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Our employees work as a team to ensure the health and well-being of your pet. They are all important members of your healthcare staff.
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Scott Hudspeth MRCVS followed in his father's footsteps by becoming a veterinarian. He graduated from the University of Liverpool in 1997. He has owned Richmond Hill Animal Hospital since 2003. Dr. Scott is bravely raising three boys and enjoys hunting and fishing
Amanda Welch DVM has been with the practice since 2005. She has a special interest in soft tissue surgery and dentistry. When not at the clinic she is usually cheering her daughters on for dance and soccer along with her husband of over 20 years. She is often found with a book in hand or snuggled up with her various cats or dog.
Brynn Davis-Huggins came to us from our sister hospital, Southside Hospital for Animals. She is a graduate of the University of Georgia and has interests in preventative care and internal medicine. Brynn has two young children and enjoys spending time with them and family when she's not at work. Her flock currently consists of 3 cats, 3 dogs and 13 chickens.
Marie has been with the practice since the doors opened. She is the face at our front desk. Marie is a huge fan of the beach and cruises and has a great year round tan. She and her husband can often be found at classic car shows
Hannah loves to meet new pets. Especially the unusual ones. She moved here from Hawaii and enjoys assisting in surgery and manages our inventory and staffing
Rebecca is up front at reception. She enjoys being the first one to see your fur babies.
Matt comes to us by way of Oregon. His goal is to be accepted to UGA CVM and earn his DVM degree.
Sara is a proud veteran and mother. Her shepard, Molly, loves to play doctor with her daughter.
Kat, our office manger, comes to us from New Mexico and has eight plus years of experience as a veterinary technician. She strives to make our work environment positive and cohesive.
Erin has two Aussie Shepards and a very calm demeanor that soothes the patients. She enjoys spending her days off at the beach.
Hallie is also in reception. She has five cats and just needs three more to reach "crazy cat lady" status.
Holly has a mini zoo at her house; cats, dogs, fish, lizard, bunny and a snake.
Alyssia has moved around the East Coast a bit with her military husband. Her chameleon, Tango, expresses his displeasure by puffing up at her.
Naima is one of our newer team members who has a passion to learn more about veterinary medicine. You'll always see her with a smile on her face
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