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Veterinary Treatment Facility

Veterinary Treatment Facility

www.gordon.army.mil/vet

706-787-3815/7375, DSN 773-3815

Building 500

 

Register pets with the Fort Gordon Veterinary Clinic by personally bringing a copy of the pet’s vaccination history to Building S-500, North Range Road. According to Fort Gordon Regulation 40-6, Animal Care and Control, this must be done within 10 days of signing for government housing or obtaining the pet. Microchipping and current vaccinations are also mandatory for pets residing on post. Make sure to ask housing about their requirements. All dogs, cats and horses that are 3 months of age or older must be registered. Services are available to all active-duty members and their dependents, retirees and Reservists who have valid Department of Defense identification cards and are enrolled in the Defense Enrollment Eligibility Reporting System (DEERS). Reservists must be on active duty orders. A $2 fee is applied to each cash register transaction. The Veterinary Treatment Facility’s mission focuses on diseases that are transmissible from animal to human. Diseases that do not fall into this category will generally be referred off post for treatment. Please call the office for guidance. Services provided include health certificates, vaccinations, heartworm testing and preventatives, fecal testing and deworming, feline leukemia (FeLV) and feline immunodeficiency (FIV) virus testing, and microchip ID implantation. Sick call appointments for minor problems are also available. Call to schedule an appointment for any of the above services. The Veterinary Treatment Facility is open 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday. It is closed the last working day of each month for inventory. It is also closed for military working dog emergencies. Scheduled appointments are seen every day the business is open and evening or weekend appointments are scheduled based on the availability of personnel. Due to the size of the waiting area, the clinic staff asks customers to make arrangements for child care.

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