Martinez Animal Hospital

Welcome to Martinez Animal Hospital and National Hills Animal Hospital. We strive to give you and your pet quality surgical and medical services delivered with kindness and compassion. In order to give your pet the best quality of life, we offer a variety of preventative health programs tailored to its age, breed and any existing health problems. Our hospital offers a full range of services including, but not limited to blood work, radiographs, dentistry and surgery. The hospital has the added advantage of an experienced surgeon with interest in orthopedic surgery. Horses are also treated by two of our doctors. We treat them all, great or small, and more importantly, we love what we do. Come see us and see the difference.
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  • Martinez Animal Hosptial, LLC
  • 3942 Washington Road
  • Martinez,GA 30907
  • Phone: (706) 863-1223
  • Fax (706) 855-7639
  • Mon-Fri: 8:00am - 5:30pm Sat: 8:00am - 12:00pm
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  • National Hills Animal Hospital, LLC
  • 2633 Washington Rd.
  • Augusta, GA 30904
  • Phone: (706) 733-0860
  • Mon-Fri: 8:00am - 5:30pm
  • Sat: Closed
  • Dr. Grayson Brown

    Veterinarian - Martinez Animal Hospital
    Dr. Grayson Brown graduated from The University of Georgia Veterinary College of Medicine and in 1970 began National Hills Animal Hospital.  Later in 1975, with Dr. James Wilkes, they opened Martinez Animal Hospital.  Dr. Brown's natural ability and love of surgery have earned him the role of orthopedic surgeon for both hospitals.  When not practicing veterinary medicine, Dr. Brown's main hobby is horseback riding or keeping busy on the farm with his many horses, dogs and cats.

    He is a member of the Aiken Polo Club.
  • Dr. James B. Wilkes

    Veterinarian - Martinez Animal Hospital and National Hills Animal Hospital
    Dr. James B. Wilkes, a native Augustian, graduated from The University of Georgia Veterinary College of Medicine in 1967.  His father, Dr. William A. Wilkes, was a well-respected Augusta pediatrician.  Dr. Wilkes brings to the practice a special interest in ultrasound and equine reproduction.  Dr. Wilkes and his wife Cindy breed Hanovarian horses.

    Dr. Wilkes practices at Martinez Animal Hospital and National Hills Animal Hospital.
  • Dr. Harriet Elizabeth Sowell

    Veterinarian - Martinez Animal Hospital
    Dr. Sowell is a 1994 graduate of The University of Georgia. She joined the staff of Martinez Animal Hospital in 2004. She specializes in small animal medicine.
  • Dr. Beverly J. Slonina

    Dr. Beverly J. Slonina

    Veterinarian - National Hills Animal Hospital
    Dr. Beverly J. Slonina graduated from The University of Georgia Veterinary College of Medicine.  She has been an associate with National Hills Animal Hospital since 1988.  She lives in Evans, Georgia with her husband Chuck.  Dr. Slonina loves her work and is an excellent diagnostic veterinarian.
  • Dr. Samantha Canup

    Dr. Canup is from Martinsburg, West Virginia and graduated from Sherpherd University. She knew from an early age that she wanted to become a veterinarian because of her love of all animals, especially horses. Dr. Canup worked as a veterinary technician all throughout high school and college. She graduated from Auburn University's School of Veterinary Medicine in 2014. She lives in Wilkes County with her husband and their two kids. They have 7 cows, 8 horses, and 2 dogs. Her oldest daughter enjoys barrel racing, pole bending, and goat tying. They are a true "rodeo family"!

    Dr. Canup enjoys the variety that comes with equine and small animal practice, be it medicine, surgery, critical care, reproduction, or lameness.
  • Dr. Allison Robillard

    Dr. Alison Robillard has been a hobbyist reptile and amphibian collector for almost 20 years. She graduated from the University of Georgia College of Veterinary Medicine in 2015. She has 10 years experience in actively working with captive and wild avians. Her favorite aspects of exotic animal medicine involve husbandry and environmental enrichment, reproductive medicine, and nutrition. Dr. Robillard won the Kaytee Avian and Special Species Excellence Award upon graduating veterinary school.