Abbott Animal Hospital Serving Lilburn and Gwinnett County, GA
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  • Abbott Animal Hospital Serving Lilburn and Gwinnett County, GA
  • Abbott Animal Hospital Serving Lilburn and Gwinnett County, GA
  • Abbott Animal Hospital Serving Lilburn and Gwinnett County, GA
  • Abbott Animal Hospital Serving Lilburn and Gwinnett County, GA

Let Gwinnett county's, Abbott Animal Hospital be your "other" family doctor. We are the new home away from home: compassionate care in a cozy environment, plentiful treats, minimal stress appointments, personalized service, extra special treatments including boarding and grooming facilities. We strive to promote the best quality of life from being a puppy or kitten through the senior years. Let us advise you on choosing the best diet, creating healthy habits and instilling good manners in your four-legged family members.

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Cats are intelligent and sophisticated. At Abbott Animal Hospital we don't treat cats like small dogs. We understand their needs and personalities are much different than canines. We stay current with the recommendations of the American Association of Feline Practioners and take the time to educate you on what your cat needs. Our vaccine program follows the guidelines to prevent vaccine-related sarcomas. We use only nonadjuvented Merial Purevax vaccines and give only the vaccines necessary to protect your cat according to his lifestyle. To keep your cat parasite free, we recommend only the safest, most-effective and easy to administer medication.

We hope that all of our felines friends live to 20 years. Let us advise you on how to keep your fantastic feline happy and healthy. Let us teach you how to be a savvy cat owner by dispelling some of the mysteries about cats such as litter box habits and good nutrition. In their later age, cats require more attention. We shift the focus from vaccinations to testing for early diagnosis of disease when our patients are more likely to respond to treatment. In their later age, cats require more attention, less vaccinating and more focused on early diagnosis of disease when they are more likely to respond to treatment. Common diseases senior cats develop is kidney failure, hyperthyroidism, osteoarthritis, dental disease and cognitive dysfunction. Yearly or semi-annual check ups keep your senior cat happier, healthier and living longer. We work with compounding pharmacies to create easy to deliver medications in flavored liquids and transdermal gels.

 

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Abbott Animal Hospital

 

   
5534 Lawrenceville Hwy NW
Lilburn, Georgia 30047(770) 921-2121


Mon - Tue: 8:00 am - 5:30 pm
Wed: 8:00 am - 1:00 pm
Thu - Fri: 8:00 am - 5:30 pm
Sat: 8:00 am - 1:00 pm

Closed the third Saturday of each month
Prearranged Sunday morning pick-ups available

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