We’re a community-based, independent, full-service veterinary hospital
Dr. Michael Good founded our veterinary practice in 1978, but he’s known best for his passion and devotion towards animal rescue. He founded the nonprofit education and rescue organization, Homeless Pets Foundation, as well as the Underhound Railroad, an initiative that transports adoptable pets to states in the Northeast that have more demand for adoptions, often from kill shelters in the South.
Through the two organizations’ work, thousands of animals have been adopted and many saved from euthanasia.
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Looking for a new veterinary clinic for your furry friend? Look no further than Town & Country Veterinary Clinic! We provide top-notch medical care for dogs and cats, and we’re always happy to welcome new patients into the Town & Country family.
At Town & Country, we understand that your pet is a member of your family, and we treat them with the same compassionate care that we would give our own four-legged friends. We offer a wide range of services, from routine check-ups and vaccinations to more complex medical procedures. And our experienced staff is always happy to answer any questions you may have about your pet’s health.
So why wait? Come by Town & Country Veterinary Clinic today and meet our friendly staff.
Serving our community for over 44 years, Town & Country Veterinary Clinic has become your premier destination for quality veterinary care in the greater Marietta, GA area. We are proud to offer a complete range of services for all your pet care needs, from preventative care, surgery, and medicine to complete boarding and grooming services for your dog, cat, or exotic animal.
Dr. Phil Good and the entire staff of compassionate professionals are dedicated to providing the best possible care for your beloved animal companion. We understand that your pet is a member of your family, and we treat them with the same love and attention that we would give our own pets.
Thank you so much for the tremendous success in adopting out puppies the last few months. Once again, we have partnered with the Homeless Pets Foundation, and we have rescued almost 30 puppies and adult dogs from various shelters in North & South Georgia and Alabama. These puppies and adult dogs have been dewormed, vaccinated, and…
No. We’re not talking about that Vegas. We’re talking about a sweet momma dog that we rescued out of Alabama. We named her Vegas as she’s one of the luckiest dogs entered into the Homeless Pets program. Vegas is currently taking care of her sweet six puppies, and she’s receiving lots of love and attention. However, life…
Dr. Ana Sofia Pearse is back from her maternity leave, and she’s ready to check out and love on your pets. Her current schedule is Mondays and Saturdays. We’re so glad and so lucky to have you back, Dr. Pearse!
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