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Bembry Veterinary Clinic

Bembry Veterinary Clinic The Doctors and Staff of Bembry Veterinary Clinic strive to provide our patients with high quality medical care. We also strive to be number one in customer service.

We accept Care Credit, Visa, Master Card, and Discover. To apply for a Care Credit card you can go online to http://www.carecredit.com/ or you can come into our clinic and fill out the application. It will only takes a few minutes to see if your approved.

Operating as usual

06/14/2022

Our power is out and thus our phones are out. If you have an emergency or need to get in touch with us please do so here. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. Thank you!

Thank you to everyone who has donated food for the Hawkinsville / Pulaski Animal Control 100 pound challenge, we are gra...
04/20/2022

Thank you to everyone who has donated food for the Hawkinsville / Pulaski Animal Control 100 pound challenge, we are grateful for you. If you haven’t dropped your donation and still want too, you have 2 days left!!

We are feeling the love on this Valentine’s Day! Thank you to our sweet clients and staff that brought goodies today. An...
02/14/2022

We are feeling the love on this Valentine’s Day! Thank you to our sweet clients and staff that brought goodies today. And we want to remind you not to give your fur babies any chocolates. Happy Valentine’s Day!!

Don’t forget February is Pet Dental Health Month. Call to schedule a teeth cleaning during the month of February for 25%...
02/02/2022

Don’t forget February is Pet Dental Health Month. Call to schedule a teeth cleaning during the month of February for 25% off.

February is Pet Dental Health Month!

Have you taken a look inside your pet’s mouth? If not, you could be missing some serious clues into their well being.

Dental disease is as common in dogs and cats as it is in humans. Pets most commonly suffer from plaque buildup. This buildup often causes inflammation of the gums around the base of the teeth (gingivitis), which causes a continuous source of discomfort and pain. If untreated, this will ultimately lead to periodontal disease with infection, bone loss, and tooth loss. Bacteria associated with dental disease can enter the blood stream and invade multiple organs, causing irreversible damage to the heart, liver, and kidneys.

What are the signs?
Bad breath is the primary sign of periodontal disease. When periodontal disease advances, inability to chew hard food as well as excessive drooling may occur.

How is dental disease treated?
Treatment will require cleaning under anesthesia and possible extractions. Proper cleaning of the teeth requires complete cooperation of the patient so plaque and calculus can be removed.

Celebrate National Pet Dental Health Month with 25% off your pets dental cleaning during the month of February! Call today to schedule your pet's dental cleaning.

01/19/2022

** IMPORTANT UPDATE **

Our office is currently facing a staffing shortage due to Covid.

Please be patient as we are doing the best we can to remain open and continue to provide the necessary care for your pets.

Thank you for your patience and understanding!

01/17/2022

We will be closed Monday, January 17th in observance of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr Day. We will reopen Tuesday, January 18th at 8:00 a.m.

The office will close early today. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. We will be closed Friday, December...
12/30/2021

The office will close early today. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. We will be closed Friday, December 31st for New Year’s . The office will reopen Monday, January 3rd at 8:00 am. In case of emergency please contact Middle Georgia Veterinary Emergency Center at 478-997-6677. We hope you all have a happy and safe New Year’s.

The office will close today at 2:30 pm thru Monday, December 27th for the Christmas holiday. We will reopen Tuesday, Dec...
12/23/2021

The office will close today at 2:30 pm thru Monday, December 27th for the Christmas holiday. We will reopen Tuesday, December 28th for regular business. We hope everyone has a happy and safe Christmas.

The office will close at 1:30 pm today and reopen on Monday, November 29 with normal office hours. We hope everyone has ...
11/24/2021

The office will close at 1:30 pm today and reopen on Monday, November 29 with normal office hours. We hope everyone has a Happy Thanksgiving!

10/28/2021

Due to unforeseen circumstances the office will be closed Friday, October 29th. The office will reopen Monday, November 1st at 8 AM. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.

To our valued clients, we would like to take a moment to remind you for the health and safety of our doctors and staff t...
09/15/2021

To our valued clients, we would like to take a moment to remind you for the health and safety of our doctors and staff that if you or someone in your household test positive or has signs and symptoms of Covid-19 we kindly ask that you call the office at 478-783-3681 to reschedule your pets appointment. Thank you!

Our office will be closed Monday, September 6th for Labor Day. We will reopen Tuesday, September 7th at 8:00 a.m.  In ca...
09/03/2021

Our office will be closed Monday, September 6th for Labor Day. We will reopen Tuesday, September 7th at 8:00 a.m. In case of emergency please contact Middle Georgia Veterinary Emergency Center in Warner Robins at 478-997-6677. We hope you have a happy and safe Labor Day!!

Our office is open, but due to the increase of COVID cases in the area, we would like to remind clients to please wear a...
08/18/2021

Our office is open, but due to the increase of COVID cases in the area, we would like to remind clients to please wear a mask when coming into the office. If you would like to utilize our curbside service for prescription pick ups or appointments, please call the office when you arrive, 478-783-3681. If you or someone in your household is sick, please reschedule your appointment. We appreciate your continued patience as we care for your furry family members during this time. ♥️

The office is closed today for Memorial Day. For emergencies please call Middle Georgia Veterinary Emergency Center at 4...
05/31/2021

The office is closed today for Memorial Day. For emergencies please call Middle Georgia Veterinary Emergency Center at 478-997-6677.

Please join us in congratulating Kaitlyn! We are very proud of her and know she has a bright future in veterinary medici...
05/12/2021

Please join us in congratulating Kaitlyn! We are very proud of her and know she has a bright future in veterinary medicine!

Meet Oscar! Oscar came in for his first puppy visit today.
05/11/2021

Meet Oscar! Oscar came in for his first puppy visit today.

Thankful for our sweet client who brought us a delicious Valentine’s treat. We hope everyone has a Happy Valentine’s Day...
02/11/2021

Thankful for our sweet client who brought us a delicious Valentine’s treat. We hope everyone has a Happy Valentine’s Day!

Millie and her brother Palmer came to see us for vaccines today.....Palmer was camera shy though.
02/03/2021

Millie and her brother Palmer came to see us for vaccines today.....Palmer was camera shy though.

Don’t forget February is Pet Dental Health Month!  Call and schedule your pets dental cleaning in February and receive a...
01/14/2021

Don’t forget February is Pet Dental Health Month! Call and schedule your pets dental cleaning in February and receive a 25% discount. Due to COVID our appointments are filling up fast so please call and schedule as soon as possible.

February is Pet Dental Health Month!

Have you taken a look inside your pet’s mouth? If not, you could be missing some serious clues into their well being.

Dental disease is as common in dogs and cats as it is in humans. Pets most commonly suffer from plaque buildup. This buildup often causes inflammation of the gums around the base of the teeth (gingivitis), which causes a continuous source of discomfort and pain. If untreated, this will ultimately lead to periodontal disease with infection, bone loss, and tooth loss. Bacteria associated with dental disease can enter the blood stream and invade multiple organs, causing irreversible damage to the heart, liver, and kidneys.

What are the signs?
Bad breath is the primary sign of periodontal disease. When periodontal disease advances, inability to chew hard food as well as excessive drooling may occur.

How is dental disease treated?
Treatment will require cleaning under anesthesia and possible extractions. Proper cleaning of the teeth requires complete cooperation of the patient so plaque and calculus can be removed.

Celebrate National Pet Dental Health Month with 25% off your pets dental cleaning during the month of February! Call today to schedule your pet's dental cleaning.

12/28/2020

Our office will be closed Monday, December 28th, we will reopen Tuesday, December 29th at 8:00 am. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.

Bo is ready for the cold weather!
12/08/2020

Bo is ready for the cold weather!

Meet Kona the labradoodle! He came for his puppy vaccines today. He was so sweet!
12/03/2020

Meet Kona the labradoodle! He came for his puppy vaccines today. He was so sweet!

Happy Thanksgiving!
11/26/2020

Happy Thanksgiving!

Join us in congratulating Dr. Bembry as Georgia Conservancy’s 2020 Distinguished Conservationist!! We are so proud of hi...
11/11/2020

Join us in congratulating Dr. Bembry as Georgia Conservancy’s 2020 Distinguished Conservationist!! We are so proud of him!!!

Join us virtually on November 19 for ecoBenefete as we celebrate Dr. Johnny Bembry as our Distinguished Conservationist!

Learn more and secure your spot today: https://www.georgiaconservancy.org/ecobenefete

Each year, the Georgia Conservancy confers the Distinguished Conservationist Award in recognition of an individual or institution that has left a profound and lasting impact on the conservation and protection of Georgia’s natural resources. The award has been presented each year since 1994 at the Georgia Conservancy’s annual gala, ecoBenefête. Last year, we honored Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter.

This year, we are excited to recognize Dr. Johnny Bembry, Hawkinsville-native and Pulaski County forester, as our 2020 Distinguished Conservationist for his efforts to advance both sustainable forestry practices and ecologically-minded use of conservation easements and programs on private working lands. Dr. Bembry will also be recognized for his work to promote the establishment of a National Park and Preserve in Middle Georgia.

Sweet Ellie came for her vaccines today and to get some love from Kaitlyn!
11/02/2020

Sweet Ellie came for her vaccines today and to get some love from Kaitlyn!

Meet Aubrie! This sweet girl came in for her puppy vaccines.
10/27/2020

Meet Aubrie! This sweet girl came in for her puppy vaccines.

Thank you Mary J Jessup and crew for the delicious Halloween treats! 👻
10/26/2020

Thank you Mary J Jessup and crew for the delicious Halloween treats! 👻

River is ready for Halloween with her bandana!
10/23/2020

River is ready for Halloween with her bandana!

Sweet Daisy Mae came to see us this morning to recheck lab work. She recently had to visit UGA Veterinary Teaching Hospi...
10/22/2020

Sweet Daisy Mae came to see us this morning to recheck lab work. She recently had to visit UGA Veterinary Teaching Hospital as an emergency. We are glad to say she is doing great now! ❤️

Say hi to Phoebe! This sweet girl came in for her puppy shots today. 💕
10/19/2020

Say hi to Phoebe! This sweet girl came in for her puppy shots today. 💕

Happy National Dog Day! Here are a few pictures of staff dogs. Share your dogs picture below!
08/26/2020

Happy National Dog Day! Here are a few pictures of staff dogs. Share your dogs picture below!

It’s Frenchie Day!! Meet sweet little Bentley! He came for his first puppy visit today! 😍
07/14/2020

It’s Frenchie Day!! Meet sweet little Bentley! He came for his first puppy visit today! 😍

Meet Spud! Spud came to see us this morning for his first puppy visit! 😍
07/14/2020

Meet Spud! Spud came to see us this morning for his first puppy visit! 😍

The office will close at 12 noon on Thursday July 2 and be closed Friday July 3 in celebration of July 4th. We will reop...
07/01/2020

The office will close at 12 noon on Thursday July 2 and be closed Friday July 3 in celebration of July 4th. We will reopen on Monday July 6 with normal office hours. We hope everyone has a Happy July 4th!

Address

378 Cochran Hwy
Hawkinsville, GA
31036

Opening Hours

Monday 8am - 5:30pm
Tuesday 8am - 5:30pm
Wednesday 8am - 5:30pm
Thursday 8am - 5:30pm
Friday 8am - 12pm

Telephone

(478) 783-3681

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We wanted to let you know that we are so grateful to Dr. Bembry and the Bembry Team for helping us with these abandon kittens. With your expert help and tremendous Physical Exam on all three---and Cochran Animal Rescue Squad...Slippers, Stubs, and Rocket have begun their new adoption in the state of NY. We are so happy for these three awesome creatures! Thanks for your guidance and support all of you :) :) :) :)
A HUGE thank you for the excellent customer service you have! I appreciate you mailing my baby's medicine to us - we love you guys 💞
please share with family and friends, it do not matter what state you are in, she could be anywhere, thank you reward increased ,no questions asked $5000.00 reward reward also applies to anyone who has information that leads to Izzie being found safe and getting back home , she is chipped and chip company notified , could be anywhere, last seen in Iron Station NC on July 12th. but if picked up could be anywhere if found please call or text 7045774581 https://www.facebook.com/ADFC.LOST.PAWS/photos/a.1061712420684511/1177826329073119/?type=3&theater
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A BIG THANK YOU to Dr BEMBRY and his entire office staff for taking care of Prissy yesterday. I don’t think she would be with me today had it not been for all of you.
I can't say enough GREAT things about this entire group!!!! They love my babies and treat them like their own. We are SO BLESSED to have them in our community... THANK YA'LL for taking care of Molly..❤
For Dr. Bembry...His dog Rusty's little girl Dakota is looking good! Nice genes....