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Nurse_Mom



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PostSubject: **Georgia**   Mon Mar 01, 2010 11:54 am

i know gliders are reletively new (legal) here so here is the name of the vet i use. No vet here really has a ton of experience with gliders, but this one seemed really knowledgable in theory and practice!

Dr. Moon
and she works at Banfeild the Pet Hospital
located in the petsmart in conyers
1370 Dogwood Dr SE
Conyers Ga 30094
(770)929-1222

and she works at Vca Avalon Heart- Gwinnett along with a few other vets who treat gliders and are equipped for micro-surgery (for emergencies or neutering)
470 Pleasant Hill Rd NW
Lilburn GA
(770) 923-7474

yay for legal gliders in Ga!!!!!!!
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Location : Athens, GA

PostSubject: Re: **Georgia**   Thu Mar 10, 2011 9:20 am

Sycamore Veterinary Services
Dr Elizabeth Mackey
1785 Highway 29 N
Athens, GA
706.353.2696
http://sycamorevets.com/default.aspx

UGA Vet School
706.542.3221

I have used both of these and they are very good.
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Location : GA

PostSubject: Re: **Georgia**   Sun Aug 14, 2011 10:37 am

Lawrenceville-Suwanee Animal Hospital
Dr Stephanie Karous
900 Lawrenceville-Suwanee Rd.
Lawrenceville, GA 30043
770-963-0184

This is my primary veterinarian, she is very knowledgeable and great with my gliders. Her and her entire staff have a great beside manner. Also, they have late afternoon and Saturday hours.

I have also used Dr. DeLong and VCA Avalon (listed above) and he was pretty good.
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PostSubject: Re: **Georgia**   Sun May 27, 2012 10:11 am

For anyone interested - I just want to throw a kudos out for Dr. Stephanie Karous. She did an EXCELLENT job on a few neuters, well checks, and fecals for me a few weeks back. Solid veterinarian that was willing to spend time with me AND had my boys up from anesthesia in about 10 minutes. She did laser pom off neuters. The cost was $179 per glider including the well check and fecals. There is also a $30 off special running right now.

We have used Dr. Delong at Avalon in the past. While he is certainly a strong exotic vet - he has told me he does not care for gliders as pets and feel that they are "just too wild" and can revert too quickly. He actually said "they make very bad pets". I have heard as of late that Dr. Delong is ailing in health - so this clinic would need to be revisited before I could recommend. Another thing to note - their prices appear to be about triple that of other vets out there.
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PostSubject: Re: **Georgia**   Fri Jul 27, 2012 10:07 am

I second the kudos for Dr. Karous @ Lawrenceville-Suwannee Animal Hospital. She will also allow you to mail in your fecals or bring in a bag of the fecals for about $25. We would test Batman & Catwoman about every 3 months because we were able to do both at the same time.

Just moved to Augusta not too long ago.

Highland Animal Hospital
2124 Highland Avenue
Augusta, GA 30904

Has two vets that see sugar gliders/exotics:

Dr. T Lamar Walker (whom we saw for their nail trim & has GREAT bedside manner but we have yet to take the kids in for anything else as of yet. Their annual wellness check is up in Sept & October...we'll keep you posted!)

Dr. Phil Iverson (Did not see him but he is also listed.)
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PostSubject: Re: **Georgia**   Sat Aug 11, 2012 10:30 am

I hate to do this but I have to add the intel. Dr. Karous at LSAH is wonderful - however, I think we might need to limit the referral here for well checks and neuters. She was contacted a short time ago to handle a sick visit for an infection and her staff said that she really just likes to stick with neuters.

So, I won't say they are not a good resource but I will suggest you call in advance and try to gain an understanding of her scope of offered care going forward.

I will put a call into the office to try to "vet" this out. No pun intended.
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