Trust Us with Your Pet at Town & Country Veterinary Clinic
Town & Country Veterinary Clinic has provided compassionate animal care toward metro-Atlanta’s pets for over 30 years. Drs. Michael and Phil Good and the entire staff of compassionate professionals strive to provide cutting-edge veterinary services for their dog and cat patients in a caring and nurturing environment. Dr. Michael Good, the founder of Town & Country Veterinary Clinic, believes in providing the best of care for patients at Town & Country Veterinary Clinic. In addition to preventative care, surgery, and medicine, Town & Country Veterinary Clinic offers complete boarding and grooming services for your dog, cat, or exotic animal.
Professional boarding shouldn’t be expensive, and corners shouldn’t be cut to keep your pet healthy and safe. Boarding starts at $9 per night to closely monitor your pet’s condition with a caring staff of professionals. Your pet will be fed a highly palatable and nutritious diet, and your pet will be taken outside three times a day to eliminate. Trust us with your pet!
Town & Country Veterinary Clinic is located in central Cobb County near Interstate 75, convenient to pet lovers in Fulton, Cobb, and Cherokee County! To schedule an appointment for one of our doctors at Town & Country Veterinary Clinic or take advantage of our boarding and grooming facility, just call us at 770-971-1556.
The Town & Country family of veterinary, boarding, and grooming businesses are located in Marietta, Smyrna, Roswell, and Canton.
The Latest News
Please check out this great article on Dr. Good and Homeless Pets Foundation! The AJC’s Gracie Bonds Staples visited with Dr. Good at Town and Country to learn more about his journey to becoming a veterinarian as well as his heartfelt animal rescue work.
Our very own Dr. Michael Good was featured recently in Cobb Life Magazine, profiling his rescue work. Check out the article.
Please consider donating to the Cherokee County Animal Shelter after 350 rescued puppies from a suspected puppy mill entered their facility. Financial and assistance and food is sorely needed to help bring these puppies back into good health. Please see the story on Channel 46’s website: As cute as they are, until the case has … Read More
Hundreds of dogs and puppies were rescued from a disgusting puppy mill in Cherokee County. Dr Michael Good was on the scene to give his professional opinion! Stay tuned for more information on these dogs and what we can do to help them! Click below for more information: