Rabies isn't the only disease transmitted from animals to humans. In fact, you and your pet may share more diseases than you may realize. Fortunately, it's easy to avoid these diseases or conditio ...View Article
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After a successful career at BellSouth, Diane turned her focus to caring for animals by joining the FHAH team in 2003. Diane’s parents owned a pet shop and she has loved and owned pets all her life. Diane and her husband Mitch, live in the Union Hill area of Cherokee County with their four dogs and cat. Diane’s hobbies include shopping, reading, napping, and spoiling their granddaughters, Ashlyn, Kaitlyn and Lauren.
A life long animal lover, Sara left big city corporate world to pursue her calling in the care of our furry friends. Sara, her husband Stuart, and their four-legged family live in the country, off the beaten path near Ball Ground. Storm the German Shepherd, Midnight the Black Lab, and Sundance the Yellow Lab consume much of her free time, and have the run of the homestead on the banks of the Etowah River.
Tracy is a lifetime Cherokee County resident that joined the Free Home Animal Hospital team in July of 2008. After years of fostering and rehabilitating reptiles, she chose her career path working at a veterinary hospital. She currently shares her home with her husband, Drea and their 4-legged family of 2 dogs, Rosko and Balboa, and their cat Prim.