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Dr. Karl graduated from veterinary school at the University of Liege in French-speaking Belgium in 1991. Following graduation, he served as an officer and small animal veterinarian for the Belgian Armed Forces in Germany. After marrying Amy, they moved to the Cumming area in 1992. Dr. Karl pursued his Educational Commission on Foreign Veterinary Graduates licensing through the American Veterinary Medical Association, and after successfully completing all portions of this program, including a hands-on practical evaluation at Mississippi State University and the National Boards, he obtained his license to practice in Georgia. After eight years as an associate veterinarian in the Cumming area, Dr. Karl opened Free Home Animal Hospital in December 2000. His areas of special interest and expertise are diagnostics, soft tissue and orthopedic surgery and dentistry. Dr. Karl and Amy have three children, Timothy, Jeremy, and Meredith, two cats-Marbles and Alex, and their dog-Lucy.
Dr. Landrum joined the Free Home Animal Hospital team as Associate Veterinarian in Summer of 2015. She graduated from the University of Georgia and is an avid Bulldogs fan. Many game weekends, she can be found in Sanford Stadium decked out in her game attire and yelling "Go Dawgs!" She shares her home with her dedicated husband and an ever expanding group of animals; three dogs (Jersey, Angus, and Charolais), Betty the pygmy goat, and a small flock of chickens. In addition to a strong small animal medicine background, Dr. Landrum has a special interest in ophthalmology and neurology.