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Welcome to Hog Mountain Animal Hospital
Your Veterinarian in Dacula Georgia
Call us at (770)-614-9060

Pet Emergency? Call us right away at (770)-614-9060!

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When you bring your pet to Hog Mountain Animal Hospital, you can rest assured that you are in the hands of a staff that is capable and compassionate. Our doctors emphasize preventive care and client education. You will never feel rushed and you will always have time to ask all of your questions and address all your pet’s needs. We treat your pet like part of our family.

When you bring your pet to Hog Mountain Animal Hospital, you can rest assured that you are in the hands of a staff that is capable and compassionate.

We offer a state of the art veterinary hospital equipped with the latest in diagnostic and treatment options for all types of pets. We routinely have consultations with top specialists around the world so your pet has world class care that few human patients receive. We perform on site radiography, ultrasound, and advanced lab testing. We’re very proud to offer the most advanced anesthetic safety and pain reducing protocols, ensuring the safest and most pain free procedures available for your pets.

We Have Daycare!

You can bring your pet to stay with us while you work. Everyone is busy! We are here to keep your pets safe and happy while you take care of the rest of your life. Please look on our services pages for more information and under virtual tour for pictures of our indoor play area made to look like a dog park.

Your Pet’s First Visit

We recommend you bring in any medical history, including vaccination history, for your pet on your first visit. We also highly recommend a complete physical examination for all pets on their first visit. This allows us to familiarize ourselves with your pet and to establish a baseline for future care. From there, our veterinarians will work closely with you to determine a schedule for care, including exams and any necessary treatments.

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


Dacula Veterinarian | Hog Mountain Animal Hospital | (770)-614-9060

2885 Hog Mountain Rd
Dacula, Georgia 30019

After Hours Emergencies:

770-277-3220

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Meet Our Skilled Team

Learn Who We Are

  • Larry Corry, DVM
    Owner

    Dr. Corry opened Hog Mountain Animal Hospital in July 1996. He is a graduate of UGA and has practiced in Gwinnett County for more than forty years.

    As past President of the AVMA and member of numerous local, state, and national organizations he has worked tirelessly to advance the veterinary profession. Dr. Corry has been married for 48 years, has 4 grown children and seven grandchildren. He is a dedicated Georgia Bull Dog fan and enjoys watching and playing numerous sports.

  • Amy Young, DVM
    Associate Veterinarian

    Dr Amy Barnes Young relocated to the Dacula area in 2010. She graduated from Auburn University Veterinary School in 1994. Her Husband is a veterinarian with the Federal government and a LT Colonel in the Army Reserve.
    She has 3 children who are active in the Archer school cluster. She has two dogs, two cats, and many fish at home. She is excited to be living close to Auburn University, as she loves SEC football.

  • Tiffanie Britt, DVM
    Associate Veterinarian

    Dr. Tiffanie Britt grew up and lives in Gwinnett County. She graduated from UGA Veterinary School in 2003 and has worked in the Gwinnett county area for 10 years.
    She is married with four children and has two dogs. Her children attend school in Grayson.

  • Dixie Kennel
    Manager

    Dixie loves Chihuahuas, as she has four of them that have run of her home. Dixie has worked at Hog Mountain for six years. She enjoys singing, dancing and watching Days of Our Lives and the Voice on television. She has three children, six grandchildren and one great grandchild.

  • Lisa
    Groomer

    Lisa, a resident of Barrow County, has over 35 years of grooming experience. She’s married and has two children and they all live on a farm with an assortment of dogs, cats and horses. She has been our groomer for over 12 years.

  • Vicki
    Grooming Assistant

    Vicki has twenty years of experience to go along with fifty years of marriage that includes four children and six grandchildren. She assists our groomer Lisa, her daughter, by bathing and prepping all our groom animals.

Contact Us

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Office Hours

Our Regular Schedule

Hospital Hours

Monday:

8:00 am-6:00 pm

Tuesday:

8:00 am-6:00 pm

Wednesday:

8:00 am-6:00 pm

Thursday:

8:00 am-6:00 pm

Friday:

8:00 am-6:00 pm

Saturday:

8:00 am-12:00 pm

Sunday:

Closed

Dropoff

Monday:

7 AM

Tuesday:

7 AM

Wednesday:

7 AM

Thursday:

7 AM

Friday:

7 AM

Saturday:

Closed

Sunday:

Closed

Testimonials

Read What Our Clients Say

  • "Great vet's office for my three dogs! Love these guys! They always go above and beyond for my fur babies and provide quality care whenever I need them boarded. I've been using them for the last four years after switching over from a higher priced vet's office that provided the same quality of care. Their fees are very reasonable, and the staff is very friendly. Thanks for all that you've done for my dogs, y'all have always gone above and beyond for us!"
    Nicole C.
  • "Hog Mountain is a world class animal hospital. My family and i have been taking our pets for 10 years. They are very professional, clean and nurturing vet.

    I can recall when we had to have our beloved Sebastian put to sleep because he had cancer. It was just before Christmas- when the doctor offer to give us some medicine to keep him comfortable through the holidays.

    In my book this was one in a million. Now they are loving our big baby Magnum."
    Shelly E.