Welcome to Old Peachtree Animal Clinic
Your Veterinarian in Duluth GA
Call us at (770)-545-8077

Most pet owners view their pet as a member of their family. Because of this, they also would like to find high-quality healthcare for this furry member of their family. Since the first day we opened our doors, the Old Peachtree Animal Clinic has been here to provide the families of the local community with a veterinarian in Duluth, GA. Our veterinarians are highly trained and are here to provide you with the pet care that you deserve. We deliver professional, exceptional pet care with the care and compassion that our families have come to expect. We can provide a wide range of services that place us in the best position possible to take care of your loved one.

Preventative Care at Old Peachtree Animal Clinic

Part of the responsibilities of a vet clinic is to provide preventative care for the animals of the local community. Like people, animals are expected to have their yearly checkup as well. At this visit, we will make sure that your animal is growing and developing appropriately. We will also perform some routine lab work to make sure that everything is in line. We will also provide your pet with the necessary vaccinations to protect your family from deadly diseases. Finally, this visit also gives you an opportunity to ask any questions you might have about the health of your pet.

Emergency Services Provided by the Old Peachtree Animal Clinic

While preventative care is great for catching most problems, we also understand that we cannot catch everything ahead of time. Accidents still happen. Maybe a pet takes a nasty fall and breaks a bone or two. Sometimes pets eat things that they shouldn't. Other pets might even require a surgical procedure. For this reason, we offer a variety of acute and emergency care services to our families as well. If you need us, we are there. We want to make sure that none of our families are ever at a loss when it comes to the healthcare and well-being of their pets.

Highly Trained Duluth, GA Veterinarian

It is important for every pet to have access to highly trained medical providers. At the Old Peachtree Animal Clinic, we have placed the needs of our patients first. We want to make sure that all of our families know they can trust us with the care of their pets. Anyone who is looking for a veterinarian in the Duluth area should call the Old Peachtree Animal Clinic today to schedule an appointment. We would be honored to take care of your pet and your family. Please contact us today to learn more about our services.


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  • Dr. Renee Green Solomon

    Dr. Renee Green Solomon received her Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine from Tuskegee University in 2001. She has practiced in the Greater Atlanta Metro Area since that time. Dr. Solomon is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) and the Georgia Veterinary Medical Association (GVMA). Her interests include veterinary surgery & medicine, senior care and end of life care.

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Testimonials

Here's What Our Clients Are Saying

  • "As always, Dr. Solomon was great with Dolly. Her caring and appreciation for keeping costs as economical as possible will bring me back when it is time for annual checkups or any follow up care Dolly needs. Her staff are caring and very personable and helpful as well."
    Beth P.
  • "Dr. Solomon truly cares about the animals. Always kind and thoughtful. We finally found a Veterinarian that is care centered."
    Michelle L.
  • "Great job with taking care of my little girl, excellent and clean facility!"
    Rodd C.
  • "The guy that helped out when I dropped my dog off was awesome and made me feel at ease about leaving my dog. When I picked him up the 2 ladies in the office we very nice and I can tell my dog enjoyed his time there with them."
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  • "Great service and very apparent they care very much about the animals."
    Bill M.
  • "Great experience!"
    Carlotta P.
  • "Always very caring for our pets"
    Bill M.
  • "They were very nice and gave me a tour of the facility. Their prices are very reasonable. I liked the boarding facilities. I also liked that they prescribe generics to save the customer money. I give them a thumbs up."
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  • "Excellent staff and Dr. Excellent service"
    Sanjay N.
  • "very helpful and nice asst. thank you."
    Amy Y.

Location

Office Hours

Our Regular Schedule

Regular Office Hours

Monday:

8:30 am-6:00 pm

Tuesday:

8:30 am-6:00 pm

Wednesday:

8:30 am-6:00 pm

Thursday:

8:30 am-6:00 pm

Friday:

8:30 am-6:00 pm

Saturday:

8:30 am-12:00 pm

Sunday:

Closed