1785 U.S. HWY 29 N, Athens, Georgia 30601

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Hours Today: 8:30 am - 2:00pm (By Appt Only)

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Ph: 706-353-2696

1785 U.S. HWY 29 N, Athens, Georgia 30601

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Hours Today: 8:30 am - 2:00pm (By Appt Only)

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Ph: 706-353-2696

An Update On Our COVID-19 Policy

Update: April 2, 2020

Sycamore Veterinary Services will be doing our part to flatten the curve, in accordance with the shelter-in-place directive issued by Governor Kemp. That means we’ll be changing how we conduct business for the foreseeable future.

Our office will still be open to urgent appointments, and we will have access to our phone lines, email, and all your pet’s medical records. Please do call us if you have questions, need to request medication refills, and most importantly if you need access to care for your pet in an emergency.

We will be available by phone at 706-353-2696 on the following schedule:

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday: 9:30 AM to 4:30 PM
Wednesday and Saturday: 9:30 AM to 12 PM

We also welcome emails. Our email address is info@sycamorevets.com.

Please be patient with our technician, as only one person will be fielding all phone calls and emails remotely from their home. Please leave a voicemail, if you are unable to get through.

We can refill prescriptions, either through our online pharmacy or, for special circumstances, at the office, in which case we’ll deliver the medication directly to your car.

During this time, urgent and emergency cases will be seen in the office by Dr. Legato. If your pet experiences a major and/or after-hours emergency, proceed directly to the University of Georgia Veterinary Hospital. Their phone number is 706-542-3221.

While the shelter-in-place mandate is enforced, we will not schedule any elective surgeries or non-urgent appointments, including annual exams and routine vaccinations.

We love you all and appreciate your continued patronage, understanding, and patience during such a difficult time in the world.

An Important Message on our COVID-19 Protocol

We are taking appropriate measures to maximize safety and minimize risk
during the coronavirus epidemic. Please click here for more details on our new protocol.

And please take care of yourselves and your furry families!