From pet grooming to doggy day care to pet funerals, there are a variety of services available for pets in Atlanta, including cats, dogs, birds, reptiles, horses and exotic animals. Seniors in Atlanta want the best for their pets and there are many veterinarians available in Atlanta who provide top-notch pet care services. Other pet services that might interest seniors are pet funerals and overnight boarding. Americans spend billions of dollars on their pets each year and seniors are a large segment of the public that spoil their pets with the best pet services available.

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Our pets are usually considered part of the family. Not surprisingly, pet services run the gamut in options and price.

Veterinarians play a vital role in the care of your pet, from its yearly shots to caring for its health as it ages. There are traditional vets and holistic vets. Make sure that you feel comfortable with the staff and the veterinarian you choose. He or she will play a key role in your pet's life, and yours as well.

There are many choices of care for your beloved family pet these days. A few of these services are: doggy day care, where your dog can get plenty of exercise and maybe some training; pet sitting, where someone comes to your home, especially good for cats that aren't keen on socializing; overnight boarding, when there just isn't any other option; mobile grooming, where your smelly pet goes into the van (that came to your home) and comes out fresh and well groomed. There are even pet cemeteries and funeral services.


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