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Laurel Oaks Animal Hospital is a full-service veterinary medical facility, located in Kingsland, GA, we are pleased to offer hospital and emergency services as well as indoor boarding and grooming services. The professional and courteous staff at Laurel Oaks Animal Hospital seeks to provide the best possible medical, surgical, and dental care for their highly-valued patients. We are committed to promoting responsible pet ownership, preventative health care, and health-related educational opportunities for our clients. Laurel Oaks Animal Hospital strives to offer excellence in veterinary care to Kingsland, GA and surrounding areas. Please take a moment to contact us today, and learn more about our veterinary practice and to find out more information about how Laurel Oaks Animal Hospital can serve the needs of you and your cherished pet.


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Phone: (912) 576-9809

TollFree: (800) 472-6202

Payment method
visa, discover, mastercard, amex

Grooming, boarding

Veterinarians, Dog & Cat Grooming & Supplies, Pet Boarding & Kennels, Veterinary Clinics & Hospitals, Pet Grooming, Veterinary Specialty Services
Other Information

Parking: Free

Wheelchair Accessible: Yes


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Shaila C.


Awful clinic !

So it was my first time seeing this vet because my puppy needed shots I paid 172.00 for all of his shots and there was this outraged older man who intern started cussing at me for no reason then continued to harass me and my friend Darcy I complied with the receptinost and staff they did nothing about it and then told me my dog could not be boreded there and today me and my fried were fired as clients I see that we are not the only ones this is one of the most unprofessional Bussniess I have ever been to they only want your wallet and the resepcniest are rude and have no idea on what they're doing clearly they donot know how to run a proper clinic and have no customer service skills I would never ever recomend anyone going here they will treat you nothing more than a dollar sighn.

Jessica S.



We love Laurel Oaks. Our dogs always receive excellent care and I have never had an issue getting seen. Personally I do not think the prices are too bad, yes it is more than some smaller clinic but for a full service vet with excellent quality care I do not think the prices are bad. We use them for boarding, grooming, and medical care. I have no complaints.

Frank S.



I have trusted this clinic with all my pets over the past years until they allow my baby to die during the night in a lonely cold cage. After stating that she was getting better, we were informed that she died early in AM in a lonely cage. I would and will not trust this clinic with any pet that I have. They are overpriced and don't provide the proper care. I will take my pet anywhere else but Laurel Oaks.

Frank S.

Eugene E.



My daughter took her dog in and was quoted $200. They did not run just the two test that was needed but ran more. Our bill was over $400. They seem to run up charges by doing more test. I had them do the same to me. I don't take my four pets there any more. They have you do an antibiotic shot $102 instead of pills. BY THE WAY YOU CAN GET THEM AT PUBLIX. SAVE THE MONEY!!! DO YOURSELF A FAVOR AND FIND A GOOD VET THAT DOESN'T USE CUTSIE BIT TO LULL YOU IN TO THINKING IT ALL ABOUT THE ANINMAL. FOR HER IT'S ABOUT THE MONEY.

Naomi B.



We have been to this clinic three times in the past four months.

1) Our poochy got electrocuted

2) Pooch has an abscess that needs removal

3) Pooch laid in a fire ant nest

For the first visit, I called to see the price I'd be charged for his exam and was quoted $50.00. Dr. Clark saw our dog Kettle and he fell in love with her immediately. He, out of character, smooched her all over the face and they instantly bonded, something we've never seen him do with a stranger. They said they were so grateful he was still alive after the electrocution that they didn't charge us a cent.

For the second visit we saw Dr. Craig and she was equally as gentle with our dog. We had to have an exam, blood draw, antibiotics, and a heart worm med - our bill came to $87-ish.

For the third visit our dog had a rash/postule like gathering on his underbelly. We were informed it was from fire ants, which are plentiful at our place, and with the calming spray and visit we only paid $27.00. Our poochy's sad, little bumps all cleared up within two/three days of applying the treatment received.

As far as other's comments on estimates. I noticed these were written quite awhile in the past. I am scheduling a small surgery for our dogs abscess and they printed me out an estimate right on the spot, itemizing every treatment. We've had nothing but great care, quick service, and affordable costs. Perhaps there were older employees causing some of the previous office complaints, because we have never once experienced any of the below. We live on base and have more affordable options here; however, the competency & service at Laurel Oaks is greater hence our frequenting their establishment.




Dr Clark is a really good vet. I was recommending them up until i was recently "fired" as a client because i request estimates. I had a dog with a swollen face and he couldn't open his mouth. I took him in and got meds. He required surgery, which i had planned to do at Laural. However it was estimated at over 800 and they were requiring vaccines on a sick dog. I had an appt schedule for the day Dr Clark wanted to do it. I contacted another clinic that i had been to before which was a few hours away. Another trusted vet. The estimate was 200 cheaper and no vaccines were required on a sick dog. So i elected to go to this clinic for his procedure and she was also willing to do the procedure the next day since i could not get meds into him due to his pain. I canceled my appt at Laural and when i spoke to the receptionist I explained my reasons why. A couple months later I spent about 2000 there within a 2 week time period with different dogs. While there I requested an estimate, and wrote down specific tests i was requesting. I was told they would call me with the estimate. Time went by, i contacted the manager who i was friends with to see if she could email me the estimate. She said she would print it and when i picked up a prescription for one of my dogs i could pick it up. Well the estimate was not correct and again i explained exactly what i wanted. I never did receive the estimate so i went else where. I ask for estimates because i have to budget. Not because i have to vet hop. Being a veterinary technician for over 17 years I understand all that. I do have different veterinarians i use for different reasons. and when my budget doesn't work with the estimate i get I have to go elsewhere. Despite being asked not to come back i thought i would let others know my experience. Never have had an issue with Dr Clark, shes a good vet.




I just adopted a new puppy and needed to see a vet whithin three days per my adoption contract. Laurel Oaks was able to get me in immediately and worked around my crazy schedule! Our visit to the office was very smooth Rian and Kayla at the front desk were very helpful, the Dr. Clark and her assistant Victoria were very good at explaining puppy vaccinations and general puppy care. The hospital even had a trainer, Tasha, who came in our room and gave us an entire puppy care package and was able to answer all of my questions regarding introducing the puppy to my older dog and begining training. We even signed up for puppy classes! It was a great expirence! Can't wait to start classes!




I recently had to leave town for a family emergency, and was panicking about finding last minute boarding for my two dogs. After several calls to places in town I called Laurel Oaks Animal Hospital and was very pleased with the receptionist who answered the phone. She was very understanding about it being last minute and even offered to call the vet i usually see to get their records so that I didnt have to rush to get that done as well! it was a huge help in the rush of packing! She called me back after recieving the records to let me know that my dogs needed 2 vaccines that had not been given at the previous vet. I was shocked to learn that the previous vet had told me they had been vaccinated for everything when they were still lacking protection. The staff at Laurel Oaks was very knowlegdgeable and explained what the vaccines were for and why they were important for keeping my pet safe and healthy. I have seen some complaints about prices but believe that you get what you pay for and the education and care that I recieved were top of the line.

Josephine D.



I would not recommend this clinic. They charge you for every breath they take. If you bring a new puppy to them, they will give you all this stuff for your puppy, and will tell you its a necessity then you walk out paying for soap free shampoo, a bag of supposed free puppy food - according to the vet tech- which they still charge you for along with all the other stuff. If you board your pet, they charge you for a flea pill even if your pet IS ALREADY ON a flea preventative. They do sloppy surgeries according to a friend who used to work there and I will not take any more of my pets there.