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The Atlanta expansion is led by franchisees Ian Haywood and Emanuel Graves, who will operate two house call vans in the city. Veterinarians receive training with Dr. Jeremy Gransky, a DVM and MVS partner who has practiced house call veterinary medicine in the Boston area for 13 years, a press release said.
Pets will have "access to the highest quality veterinary care, right in the comfort of their own homes," MVS CEO Todd Giatrelis said in a statement. Veterinarians interested in working in Atlanta should contact Giatrelis at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 617-697-3534.
The business anticipates launching in Atlanta in late fall.
Call MVS at 866-838-2738 for more information.
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