- Mon-Fri: 7:30am to 9:00pm
- Sat: 7:30am to 12:30pm
- Sun: 1:00pm to 5:00pm
What if I have an EMERGENCY?
As a full service hospital, providing a full range of medical services, and boarding,
our mission is to provide the best possible medical and surgical care for your pets.
We recognize that you, the pet owner, are the most important link in the pet care
chain so we strive to educate you to make informed decisions about your pet’s health
- The American Kennel Club- Breed
registry for purebred dogs in the United States. Working to advance the study, breeding,
exhibiting, running and maintenance of purebred dogs.
- The Humane Society of the United
States - The world's largest animal protection organization, working for the
welfare of domestic and wild animals.
- Petfinder.com - Search a
vast database to find a homeless pet to adopt.
- Animal health information from the Veterinary Information Network, an online veterinary
database and community.
We can't say enough good things
about the doctors and staff at Brookhaven Animal Hospital.
They are always kind, professional,
and compassionate. Our pets actually seem to enjoy their visits.
- Katja Liendgens
We've been a client of Brookhaven
Animal hospital for about 5 years. We have really been impressed by the care and
attention our dogs have received when we take them in for shots, check-ups, etc.
We were especially impressed with the care that was shown to both our dog and me
and my husband when we had to make the difficult choice to have our 17 year old
beagle put to sleep. [The staff] was very compassionate and [...] showed great concern
and care in how they handled this very difficult time for us.
We feel that we've found a
great caregiver for our animals."
- Mary Kay Thompson
We are a full service pet hospital, providing a wide range of medical services including,
but not limited to, soft-tissue and oral surgery and preventative dental care. We
also offer quality pet boarding. We are located in the heart of Brookhaven (Atlanta).
We pride ourselves on the personalized attention that we are able to give to all
of our clients. Although the majority of our patients are dogs and cats, we are
able to care for small mammals such as ferrets, rabbits, gerbils, hamsters, and
We DO require that
you make an appointment with one of our doctors Monday through Saturday.
We will see walk-in patients but please be aware that this may require waiting for
a doctor to become available as walk-ins are served on a first come first served
We also offer drop-off services where a pet can be left with us for the day to be
examined by a veterinarian. Pick-up times can be arranged on a case-by-case basis.
We DO require reservations
for boarding during the year and we ask that you please make a reservation with
our front desk staff if you are planning to board your pet with us over a holiday
(Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Year’s) as early as possible. We tend to fill up quickly,
so the sooner, the better! Runs for larger dogs are in high demand.
Holiday No-show Policy: If a reservation is made for a pet but the pet does
not board, a credit card will be charged for a portion of the boarding fees. Please
call if you no longer need our services on Holidays!!
We require payment in full at the time that services are rendered. We accept cash,
checks, major credit cards (Discover, MasterCard, VISA, America Express), and traveler’s
Please bring your
pet in to the hospital before 9:00am. There is someone here to check you in as early
as 8:30am. A technician or your pet’s veterinarian will discuss the procedure and
the risks with you as well as answer any questions.
FAQs for Surgery Patients
- What do I need to do at home before a surgical procedure?
- No food after midnight the day before surgery. Pets may have water up until 7:00am
the day of surgery and then their water bowl needs to be removed.
- What time do I need to drop off my pet?
- Please be here by 9:00am. A technician or your doctor will meet with you to discuss
the procedure further or answer any questions.
- When can my pet go home?
- Time of discharge will vary with both the procedure and the patient. Most pets will
need to spend one night in the hospital.
- Is it absolutely necessary to do the pre-operative blood work?
- Yes. Running blood work prior to anesthesia will alert your doctor to potential
anesthetic complications (liver, kidney disease, dehydration) and allow him/her
to make adjustments to anesthetic protocols. Undergoing anesthesia without blood
work puts your pet at greater risk of complications or even anesthetic death.
Patients that are hospitalized with us overnight are checked on in the evening by