At East Atlanta Animal Clinic our goal is to provide top-quality services and products that will improve the health and well being of your pet. We provide a caring and protective environment where families can obtain primary care for their pets. We believe that our first responsibility is to be an advocate for pets and secondly to foster the human-animal bond. We commit to continually educate our clients, the community, and ourselves. We offer a full range of veterinary services associated with small animal medicine and surgery. We welcome you to join our family and look forward to getting acquainted with you and your pet. Please call our office to schedule an appointment at 404-523-8765.
Check out our social pages:Facebook
Did you know that East Atlanta Animal Clinic has an online pharmacy? You can easily get all of your pet's medications and prescription diets delivered right to your door for about the same price as you would pay in our clinic. EAAC has partnered with VetSource, an online pharmacy with Vet-VIPPS accreditation through the National Association of Boards of Pharmacy.
Each of the products from our online pharmacy comes with the same manufacturer guarantee you would get when you buy the product in-person at our clinic. You may be suprised to learn that many manufacturers cannot guarantee their products when they are obtained through some of the generic online pet pharmacies.
EAAC's online pharmacy carries heartworm prevention, flea and tick prevention, prescription therapeutic drugs, wellness supplements AND prescription diets. Prices are comparable to what you would pay in our clinic. In addition, prices stay competitive within the pharmacy market. VetSource even offers promotions or coupons from time to time.
Ordering through our online pharmacy is fast and easy. Check out our online pharmacy today!
Meet Tiger, EAAC's featured pet for December. Read what his owner has to say about this adorable Sphynx kitty:
This is Tiger. He doesn't have any hair - just a lot of peach fuzz. That's okay, though. He's not supposed to, because he's not like other cats. Some people find that a little weird, but Tiger doesn't mind too much. Once he headbutts his way into your lap and you give him a good petting, you will probably forget about the whole hair thing.
Now, things haven't always been so great for Tiger. He used to look like Jabba the Hutt. (Really.) After that, his teeth were in awful shape, which wasn't a lot of fun, either.
Dr. Ringstrom has him fixed up pretty well now, though, which leaves Tiger free to pursue his favorite hobbies: running from Theanie the puppy, crying at his owners in the morning, and curling up with Chauncey the wiener dog for a nap. Since losing weight, he's also picked up a new pastime: jumping on the kitchen counter to lick food off the cast iron cookware.
Tiger's owners have started a blog for him! Follow Tiger the Sphynx: http://senorsphynx.tumblr.com/