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The Village Vets and WebMD Dental Educational Videos

stage1.milddentalThe Village Vets and WebMD have joined forces to educate the public on proper pet dental care with 3 short videos.

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Top 10 Pet Medical Emergencies

Slider 3 edit 1Dr. Amanda Slider of TVV Decatur Emergency provides us with very critical pet healthcare information...

Most pets will experience some type of emergency medical condition in their lifetime. Below are the most common pet emergencies and a few tips on how to prevent a potential crisis.  Always contact The Village Vets Decatur Emergency immediately, 24-hrs a day, seven days a week, if you have any questions or concerns about your pet. (404-371-0111)

 

 

 

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The Village Vets Online Store

You can purchase your online products and medications from a source you can trust.  Check out the huge savings on heartworm and flea medications when you order them online as well as free shipping for these same products!!  Many more products available.  Learn more.

Two Li'l Punkins, Audrey and Olive

audreyandolive small for websiteCatherine wanted to adopt a pit bull for the longest time. Her husband Jon…not so much. Knowing Catherine it was just a matter of time, a little pleading, and a whole lot of pushing.  Jon's skepticism was not at all unusual, for two reasons - one, there is often uncertainty if you have never owned a pit bull before and secondly, he was really hoping they would someday soon have a baby. Perhaps he was the more realistic and practical one because he knew a new baby would already be a huge adjustment.  But Catherine...not so much. :) 

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The Wonderful, Mysterious Cat

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Dr. Amy Mathews of TVV Buckhead speaks about our feline friends . . .

Cats are extremely popular pets for many good reasons. One of these reasons that may work against them, and us, is the thought that they are low maintenance and do not need or want much attention. Stresses which we unintentionally cause our cats by not providing them a comfortable environment contribute to behavior problems and illnesses in our feline friends. There are more and more resources available to help us see the world through the eyes of cats and to render them a little less mysterious to us mere humans. One if these sources is indoorpet.osu.edu/cats.

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When the Mercury Drops

Do not Leave Your Dog in the Cold

 This topic is worth discussing every winter, even if the vast majority of people already know and understand the importance of protecting pets in cold weather. We feel pretty confident that most of our clients already heed the advice that is published each winter by all the pet health organizations, as well as our own website, Facebook page, newsletters, and the Public Service Announcements we run on local cable channels. Each organization and resource of information list, almost identically, very important cold weather pet care tips and health warnings. Unfortunately, there will be a few folks who doubt the danger cold weather poses, or believes their pet is conditioned to withstand the cold weather.  We agree, there are many dogs that are more conditioned for the cold.  However, there is "cold" and then there is "freezing temps and icy conditions", which is much different and which both pose serious health risks, such as hypothermia and frostbite.  A good rule to follow ... if it is too cold for you with a coat, gloves and hat on - then chances are - it is too cold for them.   These are the cold weather pet care tips:

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Decatur

Location
217 N. McDonough St.,
Decatur, GA 30030
(404) 371-0111

Hours
Open 24 Hours

Lilburn-Stone Mountain

Location
1227 Rockbridge Rd., Ste. 300
Stone Mountain, GA 30087.
(770) 717-1650

Hours
Monday - Friday 7am- 7pm
Saturday: 8am- 6pm
Sunday: 10am- 6pm

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Buckhead

Location
3404 Northside Parkway NW
Atlanta, GA 30327.
(404) 844-4824

Hours
Monday - Friday 7am- 7pm
(Doctors' Hours) 8am - 6pm)
Saturday: 8am- 6pm
Sunday: 10am- 6pm

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