PET CARE

Veterinary Care: East Atlanta Animal Care

Offering a full range of services, from emergency care to preventative medicine, East Atlanta Animal Care (www.eastatlantaanimalclinic.com) is the top choice for veterinary care. A large staff is omnipresent for whatever sort of pet concerns arise.

Second place is Chateau Animalia (www.chateauanimalia.com), while Banfield (www.banfield.net) and Indian Trail Animal Hospital (www.indiantrailanimalhospital.com) came in third and fourth.

Best of Atlanta categories:




Daycare / Boarding: Piedmont Bark

Leaving “the kids” behind for a long weekend? Piedmont Bark (www.piedmontbark.com) is the top place to drop them off, offering attention and love. Private accommodations are also the norm for Piedmont Bark’s day care services.

Rounding out the category are CampWoof (www.campwoof.com) in second, BarkATL (www.barkatl.com) in third and Funnybones (www.funnybonesfordogs.com) in fourth.

Grooming/Spa: Piedmont Bark

Again, Piedmont Bark (www.piedmontbark.com) is your favorite for a new haircut or a pedicure for the pets — or even a full-service dog wash, of course catered to unique canine needs.

Wag-A-Lot (www.wagalot.com) is second place, Chateau Animalia (www.chateauanimalia.com) in third. Honorable mentions go to PetSmart (www.petsmart.com) and Puddle of Pooch (www.puddleofpoochonline.com).

Supplies/Accessories: PetSmart

According to you, PetSmart (www.petsmart.com) is the place to go buy those collars, toys and accessories you didn’t know you needed until you saw them — plus pet food, bedding and other necessities, of course.  Basically, if you need it, PetSmart has it. Hours are flexible and PetSmart even offers boarding, training and grooming, in addition to a Doggie Day Camp.

Park Pet Supply (www.parkpetsupply.com) came in second and Wag-A-Lot (www.wagalot.com) third.

Non-profit/rescue: PALS Atlanta

One of Atlanta’s best-known and well-liked nonprofits, Pets Are Loving Support (www.palsatlanta.org) provides pet care to those in the Atlanta area who are ill/disabled, including people with HIV.  Food and basic vet care are among provided services.  The non-profit group holds a still popular monthly PALS Bingo – hosted by Bubba D. Licious — to raise funds. Each month has its own, often hilarious, theme.

The Georgia Humane Society (www.georgiahumane.com) placed second and LifeLine Animal Project (www.atlantapets.org) third.

Editor’s note: This entry has been edited to reflect the Georgia Humane Society placed second. The print edition incorrectly lists the Atlanta Humane Society (www.atlantahumane.org) as second place. The Georgia Voice regrets the error, and thanks both of these worthy organizations for their work on behalf of our furry and feathered friends.

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