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Welcome to Paradise Animal Hospital

Your Veterinarian in Augusta, GA
Call us at 706-860-4544

Pet Emergency? Call us right away at 706-860-4544!

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Welcome to Paradise Animal Hospital of Augusta, GA. We are renowned for our quality veterinarian services and deep commitment to promoting responsible pet ownership. Our clean, state-of-the-art facilities are aided by highly skilled professionals, and include everything from an advanced surgery suite to a high-tech lab equipped for in-house services. We subscribe to a high level of professional surgical and non-surgical solutions in all we do.

Our animal hospital is conveniently located in a low traffic area in a spacious natural setting with ample parking and easy access to the adjoining street. Stop by for emergency service or contact us today for an appointment.

At Paradise Animal Hospital, we treat your pets like the valued family members they are.


Dr. Steven Knittel
Augusta Veterinarian | Paradise Animal Hospital | 706-860-4544

3998 Belair Road
Augusta, GA 30909

Office Hours

Monday:

7:30-6:00

Tuesday:

7:30-6:00

Wednesday:

7:30-5:00

Thursday:

7:30-6:00

Friday:

7:30-5:00

Saturday:

9:00-12:00

Sunday:

Closed

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  • "I have searched for just the right veterinary clinic since I moved here 4 years ago. Thanks to a friend I have found it! Paradise Animal Hospital is top notch from the ladies at the front desk, vet techs to their wonderful veterinarian! They take excellent care of my Mr. Popperson (not to mention my wallet)! Thank you so much."
    Jillene