Dr. David Kicklighter from the Georgia Veterinary Medical Association presents Kenny Weaver, LVT with the 2010 "Makes A Difference" Award on October 14th.
We close on the 3rd Tuesday of each month from 1pm - 2:30pm for continuing education. We are also closed for the following holidays: New Year's Day, Saint Patrick's Day, Memorial Day, Fourth of July, Labor Day, Thanksgiving, and Christmas Day
Please note that the veterinarians and the groomers are by appointment only.
For after hours emergency care please call the Savannah Veterinary Emergency Clinic
We pass our 101 year Birthday on April 25th, 2010! Be sure to check out our documentary video (14 minutes) at the bottom of this page!
Case Veterinary is currently housed in a modern 10,000 square foot facility remodeled in 2000 near the corner of Abercorn and Eisenhower. Our building, equipment and record keeping systems are inspected and accredited by the American Animal Hospital Association for provision of top quality pet care.
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Be sure to check out Dr. Carla Case McCorvey's blog by clicking on the logo below
Case Veterinary Hospital provides and advocates laparoscopic surgery over traditional surgery when possible. Already standard in human medicine, laparoscopy is a minimally invasive method of surgery performed within the abdomen using a tiny camera and instruments which are inserted through two or three small holes instead of opening the abdomen through a long incision. It is less invasive, therefore less painful, and has a decreased risk of infection. This method of surgery also allows for less hospital time, faster recovery and fewer complications. Having the ability to perform surgery in this manner is revolutionizing the standard of care at Case Veterinary Hospital as we are consistently learning ways in which the equipment allows less invasive, less painful alternatives to traditional surgery through abdominal incisions. For more information go to www.lapspay.com
Please be aware that the Client Questionnaire is not interactive and must be printed and mailed or brought into our hospital. We appreciate any feedback you may have and are always looking for ways to improve our service.
10 THINGS YOU SHOULD DO BEFORE YOU BOARD YOUR DOG! Dr. Debra Primovic CHECK LIST Here is a checklist of 10 important steps to consider before boarding your dog. Consideration of each of these items will help you and your dog to have a good boarding experience. 1. Interview - Interview the kennel on the phone. Find out how long they have been in business and ask for references. Use those references.