Zack McDonald, DVM

I first started at Kennesaw Mountain Veterinary Service in June of 2023. This will be my first position after finishing veterinary school but, it is not the first veterinary clinic that I have been a part of. My veterinary career spans over about ten years and I have worked in several different types of hospitals, from a regular general practice to an all-cat hospital to an emergency/specialty hospital.

I attended Michigan State University for my bachelor’s degree in Integrative Biology and attended Michigan State University College of Veterinary Medicine to obtain my veterinary medical degree.

The part I love most about veterinary medicine is developing a treatment plan specifically catered to each pet. It is important to work with families to better care for their pet. I love reuniting families with their pets after successfully treating their furry loved ones. There is no better feeling than treating a sick patient successfully and seeing the joy on their family’s face as they are reunited.

My name is Zack McDonald, and I am originally from a small cornfield town in Southwest Michigan called Schoolcraft. I have always wanted to be a veterinarian for as long as I can remember. Growing up my family always had pets, dogs, cats, hamsters, and rabbits. We currently have a three-legged cat named Edmund with plans of getting a dog. I am married to my high-school sweetheart. She is a nurse who loves caring for people. In my free time, I have a subtle obsession with hitting the weights at the gym but also love spending time outdoors, hiking trails, and spending time camping.

After spending time at Kennesaw Mountain Veterinary Services, you can recognize how much they care about their patients, this is a huge reason why I decided to work at KMVS. In addition,  I love the variety of surgical options that they can provide. A lot of these services come at a fraction of the price that you would find in any specialty hospital making it much more affordable for owners to care for their furry loved ones.

What's Next

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    Call us or schedule an appointment online.

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    Meet with a doctor for an initial exam.

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    Put a plan together for your pet.