Pet Emergency?  Is your veterinarian closed for the evening?  No worries!  We are here 24 Hours a day, 365 days a year!!

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Welcome to Mountain Emergency Animal Center

Serving the Tri-State Area (GA, NC, TN)
Call us at 706-632-7879

Pet Emergency? Read no further and call us right away!dog

Pet emergencies, like human ones, can happen anytime. Your pet’s injuries and illnesses may require immediate attention.

Mountain Emergency Animal Center provides comprehensive emergency and urgent care during the night, on the weekends and holidays. We work closely with your primary veterinarian to provide the most complete care possible for your family pet. We understand that your pet is an important member of your family and deserves the best possible medical care.

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Mountain Emergency Animal Center is the only animal emergency hospital in the North Georgia, Tennessee, North Carolina Tri-State area that is open at night, all weekend, and all major holidays, with a full staff of veterinarians and technicians in the hospital at all times, allowing complete continuation of care for your pet when your family veterinary office is closed.

We are a direct extension of your family veterinarian and we will work closely with them in treating your pet. Your family veterinarian will receive faxed or emailed copies of all your records to provide a seamless line of communication.

Our state of the art emergency hospital located in Blue Ridge, Georgia. Our doctors all have extensive training in emergency and critical care. The hospital has oxygen units, ultrasound capabilities, digital radiography, a full surgical suite, in house blood work, blood products and an isolation ward.

At Mountain Emergency Animal Center, we treat your pets like the valued family members they are.

Location:

Mountain Emergency Animal Center
1163 Windy Ridge Rd
Blue Ridge, GA 30513

At Mountain Emergency Animal Center, our mission is to provide high quality, compassionate emergency and critical care services to the pets of all clients and for the referring veterinarians of the Tri-State area in a timely, friendly, and professional manner.


Blue Ridge Veterinarian | Mountain Emergency Animal Center | 706-632-7879


Meet Our Skilled Team

Learn Who We Are

  • Molly King DVM
    Medical Director and Emergency Veterinarian

    Dr. Molly King relocated to the Blue Ridge mountains after living in Florida near the beach her entire life. She attended the University of Florida for her undergraduate and veterinary medicine degrees, including a certificate in practice management. While there, she was lucky enough to spend a semester abroad in Ireland. Dr. King grew up wanting to work in publications, and she has bachelor's degrees in journalism and animal sciences.Dr. King spent several years doing general practice, but she became passionate about emergency medicine after doing relief work for an emergency hospital in Orlando. Some of her medical interests include surgery, infectious diseases, and gastrointestinal disorders, but she enjoys many aspects of veterinary medicine including shelter medicine and dentistry.Outside of the hospital, Dr. King enjoys dog agility, horseback riding, traveling, cooking and fishing. She and her husband have three dogs: Scout, Colt and Hopper. 

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  • Kelly Parrish DVM
    Emergency Veterinarian

    Dr. Parrish is passionate about client education, tail wags, and getting to the root of the problem. She completed her undergraduate and doctorate education at Auburn University (War Eagle!). During that time, she also led spay/neuter and wellness clinics in Nicaragua, studied surgery and anesthesia in Germany, and worked as a veterinary assistant at MEAC. She completed an emergency focused rotating internship in Phoenix, Arizona and has worked in several busy multi-specialty hospitals prior to moving to Blue Ridge to work at MEAC. Her adorable hiking buddy in her photo Char.

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  • Caleb Palmer
    DVM
    Emergency Veterinarian

    Dr. Caleb J. Palmer graduated from the Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine in

    2013. After a year of mixed animal practice he joined Mountain Emergency Animal Center and has been a part of the family since! Dr. Palmer enjoys various aspects of all areas of veterinary emergency medicine.

    Hiking, backpacking, horseback riding, paddling, mountain biking, gardening and reading are just a few hobbies and interests that keep him busy when he isn't at the hospital. Dr. Palmer shares a dog named Roger, a cat named Maxi and a horse named Sammy with his wife, Margaret, who is also a veterinarian.

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Hours

Business Hours

Windy Ridge Location

Monday:

Open 24 hours until 8am Tuesday

Tuesday:

12:00 AM-8:00 AM

6:00 PM to 8:00 AM Wednesday

Wednesday:

6:00 PM-8:00 AM

Thursday:

6:00 Pm-8:00 AM

Friday:

Open 6pm

Saturday:

Open 24 hours

Sunday:

Open 24 hours

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