At Montrose Animal Hospital and Pet Hotel, located in East Cobb, Marietta, Georgia, part of the Metro-Atlanta community, our mission is to provide exceptional veterinary medical, wellness, surgical, and dental care for your dog or cat. We offer state-of-the-art veterinary medical skills that include canine and feline wellness care, dental care, cardiology, dermatology, orthopedics, ultrasound and laser surgery. Experienced groomers provide custom haircuts and bathing geared to your pet's skin and coat requirements. Our Pet Hotel treats your dog or cat like royalty, showered with lots of love and attention. We have dog day camp, too!
Most insurance accepted
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97.0%would refer friends and family to us
Customer since 2021
I was greeted and helped immediately with our first visit. The facility was nice and very clean. All employees were friendly to me and our pet. I loved our new vet, Dr Kerry Webster, and so did our dog! Great first visit!
Montrose is wonderful! We have been there since 2010 with our Yorkie, Lucy and we are so grateful for the loving care provided by Dr. Kerry Webster and by the rest of the staff at Montrose Animal Hospital! Thank you for all you do!
Emily and Shaun at the front desk are very caring and compassionate. They go out out their way to help. Remiri did an outstanding job of explaining options for Ruby's allergies. He is extremely knowledgeable. I appreciate the Montrose staff and Dr. Matthews.
The team here provides excellent care for my dogs. The entire team, from the reception team, to the techs, boarding staff, and veterinarians, are knowledgeable and caring people. I trust care of our beloved pets to Montrose Animal Hospital.
I am very disappointed in our last visit to Montrose. Our dog needed her updates. I told the receptionist, sent an email, and was even on speaker phone with a vet tech while my husband was there that all I wanted her to have done is her rabies shot and heart guard. I told the practice 3 times that is what I wanted. That is not what happened they gave her $450 worth of medicine including $48 for Benadryl and $96 for prednisone and I wasn’t aware of either.
The staff was not comfortable working with dogs, She got nervous with my dog who did not show any aggression but sitting in the corner. What they did made my dog more stressed that it should have been. that was not the right job for her at a vet.