About Dr. Carrie Friedewald
A native of Marietta, Dr. Carrie attended Davidson College on a volleyball scholarship, earning degrees in biology and psychology. She headed to the University of Georgia’s College of Veterinary Medicine to earn her veterinary degree and was honored with a class Award for Excellence in Internal Medicine and Surgery before graduating in 2002.
Hollie E…”Dr. Carrie Friedewald is an Angel in disguise. She and her staff were the best thing that could have ever happened to my best friend Baron and myself.”
About Dr. Melissa Roberts
Dr. Melissa was born in Germany thanks to her father’s military career and graduated high school in Mississippi. She earned her Associates Degree in Science from Northwest Community College before attending Mississippi State University to receive her Animal and Dairy Science Bachelor’s degree with a minor in Biochemistry. Dr. Roberts then remained at Mississippi State to earn her Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine, while simultaneously completing a Master’s Degree in Veterinary Science with an emphasis on Beef Cattle and Toxicology. Dr. Roberts served as her class vice president, president of her academic fraternity, and as the faculty-chosen student representative at the American Veterinary Medical Association’s second Veterinary Leadership Experience conference.
Angel P. “Dr. Melissa Roberts is sensational. If you want a vet who cares about your animal and understands the value of a relationship, this is your doctor.”
About Dr. Kate Kent
A Midwest native from Wisconsin, Dr. Kate is an Alumni of Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine. She has a firm belief that our animal friends bring our conscious and unconscious awareness to so many experiences in life to which we would otherwise be oblivious. They open our minds and hearts every day and make us healthier humans for it. Dr. Kate became a veterinarian to help support this bond and teach people how to return these gifts our animal companions give us. Dr. Kate has a particular interest in geriatric care, behavior, and surgery. She is an active advocate for dental health, as she is amazed at how much a pet’s quality of life is improved once their dental disease is addressed.
About Dr. Mary McTague
Bio Coming Soon…
“I cannot speak highly enough about every single person at Kennesaw Mountain Animal Hospital. They truly embody their mission statement “Where we treat you like family and your pets as our own.”
“The attention and service provided to my two dogs by the vet technician (Ms. Wilder) and the Vet (Dr. McDonald) were impressive. They really put my two dogs first and made me feel they care about the health of my pets.”
“We just put our three-year-old through training at day camp at Kennesaw Mountain Animal Hospital. Cheyenne and Will are great and Serena’s improved so much that we have taken her to Marietta Market, baseball games for the grandkids, and other little outings.”
“Had to board for four days. I called to check on her and was given in detail how she did. Picked her up and she was not shaking (which she normally does when we are at vets). I will definitely use them again. Love this group. Very friendly and caring!”
“If you need a cat groomer, I recommend Marissa! She was patient with my baby Oliver and made him feel comfortable. And he looks great!!!!”
Frequently Asked Questions
As veterinarians we deal with a wide range of complicated issues in the course of our day-to-day work. If you don’t have all the answers, we might. We have some FAQ documents on a wide range of subjects for your pet. Whether you’re looking for answers to common questions or just curious, our FAQs could be the fastest route to the answers you need.