Marietta Vet Clinic Emergency Services (404) 919-5150

Our offices follow strict procedures and protocols to protect our staff and patients against COVID-19. 
We have installed THREE hospital grade REME HALO's for clean air and surfaces in our Veterinary Clinic & Animal Hospital.

-  Expect Air Quality and surfaces that are cleaned with izonized Hydro-Peroxide output

 - Our REME HALO kills up to 99% of viruses, bacteria and mold keeping you safer

- It reduces sneeze germs by 99% in the time a sneeze can reach three feet.

-  There's dual ionizers that reduce airborne particulates such as; dust, dander, pollen, mold spores

 - Zinc ions incredibly kill 99% of viruses on SURFACES in our office, keeping our animal hospital a much cleaner place.

 - The REME HALO is not a portable unit that's limited to cleaning one room at a time, this unit purifies our whole office.

 - Our REME's are integrated with our three existing HVAC systems, and it's quiet so it doesn't disturb you or your pet.

Here at Marietta Vet Clinic, we do more.  

Parasite Screening

An infection with parasites generally leads to poor health in pets.  Hookworms, roundworms (ascarids), whip worms and others can be contracted from the environment, your pet’s mother during pregnancy and lactation, leading to an infection of your pet.  More importantly, hookworms (via direct cutaneous/skin penetration and migration) and roundworms (via ingestion of fecally contaminated sand, dirt, etc.) are important zoonotic diseases, meaning they have been shown to infect  multiple species, in this case people.  Vomiting, diarrhea, anemia, weight loss, coughing, lethargy, distended abdomen, bloody stool, and anorexia are common (but non-specific) clinical signs seen in animals with parasites. Sometimes it is possible to see worms in the feces, vomitus, or even around the tail area. If left untreated, parasitic infections can become severe enough to cause serious illness or even death.

Puppies and kittens (and their mothers if present) should be treated with appropriate anthelmintics (dewormers) when they are 2, 4, 6, and 8 weeks of age. Puppies and kittens should be put on monthly preventives that have efficacy against a variety of parasites as soon as label recommendations allow. If puppies and kittens are not treated until 6 to 8 weeks of age or later, they should be put on a monthly preventive according to label recommendations, dewormed again in 2 weeks, and then maintained on monthly preventives thereafter.  Beginning treatment when puppies and kittens are 2 weeks of age will help minimize environmental contamination and future chances of infection as infective eggs can remain in the environment for years.  It is then recommended that fecal examination 2 to 4 times in the first year and 1 to 2 times annually thereafter, depending on the age of the animal and its prior history of infection.

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Julian and his staff are the BEST!!! They are knowledgeable and friendly. Oakley (my lab) loves visiting them; they always have treats for her :) Julian has a true love for animals, and always recommends the best treatment options with my dogs best interest at heart. I highly recommend them to everyone in the area looking for a solid vet. Derek Binette

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Marietta Office

3696 Largent Way NW
Ste 200
Marietta, GA 30064

The office is closed every 3rd Saturday

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Marietta Office

3696 Largent Way NW
Ste 200
Marietta, GA 30064

The office is closed every 3rd Saturday

More Info Directions (404) 919-5150