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Brittanie

Brittanie

Practice Manager

Like her colleagues, Brittanie got into the veterinary field because she loves animals and wanted a career that would enable her to be around them every day. She loves what she does so much, that she never plans on leaving the industry – it’s retirement or bust for her!

While she’s been working in the industry for more than a decade, Brittanie officially completed the veterinary technician program in 2017. She joined All About Animals Veterinary Services in June of 2022 and has quickly become an integral, trusted and well-liked member of the team.

At home, Brittanie enjoys spending time with her husband and their two boys. Their fur family consists of three dogs and two cats. In her spare time, Brittanie likes to give back through volunteer and service work. She is active in her church and regularly assists with the children’s program.


Deidra

Deidra

Receptionist

As a child, Deidra used to drive her parents crazy with all of the stray animals she wanted to take in. She’s had a passion for pet care ever since she was a little girl! Now, Deidra is thrilled to jump headfirst into veterinary care as a member of the reception team here at All About Animals Veterinary Services.

Deidra is a native of Carrollton and joined the hospital family in July of 2019. Her favorite part of the job is getting to meet new animal owners on a daily basis—she never gets tired of seeing the special relationships between pets and owners up close!

When she’s not at work, Deidra enjoys staying active in her church and spending quality time with family. She and her husband, Erick, have two children: a daughter, Gracie, and a son named Charlie.


Kristin

Kristin

Receptionist

When Kristin was a child, she wasn’t allowed to have pets due to allergies. Fortunately, over the years, she grew out of her affliction and now that she can officially love on animals, she’s on a mission to make up for lost time. Not only does she have several fur babies of her own, but she’s made animals a part of her career path as well!

As one of the rock star receptionists here at All About Animals Veterinary Services, Kristin enjoys getting to know the people and pets who come in every day. She feels lucky to be in a job where she loves what she does, laughs a lot and gets to snuggle with four-legged friends on a daily basis.

At home, Kristin’s personal collection of pets includes two dogs and four kitties – one of which her oldest daughter recently taught how to high five.


Melinda

Melinda

Veterinary Assistant

Growing up in Queens, NY, Melinda’s house was always filled with animals – from dogs and cats, to birds, rabbits and the occasional chinchilla. As a result of this upbringing, Melinda’s interests have always revolved around animals in one way or another. It came as no surprise, then, that she’d end up pursuing a career that would allow her to work with animals for a living.

Melinda began working at a no-kill shelter at the age of just 16 years old. She stayed there for 17 years, until budget cuts closed them down. From there, she moved onto an animal hospital where she remained for another 10 years before relocating to Georgia. In April of 2022, Melinda joined the All About Animals team. If her past tenures are any indicator, the hope is she’ll stay here for many years to come!

Professionally, Melinda enjoys spending time with all the different breeds of dogs and cats we get to meet. She also loves learning new things and discovering how various medications can make a world of difference in both the length and quality of a pet’s life.

Outside of the clinic, Melinda and her husband call Carrollton their home, along with their dog Ruffles, two cats – Handsome and Little Man – and beta fish, Sushi. In her free time, Melinda enjoys hiking through state parks, traveling to new places, riding horses and taking Ruffles to the park.


Christina

Christina

Veterinary Assistant

Christina has always loved working with animals. She chose this career path specifically because it would afford her the opportunity to be around pets and make a living doing so. Working part time as a veterinary assistant allows her to do what she loves while also being able to raise her children. It truly is the best of both worlds!

Christina’s journey began at a local spay and neuter clinic. After some time, she decided to take a leap of faith and try something different in full service veterinary care. She joined the All About Animals team and hasn’t looked back since. Professionally, Christina enjoys drawing blood, ear cytology, and learning about various diagnoses.

At home, Christina is a loving wife and doting mom to two boys: Chandler and Carson. She and her husband Wesley are active in their church. The family has two dogs, Capone and Malik, and two cats, Izzy and Mr. Squiggles.


Jodi

Jodi

Veterinary Assistant

Jodi has spent her entire life surrounded by animals in one shape or form. From the personal pets she had growing up to the jobs she’s held over the years, animals have always been a part of her everyday life.

With her background as a veterinary technician, Jodi knew joining the All About Animals Veterinary Services team would be a great fit for her. Professionally, she has a particular interest in assisting with surgery, as she finds it fascinating.

At home, Jodi’s fur family consists of two dogs, two cats, and three horses. Her appaloosa, Heart, is her most cherished companion.


Destiny

Destiny

Veterinary Assistant

After graduating from high school 2 years ago, Destiny already knew what career wanted to pursue – she wanted to explore the veterinary field. She was able to secure a position as a veterinary assistant on the All About Animals Veterinary Services staff and turn her dream into a reality!

Working at All About Animals Veterinary Servicesl will give Destiny more experience and help her learn more about the field, as she one day hopes to open her own mobile practice. She plans on attending Auburn University very soon to pursue a Bachelor of Science degree.


Piper

Piper

Kennel Technician

Growing up, Piper was inspired by the many veterinarians who cared for her pets throughout her life. She knew from a very early age that she wanted to help animals in the same way. As a kennel technician here at All About Animals, Piper is making great strides toward her goal of one day becoming a veterinarian.

Piper’s career journey began as a barn technician for an equine vet. From there, she moved on to another local animal hospital before joining All About Animals in June of 2022. Professionally, she enjoys learning about the different breeds and behaviors of our patients. She also appreciates getting a glimpse into what her life will be like when she officially becomes a vet.

Piper and her family recently relocated to a farm in Carrollton to maximize the quality of life for their many pets, which include a dog, three horses, chickens, turkeys, guineas and a ton of cats. When she’s not busy working or tending to her own animals, Piper enjoys drawing, trail riding, hunting, and fishing. 


“One small cat changes coming home to an empty house to coming home.”

 – Pam Brown