Strokes, vision problems, arthritis and other conditions don't just affect people. Pets also develop serious health problems that change their lives. Fortunately, you can help your handicapped pet ...View Article
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Here at Cat Care Hospital, we don’t hide what we do. It’s right there in the name: We’re proud to provide specialized care just for feline friends. We pride ourselves on being the go-to cat specialist in the area, always building our expertise in this field so that when something happens with your cat – or if you just need a checkup – you’ll know exactly where to go.
We decided to become the resident cat veterinarian in Marietta for one simple reason: We love cats. Our staff believes in client education, great customer service and calm, compassionate cat care, and we dedicate ourselves to these principles every day. Whether this is your first time learning about our cat veterinarian in Marietta, or you’ve worked with us for years, we can assure you we give all our patients the same excellent treatment.
So why work with a cat only veterinarian? Simple. If you have cats and you need a Marietta veterinarian, you want to be sure you’re getting the absolute best. Whether your cat needs routine care or is dealing with a serious health issue, you want a vet who specializes in those things. Just as with humans, cats need specialists too, and it’s hard to become great when you deal with other animals at the same time.
That’s why our Marietta veterinarian has chosen to be a cat only veterinarian, giving our patients a fantastic option for ongoing cat health.
Debra Rowell, DVM, is our cat hospital’s veterinarian in Marietta. She is a licensed and experienced vet, and has been practicing feline medicine since she graduated from Mississippi State University’s veterinary school in 1986. In 1993, she started her own veterinary practice, Cat Care Hospital, and has been devoting herself to their care ever since.
Rowell’s compassionate approach was evident from the beginning. During her junior year, she earned the Gerri L Grant Humane Award for humane treatment to patients. Her senior year, she received the Companion Animal Medicine award. Today, she is proud to be a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association, the American Association of Feline Practitioners, the Georgia Veterinary Medical Association, the Greater Atlanta Veterinary Medical Association and the Cobb County Veterinary Medical Association. In addition to being a veterinarian in Marietta, she works with Good Mews, a no-kill Marietta cat shelter, and is on the board of the Cobb County Humane Society.
If you’re looking for a Marietta cat veterinarian, please get in touch with us today. We’re devoted not only to giving your cat the best possible care, but to educating you in the best ways to care for your kitty long-term. Our Marietta cat veterinarian provides routine checkups, surgeries and emergency care, so no matter what you need, give us a call at 770-424-6369 today. We look forward to meeting you.