Patrick Singletary, DVM

Dr. Patrick Singletary is a knowledgeable, compassionate veterinarian who is committed to helping clients make good choices for their pets. When he opened Good Dog Veterinary Care, he did so with a promise to inspire and encourage the bond between humans and their beloved canine. Dr. Singletary is a true “dog person,” and he is excited to own and operate the first and only dog-only veterinary care center in the State of Georgia!

  • University of Georgia College of Veterinary Medicine – DVM
  • University of Georgia – B.S.A. Biological Science
  • Georgia Veterinary Medical Association – Member
  • Graduated from the GVMA Power of 10 Leadership Academy
  • American Veterinary Medical Association – Member
  • Cobb County Veterinary Medical Association – Treasurer

Happiness is a Good Dog!

Good Dog Veterinary Care is a full-service healthcare facility for canines of all ages, breeds, and sizes. We tend to all of your dog’s healthcare needs with gentle care and genuine concern... just like a member of the family!

Dr. Singletary’s Vision

With interest in all aspects of veterinary medicine, Dr. Singletary strives to provide premium wellness care to your furry-faced, wet-nosed, tail-wagging pet. He has a particular interest in specific areas of veterinary medicine, including surgery, dentistry, kidney disease, and disease prevention.

“Caring for dogs is my passion. My number one goal is making your Good Dog Even Better in terms of health, happiness, and a long and joyful life as a member of your family!”

Dr. Singletary, his wife Natalie, and their German shorthair pointer mix Lilly thoroughly enjoy living in Marietta. They appreciate everything the community has to offer, including the environment, the lake, and various outdoor venues. He loves playing golf, everything related to the Georgia Bulldogs, and watching all types of sports. Dr. Singletary looks forward to supporting Canine Assistants, a Georgia-based non-profit organization whose mission is to educate people and dogs so they may enrich the lives of one another.”