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Our clinic is conveniently located in Covington, Ga
We have provided outstanding quality veterinary care for our pets in Newton and surrounding counties since 1977. Our veterinarians offer routine and specialty care for everything from your puppy's immunizations to care for your sick and senior pets. When advanced care is required, we offer consultations or referral to a specialty care facility.
Our animal hospital's comprehensive animal treatments cover a broad range of problems for dogs, cats, small animals, and equine. Our services include immunizations, radiology, ultrasound, dental care, orthopedics, surgery, laser therapy, geriatric wellness and more. We have an in-house laboratory and a fully equipped facility for accurate diagnostics and treatment for your pet.
At Sigman Veterinary Clinic, every veterinarian and member of our team is committed to giving superior care with the latest technologies and treatment options for your pet.
If you are looking for an animal hospital in Newton County, or the surrounding areas, please browse our website to read more about our services. Please contact Sigman Veterinary Clinic by telephone at (770)787-1581 for more information and to schedule an appointment with one of our animal doctors.
At Sigman Veterinary Clinic, we treat your pets like the valued family members they are.
Dr. Michael Sigman
Covington Veterinarian | Sigman Veterinary Clinic | (770)787-1581
10257 Hwy 142 N
Covington, GA 30014
Dr. Sigman has been our vet for approximately 20 years. I feel like he is a part of our family He has always been kind to our animals and to us.I tried other vets before and none of them rate as high standards as he does. He is and will always be the best in Covington, GA. Thank you for all the great years of service. I Highly recommend this office..
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