Redefining Veterinary Care in Middle Georgia

We are a modern practice where high-tech meets high touch.

We are breaking conventions by focusing on a more efficient yet individualized experience for all of your pets.

Drive-Thru Pharmacy

The convenience you need with the care your pet deserves

Our practice offers the convenience of a drive-thru pharmacy and online prescription requests.

Accepting New Patients!

We are conveniently located off of Highway 441 at:
102 Walmart Dr.
Eatonton, GA 31024

About Dr. Campbell

I graduated from the University of Georgia College of Veterinary Medicine in 2006 and have been practicing in the middle Georgia area for over 15 years. After practicing at Heart of Georgia Animal Care for many years, I have opened my own state of the art facility located in Eatonton, GA. As a general and mixed practice veterinarian, I believe strongly in providing the highest quality care, at reasonable rates, while focusing on a preventative medicine approach.


Read more about the heart behind our office and our exceptional team!


We offer veterinary services with a strong focus on preventative care and medical therapy.


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Campbell Veterinary Hospital has been dedicated to helping pets and their owners for years now. Take a look for yourself!

Client Testimonials

Happy Pets!

Dr. Campbell has been our family vet since he opened. We trust him and will make the drive to Eatonton just as we drove to Milledgeville to give our babies the best care we can.

Angie Hunt

Dr. Campbell is the only one I trust with my babies. He is the absolute best.

Bj Weaver

I have been seeing Dr. Campbell for many years since he started out in Gordon, GA and then went to Milledgeville. My family will be seeing him in Eatonton. He has looked after my chickens for many years now.

Brittany N. Thompson

Did You Know?


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The Better Business Bureau is asking people who may be looking to add a furry family member as a gift this holiday season to exercise extreme caution if shopping for a pet online. According to the BBB, online pet scams — when an online search ends with a would-be pet owner paying hundreds of dollars … Continue reading "The Better Business Bureau Breaks Down the Risks of Buying Pets Online"

Hypothyroidism in Dogs

Hypothyroidism (Low Thyroid levels) can be very harmful to your dog. The disease has many different symptoms that may go unnoticed, such as: Cold intolerance Dull coat Excessive Shedding Excessive thirst Weight gain without and increase of appetite Regurgitation of food or water Hypothyroidism if left untreated, can result in many medical conditions such as … Continue reading "Hypothyroidism in Dogs"

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Our standard care includes yearly preventive blood work with radiographs and urinalysis... just like our doctors do for us.