West Cobb’s Best Veterinary Facility

Welcoming Kennesaw, Marietta, and Acworth residents to our new veterinarian hospital! We’re proud to offer state-of-the-art vet medical facilities and a warm, caring and welcoming environment that is designed to provide your pet with very the best available veterinary care. We invite you to take a virtual tour and get to know our facilities and we hope that you’ll decide to join us as a part of our extended family!

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“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.”

Shawna Rockdale

“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.”

Sharlene Wilson

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, ranging from prescriptions to microchipping and much more for your pet. Whether you’re looking for information answers to common questions or just curious, our FAQs could be the fastest route to the answers you need.

A puppy’s critical development period is 8 – 14 weeks, training is fine, given they’re at the appropriate level of vaccines. Puppies can meet other vaccinated puppies…we require all participants to be at the appropriate stage of vaccination for their age.
They pose a variety of health and safety hazards. Without knowledge of the other dog’s backgrounds, it’s a risky situation at best. Other pet owners may not be aware of the risks…nor mindful of their pet.
Imagine not brushing your teeth for five years? Infection occurs when bacteria collects between the gums and teeth as they separate; it then enters the blood stream and sets up in the heart, liver, and kidneys.
Absolutely, NOT! Aspirin, ibuprofen, and naproxen are non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs). Dogs are extremely sensitive to the gastrointestinal effects of NSAIDs, resulting in pain, bleeding, and ulceration.
Change in appetite, lethargy, low energy, aggressiveness, inappropriate elimination, and vocalization are all signs of an underlying issue. Though the change is recent, it doesn’t mean it just started.
Our wellness plans spread out the cost of services throughout the year…much easier on your wallet. Part of your savings includes no exam fee when you come for a visit.
It provides a baseline of values to reference the next time your pet needs treatment. It also detects early signs of cancer, infection and disease, and ensures organs are properly functioning.
On July 19, 2018, the U.S. FDA issued an alert regarding grain-free diets and low levels of taurine in dogs as being linked to deadly heart disease. Low taurine levels lead to congestive heart failure.

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

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