Welcome to Inman Park Animal Hospital! Proudly serving Atlanta pets for over 25 years - come visit our neighborhood veterinary hospital in the heart of Inman Park. Inman Park Animal Hospital is easily located from downtown Atlanta, East Atlanta, Little Five Points, Old Fourth Ward, Reynoldstown, and Decatur.
We treat you like family and each patient like our pet. Our Atlanta veterinarians and staff provide personalized veterinary care to you and your fur babies. Our Atlanta animal hospital also offers pet acupuncture to help pets with chronic pain, arthritis and other joint or skin conditions.
Inman Park Animal Hospital proudly supports our Inman Park neighborhood and Atlanta pet rescue and adoption organizations.
Dr. Kevin Fowler is the founder of Inman Park Animal Hospital. Dr. Fowler attended Earlham College in Indiana and graduated from University of Georgia College of Veterinary Medicine in 1987. After vet school graduation, Dr. Fowler worked at a small animal clinic for several years, was the associate veterinarian at Zoo Atlanta, worked at 24-hour emergency pet clinics and also worked on ostrich and emu farms.
Immediately prior to establishing Inman Park Animal Hospital, Dr. Fowler pioneered mobile veterinary treatment in Georgia, providing veterinary service to Atlanta pets out of a 35-foot RV.
Dr. Fowler has enjoyed seeing Inman Park and our community grow and the long-term relationships he has developed with Atlanta pets and their owners.
Dr. Surabhi Kumar joined Inman Park Animal Hospital in 2017. Originally from New Jersey, Dr. Kumar received her undergraduate degree in Animal Science from Rutgers University where she played Division 1 tennis. Determined to follow her veterinarian dreams - she moved to the south and attended Tuskegee University School of Veterinary Medicine. Dr. Kumar graduated from vet school in 2003 while also teaching tennis and working as a veterinary technician.
Her professional interests include senior pet care which led to a certification in small animal acupuncture through the Chi Institute. This has allowed her to offer a better quality of life not only for senior pets but also for patients suffering from chronic ailments.
Dr. Kumar is married with two children, two dogs, and two cats. She is thrilled to be working at such a quaint neighborhood animal clinic in Atlanta as Inman Park Animal Hospital.
Dr. Mary-Elizabeth Ellard is a native of Atlanta. She graduated magna cum laude from Duke University and from the University of Georgia with a Master's in Veterinary Anatomy and a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine in 1992. She also completed a graduate certificate in veterinary shelter medicine.
Dr. Ellard has provided high-quality spay/neuter surgery and shelter medicine services for Atlanta animal shelters and works with Best Friends - Atlanta and Lifeline Animal Project. She serves on the board of the Georgia Veterinary Medical Association's VetHeart Foundation spay-neuter education program.
Dr. Ellard has a long-standing focus on animal behavior. While at Duke, she published research on the loud call of ruffed lemurs. In graduate school at UGA, she studied dominance and aggression in Belgian draft horses. She has brought that special interest in behavior to veterinary medicine and to her work with animal shelters. She currently serves as a co-instructor with the University of Florida's College of Veterinary Medicine on Shelter Animal Behavior and Welfare.
She and her husband, Bill, live with their pampered shelter cat, Annabelle in Atlanta.