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The goal of the Fort Stewart/HAAF Veterinary Treatment Facility is to provide professional veterinary care of the highest quality in a timely manner to all authorized military personnel and their privately owned animals. We tailor all medical treatments and recommendations to the individual animal. The veterinary officers of this facility are tasked primarily with the assurance of food safety for humans and the medical and surgical care of the military working dogs. We will always strive to provide excellent service with a high level of client satisfaction. Our ultimate mission is to protect our Soldiers and family members and the general public of the United States by preventing the spread of infectious diseases among animals and humans. The veterinary clinics offer annual exams, a variety of vaccinations and tests, deworming, microchipping and sick-call appointments.

The Fort Stewart Veterinary Clinic is located at 461 W. Bultman Ave., Building 1180, and the Hunter clinic is located at 1030 Flying Fortress Road. The Fort Stewart Clinic is open 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday. The HAAF Clinic is open 9 to 11:30 a.m. and 1 to 3 p.m. Wednesday. To schedule an appointment, call 912-767-4194/0357. Treatment at both facilities is by appointment only; no walk-ins please. In case of an emergency after regular business hours, contact the Savannah emergency veterinary clinic at 912-315-6113.

 

All lost pets found on Fort Stewart are taken to the vet clinic’s stray animal facility. Be sure to check with the vet clinic if you have lost your pet. The clinic also offers adoptions. Lost pets that are not microchipped or claimed after three business days will be put up for adoption. If you find a lost pet, please call the MPs at 912-767-2822 who will then dispatch animal control. All pets residing on post must be registered with the VTF, be current on vaccinations and be microchipped. Soldiers who fail to comply with these post regulations will lose VTF privileges (until proper documentation is provided) and will be reported to Balfour Beatty.

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