We are excited to offer our current clients the opportunity to engage in telemedicine. Telemedicine is not trying to replace visits to the hospital. Rather it’s about complementing our in hospital services and establishing a means to monitor patients and communicate with clients using the most advanced technology. Clients are always welcome to call and schedule an appointment, but we hope that our clients will appreciate the flexibility of a telemedicine consultation when appropriate.
With the advancement of technology literally putting cameras in our hands (through most cell phones) veterinary telemedicine can thrive. It saves you a trip to the vet while putting your mind at ease with quick feedback from your veterinary team. Rather than calling the clinic phone with a question about your pet, you can engage in a video call or send a picture through a chat and show your veterinarian exactly what’s concerning you. This gives us a thorough understanding of the situation, too, so we can offer you the best advice.
Response time is 1-2 hours. This is not meant to be used in an emergency.
These virtual visits are great for…
Post Surgery concerns
Follow up visit questions
Coughing & Sneezing
Chronic Care questions
Hospice/ end of life questions or concerns
IF THIS IS AN EMERGENCY PLEASE GO TO THE CLOSEST EMERGENCY FACILITY
How do I initiate a telemedicine consult?
Virtual Visit Pricing
Monday-Friday 6pm-10 pm
Saturday 3pm-10 pm
Sunday 9 am-10 pm
Are All Pets Eligible For Telemedicine?
When it comes to enhancing and improving patient care, the AVMA encourages veterinarians to make the best use of technology possible, while still maintaining high-quality, safe, responsible veterinary practices. In order to do so, the AVMA permits veterinarians to practice telemedicine inside their veterinary license’s issuing state. Except in the event of an emergency, veterinarians are only allowed to provide patient-specific advice, treatments, or dietary recommendations via telemedicine for patients with whom they have an established veterinarian-client patient relationship (VCPR).
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For the best pet grooming and pet spa in Griffin, GA, contact our professional and experienced team. Pet Grooming is more than just great looks, it is an important part of dog health. Our Griffin, GA pet groomers make it easy with options for dropoff as early as 7:00 a.m.
In addition to regular grooming, we offer a variety of innovative and beneficial spa services that can be added to your pet's appointment. Let us know what issues your pup may have, and we can customize their spa treatment for maximum results.
For the truly pampered pet, we are proud of our Dog Spa Services in Griffin, GA. These treatments will make them look, feel and smell fantastic!
This powerhouse of ingredients works wonders for dogs with skin issues. Hot spots, blemishes, irritations and other canine dermatitis conditions can cause pain, tenderness and sensitivity. The soothing mud bath, made with all natural ingredients combines mineral rich clay with high concentrations of colloidal oatmeal and nourishing, healing ingredients such as organic aloe vera powder, green-tea, lavender and Witch Hazel. The "mud" is applied all over the body and then massaged in for 10-15 min., which dogs find extremely relaxing. At times, a warm towel compress is applied to further promote healing and relief. It also leaves the skin smelling amazing and fresh!
For those minty fresh dog kisses, be sure and add on the teeth brushing service. We use an all organic peppermint dog specific toothpaste so it is safe for your dog to ingest. It smells amazing and helps with keeping your dog's pearly whites in good condition. This does not replace the need for regular dental cleanings, but does help promote healthy teeth, gums and good breath in your pooch.
This facial treatment has many benefits for your dog. Aside from the fact that your dogs face will smell amazing, this facial also improves tear stains, helps improve dry skin and brightens the dog's coat. Every dog can benefit from the facial but it is especially ideal for dogs with wrinkles and folds on their faces or those with very furry faces, as those areas tend to hold in smells and bacteria if not properly cleaned. Because of the sensitive area that the product is applied, the blueberry facial is hypoallergenic, lick-safe and tearless.
Paw pad and nose care are often overlooked areas of dog health. We have shoes to protect out feet throughout our lives but dogs paw pads are subjected to all surfaces, all weather conditions, all the time. This can lead to dry, cracked and painful pads. Our paw pad soother is ideal for the above mentioned as well as hyperkeratosis, paw allergy symptoms and dry elbows.
Dog's noses can also become painful, dry, cracked and chapped. The nose moisturizer will help with these things as well as hyperkeratosis, extreme weather conditions and acts as a natural sunscreen. This product works much faster than coconut oil alone.
Both of these products are organic, vegan and 100% naturally based so it will not be harmful if licked.
Does your dog lick and chew his paws? Do his paws have a constant smell to them? This often happens when there is a buildup of bacteria, fungus and/or yeast in the toes and around the paw pads that regular bathing alone may not address. The luxurious natural ingredients in the soaks help to get rid of these unpleasant problems and also helps to condition the paws.
All of our dog nail trims are done using a dremel tool, which allows us to file the nail to a blunt end as opposed to the often painful clipping of the nail which can leave sharp edges and be very uncomfortable for the dog. By grinding the nails, there are no risks of cutting too deep into the quick, causing bleeding and discomfort. If a dog's nails are severely overgrown or curled, a nail clipper will be used as needed and then the dremel tool will be utilized to finish the service.
De-matting is the process of getting out tight mats that are close to the skin and cannot be brushed out with a regular brush. A detangling spray is applied to each individual mat, then worked out with special tools designed to loosen the matted fur until each one is pliable and able to be brushed. Certain dog breed coats are more prone to matting than others and too much time in between regular groomings can also be a major source of mats.
A dog will "blow his coat" certain times of the year. This can mean that the dog is preparing for warmer temperatures such as spring time, for example, and is shedding the thicker winter coat it has developed in the colder months. A deshed treatment is going to loosen up all the loose undercoat on the dog's body and remove alot of that extra fluff. There are a few steps to the deshed process. The first one starts with
a special formula deshed shampoo that is applied during the bath to loosen up alot of the dead fur. The blowdryer is then combined with specific brushes such as a Furminator brush and rake brush to remove the extra coat. This can be a time consuming process for the groomer but the results are worth the effort.
Just like people, a dog may require a more specialized shampoo product depending on their needs. We offer several specialty shampoos to help with specific issues your dog may have, made with all natural ingredients. Whether it is a sensitive skin issue, moisturizing, calming, mobility or other, we've got a shampoo that will work for your pooch.