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Looking for quality pet care? We're your go-to hospital.
Atlanta West Veterinary Hospital offers reasonably priced experienced care for your dogs, cats, reptiles, exotic pets, and large animals in the Villa Rica - West Georgia Area.
With more than 30 years of experience in veterinary medicine, we understand that your pet is a member of the family, and a visit to the vet can be stressful for certain pets.That is why Dr. Burnett and our experienced team treat each pet that comes into our state-of-the-art facility with the utmost care. We take the time to make sure you have all the information you need when it comes to your pet's care to select the best course of action for their quality of life. Dr. Burnett is one of the few USDA (United States Department of Agriculture) certified veterinarians in Georgia for Domestic/International Travel Certificates and Services.
We strive to ensure your pet receives the best care possible by offering later office hours and house calls.
From preventative veterinary care to major surgery, cold-laser therapy, boarding, and grooming we work our hardest to help your pet live a long healthy life.
Call Atlanta West Veterinary Hospital today at 770-459-2253, or browse our website for more information about our services and general pet care.
Dr. Stuart Burnett, D.V.M.
They have a love and compassion for animals that is so refreshing.
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