We Care Because You Care

Kennesaw Mountain Animal Hospital provides family-focused pet care. We’ve grown our practice through compassion, knowledge, and best practices of veterinary services. Stress-free, personalized veterinary care is our focus.  You’re pet’s health and comfort are our ultimate concern from the moment you walk in the doors.


With an impressive reputation for pet care in the Kennesaw and Marietta area, Kennesaw Mountain Animal Hospital (KMAH) provides family-focused pet care and have grown our practice/family through compassion, knowledge and consistency. Stress-free, personalized care is our benchmark and your pet’s health and comfort are our ultimate concern from the moment you walk in the doors.

The KMAH experience is balanced with stress-free care for both you and your pet. Largely known for our compassionate staff and our doctor’s personable “bed-side manner”, you and your pet will feel at ease throughout your visit. This personable and compassionate environment begins a dialog where pet parents feel comfortable to ask questions. Most importantly, our doctors listen; questions and comments are welcome as it enables the doctors to learn more about you and your pet’s situation.

You can expect a doctor/client/pet relationship like no other you’ve ever experienced.

Our Veterinarary Services


Wellness and Vaccines

The key to a healthy pet is prevention. Prevention of health issues, the ones you have the ability to do something about. What may seem to be small to you, can turn into something much bigger. Routine prevention left unaddressed, leads to additional treatment, and higher costs.

Allergies & Dermatology

Airborne and food allergies are two of the most common diagnosis we treat. The effects on your pet’s skin can be miserable for them, however, they can’t communicate that to you. It’s up to you to address their issues in a timely manner to prevent further treatment and higher veterinary costs.



Imagine not brushing your teeth for five years, how do you suppose your health would be? Dental issues left unattended cause serious conditions with the heart, liver, kidneys, and lungs. The pain a pet endures from poor dental health lasts as long as treatment is denied.


The number of patients treated for cancer is increasing, just as it is with us humans. Subtle changes can be an early sign conditions exist. Become your pet’s advocate and schedule annual bloodwork; it’s a simple way to stay in tune with your pet’s organs and conditions unseen.


Pain Management

Most pet parents mistake pain for getting old. However, that pain may be preventing them from being the active pet you used to have. It comes on subtle and most don’t realize it until their pet becomes close to immobile. Just think of the quality of life your pet may have been missing.



So, you’ve noticed your pet seems to be coughing/hacking lately after being active or excited. This could be a sign of heart issues that left untreated can lead to an early demise for your pet. Being a proactive pet parent by getting treatment will most certainly extend your pet’s days with you.


Nutrition & Weight Management

Overweight pets are unhealthy, feel bad overall, and experience pain…but they can’t communicate that to you. As a responsible pet parent, one must address their pet’s weight and take the necessary steps to lighten the load and prevent shortening their lives.


Critical Care

Accidents and illnesses occur at any time. Timely diagnosis and treatment are crucial, and our well-trained staff and state-of-the-art facility are fully capable of treating the most complex cases. Be assured, you are in experienced hands if you’re ever in need of critical care.


Laser Therapy

Laser therapy is a non-invasive, pain-free, surgery-free and drug-free treatment for pain and open wounds. Through cell regeneration and increased blood circulation, laser therapy speeds the healing process for soft tissue injuries, hot spots, arthritis pain, etc. A great stress-free alternative to treatment.

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.

A puppy’s critical development period is 8 – 14 weeks, training is crucial during this period and is fine, given they’re at the appropriate level of vaccines. Puppies can meet other vaccinated puppies…we require all training 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 symptoms began recently, the issue began well before the symptoms began to show.
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 a possible link to dilated cardiomyopathy (a decreased ability to pump blood); often resulting in congestive heart failure. The correlation of peas, lentils, chickpeas, beans, and potatoes is the focus of the investigation and if your pet is currently on a grain free diet, the FDA urges pet owners to consult their veterinarian.

“As a dog trainer, it is vital to have a good reliable vet that can accommodate all the needs for my clients for vetting a daycare. They treat every single dog as if it is their own and spend a lot of time with each pet. My clients, myself and my pup love Kennesaw Mountain Animal Hospital.”

dogs kennesaw mariettaTyler Baker , Dog Trainer

“I have always had a great experience at Kennesaw Mtn Animal Hospital. They have always shown great compassion toward my animals and I have been very fair with prices. I would recommend them to anyone!”

Sandy Hamilton, Pet Lover

“Friendly staff and caring vets who handle your pet like one of their own. Premium services at reasonable prices. Dr. Carrie and the staff really go the extra mile in caring for our dogs. Highly recommend their vet services for anyone around Kennesaw or Marietta.”

dogs kennesaw mariettaTerry Fortson, Local Guide

Professional Pet Care

Pet owners trust us to look after the needs of their beloved companions. We are specialists committed to delivering the very highest of veterinary care and affection in the Kennesaw / Marietta area.