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  • 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
14 Please GA is a High-Risk State for Heartworms!

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  • Heartworm disease is a very serious and potentially fatal condition spread by infected mosquitoes. Once injected by the mosquito, heartworms mature into adults and begin living in the arteries of the lungs or heart of dogs, cats, and other mammals. They can cause serious damage to the heart and lungs and may lead to congestive heart failure. Symptoms in dogs include a mild persistent cough, fatigue, lethargy, reduced appetite, and weight loss. While monthly prevention is safe, easy, and inexpensive, treatment for dogs is normally costly, involves an extensive recovery, and is not always successful. As of yet, there is no reliable treatment available for cats. Georgia is a severely high-risk area for heartworms, so it is important to give your pet heartworm prevention year-round! The monthly heartworm preventives we recommend for dogs are: Advantage Multi (topical- prevents fleas and heartworms), Trifexis (chewable tablet- prevents fleas and heartworms), and Iverhart (chewable tablet- heartworms). For cats we recommend Advantage Multi (topical).

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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.
Ask The Vet is a corner of our website that allows our community to ask our veterinarian questions. Check out other questions that have been covered and submit your own if you like. (coming soon)

What to Expect if Your Pet Needs Dental Care

Root canals, dental x-rays, orthodontics, crowns, caps, implants, and periodontal surgery for pets? You must be kidding! Not at all. Dental procedures are performed daily in veterinary practices. How does a loving pet owner know if dental care is needed, and where can a pet owner go for advanced dental care?

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