and hospital personnel!
The George Animal Hospital is a mixed veterinary practice based in
George in the Western Cape. The George Animal Hospital is unique, as we offer a comprehensive range of veterinary services to dogs, cats, birds, exotic pets as well as farm animals including cattle, sheep, goats, horses and pigs. Therefore, a true practice for all species!
We strive to provide top class veterinary services to all our patients, whether it be an emergency or routine animal preventative health. We believe in an integrated approach to health in the animal, human and environmental cycle.
We are constantly enriching ourselves with the most modern and advanced trends in veterinary science. Feel free to browse through some interesting articles and do not hesitate to contact us.
Having four veterinarians on board at George Animal Hospital and
with each having their own unique interests, we are able to offer a
wide variety of animal health care and veterinary services.
|Monday – Thursday:||8:00 am – 6:00 pm|
|Friday:||8:00 am – 6:00 pm|
|Saturday:||9:00 am – 12:00 pm|
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We would love to hear from you.
They care just as much about your animals, as you! From garden birds, frogs; ALL animals are treated with the greatest love and care! When it’s time to let a beloved pet go, they share your pain. Simply the best veterinary practice in the Western Cape (and to me, in the country!) thank you so much for always being available!
Can’t recommend these guys highly enough – such an absolutely genuine love and caring manner. Tx to ALL the staff, from the doctors to the reception ladies – you’re all pretty awesome!
16 jaar gelede het ons George toe getrek en van daardie tyd is Dr Strydom ons “kinderdokter”. Die familie het gegroei van 1 na 5 – en nee die 1 het nie kleintjies gehad nie – hulle is almal “weggooi” kinders. Baie dankie vir jul uiters onbaatsugtige diens en altyd vriendelikheid.
Feeding your dog an appropriate well-balanced diet for its life stage is vital to good health and wellbeing.
“My dog/cat has bad breath!” This is probably one of the most common complaints vets hear from pet owners.
Finding a lump or a bump in your pet which you have never noticed before, can cause serious worry for pet owners.