|Monday||7:00am - 6:00pm|
|Tuesday||7:00am - 6:00pm|
|Wednesday||7:00am - 6:00pm|
|Thursday||7:00am - 6:00pm|
|Friday||7:00am - 6:00pm|
|Saturday||8:00am - 4:00pm|
- Animal Boarding
- Animal Daycare
- Animal Flea Control
- Animal Grooming
- Animal Microchipping
- Holistic Veterinary Medicine
- Small Animal Vet
- Veterinary Dentistry
- Veterinary Euthanasia
- Veterinary Surgery
- Veterinary Vaccinations
We are officially American Animal Hospital Association certified! AAHA is the only organization that accredits veterinary practices throughout North America. Practices that accept the challenge of accreditation are evaluated on stringent quality standards that encompass all aspects of pet care - ranging from patient care and pain management, to team training and medical record-keeping. The AAHA Standards of Accreditation are continuously updated to keep accredited practices at the forefront of veterinary medicine and advanced business practices.
Approximately 15% of veterinary practices in North America hold the "AAHA-accredited" designation. Accreditation through AAHA helps veterinary practices operate at a high level and enhances their ability to provide excellent patient care.
We are committed to understanding and exceeding our clients’ needs and expectations, leading to a lifelong relationship with you and your pet. We have been serving the pets of East Cobb since 1988, and have a professional and experienced staff of veterinarians, technicians, groomers, and pet boarding assistants. Your pets’ optimal health is our number one goal; all of our comprehensive services are designed to ensure that your pets receive the best veterinary care they need and deserve!
Let us be your one and only veterinary provider when caring for your beloved dog or cat. To our current clients, thank you for the trust you have placed in us. If you are researching a family veterinarian, we hope you will place your trust in us. We look forward to meeting and seeing both you and your pet soon!
James Davis, DVM
Dr. Davis graduated from Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine in 2001 and completed his final year of clinical training at The University of Georgia. His interests include ultrasonography, orthopedic surgery, dermatology and urology.
“We have the best job in the world," Dr. Davis said. "I find it more challenging to diagnose and treat medical problems in pets, but my main goal is to take an active role in preventing diseases or conditions that lead to a poor quality of life.”
As an undergraduate student, Dr. Davis worked for 2 years as an assistant in the animal medical sciences. This experience led him to decide on a path to becoming a veterinarian.
Dr. Davis has a passion for technology, more specifically in regards to ultrasound and radiographs. He is always looking to advance his knowledge with all the latest technological enhancements through continuing education courses.
Dr. Davis strongly believes in the importance of community service. By playing an active role with local programs, he hopes to impact the community by always giving back.
He has been the owner of Shiloh Veterinary Hospital in Kennesaw, GA since 2006 and is now the proud owner of Montrose Animal Hospital as of May, 2011.
He and his wife share their home in East Cobb with their 2 young daughters, a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel named ”Snickers” and a cat named “Poof”. In his spare time, he enjoys cycling, flying, and playing “Tickle Monster” with his girls.
Kerry Webster, DVM
Dr. Webster began her interest in pursuing a career in Veterinary Medicine while attending Walton High School in Marietta. After completing her degree at the University of Georgia, she came to Montrose Animal Hospital in 1991. She chose Montrose because of a commitment to provide excellent, advanced treatment for animals in a friendly and caring environment.
Dr. Webster applies exceptional ability and compassion in her position, treating your pet as if he or she were her own. Her veterinary expertise, nurturing care and undivided attention make you and your pet know how important you are. Clients often comment on her loving concern for their pets.
While working at Montrose Animal Hospital, Dr. Webster has been able to fully utilize her skills and education. The challenges she meets with patients and cases allow her to sharpen those skills daily. She stays abreast of the latest technology through continuing education courses, which include laser surgery and other advanced diagnostics.
She is actively involved in the rescue, treatment and placement of unwanted pets. In fact, most of her own pets were formerly abandoned. Any stray is an instant friend.
Dr. Webster, her husband, Ray, also a veterinarian, and two children live in Canton. Her home would not be complete without dogs, cats, horses, ducks, birds and fish.
Mary Matthews, DVM
Dr. Matthews grew up in Enterprise, Alabama and is the youngest of three children. After graduating high school in 2001 as a valedictorian, she attended Auburn University. There, she received her Bachelor of Science degree in zoology. While earning her undergraduate degree, she made the Dean's list and was a member of the Golden Key Honor Society, as well as the Tri Beta Science Honor Society. In 2009, Dr. Matthews graduated from Auburn University's College of Veterinary Medicine. She is a part of G.V.M.A. and A.V.M.A. Her professional interests include dermatology, internal medicine and surgery.
Dr. Matthews enjoys getting to know new clients and patients. She says “I love treating patients in order for them to have a higher quality of life. Veterinary medicine is a field that one can constantly learn and be challenged in.” When outside of the clinic, Dr. Matthews enjoys spending time with her family. She has three dogs: 2 Chihuahuas named Jade and Rex and a boxer mix named Payton. She enjoys indoor rock climbing, traveling and spending time with her friends. .
Agda Tamassia, DVM
Dr. Agda graduated with honors from the University of Florida. Soon after her graduation she became certified in veterinary acupuncture, herbology, therapeutic massage (Tui-Na), and Stem-Cell Regenerative therapy.
Dr. Agda joined Montrose Animal Hospital in 2009. She is a passionate, open-minded veterinary practitioner who is always eager to go the extra mile to find the most suitable treatment for patients. She is well recognized for her ability to blend several therapeutic modalities to offer the best treatment plan for pets.
During her spare time at the clinic you can usually find her playing with her patients. At home, she enjoys cooking, practicing yoga, and travelling (especially to her homeland, Brazil).