Dr. Scarlett Timmons, DVM
From a young age, Scarlett knew she wanted to work with animals and spent her life preparing to become a veterinarian. Scarlett graduated from Augusta State University with her bachelor’s degree in science and completed her Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine at the University of Georgia Veterinary School. As she became a veterinarian, her passion focused on helping unwanted and underserved pets, and she works closely with animal rescue groups to provide services for those pets. Her free time is spent caring for her horses and her seven dogs and cats, which are all rescued animals with medical needs.
Dr. Jennifer Nehring, DVM
Dr. Tara Poppy, DVM
Licensed Veterinary Technician
Karen is originally from the Dominican Republic and New York. She has been working in veterinary medicine on and off for 20 years. She has three dogs and two cats of her own. When she isn’t at work she enjoys the outdoors, pizza, and time with her superhero husband and daughter!
Lauran is originally from Florida, but being a military spouse has taken her all over. Her love for toe beans and booping noses has kept her in the veterinary field for 20 plus years.
Her “farm” consists of 3 two-legged children, a golden retriever named Archer, two cats(Meatloaf and Gustafson), a skinny pig, and two bearded dragons. In her spare time, Lauran enjoys reading and anything that involves being in and on the water.
Carly has been working in veterinary medicine for seven years. Her experience started at the Augusta Animal Shelter and continued at various clinics in the area. Carly has always had a soft heart towards all things furry! She is currently pursuing her veterinarian technician degree from Ashworth University. In her free time, she enjoys baking and Zumba!
Chasidy is a Wisconsin native who has been surrounded by animals her entire life. Her main passion is to rescue animals. At the age of 13, she was rescuing local cats with special needs. Her rescue work has always been a big part of her life. After completing multiple degrees in human medicine, she decided to enter the vet world and get her vet assistant certification. She couldn’t be happier with her choice of switching to four-legged creatures! In her free time, she enjoys being with her family outdoors, snuggling with her cat mafia and doggie meat-heads!
Veterinary Assistant/Kennel Technician
Receptionist/ Veterinary Assistant
Lori Van Kluyve
Volunteer Kennel Assistant