Office Hours
  • Monday:     8 - 6
  • Tuesday:    8 - 6
  • Wenesday: 8 - 6
  • Thursday:   8 - 5
  • Friday:        8 - 5
  • Saturday:    8 - 12
Pet Lifestyles

A Tired Dog is a Happy Dog

No species on earth varies as much as the domestic dog. Dogs can weigh two pounds or two hundred pounds....
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5 Ways to Protect Your Dogs Hearing

The acuity of your family dog’s hearing far surpasses that of humans.  Hearing is a critical sense to dogs, and when diminished, will increase dependency on the sense of smell. . .
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New Kitten Suggestions

More Athens, GA households have dogs than cats, but cats far outnumber dogs as pets. How is this possible? Because many cat lovers believe that when it comes to feline friends, one is simply not enough. Single-dog households are routine, but with cats, the more the merrier!





It is our commitment to provide quality veterinary care to the Athens Community throughout the life of your pet. Our services and facilities are designed to assist in routine preventive care for young, healthy animals; early detection and treatment of disease as your companion animal ages; and medical and surgical care as necessary during his or her more

Please Note: The UGA Vet School has moved and all emergencies will now go to new building at 2200 College Station Rd.


The American Veterinary Medical Association reminds pet owners that brushing their pet’s teeth is good for both their pet’s health and their own budgets. One of the most common problems veterinarians see in pets is dental disease, and unfortunately, these issues can become serious if untreated. Dental infection can spread to the heart, lungs, kidneys, and liver and suddenly become life threatening. Practicing good dental hygiene at home, in addition to regular dental cleanings by your veterinarian, is one of the most efficient and cost-effective way to keep your pets healthy, comfortable and pain-free.

Signs which may indicate that your pet may have dental disease include:

-Bad breath, nasal discharge, or bleeding from the mouth
-Recent decrease in energy
-Drooling or dropping food from the mouth
-Loss of appetite or loss of weight
-Loose or discolored teeth or teeth covered in tartar
-Your pet seems uncomfortable when his mouth is touched

American Veterinary Dental Society’s Tips for Dental Care:

-Take your pet to get a dental exam. Your pet’s teeth and gums are examined each year as part of his/her annual physical exam at BAH.
-Start an at-home regimen. BAH recommends using nutritional supplements such as CET or Purina Dental Chews and implementing a regular teeth brushing schedule to help remove plaque and tartar from your pet’s teeth (Remember to only use toothpaste formulated & flavored for your pet!).
-Schedule dental cleanings. Take your pet for regular dental checkups and schedule cleanings as recommended by your veterinarian.

BAH Dental Health Month Special:
In honor of Pet Dental Health Month, Boulevard Animal Hospital is offering a discount of $40 on all dental cleanings performed during the month of February! Pets will also receive a free CET Finger Brush & Tooth Paste Kit and a complimentary technician follow-up exam one month after their cleaning. *If you are not sure whether your pet needs a dental cleaning, please call us to schedule a complimentary walk-back exam and dental evaluation during January.


Our Vision

Boulevard Animal Hospital, is dedicated to preventative and illness vet care for our cats and dogs. Our Athens Vets understand that you, the owner, are an integral part of their pet's care and we are committed to giving our clients the education, training, and support they need to make informed decisions in caring for their pets.

Closing Our Online Store

We would like to inform our clients that we have decided to discontinue our online store. Boulevard Animal Hospital is dedicated to providing excellent customer service and quality products. Because we have continued to experience problems with our online distributor, and we have no control over the quality of their service, we have decided to close the store so that we can continue to honor the quality of service our customers receive on our behalf. If you are currently ordering products from our online store, please be assured that you can continue to either pick your items up at the clinic or order them from another online source. If your pet is on a prescription diet, please call the clinic before you run out to be sure we have the item in stock or have time to order it for you. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause, but we believe this choice allows us to give you our best service. Thank you, Boulevard Animal Hospital


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