only. Hours are Monday-Saturday from 8 am-4 pm. We are closed from 12 pm to 1 pm for lunch. Patients are typically taken in up to 30 minutes before closing for lunch and for the day. Occasionally if there is especially high volume we may stop taking in patients earlier.
Pets age more rapidly than people and can develop disease conditions that can go unnoticed, even to the most attentive pet owner. We are skilled in detecting conditions that have gradual onset and subtle signs. Early detection allows problems to be treated easily. Help foster early detection and treatment by coming in for an examination.
When you are experiencing an illness, injury or emergency with your pet, we provide the compassionate care your pet needs. We know that it is sometimes difficult to determine if your pet is in crisis, which is why we encourage you to call and speak with one of our team members. Our trained staff can answer your questions, ease your mind, and provide information that will help you make a decision regarding your pet’s medical care.
When your pet has a problem we are there to offer medical service with our Veterinarian’s expertise and our in-house diagnostics lab. Treatment center clients are generally seen by appointment (which you may request online or give us a call at 770-455-1011). WellPet humane offers walk-in urgent care slots available Monday-Saturday, starting as early as 8am. These appointments are first come, first serve. Cut off times can be determined by volume, staff, and the doctor’s discretion.