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307 Pilgrim Mill Road
Cumming, GA 30040

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Wed: 7:30AM-6:30PM,
Sat: 7:30AM-2PM
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Wed: 6:30PM-7:45PM
Sat: 2PM-7:15PM
Sun: 8AM-7:15PM
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Mon, Tue, Fri: 10AM-6PM; Wed 9AM-5PM
Sat: 9AM-2PM; Thu &Sun: Closed
Ph: (470) 297-4333

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COVID-19 Updates

Crestview Animal Hospital Updates
We at Crestview Animal Hospital are sympathetic to your pet's needs amid the current COVID-19 virus scare and we are currently continuing to operate under our normal business hours for routine and emergency care. We are following the CDC'S guidelines to keep our hospital as clean as possible.

To help protect our staff and clients, we do ask if you are sick, have been exposed to or have tested positive for Coronavirus that you call before coming in the office. We will do all we can to accommodate our pet being seen if needed. Including coming to your car to bring your pet inside while you wait outside as well as other options.

If you have any questions regarding a visit to our hospital, call us and we will discuss your situation and how we can best serve you. Some of our clients may have questions regarding COVID-19 and if the virus can be transmitted by our pets. According to the World Health Organization, there is no evidence that animals play a large role in the transmission of the virus or that cats, dogs or other pets can transmit the virus to humans.

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Nutrition Information

Diet and health concerns pertaining to grain-free diets
In July 2018, the FDA announced that it had begun investigating reports of canine dilated cardiomyopathy (DCM) in dogs eating certain pet foods, many labeled as "grain-free," which contained a high proportion of peas, lentils, other legume seeds (pulses), and/or potatoes in various forms (whole, flour, protein, etc.) as main ingredients (listed within the first 10 ingredients in the ingredient list, before vitamins and minerals). Many of these case reports included breeds of dogs not previously known to have a genetic predisposition to the disease.

FDA Information on Grain Free Diets