Dr. Rosa Denning
Dr. Denning grew up in an Army family and was born on the base at Fort Hood, Texas. She also lived near bases in New Jersey, Florida and Hawaii. She has been licensed as a veterinarian for over twenty years and prior to that, she was a vet technician for seven years. She earned her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from the University of Florida and previously spent her formative years at Mary Baldwin College and the University of West Florida. Dr. Denning has been a veterinarian in Georgia since 2002 in the Roswell and Marietta areas. Some of her medical interests include dentistry and feline medicine.
She has always loved animals. She had many pets as a child, and she continues to rescue and foster pets that are in need of a home. Her family is constantly caring for some combination of dogs, cats, hamsters, horses, and fish. A few years ago they lived on a farm in Ballground and owned or fostered twenty pets including chickens, horses, birds, bunnies, cats, and a dog. Dr. Rosa Denning has two daughters who are currently attending Walton High School and the University of Chicago.