Pets are part of your Family. Like Children.

They just happen to have 4 legs and fur.

It is this belief that inspires and influences how I practice medicine to

provide Veterinary Care for Clients and Patients.

~ Dr. Andy Mathis

Elberton’s Hometown Veterinarian

 

If you aren’t a member of the GHAC family, I invite you to become one today.  There is only one of me, and so many hours in a day, so clients and patients get top priority when it comes to their care and scheduling.  As it should be.

The hospital is open Monday- Friday, 8:30 am- 6 pm .  After Hours and Weekends for Clients and Patients.   The phone number at the office is 706-213-6155.

SERVICES

For Your Pet’s Care (click photo)

 

Wellness Plans

Wellness Plans

making care affordable (click photo)

 

Dr. Andy Mathis

Dr. Andy Mathis

Veterinarian

Dr. Mathis grew up on a farm with cows, horses, and pets in a small town in South Georgia. He graduated from Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College and then attended University of Georgia, both as an undergrad and Veterinary School.

Becky Sherman

Becky Sherman

Technician

Becky worked here many moons ago, B.C. Before Children. Nowadays, when she isn’t working at the hospital she is hauling said children around to school functions, such as Band, Track, Softball, Beauty Pageants, and Livestock Events. Wave to her as she is probably driving by at this moment.

Fantastic veterinarian.

Stayed with my puppy until late at night when she was hurt and received great personal treatment from everyone involved. 

C. F.

I’ve taken my cat there twice for her shots.

Everyone is so nice & caring. My Pywacket won’t be going to any other vet!

J. C.

Amazing vet.

he was so respectful with my pit and me. She was so relaxed with the doctor.

R. S.

Dr. Mathis has been taking care of my dog Kobo ever since i started taking her to Granite Hills as a pup.

The fact that she is a pitbull never fazed him and he did an awesome job on her ears. He does seem to actually care for animals.

T. W. 

Very friendly and informative.

Treated my puppy very special. Thank you so much.

L. G.

Wonderful and caring vet.

He takes care of our baby and has for 9 years.

Couldn’t ask for one any better !!

R. W.

Fantastic veterinarian.

Stayed with my puppy until late at night when she was hurt and received great personal treatment from everyone involved. 

C. F.

I’ve taken my cat there twice for her shots.

Everyone is so nice & caring. My Pywacket won’t be going to any other vet!

J. C.

Amazing vet.

he was so respectful with my pit and me. She was so relaxed with the doctor.

R. S.

Dr. Mathis has been taking care of my dog Kobo ever since i started taking her to Granite Hills as a pup.

The fact that she is a pitbull never fazed him and he did an awesome job on her ears. He does seem to actually care for animals.

T. W. 

Very friendly and informative.

Treated my puppy very special. Thank you so much.

L. G.

 Wonderful and caring vet.

He takes care of our baby and has for 9 years. Couldn’t ask for one any better !!

R. W.

Jimmy’s Fund

The Veterinary Care Charitable Fund® (VCCF) is a program created by the American Veterinary Medical Foundation (AVMF), the charitable arm of the AVMA,  to provide veterinarians with a simple and effective way to offer charitable veterinary services to clients facing personal hardships as well as a means to support animals rescued from abuse and neglect. Enrolled veterinary hospitals now have a way to offer low or no-cost services to clients who may otherwise be forced to surrender or euthanize their beloved pets.

Charitable care may be provided to those in need including:
• Disabled veterans requiring a service dog
• Low-Income senior citizens
• Good Samaritans who rescue domesticated animals
• Victims of domestic violence

Our fund is named in memory of Jimmy, a previously rescued shelter dog.  Donations are tax deductible. To reach our donation page, click the blue DONATE button under his photo.

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