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Welcome to Belle Isle Animal Hospital
Your Veterinarian in Atlanta GA Georgia

Call us at (404)252-3587

Your Pet Deserves the Best


veterinarian_dog.pngBelle Isle Animal Hospital is a full service veterinary hospital located in Sandy Springs just 10 minutes north of Atlanta. Our veterinarians blend the latest in medical technology with personal care you can trust.

Conveniently located just inside the Atlanta perimeter, Dr. Riva Wolkow, Dr. Carrie Unger and Dr. Harshila Ballal pride themselves on practicing the highest quality veterinary medicine available. The friendly and experienced staff is committed to helping pet owners better understand how to manage every aspect of their pet’s health.

We provide a wide array of services including the latest in preventative medicine, vaccinations, routine exams, surgeries, and even personalized boarding. Our state of the art veterinary hospital is fully equipped with all the latest in diagnostic and surgical equipment, and our dedicated staff is trained in advanced techniques to keep your pet healthy and happy. Come visit our Sandy Springs office anytime to see for yourself why people are so excited about the new Belle Isle Animal Hospital. After all, your pet deserves the best!



Atlanta Veterinarian | Belle Isle Animal Hospital | (404)252-3587

216 E. Belle Isle Rd
Atlanta, GA Georgia 30342

  • Dr.
    Harshila Ballal

    Dr. Harshila Ballal has been a member of the Belle Isle team since July 2017. Originally from Tampa, FL, she received her B.S. in Biology from Emory University in 2013. She then received her DVM from the Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine at Virginia Tech in 2017. Her interests include preventative health, neurology and cardiology. She is also keen to learn more about exotic animals and wildlife. In her free time, she enjoys hiking with her energetic terrier-mix, Yogi, playing tennis, and spending time with her family and friends. Dr. Ballal is excited to be back in Atlanta to provide high-quality care for her patients.

  • Dr.
    Riva Wolkow

    Dr. Riva Wolkow is the proud owner of Belle Isle Animal Hospital. She graduated from the University of Georgia Veterinary School and spent four years working at a large hospital in Alpharetta that practiced high quality medicine before fulfilling her dream of taking over Belle Isle. She started Belle Isle with the idea that she would never recommend anything that she wouldn't do for her own pet.

  • Dr.
    Carrie Unger,
    D.V.M

    Dr. Carrie Unger joined Belle Isle in March of 2012. She completed her baccalaureate degree in Animal and Dairy science at The University of Georgia in 1997 and then graduated from The University of Georgia College of Veterinary Medicine in 2007 while working towards her master’s degree in Veterinary Pathology. She loves playing tennis and hanging outdoors with her family.

Office Hours

Monday:

7:00 AM-6:00 PM

Tuesday:

7:00 AM-6:00 PM

Wednesday:

7:00 AM-6:00 PM

Thursday:

7:00 AM-6:00 PM

Friday:

7:00 AM-6:00 PM

Saturday:

8:00 AM-2:00 PM

Sunday:

Closed

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Real Reviews from Real Clients

  • "A big thumbs up to Belle Isle Animal Clinic!!! The staff is always upbeat, friendly, kind and competent. We moved further away, but never considered switching to closer vet. Definitely worth the longer drive."

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