The Windward Animal Hospital, a Johns Creek Vet Clinic, welcomes all types of animals from the family dog and cat to your fine feathered friends! If you have been searching for a vet close with the knowledge and experience to care for your pet, look no further!

Vet Johns Creek

Dr. Stewart Colby, Veterinarian, of the Windward Animal Hospital, graduated from the University of Georgia as a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine.  Dr. Colby’s background is based in small animal medicine and surgery with extensive experience in avian and exotic species.

Although our Animal Hospital is based in Johns Creek (Alpharetta) we are centrally located so we are easy to access from Suwanee, Roswell, Milton, Crabapple and Cumming.

Whether your pet has fur, scales or feathers, you will find no one better to meet its needs than our staff!

As always, we welcome your questions and concerns.

Please call 770-569-7298 to speak to a member of our friendly staff


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This is what YOUR donations allow US to do. The picture on the left is Markita Tuesday night. Broken, defeated and in pain. The picture on the right is Markita today. Healing, happy and no longer in pain. Thank you for supporting us in her rescue. The difference is substantial. You can look at these pictures and know without a doubt that she feels the love. YES, THAT'S THE SAME BUN ♡ www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=6F6U4NDRLPZ9E

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Georgia House Rabbit SocietyThank you Windward for giving the GHRS rescue bunnies such AMAZING care!!!7 days ago   ·  5

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This is the time of year where we get inundated with phone calls about "orphaned baby rabbits". Here is how you will know they are not orphaned!

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Share this with your friends! We get calls all the time about people picking up baby rabbits from their yard thinking they were orphaned. Seldom are they actually orphaned. Here is the perfect test to determine if the Mom is slipping in and feeding without you ever seeing her! Use flour or yarn and layout a circle around the rabbits nest. If it is disturbed, guess what... she is doing her part & please leave them alone. No rehabber should take orphaned rabbits because someone is simply being inconvenienced by it happening in their yard. We trap & remove only nuisance wildlife: squirrels, rats, bats, beaver, fox, coyote, rabbits, etc. animaltrappingremoval.com (678)935-5900

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Peggy Brown HambrickGreat info....I have shared.....thank you.1 month ago   ·  2

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What Monkey's HOUSE a dog hospice and sanctuary does for shelter dogs at the end of their life is so heartwarming!

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