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Clinic center: New veterinary locations opening across the country


Take a look at these 3 veterinary clinics newly opened or coming soon

The opening of new veterinary clinics in local communities marks a significant stride towards enhanced pet care and wider access to care. These state-of-the-art facilities are equipped with modern technology and staffed by skilled veterinary professionals, committed to providing top-notch medical services. As a result, these new clinics offer support for the welfare of pets and help strengthen the human-animal bond.

Here are 3 recent clinic openings across the United States:

Alpharetta Veterinary Specialty & Emergency

A new 24/7 emergency veterinary hospital opened in Alpharetta, Georgia. Located at 3100 Royal Boulevard South, this new facility is 20,580 sq ft and equipped with innovative technology to treat all kinds of emergencies. Alpharetta Veterinary Specialty & Emergency (AVSE) has 12 exam rooms, a CT scan, ultrasounds, an intensive care unit, a dedicated isolation for respiratory and gastrointestinal, a designated feline seating area, and minimally invasive surgical and scoping capabilities.1

“The AVSE team is extremely proud and excited to open its doors to Alpharetta,” said Adrianna Ventura, hospital director at AVSE, in a news release. “It is our mission to provide an organic approach to comprehensive specialty and emergency care to our primary care partners and to our pet owner community.”1

CityVet in Coppell, Texas

A new CityVet location will open on Monday, February 26, 2024, in Coppell, Texas. Just north of Dallas at 106 N Denton Tap Rd, this new facility will offer the local community a range of services including preventative care, diagnostics, same-day walk-ins, surgery, grooming, dental care, exotic care, and medical boarding.2

New CityVet location in Coppell, TX. (Image courtesy of CityVet)

New CityVet location in Coppell, TX. (Image courtesy of CityVet)

The new Coppell location will be led by Jana Bryant, DVM, a 2002 graduate of Texas A&M and current resident of Coppell, Texas. Bryant brings over 20 years of experience to her role specializing in an integrative healing approach that includes naturopathic and holistic medicine. Bryant stated in the release, “Coppell has a small-town feel where everyone is warm and welcoming from the moment you meet them. I am excited to be that trusted veterinarian that my neighbors can go to for all of their veterinary services.”2

CityVet president and CEO, David Boguslawski said, "We are thrilled to partner with Dr. Bryant on the opening of her second CityVet clinic. We look forward to serving the Coppell community and know she will provide the highest standard of care for our new neighbors and embody the core values that our clients know and love about CityVet.”2

Dr. Treat in Burlingame, California

This new Dr. Treat clinic is the veterinary network’s second California location and will be its flagship clinic in San Francisco. The San Francisco clinic won a merit award from the dvm360 2023 Hospital Design Competition. The Burlingame clinic is situated at 220 Primrose Rd and officially opened last month.

Dr. Treat is a membership-only clinic that allows members to get unlimited access to the clinic, along with the Dr. Treat mobile app for booking, canceling, or rescheduling appointments, accessing digitized pet medical records, requesting refills on prescriptions, or its telehealth platform.3

"We are building one of the most technologically advanced veterinary care companies and creating aesthetically designed spaces for anxiety-free experiences,” said Rakesh Tondon, co-founder and CEO of Dr. Treat, in a company release. “Our goal is to provide best-in-class quality of care for pets and an amazing experience for pet parents, while also driving down costs through the use of technology.”3


  1. Alpharetta Veterinary Specialty & Emergency (AVSE) is now open. News release. Alpharetta Veterinary Specialty & Emergency. January 31, 2024. Accessed February 21, 2024.
  2. CityVet, a leading network of veterinary-owned practices, will officially open its doors in Coppell on February 26. News release. CityVet. February 20, 2024. Accessed February 21, 2024.
  3. SF-based veterinary startup Dr. Treat readies second California location. News release. Dr. Treat. December 14, 2023. Accessed February 21, 2024. https://www.prweb.com/releases/sf-based-veterinary-startup-dr-treat-readies-second-california-location-302016330.html
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