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Garden District Animal Hospital is a small animal veterinary clinic that has been serving the Baton Rouge community for over 25 years. Located next to city park near LSUʼs campus, we are a small, family oriented clinic that strives to provide quality health care for your pets. Your petʼs health and well being is very important to us and we will take every step to give your pet the best possible care.
We are a full service animal hospital and will take both emergency cases as well as less urgent medical, surgical, and dental issues. We also offer veterinary supervised boarding at reasonable rates with Sunday pick up times available. Beyond the many services offered, Garden District Animal Hospital, has a staff that is passionate about animals and dedicated to treating your pet as they would their own.
Our clinic is dedicated to the community which is evident through our association
with most of the animal welfare organizations in Baton Rouge. These welfare agencies
include but are not limited to, Cat Haven, Project Purr, APAWS, CAAWS, Spay Baton
Rouge, PASS, and FOTA.
Dr. Andrea Andersen
Baton Rouge Veterinarian | Garden District Animal Hospital | 225-381-9661
1302 Perkins Road
Baton Rouge, LA 70806
"The Veterinarian at Garden District Animal Hospital, Dr. Andersen, was really great. She knew exactly what was ailing my dog right away and took great care of her. Would recommend this place to anyone."
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