Animal Well-Being is a Human Responsibility and WE ARE THEIR VOICES.

Being a responsible pet parent means being in tune with your pet’s health to recognize any changes that may be occurring. Prepare for future issues by educating yourself about pet health, symptoms and behavior. Our knowledgeable staff would like to share a few links to help you in that process:

Before You Get A Pet

Created in 2010 by a group of researchers from the Ontario Veterinary College in Guelph, Ontario, Canada; investigating positive behavior training, pet relinquishment, and pet overpopulation. The purpose of this web site is to improve the relationship between companion animals and people through research and education.

Pet Health Network®

The Pet Health Network® is for pets and their people; created for people like you, by people just like you – people who have dogs, cats, and other pets as part of their families. Pet Health Network® is a resource to help you truly understand the full range of care available to your pet. A community where people who love their pets as much as you do go to share ideas, stories, pictures, and a lot more. A source you can trust, in one place, developed by people who have helped shape veterinary care.

Companion Animal Parasite Council

Companion Animal Parasite Council (CAPC) was formed in 2002 with the express purpose of changing the way veterinary professionals and pet owners approach parasite management. The CAPC advocates best practices for protecting pets from parasitic infections and reducing the risk of zoonotic parasite transmission.

The Paw Project

The Paw Project’s mission is to educate the public about the painful and crippling effects of feline declawing, to promote animal welfare through the abolition of the practice of declaw surgery, and to rehabilitate cats that have been declawed. It’s not about cutting a nail; it’s about amputating the last joint of a toe. Declawing a cat may result in permanent lameness, arthritis, and other long-term complications. We urge you to visit this site and view The Paw Project Movie for a better understanding of the process and its consequences.

The Paw Project Movie

Veterinary Partner

Veterinary Partner was founded in 1991 with a commitment to the well-being of companion animals by providing the finest in online pet health information and resources. From diseases and conditions to care and behavior, you’re likely to find many articles of interest to broaden your knowledge of your pet’s health and well-being. is not affiliated with Kennesaw Mountain Animal Hospital.


PetPlace was founded by a veterinarian in 2006 with one purpose in mind: to provide the most credible and accurate pet health and wellness information so that our pets can live happier, healthier lives. To achieve this goal, PetPlace assembled a “world-class” editorial team of pet experts and authors, including vets, vet techs, trainers and behaviorists from the academic and veterinary sciences industry worldwide.

ASPCA Poison Control

The ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center (APCC) is your best resource for any animal poison-related emergency, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. The ASPCA Poison Control experts provide valuable information to help parents recognize and protect their pets from poisonous substances including plants, human foods, human medications and more.

Association for Pet Loss and Bereavement

The Association for Pet Loss and Bereavement is a group of professionally trained volunteers in pet bereavement-counseling and are here for you. Founded in 1997 by Dr. Wallace Sife, Ph.D., as a local support group that stemmed from a book he authored, The Loss of a Pet; a book he wrote following the 1987 loss of his beloved “Edel Meister”. Our pets are our children…our family, and the loss of a family member can affect many aspects of our lives. Our beloved animal friends have brought us together, and in honor of them, the APLB provides assistance to anyone who requests it.

Call us today, we want to be your partner in your pet’s healthcare!