Although Hog Mountain Animal Hospital specializes in urgent treatment for furry friends, its mission doesn't stop there. Regular checkups help ensure dogs and cats remain healthy, and dental screenings keep their teeth primed to munch on their food and any report cards that happen to be right next to their food. Grooming and boarding services round out the hospital's offerings, keeping pets tick-free through the summer months and happy while their families are away.
Veterinarians at The Cat and Dog Clinic understand that cats and dogs both need their own space. The clinic started out as cats-only and continues to offer grooming and boarding services available only for felines. Cats get their own exam rooms for checkups and a playroom for free time, but that doesn’t mean dogs are treated as second-class citizens. Staff members quickly usher pooches from waiting room to exam table, where they’re greeted warmly and asked for their driver's licenses.
Dogs live like kings at Fur’st Class Pet Resort, where caring attendants cater to their every need. Groomers transform canine hygiene into a spa-like experience by blow-drying fur, manicuring nails, trimming fur, and asking it who is a good boy or girl. They can also dole out breed-specific haircuts for pups and groom cats seeking a red-carpet style.
Dogs, cats, and ferrets vacation in the resort’s spacious pet condos, which come equipped with ample climate-controlled areas for snacking, napping, and playing. Cats can admire the grounds from picture windows, and dogs can race across a fenced-in 2-acre playground. Friendly staffers lavish the animals with attention, serve meals at regular intervals, and administer medications upon request. A chauffeur can fetch pets from homes in Clarke and Oconee Counties and return them home at a convenient time. Obedience instructors also visit the facility on a regular basis, teaching dogs of all ages how to sit, stay, and dance the minuet.
An inquisitive dog cocks its head in a decal that adorns Suwanee Animal Hospital’s blue-and-white truck, which the clinic’s team uses to make house calls. However, the staff—currently comprising six vets—has worked primarily out of the animal hospital and emergency clinic for the past two decades, tending to ailing animals with medication and, when necessary, surgery. Voted best in Suwanee by area Patch users, the hospital safeguards animals within a spacious boarding kennel and cat facility while owners travel or decide to host flea circuses in their homes. Meanwhile, on-site groomers beautify pups with shampooing, blow dries, hair cuts, inside ear cleaning and nail trims.