Intown Animal Hospital

1402-3 N Highland Ave NE
Atlanta, GA 30306

(404)881-1805

www.intownanimalhospital.com

Welcome to
Intown Animal Hospital
in Atlanta


Address
Information

Intown Animal Hospital in Atlanta
1402 N. Highland Ave
Suite 3
Atlanta, GA 30306


Contact
Information

Phone:
(404) 881-1805

Email:
staff@intownanimalhospital.com


Hours
Of Operation

Monday - Friday: 8:30AM - 6PM
Saturday: 8:30AM - 12PM
*Open the first 3 Saturdays of every month
Sunday: Closed


After Hour
Emergencies

Sandy Springs: 404-459-0903
Decatur: 404-924-2000
Westside - Howell Mill:
404-649-6333

 

Welcome to the best in animal care

Intown Animal Hospital in Atlanta

Our goal is to provide excellent quality, compassionate care, and life-long health for your pet. We look forward to welcoming you and your four legged friends to our animal family.

We have an exceptional staff of talented doctors and support technicians with particular interests in all aspects of animal care. Our family-oriented staff is committed to providing you with state of the art veterinary care while maintaining an atmosphere of respect, support, and continued education.

We offer a complete range of veterinary services, including vaccinations, routine, major, and emergency medical, surgical, and dental services.

We also have hospitalization and critical care. Please come and tour our facility anytime. We look forward to serving you and your pet’s needs.

Our Services

Wellness
Programs

Diagnostic
Services

Surgical
Services

Dietary
Counseling

Internal
Medicine

Behavioral
Counseling

Anesthesia

Radiology

Pharmacy

Dentistry

Laboratory

Microchipping

Flea Control

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After Hour Emergencies:

Georgia Veterinary Specialist (Sandy Springs) 404-459-0903
St. Francis Veterinary Specialist & Emergency Service (Decatur) 404-924-2000
Georgia Veterinary Specialist (Westside- Howell Mill) 404-649-6333

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