Located in Roswell, Dr. Marcus Smith, Dr Dianne Dawkins and the staff at Chattahoochee Animal Clinic are committed to your pet's health. Chattahoochee Animal Clinic excels in the science of veterinary medicine and was founded in 1982. Since then Dr. Marcus Smith and our staff have excelled in compassionate veterinary care in the Roswell area.

Chattahoochee Animal Clinic is a full-service animal hospital whose mission is to provide the highest standard of veterinary care for pets. Our goal is to be a source of veterinary education for our pet parents, as it pertains to the care of their furry family members. We provide friendly, informative, and supportive services for you and your pet. Communication and client education are the cornerstones of our practice.

We are committed to practicing veterinary medicine with a personal approach. We take an interest in each and every one of our patients and remain committed to providing optimal veterinary care to enhance and extend that relationship for as long as possible.

Chattahoochee Animal Clinic provides the city of Roswell and surrounding communities with state of the art care to address all of your pet's medical, surgical, and dental needs.

Your Pets . . . Our Family! We want to be Your Other Family Doctor!

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Scratchpay offers simple and affordable payment plans for veterinary bills.  Checking your rate does not affect your credit, only takes a couple of minutes and can be done from your smartphone, tablet or computer.

For more information about Scratchpay and to check your rate, click here: https://scratchpay.com



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We believe the referrals from our friends and clients are the very best way for us to meet new patients. Our referral program offers you a way to save on your veterinary costs while helping out friends. Please pass along one of the Referral Vouchers to a friend. There is no limit on referral credits for you.

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Dr. Marcus Smith & Dr. Dianne Dawkins| Roswell, Atlanta, Alpharetta, and Cobb Veterinarian (30075,30076,30077)
Chattahoochee Animal Clinic
770-993-6329

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For your convenience, we also offer:

Early Morning appointments and drops-offs

Saturday Appointments

Cremation/burial Services

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Animal Poison Control

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Purina Veterinary Diets

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Meet Our Veterinary Team

  • Dr.
    Marcus Smith
    ( Veterinarian & Owner )

    I am a New Jersey native, but have been down south for over 18 years. While growing up in New Jersey I was involved in the family business of horse racing. My involvement in the daily care of horses and exposure to the variety of medical needs required by the horses kickstarted pursuit of becoming a veterinarian.

    My first stop down south was for college at Clemson University. I received a bachelors of science degree in animal sciences. After achieving my undergraduate degree, I was headed to Alabama to attend Auburn University's College of Veterinary Medicine. I was extremely honored to be accepted into the program as 1 of the 10 out of state students.

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  • Dr.
    Dianne Dawkins
    ( Veterinarian )

    I have wanted to be a veterinarian since I was five years old. After attending Berry College for 3 years, I was accepted into UGA's Vet School Class of 1991. I met some fo my lifelong friends at UGA and continue to enjoy these relationships today.

    My favorite thing about being a veterinarian is the many relationships I have found with so many clients and the bonds I continue to have with their pets. My goal as a veterinarian is to provide the best medicine and watch these patients grow in a healthy way. I enjoy constantly learning and growing throughout my career. My favorite pets are the senior pets, they have such sweet spirits and character.

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Testimonial

  • "My pet and I LOVE Chattahoochee Animal Clinic! The Dr. Smith and entire staff are fantastic- welcoming, patient, and friendly, professional and understanding. The love and respect they have for both animals and people is huge. At each visit Dr. Smith is so thorough and professional I have great confidence my pet is receiving the highest quality care possible. Their facility is very clean and they offer many services. Also, CAC is very involved in the community and with pet rescue organizations. I highly recommend them to anyone looking for a quality veterinarian."
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