An Award-Winning Veterinarian in Marietta, GA Providing Trusted Care for All Pets

We Offer Emergency Care

If your animal friend suffers a sudden illness or injury, our veterinarian can help. Call our Marietta, GA, office so Dr. Julian Peckich and our staff can determine if urgent veterinary care is needed. 

"Absolutely awesome place." Animal Lovers Praise Our Cobb County Vet Clinic


Leeann Smart


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Most affordable, caring vet around. I drive all the way from Tucker and it’s totally worth it. The office staff are all very sweet and friendly. Dr. Julian is the best!

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Susana Duran

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Needed an emergency visit for my dog, all other emergency vets couldn't take more. I got called back pretty quickly after I left a voicemail. We were seen an hour later; they were nice & straightforward.

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We Look Forward to Meeting You and Your Pet At Our Marietta, GA, Veterinary Clinic & Animal Hospital 

Our veterinary clinic is located in Marietta, GA. If you're coming from the Marietta Square, start by heading south on Whitlock Avenue, which will eventually turn into Dallas Highway. Continue on Dallas Highway past Barrett Parkway and you will find Largent Way on your right. Marietta Vet Clinic is situated in the medical park on your right, Suite 200. If you happen to reach Burnt Hickory Road, you've gone too far. 

Marietta Office

3696 Largent Way NW
Ste 200
Marietta, GA 30064

Open Today 9:00am - 5:00pm

The office is closed every 3rd Saturday

A One-Stop Vet Spot We Provide a Full Range of Care

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Marietta Vet Clinic provides a comprehensive range of care to help your cat, dog, or other pet live a full and healthy life. From a puppy's first vaccines to spaying and neutering, UTI treatment, and senior pet wellness, our veterinarian and his team provide full-service treatments addressing any health issue your animal friend is facing. 

Helping Animals Live Longer, Healthier Lives Request a Consultation Today

Our veterinarian and his staff provide quality and compassionate care for all animals that come to our office. We know that every pet has individual personalities and medical needs, and will take the time to assess the best possible care for your furry friend. Request a consultation today or call our Marietta, GA, office at:

(404) 919-5150

Meet Our Veterinarian  Julian Peckich, DVM

Cobb County, GA, native Dr. Julian Peckich cares about the health of animals and is dedicated to providing exceptional medical care for your pets.

Dr. Peckich attended McEachern High School, just a short drive from our practice, and earned his bachelor's degree from Creighton University. After graduating from St. Matthews University School of Veterinary Medicine, he completed his clinical rotations at North Carolina State University College of Veterinary Medicine. 

Dr. Peckich has special expertise in dermatology and skin allergies. Dr. Peckich has over a decade of veterinary experience and understands the difficulties of treating sick or injured pets. He believes in being honest and providing accessible care so your pet can be healthy. 

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"Couldn't be happier." More 5-Star Reviews for Dr. Peckich and Marietta Vet Clinic


Benjy Phillips


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I live in Atlanta but I still make the drive to see these guys. The staff is super friendly and doctor Julian is very knowledgeable and caring!

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Scott's Treewurk


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Love Marietta Vet clinic I have been using them for about 8 years. Couldn't be happier with Dr Peckich.

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Top Veterinary Care  Our Most Commonly Requested Services 

Spay and Neuter

Some of the most beneficial vet procedures available for your animal friend include spaying and neutering. It can prevent mammary cancer and other diseases. Our veterinary staff will instruct you on how to care for your pet after their procedure. 

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Pet Vaccinations

Vaccines and veterinary medicine prevent heartworm and other damaging diseases. They'll improve the overall wellness of your pet, decreasing their need for hospital care. Preventative treatments will help your dog and cat live a longer, painless life. 

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Flea Infestation

Fleas are a common issue that our veterinarian addresses at our clinic and animal hospital. Dogs and cats that are allergic to fleas may severely itch themselves, causing skin wounds and infections. Using veterinary medicine, Dr. Peckich can address the fleas and improve the skin of your dog or cat. 

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If your dog or cat ever gets lost, microchipping will share your contact information. This invaluable tool has helped countless pets be reunited with their owners. It takes only a few seconds for our veterinarian to implant a microchip at our Marietta, GA, hospital. 

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Parasite Screening

If left untreated, parasites can cause serious diseases and potentially kill your pet. Our veterinarian can screen your pet for tapeworms, hookworms, roundworms, and other unwanted parasites they may have picked up. 

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Teeth Cleaning

Owners can be unaware when their dog or other pet has a toothache, infection, or oral disease. Professional teeth cleaning and dental assessment from our veterinarian will keep your pet's teeth in good health. Afterward, our veterinarian will show you how to care for your pet's teeth through brushing and selecting dental treats. 

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Our Full Veterinary Care Services

  • Feline Immunodeficiency Testing
  • Feline Leukemia Virus Testing
  • General & Wellness Exams
  • Geriatric/Senior Wellness Exams 
  • Heartworm Testing, Treatment, & Prevention
  • In-Home & In-Office Euthanasia 
  • Internal Medicine & Case Workups
  • Mass Removal & Pathology 
  • Microchipping
  • Nutritional Counseling
  • Parasite Screening & Prevention 
  • Parvovirus Testing
  • Pediatric Care & Guidance 
  • Post-Mortem Studies
  • Prostate Disease
  • Pyometra 
  • Radiology
  • Seizures
  • Spay & Neutering 
  • Squamous Cell Carcinoma (SCC)
  • Teeth Cleaning
  • Transitional Cell Carcinoma (TCC)
  • Ultrasound
  • Urinary Tract Infections
  • Urolith
  • Vaccinations

Traveling With Your Pet? Let Us Help

If you're traveling with your furry friend, you will need to make sure they have the proper health certificates and undergo safety protocols. Microchipping, vaccinations, and health certificates can all be administered and reviewed by our veterinarian. 

As a USDA APHIS Veterinarian, Dr. Peckich can provide domestic and international travel certificates for you to travel with your pet. Marietta Vet Clinic in Georgia has helped owners safely travel with their pets domestically and all over the world. We can help with your trip too.

Not having the correct health documents for your dog or cat can disrupt your travel plans. For example, some countries only require proof of vaccination, while other countries may require a FAVN/titer test. Dr. Peckich can review the pet regulations of the country you're traveling to and ensure you follow the correct protocol before traveling. 

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Marietta Vet Clinic Dr. Julian Peckich

At Marietta Vet Clinic, we offer comprehensive, high-quality care at our state-of-the-art facility. We strive to create the most welcoming, pleasant experience for you and your furry friend. Dr. Peckich is affiliated with the American Veterinary Medical Association and has been providing specialized care for nearly ten years. 

To get started, request your pet’s appointment online or call our Marietta office at (404) 919-5150.

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