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UPDATED COVID-19 PROTOCOLS FOR CHATEAU ANIMAL HOSPITAL 01/17/2021

As COVID-19 cases have increased rapidly and positive case numbers have become dangerously high in our community over the last several weeks, we have made the difficult decision to go back to curbside service only starting Monday Jan 18th, our lobby will be indefinitely closed. Our hours will remain the same, but unfortunately our appointment times will vary due to being short staffed.

We would like to remind everyone that this will sometimes mean longer wait times, difficulty getting through on our phone lines, and limited doctor availability. While we know this may become inconvenient, we ask that you are patient with us during this time as our top priority is maintaining a safe environment for all, while also providing our community with the essential services they need for their pets.

Curbside service will still available for all services, drops off, pick ups, and medication and food refills. For our curbside service feature, please call us when you arrive, let us know what vehicle you are in, and remain in your vehicle. We will have someone out to help you as quickly as we can.

Everyone at Chateau Animal Hospital thanks you for your patience and understanding during this time.

 Chateau Animal Hospital is complying with Governor Kemp’s and CDC’s recommendations to limit the spread of corona virus in Georgia.  We are utilizing scheduling to stagger customer flow and encouraging front parking lot drop off and pick-up for individuals at greatest risk of contracting COVID-19.  High risk individuals include: ages 65 and older, diabetes, individuals with chronic lung illnesses such as asthma, autoimmune disorders, transplant recipients, or cancer patients.  Please refer to the CDC.gov website defining people who are at higher risk for COVID-19.   Please know that we have a rigorous daily cleaning schedule and are utilizing disinfectants for all surfaces recommended by the CDC.  We are requiring all employees to check their temperature before departing for work in the morning. Chateau Animal Hospital is committed to serving our clients and patients during this epidemic in a safe and effective manner.



Located in Braselton, the Veterinarians and staff at Chateau Animal Hospital are committed to your pet's health care needs. Braselton based Chateau Animal Hospital excels in the science of Veterinary medicine and was founded in 2003. Since then, Dr. Theresa Betteker, Veterinary Associates, and staff have excelled in compassionate Veterinary care in the Braselton area.

Chateau Animal Hospital is a full-service animal hospital whose mission is to provide the highest standard of Veterinary care for pets. Our motto is to "pamper every pet!"  We provide friendly, informative, and supportive services for you and your pet, while maintaining a superior working environment for our employees.

Chateau Animal Hospital offers the Braselton animal community emergency veterinary services as well as medical, surgical, ultrasound, and dental veterinary care. We often receive Ultrasound referrals from other Veterinary Clinics.  With an in-house pharmacy and access to University of Georgia specialists, our facility offers a "one stop" convenience for your pet's health and medical care.  Our clinic is unique in that we maintain a Clinical Pharmacist on staff who provides therapeutic recommendations when consulted.

Your Pets Are a Member of Our Family!

Animal Emergency Care of Braselton will be open after hours to handle pet emergencies. Call: (470) 209-7222. They are conveniently located in the Publix Plaza across from Chateau Elan Winery and Resort at 2095 Hwy 211 NW, Braselton, GA.

Chateau Animal Hospital is located at:  2635 Old Winder Hwy Braselton, GA. 30517

 (678) 960-4535

Office Hours

Our Regular Schedule

Monday:

9:00 am-6:00 pm

Tuesday:

9:00 am-6:00 pm

Wednesday:

9:00 am-6:00 pm

Thursday:

9:00 am-6:00 pm

Friday:

9:00 am-6:00 pm

Saturday:

9:00 am-6:00 pm

Sunday:

12:00 am-5:00 pm

Location

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Testimonial

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  • "The Doctors and the staff are always very friendly and courteous. They always call and check on my dogs the day after we are in the office."
    S.K.Gentry Braselton, GA

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