Bethel Animal Hospital

7680 Bethel Road
Gainesville, GA 30506

(470)297-5800

bethelanimalhospital.net


BETHEL ANIMAL HOSPITAL WELCOMES YOU!

We are a full-service facility that is committed to providing the highest quality medical, surgical orthopedic and dental care to dogs, cats, and pocket pets in the Cumming/Gainesville/Dawson area. Our mission is to enhance our patients lives through compassionate, comprehensive care, treating you and your pets like family.

At Bethel Animal Hospital, we strongly encourage preventative healthcare. Our ultimate goal is to help your pets live long, happy and healthy lives with you. Our facility also has dedicated cat and dog sitting areas so your pets can relax in the waiting room. 

We hope you take a moment to explore our website and learn more about what we have to offer. Our team looks forward to partnering with you to give your pet the best care possible.

If you want to ask a question about your pet's health, our services or to make an appointment, please feel free to give us a call at 470-297-5800.  
     


                    

 

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