Eleanore Robinson, DVM, Associate Veterinarian

DVM, Colorado State University


Dr. Eleanore Robinson is an Atlanta native who joined TMAH in 2007, after spending 9 years in Colorado. She graduated from Washington and Lee University with a BA in Art History and after several years working in the “real world”, decided that veterinary medicine was her true calling. Dr. Robinson received an MS in Anatomy and her DVM in 2005 from Colorado State University. After graduation, she completed a one-year internship at Animal Medical Hospital, a 24-hour, small animal general and emergency practice in Charlotte, NC.

She has a cat named Moe who was born on the island of Grenada. Dr. Robinson enjoys spending time at her parents farm where the resident animals include cows, donkeys, chickens and an energetic Welsh Corgi named Nellie.   Her veterinary interest include internal medicine, soft tissue surgery and would management.

Outside of work Dr. Robinson enjoys running ,skiing, vegetable gardening and participating in many 10k runs, including the Peachtree Road Race every 4th of July. Dr. Robinson says: I became a veterinarian because I wanted to have the knowledge and skills to make animals' lives better and to alleviate their pain.  I love the hand-on aspect of this job, getting to know my patients' families and seeing what a difference pets make in people's live.