Perry, Georgia

Perry Animal Hospital

Perry Animal Hospital

633 General Courtney Hodges Blvd.
Perry, GA 31069
478-224-7387
Perry Animal Hospital, Veterinarians, Health and Beauty, Perry, Georgia

Perry Animal Hospital provides excellent medical care to small animals in the Perry, GA, area. The passionate animal lovers who work at Perry Animal Hospital go above and beyond for all of their patients and their human companions!

Savvy pet owners choose Perry Animal Hospital as their veterinary clinic because they offer the most comprehensive services in town, and their focus on small animal care and preventative wellness is unmatched. Their unique wellness care and vaccination program will not only help you prevent your furry friend from getting fleas or ticks, but it will also help you make sure your pet maintains a healthy weight, gets enough exercise, and lives a life that’s as long and happy as possible.

In addition to providing excellent routine medical services and preventative care advice, the veterinary clinic takes pride in offering specialty services for the convenience of their clients. Innovative laser surgery, pain management and control programs, and microchip pet identification, are among the most popular of their specialty services. The animal hospital also boasts on-site pet boarding facilities, which is a favorite of pet owners who want to make sure their furry friend will be well cared for while they travel.

From the friendly faces at the front desk to the expert veterinarians and innovative wellness programs, Perry Animal Hospital is truly unlike any other veterinary clinic in the Perry area. Join the family by filling out a new client form on the website or call the animal hospital directly at (478) 224-7387. 

Announcements & Events from Perry Animal Hospital
Veterinarian Do’s & Don’ts for Fourth of July Pet Safety, Perry, Georgia
Barbecues, beach trips, fireworks—Fourth of July offers a lot to look forward to. Many loving pet-owners may be tempted to include their furry friends in the fun. As any veterinarian...read more
A Veterinarian Shares 5 Tips for Preventing Fleas & Ticks, Perry, Georgia
According to veterinarians, fleas and ticks are at the top of the list of common pet care concerns. Now that the weather is warmer, the bugs will continue to breed and multiply....read more
Heartworm Awareness Month: What Your Veterinarian Wants You to Know , Perry, Georgia
Heartworm disease is a devastating and potentially fatal condition that affects dogs and cats. Fortunately, it is easy to prevent, which is why April has been established as&nbs...read more
A Veterinary Clinic's Top 5 Reasons to Spay or Neuter a Pet, Perry, Georgia
Keeping a pet healthy involves taking certain key steps. At Perry Animal Hospital, in Houston County, GA, they emphasize that spaying or neutering is one of them. The profession...read more
Puppy and Kitten Discount Club, Perry, Georgia
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Your pet can contract many of the same dental problems that you can, but it won’t be as obvious when it happens. That’s why it’s important to regularly take your cat or dog to the an...read more
Heartworm disease is a very serious, potentially fatal condition that is transmitted to dogs and cats through mosquito bites. Since peak mosquito season roughly falls between April a...read more
We are offering a limited number of Spay/Neuters to be done at a discounted rate. They will be scheduled on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday in December. A $25 non-refundable deposit is ...read more
If you’re one of the many pet parents who plan to include their pets in their holiday festivities, you need to know how to do so safely. The holidays bring a lot of sweet treats and ...read more
Diabetes in your dog or cat is a serious disease with side effects and complications that can negatively affect your pet’s quality of life. However, with proper management and medica...read more
Aside from a few giant dog breeds, most household pets are much smaller than their owners. That means even though you might not notice a few extra pounds on your own figure, that sam...read more
Maintaining the health of your cat or dog’s teeth is an important part of pet care. Unfortunately, dental issues—especially periodontal disease—is a real problem for the ma...read more
Has your pet seemed lethargic, disinterested in regular activities, or experienced rapid weight loss? These could be signs of heartworm disease. This condition is caused by a parasit...read more
As creatures of habit, dogs and cats aren’t always the most willing to indulge in new activities—especially if that activity is taking medication. But, since medications can be a cri...read more
When it comes to our barking furry friends, one of the scariest threats to their health comes in the form of viruses. Luckily, most of these can be prevented with dog vaccinations at...read more
Independence Day is one of the most exciting days of the year for most Americans. After spending much of the morning and afternoon swimming, barbecuing, and socializing with friends ...read more
As lovable as cats and dogs may be, they can also harbor zoonotic parasites, which are capable of jumping to humans. Contact with infected pets or exposure to contaminated feces can ...read more
One of the most important parts of pet care is monitoring how they interact with other people and animals. Not only can this keep your furry friend out of trouble, but it can help pr...read more
Few events are as scary as losing a precious pet. Even if you’ve safeguarded your dog or cat with an ID tag and collar, they can easily fall off, leaving you susceptible to unim...read more
Spring provides much-needed relief from the winter blues, with you and your four-legged friend most likely spending more time in the sun. As wonderful as warmer weather is, it is als...read more
February is National Pet Dental Health Month, and your pet’s oral health has a direct effect on his or her overall health. According to the American Veterinarian Medical Associa...read more
Whether you’re a dog or cat person, your furry friend is part of the family. And, just like with your human family members, prevention can go a long way when it comes to maintaining ...read more
You love your pet. That’s why you schedule regular visits with your veterinarian. However, if you’re looking to do everything you can to provide for your pet’s health, you should als...read more
If you’ve decided to place your dog or cat in a pet boarding facility, you’ll want to know that your animal is in good hands while you’re away. While you can always do a little bit o...read more
One of the best ways to look after your pet’s health is to schedule regular pet exams. According to Perry Animal Hospital in Georgia, adult animals should see a veterinarian at least...read more
Vaccinating your pet is an essential part of good pet care. While the specific schedule for dog vaccinations can vary, every dog owner should be sure to keep their pet up-to-date on ...read more
Adopting a puppy is one of the happiest and most memorable experiences a family can have. But with this joy also comes important responsibilities, according to the puppy care experts...read more
You love your pet. Naturally, you want to keep your furry friend happy, healthy, and safe from harm. Fortunately, the animal-loving veterinarians at Perry Animal Hospital in Geo...read more
If you’re getting ready to enjoy a vacation, isn’t it worth it to make sure your pets can enjoy their time away from home, too? Pet parents will find that a trustworthy pet boarding ...read more
When you want to give your pet the best possible care, choosing a qualified veterinary clinic is one of the most important decisions you can make. But what qualifications should you ...read more