We understand that many animals lack quality veterinary care because their owners cannot get them to the vet for whatever reason. Maybe your pet is afraid of riding in the car? Maybe they are too old and riding in the car is too stressful or too painful? Maybe they don’t tolerate being at the vet’s office because they are too anxious or scared? We would like to be able to fill that void so all of our 4 legged best friends can get the veterinary care that they need to ensure they live the longest healthiest life possible. We can even provide transportation for your pet to the vet or emergency center if you are unable to do so for whatever reason.

Eric Mueller, DVM

Dr. Eric Mueller was born in Cincinnati, OH but grew up in Chicago, IL and Northern Kentucky. In Kentucky, he lived on a 15 acre horse farm, working and breaking Tennessee-Walkers and Rocky Mountain horses. Eric attended the University of Kentucky from 2003 to 2007 where he played Division I football and received his Bachelors of Science in Animal Science. After graduating from the University of Kentucky, he then attended Auburn University from 2007 to 2011 where he obtained his Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine. While at Auburn, Dr. Mueller was a Small Animal Emergency Student Resident and discovered his specific interest in surgery. In and along the way, Dr. Mueller has provided veterinary medical relief for the Gulf Oil Spill in 2010 and completed a preceptorship program at two veterinary clinics in Alpharetta, Georgia. He then became licensed to practice veterinary medicine in the great state of Georgia and has been providing small/companion animal medicine in North Atlanta since June of 2011.

William Tyler Bennett, DVM

Dr. William Tyler Bennett was born in San Antonio, TX and moved around the United States living in a military family. Growing up, Dr. Bennett had an assortment of animals ranging from reptiles, sugar gliders, a pet crow and a goat. Despite his wide range of animal interests, he has always had a particular passion for horses, dogs, and cats. Over time this fascination developed into a professional interest in veterinary anatomy and disease processes. He spent summers working on his grandmother’s Arabian horse farm, as well as working as a veterinary kennel tech. Dr. Bennett obtained his B.S. in Avian Biology from The University of Georgia and went on to obtain his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree from the University of Georgia College of Veterinary Medicine in 2019. After graduation, Dr. Bennett spent one year practicing as an equine veterinarian in Lexington, Kentucky working with commercial thoroughbred farms and then returned to Georgia in July of 2020, to practice exclusively as a small animal veterinarian. During his spare time, Dr. Bennett enjoys fishing, rooting for The Georgia Bulldogs, and spending time with his wife Gabby, His German Shephard “Andy”, Catahoula Leopard dog “Zoey”, and the boss of the household, “Timothy” the cat.