Veterinary Support

  • Veterinary Assistant

    Desaray Crawford
    School: Universersity of West Georgia, Biology

    Desaray has always had a passion for animals, this is why she is pursuing her dream of becoming a veterinarian. She is planning on attending veterinarian school in the near future.

    Desaray's hobbies are cheering, track and field, basketball and has been playing the violin for 14 years. She also has 2 dogs, Neno Brown and Coco to keep her company.

    Desaray enjoys working at VCA Carrollton Animal Hospital because it brightens her day to see all the loving animals and people that come in everyday.


  • Veterinary Assistant

    Jennie Hodges
    School: West Georgia Technical College

    Jennie graduated from Lithia Springs High School and is currently attending West Georgia Technical College in Carrollton Ga. She has been employed at VCA Carrollton since February 2013.

    Jennie is a hunter's education instructor (wildlife conservation) and enjoys horseback riding. She loves outdoor activities like fishing, camping, volley ball and teaching hunting safety.

    Jennie has 2 ferrets Houdini and Possum and has been working with animals for over 4 years.

    Jennie likes working at VCA Carrollton Animal Hospital because she has a passion for animals and a huge interest in science and medicine.


  • Veterinary Assistant

    Macie Musick

    Macie Musick is a resident of Carroll County and is one of VCA Carrollton Animal Hospitals newest employees. She graduated Central High School in Carrollton, GA. Macie comes to us with many years experience in the animal related field. She has many pets of her own ranging from 12 horses, 4 chihuahuas, their names are Bruiser, Chewy, Preggers and Cooper and 1 blue heeler named Bandit. Macie loves training horses and showing horses. She also gives riding lessons. She says she likes working at VCA Carrollton Animal Hospital because of the excellent animal care and that everyone is so passionate about helping pets and their owners. She also said the care and treatment really is top of the line. Her hobbies include riding horses and fishing. Macie has become a great asset to VCA Carrollton Animal Hospital in the short amount of time she has been employed.


  • Veterinary Assistant

    Anthony Smith

    Growing up in Carrollton, Anthony attended both Carrollton and Bowdon High Schools. He started working at VCA Carrollton Hospital in 2005 and has proven to be a key team player.

    Anthony lives with his wife, Heidi, and his son, Donavan and their three dogs, Nikki, Buster and Baby. They also have four cats, Boots, Cody, Lucy  and Lucy Jr. In his spare time Anthony enjoys grilling out and going to flea markets.

    Anthony likes his position at VCA Carrollton Animal Hospital because he loves being a part of such a great famiy oriented atmosphere and caring for furbabies. It is what he looks forward to every day.


  • Veterinary Assistant

    Kimberly Watson Dean

    Kim comes to VCA Carrollton Animal Hospital with 15 years experience in the animal related field. She grew up in Carrollton, Ga. and attended Central High School. Kim now lives with her husband Jason in Mt. Zion along with her American/Boxer mix, Tuff who is 5 years old. Kim says she likes working at VCA Carrollton Animal Hospital because we offer the best treatment possible and everyone cares for each other as well as our patients and clients. The staff is very experienced. Kim in her spare time likes to cook, bake, garden and decorate.


  • Veterinary Assistant

    Adria Williamson

    Adria is attending West Georgia Technical School to earn an RN degree. She enjoys working with animals and has 2 dogs, 4 cats, and 3 chickens. She has grown up at Carrollton Animal Hospital, since she is the daughter of Dr. Williamson. She enjoys spending time with her Shih tzu, Lucy, and black lab, Jack. She has been working at VCA Carrollton Animal Hospital for 4 years.

    Adria likes working at VCA Carrollton Animal Hospital because she's always enjoyed working with animals. It makes her feel good to be able to help something that can't help itself. She loves having our 4 legged friends in common with every person that walks through our doors.

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