Paws Humane operates a limited service veterinary clinic that is open to the public. We provide a range of services including spay/neuter surgery, vaccinations, microchips, heartworm and flea/tick prevention, and more. Paws Humane has three full-time veterinarians who see patients from the public, other rescues, community cats and adoptable animals at Paws. Our clinic staff is committed to providing compassionate care to every client and their pet and all at a reasonable price.
The Paws Humane Veterinary Clinic is conveniently located in the same building as our Adoption Center – 4900 Milgen Road.
Hours of operation are:
7:30 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Walk-in wellness services are available Monday, Tuesday, and Friday from 9:30 – 11:00 a.m. Our walk-in services include vaccines and routine wellness care. Our walk-in services do not include illness care. Walk-in capacity is limited each day, we recommend arriving early to ensure your pet can be seen.
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When you choose the Paws Humane Veterinary Clinic, you are choosing to not only help your pet, but thousands of other pets annually. All proceeds from the clinic help Paws fund and fulfill our mission. As of 2020, the clinic has reached a milestone of more than 60,000 spay/neuther surgeries since opening in 2009. Our Veterinary Clinic services include spay/neuter surgeries, general wellness care, treatment for minor dermatological and ophthalmic medical issues, and some common surgical procedures.
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The Paws Humane Veterinary Clinic is an affordable option for pet owners who otherwise may not be able to take their pet to see a full-service veterinarian due to overwhelming costs.
Paws Humane wants nothing more than to see all pets in the Chattahoochee Valley be happy and healthy, so we offer many other services in our Clinic in addition to affordable spay/neuter.
Ask the Experts
Check out what our Veterinarians have to say about why spaying/neutering your pet is important, the recent rise in dogs who catch the flu, and more.
Spay it Forward
Did you know you can help Paws Humane end the fight against pet overpopulation in your community? It’s as easy as giving to our Spay it Forward program!