New Clients

Can I get my paperwork done before my first appointment?  Thank you for choosing Eagle’s Landing Veterinary Hospital, and welcome! You most certainly can. Please download our New Client Information Form, fill it out and bring it with you.

Can you help me find articles and information on pet health topics? We strive to educate our clients on pet health as much as possible by providing relevant pet health information, the latest research, studies, treatment options and sound guidance.

Please visit our online Research Library for extensive articles and resources.

Do you offer any discounts or promotions? Our Wellness Plan members always receive a 10% discount on all services. And many services are free. We also offer Free 2nd Opinions.

We run promotions throughout the year. Please check our website frequently to learn about promotions or follow us on Facebook.

Hospital Information

What are your hours?
Monday – Friday 8am to 8pm
Saturday 8am to 4:30pm
Sunday 10am to 6pm

What is your address & can I get directions to the hospital? Our address is 1635 Hwy 42N, McDonough, GA 30253. For a map and directions to the hospital, go to our Directions page.


Do I need an appointment? We make ourselves as available to our loyal clients as possible. It’s best to schedule an appointment to avoid a long wait to be seen between scheduled appointments.

What if I have an emergency situation like an accident or my pet eats something poisonous? If you have a sudden emergency, please do not hesitate to come in. We will see you as soon as necessary. We highly recommend calling first to assess the situation and recommend immediate treatment, if deemed necessary.
Please keep the hospital phone number handy at all times to call us with questions, ask for advice or to prepare the vet for your arrival in an emergency situation.
If you suspect that your pet has ingested something that may be poisonous (including chocolate which can be fatally toxic to dogs), please call us immediately at 770-954-1414 or call the 24-hour Animal Poison Control Center Hotline at 888-426-4435.

Billing & Payments

Can you bill me for my visit? Can I make payment arrangements to pay off my bill? Payment is due in full at the time services are rendered. We accept Visa, Mastercard, Discover, American Express, cash, and personal checks. We also accept CareCredit , which is a credit card that can be used for very expensive procedures.

What is the cost to have procedures/services? Call our office and we will be happy to give you a treatment plan and estimate. Keep in mind that Perfect Wellness Plan™ members receive a 10% discount on all procedures and services. Many are free! We also offer Free 2nd Opinions.

Flea, Tick & Heartworm Prevention

Does my pet need flea prevention all year round? In warm areas such as Georgia, fleas are active all year round. To eliminate fleas from our pets and environments, we have to break the flea life cycle. This means killing all current and hatching fleas. Just a few fleas can quickly turn into a serious problem. Since our warm temperature allows fleas to grow year-round, we must protect against them even during colder months. For more information on the flea life cycle please read the following articles: Flea Control in Felines [link to article in Research section] and Flea Control in Canines [link to article in Research section].

When should my puppy begin heartworm prevention? Heartworm disease is a very serious, deadly condition that requires extensive, painful treatment and often leads to heart failure and death. Puppies should begin receiving their heartworm preventative at 9 weeks of age. This will provide maximum lifetime protection from this deadly disease.

Does my dog need heartworm prevention all year long? Yes! Heartworm disease is a deadly disease that is spread by mosquitos. Mosquitos are able to live through long periods of below freezing temperatures. Even in the middle of winter, mosquitos can feed and spread Heartworm disease.

Visit the Heartworm [link to Heartworm section of Research Library] section of our online Research Library [link to main page of Research Library] for articles and information on Canine Heartworm Disease [link to Canine sub-section of Research Library Heartworm section] and Feline Heartworm Disease [link to Feline sub-section of Research Library Heartworm section].

Products & Services

Do you offer boarding services? Can my pets stay with you when I’m out of town or on vacation? Yes! We adore our patients so much that we would love to spend the night with them.

Dogs are given two, 10-minute daily walks outside. If your cat enjoys personal interaction and attention, we can provide lots of active play and enrichment each day. All of our pet guests are monitored throughout the day and receive the best care possible. Our medical staff keep an eye on them in case the stress of being away from home causes distress. If this should happen, we are able to care for them quickly and remedy the situation with love, assurance and any treatment interaction if medically necessary. All boarding dogs must be current on all vaccinations as well as an intestinal parasite screening, kennel cough vaccination (Bordatella), and canine influenza vaccination within 6-months prior to boarding. We recommend that all of these vaccinations be brought up to date at least two weeks before boarding for maximum protection. All cats must also be current on all their vaccinations.

Do you offer grooming? Yes. We offer our patients a complete grooming service including baths, sanitary fur clipping, and nail trims, and more.  Perfect Wellness Plan members receive many of these service for free.

Do you sell prescription and non-prescription food? Nutrition is one of the most important factors in ensuring a long, healthy and happy life for your pet. At times, specially formulated diets are prescribed by veterinarians to treat serious conditions like kidney disease, urinary tract disease or even weight loss that can prevent or manage heart disease associated with being overweight. We offer Hill’s Pet Nutrition products at the lowest available retail cost. And in most cases, because Hill’s Pet Nutrition products are nutrient rich, your pet will need to be fed a smaller quantity than lower cost, lower quality grocery store food.

How do I dispose of unused medications? Please see the FDA’s guide for medication disposal.

K-Laser Therapy

Does it hurt? What does a treatment feel like? There is little or no sensation during treatment. Occasionally the patient feels mild, soothing warmth, or tingling. Areas of pain or inflammation may be sensitive briefly before pain reduction.

Are there any side effects or associated risks? During more than twenty years of use by healthcare providers all over the world, very few side effects have ever been reported. Occasionally some old injuries or pain syndromes may feel aggravated for a few days, as the healing response is more active after treatment.

How long does each treatment take? The typical treatment time is 3 to 8 minutes depending on the size of the area being treated.

How often should a patient be treated? Acute conditions may be treated daily, particularly if they are accompanied by significant pain. More chronic problems respond better when treatments are received 2 to 3 times a week, tapering to once every week or two as improvement is seen.

How many treatments does it take? This depends on the nature of the condition being treated. For some acute conditions 1-2 treatments may be sufficient. Chronic conditions may require 5 to 8 or more treatments. Some conditions may require ongoing periodic care to control pain.

How long before the results are felt? Your pet may feel improvement (usually pain reduction) after the first treatment. Sometimes they will not feel improvement for a number of treatments. This does not mean that nothing is happening. Each treatment is cumulative and results are often felt after 3 or 4 sessions.
Can it be used in conjunction with other forms of treatment? Yes! Laser Therapy is often used with other forms of therapy, including physical therapy, chiropractic adjustments and massage.

How much does it cost? K-Laser treatment costs vary depending on your vet recommended treatment plan for your pet. Individual laser treatments are around $40. You can save money by purchasing a package of 6 treatments for a discounted price. If your vet recommends extended treatment and maintenance use of laser therapy, we also offer affordable cost-effective plans: 1 zone (area) 6 months unlimited, 2-3 zone 6 months unlimited, 4+ zones 6 month unlimited and 1 week unlimited treatments for things such as acute conditions like snake bites.

Our Perfect Wellness Plan™ members receive a 10% discount on  individual, 6 pack, and weekly treatments. Please call us or discuss your treatment plan with your vet for an estimate.

Pet Health

At what age should my pet be spayed or neutered? We recommend spaying and neutering all puppies and kittens by 20 weeks of age. Talk to your vet or visit the Pet Health [link to Pet Health sub-section of Research Library] section of our Research Library [link to Research Library main page].

When does my kitten or puppy need to start vaccinations? Puppies and kittens should start their vaccination series between the ages of 6-8 weeks. For more information on new puppies and kittens as well a complete education presentation about the importance of vaccinations, please check out our Pet Health [link to Pet Health sub-section of Research Library] education information in our Research Library [link to Research Library main page].