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Your pets provide unfettered love and affection, reduce stress levels and add joy to your home. They are your dogs and cats, and they deserve the very best in medical care.
Central Animal Hospital in Savannah, Georgia, offers health and wellness services specifically for dogs and cats. We believe whole-heartedly that a trip to the vet should be easy, informative and personalized. We offer longer appointment times so we can thoroughly discuss your pet’s needs, and find treatment plans that work for you.
As a locally-owned and operated veterinary office, we staff friendly, communicative people who know you and your pet. Our philosophy is to treat you and your pet the way we would want to be treated: with respect, honesty and kindness.
Alex Hill, DVM - Cara Ann Hammons, DVM - Sarah Taylor, DVM
Savannah Veterinarian | Central Animal Hospital Inc | 912-234-4772
2417 Bull Street
Savannah, GA 31401
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Very pleased customer - I bring my cats in, and the absolutely adore the staff as well :)
Lio C. / Savannah, GA