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Our Veterinary Team

Meet Our Veterinary Team

Meet the Veterinarians & Team of Peachtree Hills Animal Hospital! We’re pleased to provide exceptional vet care for your pets!

Our Veterinary Team

Our personalized service and focus on preventative education and treatment enables us to follow the golden rule of treating both you and your pet like family. We want what is in the long-term best interest for your animal, and our mission is to give your pet the longest and best life possible. The result is optimized health for the animal and an optimized experience between pet and pet parent.

Meet Our Doctors

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Dr. Duffy Jones

DVM

Dr. Duffy Jones is a native of the Atlanta area, and he grew up within walking distance of Peachtree Hills Animal Hospital. Dr. Jones is a graduate of Christ the King Elementary School and Marist High School. He attended the University of Notre Dame, and later Tufts University School of Veterinary Medicine (now renamed the Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine at Tufts University). There, he received his Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine in 1999.

After that, Dr. Jones completed a one-year rotating internship in emergency medicine, internal medicine, and surgery at Georgia Veterinary Specialists. He then spent five years working at Bells Ferry Veterinary Hospital and South Cherokee Veterinary Hospital. In August of 2005, he opened Peachtree Hills Animal Hospital in Buckhead.

He is currently on the Board of the Georgia Veterinary Medical Association, where he has served in virtually every position and capacity and is now a CE teacher. He has recently become a WebMD Pet Health Community Guest Expert, and has contributed to blog posts and podcasts for Victoria Stilwell’s Positively website.

He has written a book, “The Business Side of Veterinary Medicine”, and is a co-founder and partner in a consultancy (DVM Success) that helps other independent veterinary practices thrive.

Dr. Jones considers himself lucky to have married the girl next door, Courtney. They have been blessed with two sons, Dawson and Grady, and a daughter Sydney.  In his spare time, Dr. Jones likes to fly fish and play basketball and soccer.

He is very involved as a parent volunteer at Christ the King School and his alma mater Marist School. There, he has recently served as a varsity soccer coach, coaching his two sons and two nephews.

Pets

The Jones home is currently run by Rosie and Millie, two spoiled Royal Cavalier King Charles Spaniels.

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Dr. Keri Weyl

DVM

Dr. Keri grew up in Reno, Nevada. After beginning her undergraduate work at the University of Nevada at Reno, she relocated to Omaha, Nebraska where she completed a degree in Biology. Following her graduation from Kansas State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine in 2002, she completed a small animal medicine and surgery internship at Hollywood Animal Hospital in Hollywood, Florida.

Dr. Weyl has been practicing in the Atlanta area for 16 years. In early October 2007, Dr. Weyl joined Peachtree Hills Animal Hospital and feels fortunate to be part of such a compassionate and dedicated team.

Pets

Dr. Weyl shares her home with her children, Audrey and Grayson, a silly Pit Bull named Mango, and a naughty cat named Gus.

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Dr. Edith Rogers

DVM

An Atlanta native, Dr. Rogers previously served as a staff veterinarian at Adobe Animal Hospital in Palo Alto, CA, a 21-doctor practice open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. She began practicing small animal medicine in Beverly Hills, CA at the Miller Robertson Animal Hospital.

A graduate of The Westminster Schools, Dr. Rogers received a bachelor’s degree in Biology from the University of Georgia, and a DVM from the UGA College of Veterinary Medicine in 2003. She then completed a one-year rotating internship at Animal Medical Center in Manhattan, New York’s largest facility for animal care, research, and education. Animal Medical Care has over 90 veterinarians and an average of 50,000 cases a year.

In April 2009, Dr. Rogers returned to Atlanta with her family. She is thrilled to be home and even more excited to have joined the dedicated team of Peachtree Hills Animal Hospital. Dr. Rogers lives in Buckhead with her husband, Michael, and their three beautiful children.

Pets

Dr. Rogers’ family includes two dogs, Jack and Lucy, and their cat Phoebe.

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Dr. Sharon Nath

DVM

Dr. Sharon Nath spent her early years in Rochester, New York, and later moved to Atlanta in 1991. Since moving to Atlanta, she has received her veterinary degree from the University of Georgia and completed a one-year rotating internship in emergency medicine, internal medicine, and surgery at Georgia Veterinary Specialists. Since then, Dr. Nath worked as a veterinarian at Buckhead Animal Clinic until she joined the staff at Peachtree Hills Animal Hospital in January 2011. Dr. Nath and her husband, Alok, spend their free time trying to keep up with their two daughters.

Pets

The Naths have a mixed breed dog named Chaya, and a cat named Socrates.

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Dr. Tara Rittle

DVM, CVA

An experienced small animal veterinarian and Certified Veterinary Acupuncturist, Dr. Tara Rittle’s practice philosophy focuses on preventative medicine, client education, and working with pet owners to assist them in making the best decisions for their pets. Palliative and hospice care are areas of special interest as well.

A native of Palmyra, Pennsylvania, she attended the University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine and completed an internship in Wildlife and Conservation Medicine at Tufts. She remained in Massachusetts, treating small animals and exotic pets before relocating to Atlanta in 2007.

Dr. Tara was honored in Atlanta Magazine’s 2010 Pet Edition as a ‘Best Exotics Vet’, but has since limited her practice to cats and dogs. She received her training and certification in Veterinary Acupuncture in 2010 and joined PHAH in 2013.
In her free time, Tara enjoys cooking, supporting local restaurants, yoga, adventure travel, and reading.

Pets

Dr. Tara shares her Buckhead home with two cats, Dimi and Gus, a Hairless Chinese Crested dog, Wizard, and two leopard tortoises, Mortimer and Frank.

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Dr. Mark Belyeu

DVM

Dr. Mark Belyeu hails from Ft. Lauderdale and received both his undergraduate degree in Biology and Business and his doctorate of veterinary medicine from the University of Florida. His professional interests include wellness care, dentistry, surgery, ophthalmology, pain management, and emergency medicine. He completed a post-graduate, one-year rotating small animal internship at VCA Alameda East Animal Hospital in Denver, CO. In 2015, he relocated to the great city of Atlanta to be closer to family and friends.

In his free time, Dr. Mark enjoys running, hiking, traveling, and enjoying local restaurants and breweries.

Pets

Dr. Mark’s four-legged companion, Grizz Lee, is always by his side, ready for the next adventure.

Dr. Brittany Kaufman
Dr. Brittany Kaufman

DVM

Dr. Brittany Kaufman grew up in Alpharetta and started working in her local vet clinic at the young age of 13. She studied animal science at The University of Tennessee, then attended the University of Georgia’s School of Veterinary Medicine. Dr. Kaufman has been practicing small animal medicine in the Atlanta area since 2010. Her interests include soft tissue surgery and geriatric medicine.

In her free time, Brittany enjoys spending time on the lake with family and friends. She enjoys staying involved in the community, coaching Special Olympics basketball and serving as a fairy god parent of Bert’s Big Adventure. She is a graduate of Leadership Georgia (class of 2013).

Pets

Brittany and her husband Michael have one golden doodle named Eleanor Beardsley the Great, aka “Ellie” or “Bear Bear”.

Dr. Jennifer Keuten
Dr. Jennifer Keuten

DVM

Dr. Jennifer grew up in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. She knew at a very young age that she wanted to pursue veterinary medicine as a career. She completed her undergraduate studies at Auburn University, and then remained there to receive her DVM from the College of Veterinary Medicine in 2005.

During the summers of veterinary school, Dr. Jennifer completed numerous aquatic and marine mammal programs in the Florida Keys, Sarasota and Woods Hole, MA. Despite a marine mammal veterinary opportunity in Florida, she still felt called to be an exclusive small animal veterinarian.

As fate would have it, she moved to Atlanta after graduation in 2005, met her now-husband, and has never looked back! Dr. Jennifer enjoys all aspects of small animal practice, but has special interests in dentistry, surgery, and geriatric medicine. She values building lasting relationships with people by caring for their pets. She thoroughly enjoys helping owners navigate through all stages of their pet’s life.

In her free time, Dr. Jennifer loves to try new restaurants, watch HGTV, exercise, be a “personal shopper” for friends, and relax with family. She is blessed with two energetic and loving children.

Pets

Dr. Jennifer and her family have the most sweet and friendly long-haired Miniature Dachshund named Stella. She loves to give kisses and roll over for tummy rubs.

Dr. Dana Stewart
Dr. Dana Stewart

DVM

Recent transplants from New York, Dr. Dana and her husband, Chris, are settling into Atlanta with their two fur babies. Dr. Dana received her degree in Veterinary Medicine from Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine in 2012. After graduation, she accepted a position in upstate New York, practicing Emergency and Companion Animal Medicine. Her areas of specialty include soft tissue surgery and preventive medicine.

Outside of work, she enjoys Crossfit and even has her Level 1 Crossfit Certification. She is an avid weightlifter and enjoys hiking with her family whenever possible.

Pets

Dr. Stewart shares her home with Apollo, a Bloodhound mix, and Charli, a Belgian Malinois mix.

Dr. Tracy Navarra
Dr. Tracy Navarra

DVM

Dr. Tracy grew up in Marietta, Georgia. After earning her BS in Biology from the University of Georgia, where she graduated with the highest honors from Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine in 2007.

She then completed a one-year rotating small animal internship at Friendship Hospital for Animals in Washington D.C. She continued practicing in the D.C. area until the desire to be closer to family brought her back to Atlanta in 2016.

Dr. Navarra has a strong interest in internal medicine. She respects how complicated disease processes can be, and she dedicates her time and energy to creating thoughtful and thorough treatment plans for each unique patient. Additionally, she has advanced training in emergency/critical care, ultrasound, and ophthalmology.
“What has surprised me the most in my career was how much I loved working and getting to know the pets’ owners. I have always had a deep love for animals but witnessing and improving the bond between humans and their pets is truly the most rewarding part of my job.”

She is thrilled to be back in Georgia, and even more excited to have joined the dedicated team at Peachtree Hills Animal Hospital in 2020. Dr. Navarra lives in Decatur with her husband, Erich, and her adventurous son, Finn.

Pets
Dr. Navarra currently shares her home with Stella, a 10-year-old lab, and Chill, a very laid-back cat.

Dr. Jayme Douglas
Dr. Jayme Douglas

DVM

Dr. Jayme earned her bachelor’s degree in Biology and Chemistry from the College of Charleston before heading to the University of Georgia College of Veterinary Medicine for her Veterinary Degree – Go Dawgs! During the summers of Veterinary School, she worked as a Veterinary Nurse and was involved as a volunteer with several rescue organizations, as well as spay and neuter clinics.
Dr. Douglas’s favorite summer was spent working with Elephants at the Southern Thailand animal hospital, combining her passion for animals and travel. She has spent the past three years working at an Emergency & Primary Care Veterinary Clinic in Atlanta. She is now thrilled to join the staff at Peachtree Hills Animal Hospital!
Dr. Douglas’s professional interests include emergency medicine, preventative care, surgery, dermatology, and behavioral therapy (especially ensuring that nervous babies enjoy coming to the vet).
Pets
Jayme spends her spare time traveling, exploring the outdoors, spending time with friends and family, spoiling her three rescue babies (Nahla & Nellie – pictured) and her three-legged, most perfect, cat (who thinks she’s a dog), Olive.

Dr. Alicia Mahovlich
Dr. Alicia Mahovlich

DVM

Dr. Alicia is a Georgia native and grew up working at a local veterinary clinic from the age of 15. She completed her undergraduate degree in animal sciences at Purdue University but escaped the cold and came back home for veterinary school at the University of Georgia. Her professional interests include dentistry, surgery and geriatric medicine.

Pets
Dr. Alicia shares her home with a sweet, old retriever mix named Kimba, and a crazy Siamese-Tabby mix named Cree. In her free time, she enjoys spending time outdoors, reading, baking, bowling, and rock climbing.

Dr. Leanne LeFavi
Dr. Leanne LeFavi

DVM

Dr. Leanne LeFavi is from Savannah, GA. She earned her bachelor’s degree from the University of Georgia in 2015 and her DVM from the UGA College of Veterinary Medicine in 2019 (Go Dawgs!). In undergrad and veterinary school, she spent summers working with her favorite parasite ~ heartworms ~ in an infectious diseases research lab.

Dr. LeFavi’s veterinary interests include feline medicine, dermatology, oncology, and preventative care. She is also Fear-Free certified for all pets.

Pets
Leanne lives in East Atlanta with her rescue Border Collie (Olive), her spicy Torti (Skittles), and senior citizen Main Coon (Tiggs). On weekends, you can find her bopping around on the beltline with Olive!

Registered Veterinary Technician

Jasmine Henry
Jasmine Henry

RVT

Jasmine grew up in a military family, so she is not “from” anywhere– but she is looking to make Atlanta her home! She started out majoring in psychology at Auburn University but learned she could turn her love for animals into a career, so she moved to Florida and switched her major to veterinary technology. Jasmine graduated with her Associate of Science in Veterinary Technology in May 2019 from Pensacola State College and passed the national boards to become a Registered Veterinary Technician (RVT) in December 2019.

Pets
In her free time, Jasmine enjoys eating breakfast food, catching up on her favorite shows, traveling to other countries with friends, and cuddling with her dog, Bella.

Brittany Johnstone
Brittany Johnstone

RVT

Brittany grew up in Alpharetta, GA, and attended the University of West Georgia, where she graduated with a degree in Biology. She began her career as a zookeeper, but soon realized her passion for the veterinary field. She went back to school in 2015 to get her license as a veterinary technician. Brittany enjoys spending her free time with her husband, Kyle, and her daughter, Claire, or catching up with friends. 

Pets

Brittany is also a mom to her furry children, who include Choo Choo the dog, and two cats, Steve and Charlotte.

Melissa Lawrence
Melissa Lawrence

RVT

Melissa is a native of the metro Atlanta area and has worked in the veterinary field since 1999. She spent 12 years working in emergency and critical care. During that time, she studied Biology and Chemistry at Georgia State University. She received her RVT license in 2007. In her many years in the field, she has gained knowledge and experience with not just cats and dogs, but also with exotics, wildlife, and farm animals. She has since retired from wildlife rehabilitation after years of nursing many orphaned and injured wild creatures back to health. She worked at PHAH in the summer of 2011 and rejoined the hospital in 2016. In her limited spare time, she enjoys binging television shows and taking naps. The only way you will find her outdoors is if a pool is involved.

Pets

Melissa shares her home with her son, 3 dogs (Fletcher, Preston, and Edward), 4 cats (Chopper Ferguson, Jasper, Sebastian, and Ninja Jack) and Sebastian the African Grey.

Michela Myers
Michela Myers

RVT

Michela’s passion for animals started at a very young age and she always knew she was going to be helping them when she got older. A Louisiana native who now resides in Mississippi, Michela graduated from Mississippi State University with a Bachelor’s in Veterinary Medical Technology. She’s been in the field for over 10 years and has recently joined the PHAH family in March 2022 as our TeleHealth Veterinary Nurse. In her spare time, she enjoys painting and spending time with her family and friends.

Pets
Michela’s furry/feathery children include her basset hound, Rebel, her dachshund mix named Sadie, and cockatiel named Pasqual.

Paige Simpson
Paige Simpson

RVT

Paige’s love of animals led her to become a veterinary technician. Originally from Huntsville, Alabama, she graduated from Mississippi State University with a B.S. in Veterinary Medical Technology. Paige is currently following her passion here in Atlanta and has been at PHAH since June 2012. In her free time, she enjoys going out to the lake, sports, hiking, and cooking.

Pets
Her furry children are her dogs Koda and Toby, and her cats Calvin and Tito.

Kim Thompson
Kim Thompson

RVT

Kim was born in Toronto, Ontario, but grew up in West Palm Beach, Florida. Kim spent her adolescent years in West Palm Beach, where she graduated from Wellington High School. After graduating, she went on to Bel-Rea Institute of Animal Technology in Denver, Colorado, where she earned her A.A.S. degree in Veterinary Medical Technology. Kim returned to Florida and worked in both day practices and an emergency clinic, before moving to Atlanta to be closer to her family, and further her career in veterinary medicine. Kim joined the Peachtree Hills family in January 2014.

Pets
In her spare time, Kim enjoys nature walks along the Chattahoochee with her roommate’s dog, Cooper.

Chelsea Tynan
Chelsea Tynan

RVT

Chelsea has been an Atlanta local most of her life. After graduating from Kennesaw State University in 2013 with a B.S. in Psychology, she wanted to fuse her passion for animal care and human understanding. Chelsea joined Peachtree Hills in 2015 as part of the reception team. Over time, she transitioned to the role of Veterinary Assistant and worked on completing her degree in veterinary technology. In November 2020, she graduated from Penn Foster with an A.S. of Veterinary Technology and passed her boards to receive her license as a Registered Veterinary Technician (RVT). She finds an enormous amount of fulfillment and passion in her career and is excited for what lies ahead! In her spare time, you can find her hanging in a hammock by the Chattahoochee or exploring the local art festivals.

Pets
Chelsea has always fancied herself a “crazy cat lady”, obsessed with her three mischievous cats, Biju, Bruce, and Luna.

Veterinary Assistants (Nurses)

Maggie Bass
Maggie Bass

Veterinary Assistants

Maggie was born and raised in Atlanta. She received an Associate of Arts in Business Management from Georgia State University and is now starting RVT school at Penn Foster to become a Registered Veterinary Technician. Maggie spends most of her free time trying new restaurants, hiking, fishing, and tubing. Maggie’s happy place is anywhere with the sun and a body of water. Fun Fact: Maggie has family in Puerto Rico, so she travels down there a few times a year.

Pets
Maggie has two adorable ferrets, Stewie and Stella.

Aliya Burroughs
Aliya Burroughs

Veterinary Assistants

Aliya was born and raised in Atlanta. Ever since she was little, Aliya wanted to pursue a career in which she could help and take care of animals but ended up trying different careers. Aliya went from computer animation to graphic design, but none of those truly made her happy. After a lot of thought, she changed career paths and obtained her Bachelor’s Degree in Biology and Physical Science at Gordon State College. Choosing to work with animals was the best choice she’s ever made, and she couldn’t be happier.

Pets

Brittany is also a mom to her furry children, who include Choo Choo the dog, and two cats, Steve and Charlotte.

Taylor Downing
Taylor Downing

Veterinary Assistants

Taylor was raised in West Tennessee, then lived in Nashville for 11 years before moving to Atlanta in 2020 with her husband. She has always worked in healthcare and has had a passion for animals her whole life. It took long enough, but after many years she finally made the switch to combine the two when she started working here at PHAH in 2020! Outside of work, Taylor enjoys good food, hiking, and trying new breweries with her husband.

Pets
She has three handsome kitties whom she spoils on the daily- a 7-year-old back cat named Binx (yes, from “Hocus Pocus”), a 12-year-old, long-haired gray tabby named Squeaky, and a 4-year-old orange and white Maine Coon mix.

Megan Hargett
Megan Hargett

Veterinary Assistants

Megan was born in San Antonio, Texas. She went to college at Texas A&M University and graduated in 2020 with her Bachelor’s Degree in Animal Science. She moved to Georgia and decided to further her education, so she applied and has been accepted into the Institute of Medical Ultrasound here in Atlanta.

She wants to use her Sonography license in veterinary medicine when she is done! In her free time, she loves to explore trails, new cities, and go to concerts.

Pets
Megan has an  8-year-old Morkie named Ruby!

Rachel Nix
Rachel Nix

Veterinary Assistants

Rachel moved here from Florida after graduating from Florida Atlantic University with a Bachelor’s of Fine Arts in Performance Theatre and work experience for Walt Disney World. She started working at PHAH as a receptionist and crossed-trained as a veterinary assistant. Outside of work, Rachel loves gardening, crafting with friends, and cooking/baking at home with her boyfriend.

Pets
Rachel has two dogs, Paige and Blondie, who are the cutest siblings, and a lovable cat named Bella.

Eunice Park
Eunice Park

Veterinary Assistants

Eunice was born in Chicago, Illinois, and was raised in Georgia. She was exposed to animal care here through the Atlanta Zoo, Atlanta Aquarium, and animal rescue shelters. She began to take interest in all creatures and knew at a young age that she wanted to have a career helping animals. After graduating from Georgia State University with a Bachelor of Science in Biology, she was able to take her first step into the veterinary field here at PHAH. She is excited to learn more here and eventually become a Registered Veterinary Technician.

In her free time, Eunice enjoys watching anime, going to the gym, and listening to true crime podcasts.

Pets
Eunice has a Maltipoo mix named Ahmi, and a rescue cat named Ashe.

Shaun Russ
Shaun Russ

Veterinary Assistants

Shaun has worked at Peachtree Hills Animal Hospital since 2012 but took a break to work on his other passion, motorcycles. He also has a degree in motorcycle management. He recently re-joined the team in February 2018 and was welcomed back with open arms! He enjoys being a part of the PHAH family and meeting everyone’s fur family when they visit.

Shaun is originally from Louisiana, then moved to Atlanta in 2002. In 2016, he married his wife and favorite chef, Francina. They live in Kirkwood with their house full of animals. In his free time, Shaun enjoys eating tacos, hanging out in the pool, kickboxing, riding his motorcycle, napping, and spending time with friends and family.

Pets
Shaun is a lover of all animals and has a house full – several cats, a dog, a bunny, backyard chickens and his best friend, a conure named Sprite (pictured).

Drew Smith
Drew Smith

Veterinary Assistants

Drew grew up in Griffin, GA and currently attends Kennesaw State University. Although only recently making the switch, he always had plans to get into the animal care field. He is very good at reaching stuff in high places.

Pets
Drew enjoys spending time with his dog and following any and all of Atlanta’s extremely successful sports teams.

Kayla Spurling
Kayla Spurling

Veterinary Assistants

A native of Oxford, Alabama, Kayla has a love for critters on both the large and microscopic scale. She graduated from Auburn University in December 2016 with a B.S. in Microbiology and a minor in Animal Sciences. While completing her undergraduate studies, she worked as an assistant in the diagnostic Serology-Virology lab at Auburn’s College of Veterinary Medicine. She plans to continue on to veterinary school and hopes to pursue a career in immunotherapy and diagnostics.

Pets
In her downtime, Kayla enjoys exploring Atlanta, reading, cooking, and trying to keep up with her dog, Petey.

Laura Weber
Laura Weber

Veterinary Assistants

Laura joined Peachtree Hills Animal Hospital in 2018, shortly after moving from Philadelphia with her husband. Her long-held love of critters and experience volunteering with an animal shelter’s medical unit prompted her to switch career fields, from marketing to veterinary medicine. She enjoys running, hiking and reading in her spare time.

Pets
Smitten with her sweet temperament and animated ears, Laura adopted Simone, a pit bull mix, a few months after moving to the Atlanta area. A serial snuggler, Simone loves peanut butter, carrots and, most of all, her rubber tug-of-war toy.

Customer Service Representative

Katie Dummer
Katie Dummer

Customer Service Representative

Katie is a Florida native who started off working in human medicine. After relocating to Georgia, she decided to follow her passion for animals and started her career in veterinary medicine here at Peachtree Hills Animal Hospital.

Pets
Katie is the proud mom of one long-haired sassy chihuahua named Bella and an adventurous Cairn Terrier named Barkley. In her free time, Katie enjoys spending time outdoors hiking, kayaking, and exploring Atlanta with her fur babies.

Samuel Gant
Samuel Gant

Customer Service Representative

Sam was born in Virginia but moved around a bit since his family was military. He eventually settled in Georgia and graduated from Columbus State University with a B.A. in Theatre and a minor in Spanish.

Always having a love for animals, Sam frequently volunteered at multiple animal clinics in Augusta, GA where he spent most of his childhood. In his free time he enjoys playing guitar, DJ’ing and being outdoors.

Pets
Sam is a cat dad to two wonderful kitties who reflect both sides of his personality. Hero, the calmer, more reserved kitty and Meredith the rambunctious, but very affectionate Bobtail (who also rules the house).

Darius McCoggle
Darius McCoggle

Customer Service Representative

Darius was born and raised in South Georgia. He moved to the Atlanta area at the age of 22 and it has been a great experience. He has been working in the animal field for over three years. Working in the field showed him how much he loves dogs, which gave him more of a reason to get his own.

Pets
Darius currently has one dog, Zoe, who is an excellent partner to have by his side.

Breia Milde
Breia Milde

Customer Service Representative

Breia has a deep love for animals. Prior to joining our PHAH family, she was a therapeutic riding instructor. She graduated from Kings Way Christian school and studied Sociology at Kennesaw State University. Breia’s long-term goal is to become a registered veterinary nurse. Outside of work, Breia enjoys riding horses, cycling, crafting, spending time with her boyfriend, and watching the Cleveland Cavaliers.

Pets

Breia has a two-year-old cat named Big Bron. He is a King!

Victoria Ogden
Victoria Ogden

Customer Service Representative

Victoria is a Georgia native. She has been in the veterinary field as a receptionist for over ten years. In her free time she enjoys spending time and making memories with her high school sweetheart, whom she married, Andriciar.

Pets
Victoria is a proud dog mom to the sweetest Chihuahua she has ever met, Princess!

Nikkii Rayburn
Nikkii Rayburn

Customer Service Representative

Nikkii was born and raised in Ohio. After spending 13 years in the human medical field, she and her husband decided to re-locate to Georgia for a change. She has always had a love for animals, which led her to us! In her free time she enjoys reading, playing board games, and being outdoors.

Pets
A sweet six-year-old rescue puppy named Izzy, or as they affectionately call her, “Miss”.