Scheduled Appointments We see regularly scheduled appointments Monday- Friday from 8am - 5:30pm and Saturday from 9am – 3pm. If you are a new client, please plan on arriving 10 minutes early for new client paperwork. Please bring any patient records you have so we may add them into our system. This may include past vaccinations, current / past medications, and medical history. When you check in at the front desk, the receptionist will weigh your pet and place you in an exam room. A technician will obtain a temperature, test samples and discuss your pet's history before the veterinarian arrives. Most appointments last between 20 -30 minutes.
Drop Off Appointments Our practice provides the added convenience of drop-off appointment scheduling. This allows owners to work around their busy schedules. Patients may be dropped off throughout the day, Monday through Friday, depending on the service requested. Please schedule all drop off appointments with our front desk. All drop-off appointments must be current patients and up to date on the following vaccinations and tests: Dogs – Bordetella, DHPP, Rabies, Fecal, and Heartworm test Cats - FVRCP (Feline Distemper), Rabies
Surgical Appointments Surgical patients are checked in at 8am. Please withhold food after midnight the night before the procedure. When you admit your pet at our front desk, you will be asked to read and sign a short surgical release form. Surgical procedures are performed throughout the morning and early afternoon. We will call you after your pet's procedure is complete, and will schedule a pick-up time after the patient has recovered from anesthesia. Detailed go-home instructions will be provided by the veterinarian, technician or receptionist. All surgical patients must be current on the following vaccinations and tests: Dogs – Bordetella, DHPP, Rabies, Fecal, and Heartworm test Cats - FVRCP (Feline Distemper), Rabies
Technician Appointments For appointments like nail trims, anal glad expressions, and ear cleanings appointments can be made with one of the Rose Animal Hospital technicians. We recommend that every pet should be fully vaccinated to be protected coming into our hospital. Since technician appointments are not staying in the hospital however, the only requirement for the visit is a current Rabies vaccination. Rabies vaccinations are required by law for dogs in the state of Georgia. It is our Hospital Policy to update rabies vaccinations in all animals that we are handling. Boarding Reservation Boarding pets are accepted throughout the day. Upon arrival, you will be asked to fill out / sign a short boarding release form. Please provide any patient medical history we may not have on file, such as vaccination updates and medications. We ask that you bring all of your pet's daily medications so our staff may medicate your pet as directed. Our kennel is fully stocked with bedding, bowls and food. We feed all of our kennel animals Purina EN dry, which is a sensitive stomach diet. If your pet has a food allergy, or special diet need, please provide us with enough food for your pet's stay. All boarding pets must be current on heartworm and flea prevention. All boarding pets must be current on the following vaccinations and tests: Dogs - Bordetella, DHPP, Rabies, Fecal, Canine Influenza (H3N8 & H3N2), and Heartworm test Cats - FVRCP (Feline Distemper), Rabies