Nursing animals back to health since 6 years old, its safe to say Dr. Rosa Denning loves animals. But it’s her 17 years of veterinary experience that encourages pet owners to put the furriest member of the family into her care, knowing that she will use all the medical means at her disposal to keep animals healthy and happy.
Crossville Veterinary Hospital’s onsite laboratory allows Dr. Denning to diagnose and treat any number of serious health issues without the delay of waiting for offsite lab results. With pet-safe digital x-rays, she can discern the treatment best suited to keeping pets healthy while also retrieving the remote they swallowed during a breakdown in treat negotiations.
Dr. Denning also offers more routine services for cats, dogs, and household pets, providing vaccinations, checkups, and medicated baths.
Set on 5 lush acres of land, AA Pet Kennel & Resort, Inc. has cared for critters since 1958, employing a staff of loving pet aficionados to oversee pets for boarding. During boarding, staffers let pets romp around outside in a fenced-in area. For an additional charge, they also take them for nature walks through the grounds’ expansive trails. Overnight boarding treats pets to premium food and plenty of love as soft music plays in the building.
Town and Country Veterinary Clinic understands that pet owners are passionate about the health and wellbeing of their furry, feathery, or scaly family members, so they provide compassionate care and employ the latest technologies. Originally founded by Dr. Michael Good—who was eventually joined by his son, Dr. Phil Good, as well as a roster of fellow veterinarians—the practice has grown over the last several decades, and it now boasts locations throughout the Atlanta metropolitan area. The team members help preserve animals' health by performing everything from routine checkups to necessary surgeries, such as applying a leg cast to a Labrador or offering wrinkle cream to a Shar-Pei. They utilize x-rays, ultrasounds, and other cutting edge diagnostic technologies as they attentively treat each pet as if it were one of their own. Beyond clinical appointments, the practice offers grooming and boarding services, placing animals under the watchful supervision of passionate caregivers while owners are away.
For more than two decades , the dedicated staff at Pet Med Plus have combined advanced technology and old-fashioned warm-heartedness to care for dogs and cats. The clinic’s on-site lab allows for faster blood test results, and digital radiography helps locate areas of concern or stores of hidden biscuits. Pet Med Plus also provides alternative therapies specially designed for furry companions, including laser therapy intended to reduce pain and inflammation and stress-relieving Reiki. Boarding services grant pets a comfortable home away from home, complete with a large yard, and a retail area stocks treats and toys.
Marcia and Jim Wentzell have been serving the Cobb County animal community for more than 15 years, working with rescue groups, homeless dogs, and family pets. Jim graduated as a certified obedience trainer in 1998, and then went on to serve as the president of the Georgia Network of Professional Petsitters until 2002. In 2005, he and Marcia opened A Passion For Pets Daycare and Grooming, where they offer grooming, training, daycare, and cage-free sleepovers for dogs.
During daycare, dogs romp, run, and work out four-part howling harmonies on a full acre of open-play space. Four-legged guests that are spending the night also roam freely thanks to cage-free sleepovers with overnight human companionship. At the full-service salon, staffers primp dogs with full bath and spa treatments that include services such as gum massages and even blueberry facials. The onsite Doggy-Liscious Bake Shop provides yummy pet treats such as cupcakes or banana biscotti, and the store also sells natural and holistic pet foods. A Passion for Pets also specializes in agility training and in-home petsitting.