First I want to list all traveling pet clinics that offer affordable vaccines. Please note that the vet on-site will not do an exam. These are only for dog and cat owners that have healthy animals but don't want to pay for vet fees to get thier pet vaccinated.
Pet owners on a budget:
This pet clinic is usually at Petco's on Saturday.
This pet clinic varies throughout the month and locations. I personally use this service. I have had no problems. I have waited from 1 minute to an hour for vaccines depending on location.
Atlanta Humane Society has been great on the wallet. Thier vaccines are a little bit more expensive than the clinics mentioned above but you can see a vet for only 30.00. They also offer discounted teeth cleaning which is very important and usually expensive. They also have interns on site.
Banfield Pet Hospital
(almost in all PetSmarts)
These hospitals have had mixed reveiws. The only issue I have with them is they encourage anything and everything for your dog which can be costly in the end.
1510 Piedmont Avenue
Atlanta, GA, US 30324
Atlanta, GA 30318
*On a personal note, I saw Dr. Johnson and I thought she was very caring and fair! I have never had such a personal experience
from a doctor. I highly recommend if you would like your vet to remember your pet.
455 Abernathy Road, NE
Georgia Veterinary Specialists in Sandy Springs is open for emergency care 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, every day of the year, including holidays. *There web-site looks intense. They seem to offer all types of service ranging from radiation to Hospice.