Godley Station Animal Hospital

Your pet is sure to find top-notch care at Godley Station! We offer a wide range of services, from full hospital care to experienced dog and cat groomers!

Godley Station Animal Hospital boasts an experienced staff, including five veterinarians, knowledgeable veterinary technicians and friendly desk personnel. Additionally, we sport boarding spaces to accommodate your pet for those times when kenneling services are necessary.

Your pet can be dropped off at our office as early as 7:00 on weekdays, and you can rest assured that our warm and comfortable building will keep your littlest family members happy while we care for them! 
Vet check-up with small dog
  • 127 Canal St
  • Pooler,GA 31322
  • Phone: 912-748-8805
  • Boarding Facility: 912-450-8814
  • Fax: 912-748-8807
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  • Mon-Fri: 8:00am-6:00pm
  • Sat: Closed
  • Sun: Closed
  • Dr. David Howes

    Dr. David Howes graduated from U.W. Madison in 1995. He then moved to Georgia and worked as an associate veterinarian in Savannah until 2003 when he opened Godley Station Animal Hospital. He and his wife enjoy living and working in the Pooler area, and are excited to raise their two children in this community.
    Years in Practice:
    Jun 01, 1995
    U.W. Madison
  • Dr. Michael Brown

    Dr. Michael Brown was born and raised in Northeast Arkansas and received his Bachelor of Science degree in Biology from Lyon College, a private liberal arts school in Batesville, Arkansas.  From there, Dr. Michael attended Kansas State University where he earned his Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine, graduating at the top of his class.  After graduation, he moved back home to Arkansas to practice in a busy small animal clinic for a year before deciding it was time to head further South.  He found the perfect fit in Pooler and is excited to join the staff at Godley Station Animal Hospital. In his spare time, Dr. Michael enjoys cooking and entertaining and spending time with his catahoula leopard dog, Keifer, and his cat, Miller.

    Years in Practice:
    Jan 01, 2012
    Kansas State University
  • Dr. Kristen Duval

    Dr. Kristen Duval has lived in Cincinnati the majority of her life and attended Xavier University for her undergraduate. She wanted to be a veterinarian when she was a child but then became really interested in psychology in high school/undergraduate. About half way through her sophomore year at Xavier she decided psychology wasn't for her and that she really wanted to pursue herdream of becoming a veterinarian. She was accepted to Ross University in St. Kitts where she acquired two island mutts, Molly and Hank. She completed her clinical year at Ohio State and decided she wanted to move back home. Dr. Kristen and her husband, Darren were starting to really miss the warm weather and living near a beach, so they decided to look for jobs around the Savannah area.
    Years in Practice:
    Jan 01, 2014
    Ross University