BluePearl in Georgia

Specialty & Emergency Veterinary Care in Georgia

Welcome to BluePearl-Georgia Veterinary Specialists, with two locations in Metro Atlanta. Although our name changed, our commitment to providing outstanding specialty and emergency care for pets remains the same as when we opened our doors in 1995.

We are the largest private multi-specialty hospital in the state and a highly respected and valuable resource for general practice veterinarians. We are also open 24/7 for emergency and critical care.

BluePearl - Gwinnett GA
24/7 Pet Emergencies
770.277.8694 (fax)
1956 Lawrenceville Suwanee Road
Lawrenceville GA 30043
BluePearl - Sandy Springs GA
24/7 Pet Emergencies
404.459.6462 (fax)
455 Abernathy Road, NE
Atlanta GA 30328

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With expertise drawn from years of advanced training, our veterinarians tackle some of the toughest medical and surgical conditions. Our specialists use proven and often innovative procedures, high-tech equipment, and the latest medicines and therapies to diagnose and treat your pet’s condition.

Your family veterinarian knows you and your pet well and, if your pet’s condition requires an advanced level of care, your family veterinarian may refer you to our hospitals. We work closely with your veterinarian to ensure your pet receives personalized treatment based on his medical history. Our team’s goal is simple: create and deliver a treatment plan that best meets your pet’s medical needs – and meets your expectations.

As important as our medical expertise is, we believe that excellent care combines state-of-the-art veterinary medicine with a focus on compassion and respect for your pet and for your family. We treat your pet as we would treat our own pets; we treat you as we would treat a family friend; and we treat your family veterinarian as our partner.

Your veterinarian provides the best wellness care for your pet, which is why BluePearl does not offer primary care, routine health exams, spay/neuter or vaccinations. For these services, please schedule regular wellness visits with your family veterinarian.