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Welcome to Mountain Emergency Animal Center

Serving the Tri-State Area (GA, NC, TN)
Call us at 706-632-7879

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Our name has changed! North Georgia Animal Emergency Hospital is now Mountain Emergency Animal Center.

Pet emergencies, like human ones, can happen anytime. Your pet’s injuries and illnesses may require immediate attention. Mountain Emergency Animal Center provides comprehensive emergency and urgent care at night, on the weekends and holidays. We work closely with your primary veterinarian to provide the most complete care possible for your family pet. We understand that your pet is an important member of your family and deserves the best possible medical care.


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Mountain Emergency Animal Center is the only animal emergency hospital in the North Georgia, Tennesse, North Carolina Tri-State area that is open all night, all weekend, and all major holidays, with a full staff of veterinarians and technicians in the hospital at all times, allowing complete continuation of care for your pet when your family veterinary office is closed.

We are a direct extension of your family veterinarian and we will work closely with them in treating your pet. Your family veterinarian will receive faxed or emailed copies of all your records to provide a seamless line of communication.

We are a state of the art emergency hospital located in Blue Ridge, Georgia. Our doctors all have extensive training in emergency and critical care. The hospital has oxygen units, ultrasound capabilities, digital radiography, a full surgical suite, in house blood work, blood products and an isolation ward.

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

Location:
Mountain Emergency Animal Center
1163 Windy Ridge Rd
Blue Ridge, GA 30513

At Mountain Emergency Animal Center, our mission is to provide high quality, compassionate emergency and critical care services to the pets of all clients and for the referring veterinarians of the Tri-State area in a timely, friendly, and professional manner.


Blue Ridge Veterinarian | Mountain Emergency Animal Center | 706-632-7879

1163 Windy Ridge Rd
Blue Ridge, GA 30513

Meet Our Skilled Team

Learn Who We Are

  • Dr
    Brian Roberts
    DVM, DACVECC

    Medical Director for MEAC.

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  • Dr.
    Caleb Palmer
    DVM

    Emergency Veterinarian for MEAC.

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  • Dr.
    Gwendy Reyes-Illg
    DVM

    Emergency Veterinarian for MEAC.

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  • Dr.
    Sophronia Febbo
    DVM

    Emergency Veterinarian for MEAC.

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  • Andrea Scott

    Veterinary Assistant for MEAC.

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24 Hours a Day, 365 Days a Year

MEAC is the only animal emergency hospital in the Tri-State area with veterinarians and technicians on staff all night, all weekend, and all major holidays - all working with your family veterinarian to provide the best care for your pet!

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