We are constantly upgrading our equipment to more conveniently and efficiently serve you and your beloved pet! Continuing education is attended by all staff members and some even have specific areas of expertise. Everyone on staff is committed to providing exemplary service to our clients and patients. We serve the Jackson area as well as many patients from McDonough, Griffin, Forsyth, Monticello and Covington. We even have clients who have moved to Atlanta over an hour away that still come to us for the care of their pets! We hope that you and your fur family will join our family at Jackson Veterinary Clinic for all of your veterinary needs.
Dr. Alan Burdette
Dr. Alan Burdette, a graduate of the University of Georgia, has been helping the community and surrounding areas since 1981. His passion for his work can be seen in his unwavering kindness that he shows the furry members of your family. He strives to make himself available twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week, three hundred and sixty-five days a year. That is unless he is off watching his children play tennis, sneaking out to watch a Bulldogs game with family. Or just simply taking a well deserved vacation. Since he was a teenager he has had a hand in caring for animals. He often states that he doesn’t ask his employees to do anything that he hasn’t done himself. And he is telling the truth. From groomer to kennel worker, he has done everything in between, and is constantly learning more than what the state requires in continuing education classes. He thrives on learning all the newest techniques in caring for the animals.
Comments from the staff: “Dr. Alan Burdette, the greatest vet to ever look at an animal (according to all those that work with him). Not to mention an awesome boss. You have never run across a more caring & patient man. Jackson Veterinary Clinic is the greatest place to work because of our “Dr. B”.
Dr. Lora Morgan
Dr. Lora Morgan, a graduate of the University of Georgia, is Jackson Veterinary Clinic’s associate veterinarian, and has been with the clinic for sixteen years. She is usually a large animal vet, and has established a reputable business taking care of Jackson’s bigger furry friends, such as horses and livestock. However, she gets to play with the puppies and kittens on Wednesdays and every other Saturday with the staff at JVC. Dr. Morgan, like Dr. Burdette, has worked in a veterinary clinic, including JVC, since before she became a doctor. From childhood, all she wanted was to be a “horse doctor”, and after working in the kennel and learning the ins and outs of grooming, she took her experiences and headed off to college. Coming home afterward to her small town clinic to become the type of vet that she had always dreamed of, where her enthusiasm for animals shows in her handlings of patients and pet owners.