Welcome to Veterinary Care Center
We are here to make sure your pet gets the best possible care!
10780 E. Cherokee Dr
Canton, GA 30115
PH: (770) 345-3063
ANNUAL EXAMS & VACCINATIONS
Rabies, DHPP, Bordetella, Fecal, and Heartworm Testing. Blood work will be suggested depending on the age of your pet.
Make sure you are able to find your pet and prove ownership should your pet be lost/found!
Spay and Neutering your cat or dog will lessen their chance of cancer! Also, we do Cyst removals, Amputations, and many other surgeries, including some orthopedic.
Make sure you keep those teeth pearly white! Good dental care is important for your pets health.
BOARDING & BATHS
Make your reservations ahead of time! There are times we are full. Baths are by appointment only.
OUR CLINIC & STAFF
Veterinary Care Center Mission Statement
Our mission is to provide the highest quality medical and surgical care to our patients while providing our clients with education and support in all aspects of animal care and ownership. We strive to exceed our clients' expectations by treating owners and their pets with respect, honesty, and compassion and treating all animals as if they were our own. Our services are provided in a clean, safe, and friendly environment.
Birds (beak trims), Turtles, Pet Pigs or even a Pet Chicken!
Dr. Jeffrey Cribb, DVM
Studied Veterinary medicine at University of Georgia
Shonda - RVT - Head Veterinary Technician and Office Manager
I have loved animals all my life! I was born in Ohio and spend my childhood in the mountains of Kermit, WV. This afforded me many opportunities as a young child to bring home
stray, injured and wild animals. This has still not stopped!
I have been working in the veterinary field for over 20 years. I started as a kennel technician and would spend my spare time watching the doctors and technicians in the treatment areas. Before too long, I was asked to lend a hand with restraining and treating the patients. This experience helped me realize the great satisfaction felt when a pet was treated with kindness and respect within the veterinary setting. It was at this time I recognized my calling.
I became a licensed veterinary technician in 2008. I have had experience working in general veterinary practice and emergency medicine. I have also worked in the specialty areas of ophthalmology, dermatology, neurology and radiation oncology. Dr. Cribb and I initially worked together an an emergency clinic in 2001. I have worked with him here at Veterinary care center since 2015.
When not at work, I enjoy spending time with my family. At present time I have one human child, four dogs and three cats. WE love to spend time together outside; walking, hiking, biking and playing in the water. I re-energize by spending time in nature, reading and watching horror movies. I am also known to attend the occasional rock concert.
Rexanne - Licensed Veterinary Technitian
I have been working in the veterinary field for over 30 years. I started out as a kennel technician and veterinary assistant. After 3 years I was trained to draw blood, run labs and assist with surgery. A year later, I left day practice and began working at a local emergency clinic. After spending16 years working as an emergency technician, I moved to a
specialty and emergency veterinary hospital. During my 6 years at the emergency and referral center, I worked ICU, as well as the specialty services of surgery, emergency, internal medicine and neurology.
I became a registered technician in March of 2005. I have been a team member of Veterinary Care Center for six years now. I work part-time here and you will always see me when one of the full time staff is on vacation.
I was born and raised right here in Georgia. I enjoy spending time with my family when I am not at work. I have two daughters and two grand-daughters, who keep me very active with their dance and karate instruction. I have four dogs and two cats at home. When it is time to relax I can usually be found spending time outdoors or cross-stitching.
Denee - Receptionist & Veterinary Assistant
I have always been able to relate better to animals than people. I grew up in a household with parrots and dogs. I got "my" first pet which I was five years old. He was a twenty pound orange Tabby named Lucifer, but we called him Lucy Jane. I would dress him in cabbage patch doll cloths and put make-up on him. He was BEAUTIFUL and he knew it!
While in high school I shadowed a couple of different veterinary offices to see if this was a field that would
hold my interest. I spent my after-school hours working at a large aviary which housed over 400 parrots. It was there that I started training the baby birds to get them ready for a new home. I did not recognize then that I would later build upon what I had learned training the birds to become a certified dog trainer. It is truly amazing how training is utilized in each aspect of our lives without us realizing it!
I am an animal mommy to two rescued chihuahuas, a blue fronted amazon and a siamese mix kitty. I also keep a quaint fresh-water fish tank. I like to take my dogs on walks with me, or on hikes to Tallulah Gorge or Amicalola Falls. They both love their social life! I also enjoy spending time with my friends, reading and cooking.
I have been with Veterinary Care Center since 2014. I love working here where I am surrounded by like-minded people. I learn new things almost every day and I try and soak up information on pretty much everything I can wrap my mind around.
Kelly - Veterinary Assistant
I was born in Rockford, IL and raised here in Georgia, Through the years, I have also lived in Seattle, WA, Albuquerque, NM and Chattanooga, TN. In 2010, I returned to Georgia, where I married my high school crush and boyfriend, Jay Benzel. On our honeymoon, we hiked the Appalachain Trail and had an amazing adventure!
I have a 15 year history of working with animals.
I have volunteered at animal shelters, animal
rescues and worked at animal hospitals. In my twenties I began working as a Veterinary Receptionist and learning how to assist the veterinarians with hands on training. During this time, I earned my Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice.
When I am not working at Veterinary Care Center, I volunteer with Clyde's Camp and You Lucky Dog Rescue, which I enjoy walking adoptable dogs at local parks. I love the fact that I am helping them gain exposure with local families and getting the word out that they are ready for a loving, forever home. It gives me great satisfaction to konw that I am contributing to the well being of these rescue dogs.
In addition to spending time with the rescue dogs, I absolutely love spending quality time with my wonderful husband and my lovely step-daughter, Caroline. We often take long hikes, camp and participate in just about any outdoor activity imaginable. We have two rescued cats; a five year old calico named Mama Kali and her four year old daughter, Sami. We also have a beautiful and sassy three year old Leonberger dog named Gwyndolyn, whih is a rescue as well.
8:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday & Friday
8:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Thursday and Saturday