New construction update. We will be open on Saturday, June 19th, as a regular Saturday work day after all. Beginning on Monday, June 28th, we will be going back to curbside 100% with all appointments etc. No one will be allowed to enter the building until all construction is complete. We're sorry if this is an inconvenience to any of our clients or delivery people. We can't wait until all of this is over and done so we can once again open our doors for you to see !!! We ask that you hang in there with us. We promise you won't be disappointed !!!

Wellness Plans

We Now Have Wellness Plans

Preventive routine health care is the key to longer, happier lives for you and your pet. 

Can Dogs and Cats Get Coronavirus? - Petmate Pet EducationKeeping your furry family member happy, healthy and fit takes a commitment. At Dallas Highway Animal Hospital, we’d like to make achieving this goal a little bit easier and more affordable for you. Our comprehensive wellness plans are designed to deliver all the care needed to extend and improve your pet’s life without breaking the bank.

We offer several plans to choose from to fit your pet’s unique health care needs as well as your budget. As a bonus, you’ll also enjoy additional discounts with all of our wellness plans (some exclusions apply).

What are wellness plans?

Wellness plans are not the same as insurance. Instead, they are designed to provide your dog or cat with the proactive care to prevent disease and provide early diagnosis of certain conditions. They are not designed to cover unforeseen injury or illness, but rather to stay a step ahead of such issues whenever possible.

The wellness plans at Dallas Highway Animal Hospital make managing the ongoing health of your animal family member more affordable. Not only because they are priced to provide a discount on regular care, but because it’s less expensive to prevent than treat illness.

What is included?

We offer pre-packaged plans for puppy and kitten wellness as well as junior and adult dogs and cats. All plans feature the fundamentals of wellness care, including annual checkups, core vaccinations and preventative health screenings (some exclusions apply).

How do I enroll?

Enrolling in one of our wellness plans is easy. Simply mention it at your next appointment or contact the office today for assistance. 

At Dallas Highway Animal Hospital we believe that quality health care for pets should be easy and affordable. Our comprehensive wellness plans help take the worry out of managing your companion’s health and allow you to budget that care over time. For a complete description of each plan’s coverage, benefits and pricing, contact us. Take the worry out of pet care! Enroll your pet today!


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Dallas Highway Animal Hospital, Your Full-Service Veterinary Team in Powder Springs

Pets require different types of veterinary services during their lives. In the early years, ensuring proper development and freedom from contagious diseases is essential to a pet's health. While in a pet's senior years, issues that develop with age can debilitate his or her overall wellness if left untreated. That's why your pet needs a professional veterinary team for proper health care at any stage of life. Our team at Dallas Highway Animal Hospital in Powder Springs offers a wide range of services to help your animal live a long and healthy life. 

Veterinary Services We Offer in Powder Springs, GA

Comprehensive veterinary care involves providing vital services that promote good health and treat illness and disorders with appropriate measures unique to each animal's condition. Annual veterinary exams are essential for creating a basis for your pet's health care needs. If you have a new puppy, kitten, or recently adopted pet, our veterinarians will create the groundwork for proper disease prevention by establishing a vaccination schedule and other treatment plans. Aside from veterinary exams, we provide other essential services for your pet's health care, including:

  • Veterinary surgery
  • Laboratory testing, x-ray, and ultrasound
  • Feline and canine dental care
  • Dermatology care and allergy testing
  • Pharmacy services
  • Microchipping
  • Behavioral training
  • Nutritional consultation
  • Boarding

Developing a Good Relationship with Your Veterinarian

Our veterinarians are well trained in identifying underlying issues that can otherwise cause serious problems if left untreated. We understand that pet owners are deeply connected to their animals. That's we are committed to forming a relationship with you and your animal for personalized care and optimal communication. With good communication, our vets can better understand your animal's needs and provide meticulous adjustments to his or her wellness plan. You can depend on our team for attentive care, in-house pharmacy services, and top-quality veterinary services.  

Make Dallas Highway Animal Hospital Your Veterinarian in Powder Springs

Our veterinarians and staff at Dallas Highway Animal Hospital are dedicated to providing quality care for all our patients in Powder Springs, GA and surrounding communities. With individualized attention and state-of-the-art equipment, we can help pets enjoy a long, active, and happy life. Contact our team at Dallas Highway Animal Hospital today at 770-419-8086 for an appointment to have your pet examined or to learn about the many services we offer for pet health.

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