Dr. Jason Harden
Born and raised in Carrollton, Dr Jason Harden attended the University of Georgia where he received a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology. Dr Harden continued his education at UGA in Veterinary School where he received his Doctoral in Veterinary Medicine.
Dr. Jason Harden is actively involved in the community in the Lions Club and sits on the board of many community based organizations.
Dr. Jason Harden has a wife, Chloe and two children, Maggie and Reese. He is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association, Georgia Veterinary Medical Association and Association of Avian Veterinarians.
Dr. Bob Harden (Retired)
Dr. Bob Harden was also born and raised in Carrollton. After receiving his D.V.M from University of Georgia-College of Veterinary Medicine, Dr Bob Harden moved back to Carrollton and began his career as a mixed-animal veterinarian. In 1975 he moved the business to its present day location. With Carroll Country changing from a rural county to more of a metropolitan county, the practice became exclusive to small animals.
Dr. Bob Harden has a wife, Patricia, two children and five grandchildren. Dr Bob Harden is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association.
Dr. Rachel Horsley
CCAH would like to welcome Dr. Rachel Horsley to our practice.
Rachel is a native of Norcross, GA and attended Berry College where she graduated with a degree in animal science and a minor in chemistry. During her time at Berry, she worked at their dairy, served as president of the catholic student organization, and graduated magna cum laude.
Rachel went on to attend the University Of Georgia College of Veterinary Medicine earning her DVM. Her interests in veterinary medicine include small animal emergency medicine as well as large animal medicine and herd management.
Rachel is married to Brandon Horsley a Carroll County native and they reside in Roopville. When not at the office she can be found outdoors playing with their 2 dogs, Oakley and Poppie, at the gym, or honing her skills on the Ukulele or Bassoon.
Dr. Luke Rogers
Luke graduated from Bowdon High School in 2006, from there he went on to complete his undergraduate work at The University of Georgia. He received his BS in Biotechnology and Entomology in 2010.
Luke went on to attend veterinary school at UGA as well and graduated in the Spring of 2014. His primary interests in veterinary medicine lie in pet nutrition and surgery. He is looking forward to being able to help the many family pets of Carrollton and Carroll County.
Luke is married to Megan Rogers and when he is not treating other peoples pets he is at home with his own. He has 2 dogs, 2 Pygmy goats as well as chickens and ducks.