North Fulton Veterinary Hospital

North Fulton Veterinary Hospital North Fulton Veterinary Hospital - Roswell GA Vet At North Fulton Veterinary Hospital, we have a different approach to veterinary care

At our office, you’ll have access to all of the expertise and high-tech equipment of a corporate veterinary practice, but with the individual attention and personal care you and your pet deserve.
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Our vet-owned practice has been a fixture in Roswell since 1970 and serves hundreds of clients in the North Fulton area and beyond. We are a fully-licensed and insured animal care clinic with a staff of animal lovers and dedicated pet owners.

04/26/2017

Good Wednesday to you! We are nearing the end of April, already! If you haven't started your canines and felines on some flea and tick prevention, we'd recommend you do so SOON!! In Georgia, especially not having a long cold winter, the fleas and ticks are HOPPING!! Call today to see what options we carry.

Also, a reminder to schedule your pets annual check ups and vaccinations! If you're not sure when they are due, don't hesitate to call and see! We'd be happy to help you get an appointment set up with Dr. B!!

Thank you so much for choosing NFVH as your primary care! We appreciate you all so much and look forward to hearing form you and helping you with your furry-friend needs! 🐶 ❤️ 🐱

-Doc & staff

03/20/2017

Hello all! The weekend is almost over and we'll be back to the ole' grind of a busy work week!

Dr. Barger is out of town this coming week on Monday, March 20th, and Tuesday, March 21st. We will be OPEN Monday and Tuesday from 9:00am to 2:00pm to answer your calls, and your welcome to stop by if you have anything to pick up!

We will be open for appointments Wednesday and Saturday, 9:00am-12:00pm, and Thursday and Friday 9:00-1:00pm and 2:00-6:00pm.

Enjoy your evening! It was a beautiful day!

-NFVH

03/02/2017

We're open today!!!
Office Hours:
Thursday, March 2nd 9:00am-1:00pm and 2:00pm-6:00pm
Friday, March 3rd 9:00am-1:00pm and 2:00pm-6:00pm

We will be back next week, Monday March 6th-Saturday March 11th.
Monday-Friday 9:00am-1:00pm and 2:00pm-6:00pm
Wednesday 9:00am-12:00pm
The 2nd and 4th Saturday 9:00am-12:00pm

Don't forget to schedule your pets for their annual check ups and vaccinations! If you're not sure when they're due, don't hesitate to call and ask. Enjoy the rest of your week!

-NFVH

03/01/2017

Good Wednesday morning! WE ARE CLOSED TODAY, March 1st!

Dr. Barger will back in the office TOMORROW, Thursday March 2nd; didn't feel 100% this morning.

We will be in the office Thursday and Friday from 9:00am-1:00pm and 2:00pm-6:00pm.

Happy March, and have a lovely day!

-NFVH

02/28/2017

ATTENTIONS #2!!!

Due to illness, Dr. Barger will be out of the office TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 28TH!!! Again, we apologize for all inconvenience and will be in touch with you to reschedule your appointments. Gloria will be there from 9:00AM to 2:00PM if you need to stop by for product. We are planning to be open Wednesday, March 1st from 9:00AM to 12:00PM, Thursday March 2nd 9:00AM to 6:00PM, and Friday March 3rd 9:00AM to 6:00PM.

*For those who are concerned, Dr. B is doing much better. The some illness ran through the family during the past week and it hit him over the weekend. We will post here and try to notify everyone when the office will be open this week. Thank you.

-NFVH

02/27/2017

ATTENTION!!!

North Fulton Veterinary Hospital will be CLOSED tomorrow, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 27TH!!!

Last-minute notice; we apologize for all inconvenience! Gloria will be there from 9:00am until 12:00pm and will be calling and rescheduling all appointments.

Again, we apologize for this last minute inconvenience and hope that everyone has a safe and lovely week.

-NFVH.

01/27/2017

Happy Friday! We are ready for the weekend, are you?

North Fulton Veterinary Hospital will be CLOSED this Saturday, January 27th, 2017. We apologize for any inconvenience.

We will be back next week, January 30th-February 3rd, 2017. Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday 9am-1pm and 2pm-6pm, and Wednesday 9am-12pm.

Have a great weekend!

-NFVH

Good Thursday morning!If you haven't already heard, there have been some coyote sightings in Roswell.  Here is some info...
01/26/2017
8 Coyote Safety Tips

Good Thursday morning!

If you haven't already heard, there have been some coyote sightings in Roswell. Here is some information about what to do and what NOT to do to keep you and your pets safe as these coyotes are searching for food, water, and new homes due to construction!

http://www.active.com/outdoors/articles/8-coyote-safety-tips

We hope you've had a lovely week, and stay safe!

-NFVH

As coyotes raise their pups, it's important to take some precautions in the outdoors.

01/19/2017

Good Thursday morning! We are open today, from 9am-1pm then 2pm-6pm, if you need anything!

Have you enjoyed the services and your experiences from North Fulton Veterinary Hospital, Dr. Barger, and his staff? Leave a review on our page, or let us know in the comments below! We greatly appreciate you, your pets, and your feedback!

Have a great day. Stay safe, keep an eye on the weather and temperature change, and let us know if we can help you in any way!

~WE ARE CLOSED THIS SATURDAY, JANUARY 21st, 2017~

-NFVH

12/22/2012

New baby report! My oldest daughter, Bess, gave birth to a 6 lb., 5.5 oz. beauty, Evelyn Margaret Miller (Evey) on Thursday night, 12/20/2012. pictures to follow. Merry Christmas to all!

11/29/2012

Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukkah, and all appropriate holiday greetings. Work continues at the Barger farm, Cozy Green Acres, in preparation for winter. Here at the clinic, we are starting to decorate and get "in the spirit" for the celebration of the season.
Remember, there are dangers inherent in holiday festivities for our animal friends. Please see the list below for possible pet dangers this, and every, Christmas holiday season.

"People" food- love your pet by NOT giving him table food! Fatty, and spicy, foods ate the worst. Diarrhea is the standard reaction, with hemorrhagic gastroenteritis and pancreatitis looming as possibilities. All three, especially the last two, will land you in the emergency clinic; nice folks, doing a great job, but NOT where you want to spend Christmas! Pacreatitis can be fatal! Feeding a balanced, raw diet is , of course, the exception to this rule.

Ribbon, tinsel, string,etc.- When ingested, these holiday standards can wreak havoc with your pet's GI system, often becoming the dreaded "linear foreign body", which can tie up the intestines and saw holes at multiple points along it's length, causing an acute abdominal crisis, peritonitis, and death if not treated promptly. String used to truss turkeys, tie up roasts, etc, is attractive to the pet and should be disposed of carefully. Cats will start out playing and end up swallowing these items by virtue of the fact that they have trouble spitting them out due to the barbed nature of their little tongues. Clean up your mess!!! Non-seasonal addendum: dental floss, feminine hygiene pads, dirty underwear- I have extracted all of the above from the bowels of canine and feline patients, numerous times. Yeah, I know, yuk! But, animals have different standards than us humans!

Cheap toys- come on, guys, pony up for some good quality, safe pet toys! Opt for safe, quality, single toys instead of prepackaged "Christmas stocking" type gift packs, which generally contain a lot of junk, (read "express trip to the emergency clinic") toys. Do NOT leave toys that have a rope/string attached out for the pet to play with alone; these are for use with a responsible pet owner on the other end ONLY! Think safe, not cute; pets are largely color blind and oblivious to festively decorated gifts.

Alcohol- I once had a patient, a tiny Yorkie, presented at the emergency clinic where I worked, that had become severely intoxicated at a Christmas party. The little (three pound) guy was apparently sneaking around at he party slurping from drinks that guests had set on the floor between sips; he was seen enjoying a Manhattan at one point. He received IV fluids, and my close attention all night long. The owners were nice, well-to-do, Buckhead types who loved their dog, but just didn't think about this possibility. For Heaven sake, DO NOT give Fido or Fluffy any intoxicants on purpose!!! Not funny, not safe.

Chocolate- the only case of chocolate intoxication I have ever seen was a 35 pound dog that got into a Costco- sized bag (about 5#) of Nestle Tollhouse chips and ate "a lot" of them,per her owner. Symptoms, thankfully, were mild. More concentrated, darker chocolate (all the rage these days) is more toxic, bite for bite. Diarrhea, and possibly pancreatitis, are also possibilities. Chocolate intoxication can be serious, causing life threatening seizures, so have poochie checked if she eats a bunch. If the quantity consumed is small or unknown, then observe carefully and take her in at the first sign of termors, nervousness, vomiting, diarrhea, hyperactivity.

Christmas tree decorations- We've already covered tinsel, but there's a lot more. Ornaments, whether glass, wood, metal, or other, can become GI foreign bodies, with hooks, no less! Chewing through extension cords, light sets, and other electrical items- mainly a risk of bad burns to the tongue, lips, and gums, but can cause more serious problems such as cardiac arrest, fluid in the lungs, etc. young pups and kittens, not to mention bunnies and other small chewers, are most prone to this electrifying injury.

Finally, the good news. While I do not recommend letting your animal graze on them, poinsettias are a very low order toxic plant, requiring a huge ingestion to produce an intoxication. You should be OK so long as you don't pour Ranch dressing on your Christmas foliage.

Again, have a safe and joyous Christmas. Doc B

11/29/2012

Hi, all , Dr. Barger here. We are getting ready for Thanksgiving at the Barger house, as well as building alpaca fencing and getting all the animal habitations ready for winter. Busy, busy!

Recently, we met a new patient, Petey, a 14 year old mixed breed presented for multiple issues, chief among them lethargy, difficulty getting up, tiring easily, and loosing hair (not good right before winter!). His owner came in fully expecting us to recommend euthanasia, but it turned out not to be that bad. With the benefit of a simple blood test, we determined that he was hypo (low) thyroid. He is currently benefiting from thyroid supplementation and treatment with our theraputic laser. His tail is back to full wag, he is bright and alert, and getting around much better. We expect to begin to see improvement in his skin soon, due to correction of hypothyroidism. I love old dogs and cats! It is really gratifying to be able to help them live their "golden years" in more comfort, and with a little more energy. WE should treat each other so well in our declining years.

The 5 crazy setters continue to practice pointing chickens and cats, and seem to like alpaca food pretty well. Claude Monet, the sheepdog, continues to occupy the canine throne, however. I hope that all of you take the time to thank God for all your blessings this holiday season. We have many to be thankful for, and you are all included!.......JB

09/06/2012

thanks so much for my faithful clients for "liking" me on my new page. I look forward to communicating with you and the animal owning/loving public at large via this new (to me!) medium. Expect to see news about your pets, my crazy little mini-farm, my even crazier big family, etc. in days to come. Oh, by the way, I became a grandpa for the first time Wed. evening, Sept. 5, with the birth on Titus James Wetzel to my daughter, Sarah, and her hubby, Adam. He's a handsome boy, 6# 14 oz. Came out the hard way (C-section), but all are well tonight.

For those who don't know me, I am a vet of 33 years, husband of 28 years to my beautiful wife, Gia, and proud father of 12 great kids, ranging from 25 to 3, and now a grandpa! Our animal family consists of 5 English Setters, an Old English Sheepdog, 3 cats, 2 Huacaya alpacas, numerous chickens, and several small birds, lizards, frogs. etc. We also own Daybreak English Setters, a kennel (well, our house, really!) breeding and selling fine hunting line English Setters. Check out daybreakenglishsetters.com for more info. by for now.............Doc B

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775 Marietta Hwy
Roswell, GA
30075

Opening Hours

Monday 9am - 6pm
Tuesday 9am - 6pm
Wednesday 9am - 12:45pm
Thursday 9am - 6pm
Friday 9am - 6pm
Saturday 9am - 12pm

Telephone

(770) 993-4043

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