Our Services - Azalea City Animal Hospital - Valdosta, GA

Azalea City Animal Hospital

2609 Bemiss Road
Valdosta, GA 31602




Boarding / Daycare

We know you want to leave your pet with someone you trust. Our guests are pampered in spacious and clean condos and kennels. Each animal is regularly monitored to ensure his or her health, safety and happiness.



Our special, cleansing baths remove dirt, debris and that doggie pet odor. Your pet will feel fresh and revitalized. If scratching is a problem, our medicated baths contain soothing agents that stop the itching. Services also include nail trim, ear cleaning and anal gland expression.


Behavior Counseling

Behavior problems (aggression, fear, nervousness, excitability, repetitive behavior, etc.) in pets are very common. Our veterinarians will work with you to change these troublesome behaviors and enhance the relationship you have with your pet.



The #1 health problem diagnosed in pets over three years of age is periodontal disease. Prophylactic cleaning of teeth will prevent gum disease, halitosis, tooth loss and serious infection in the liver, heart and kidneys. We used digital dental radiography to view any problems under the gumline which may not be visible externally.


Immunization Programs

Vaccination is the main weapon against such diseases as distemper, hepatitis, rabies, parvovirus, upper respiratory infection and feline leukemia. Each individual pet's risk factors will be evaluated to determine which immunizations are necessary.


Internal Medicine

Patients receive care in all areas of internal medicine from dermatology to oncology.


Travel Consultation

We will help you with the paperwork and all requirements necessary to travel to any country with your pet.



We can give your pet a permanent form of identification, a microchip with a unique number that cannot be altered and in turn give you the peace of mind that if your pet were lost he could easily be reunited with your family.


Nutritional Counseling

Good nutrition plays an important role in your pet's health. Our staff will work with you to determine the very best diet to suit your pet's individual needs.


Pain Management

Managing your pet's pain is an important part of our commitment to your pet's health. Pain management helps your pet feel better more quickly and may prevent adverse medical consequences associated with uncontrolled pain. We assess each patient's pain individually and administer analgesic (pain relieving) medication as necessary to assure your pet is as comfortable as possible.


Parasite Prevention

Intestinal parasites are a common problem for pets. We provide effective procedures for the detection, treatment and prevention of these parasites as well as Heartworms. Canine Heartworm Disease is a life-threatening mosquito-borne blood parasite.



A complete inventory of the latest pharmaceuticals and prescription diets is always on hand to help our staff implement therapy for your pet.



We have Digital imaging to aid in diagnosis of many disorders.


Senior Health Profiles

Dogs and cats over 7 years old are considered seniors and need special attention to keep pets feeling at their best, and with you as long as possible. Annual check-ups are recommended that include diagnostic testing to screen for common geriatric disorders. Older pets are at higher risk for cancer, diabetes, kidney disease and other serious medical conditions.



The hospital has a fully equipped surgical suite with the latest technology. Surgical procedures are performed in this area, where a thoroughly trained technical staff is available to assist the veterinarians.