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Your furry friend deserves the best!
3475 Stone Mountain Hwy.
Snellville, GA 30078
COVID 19 Hospital Protocols-
1) We are allowing clients to come in with their pets and you can choose if you want to wear a mask or not while in the building.
2) Strict sanitation procedures are in place for everyone's safety.
*please go to the CDC website to see updated information about pets and Covid 19: https://www.cdc.gov/healthypets/covid-19/pets.html
LORIEE - Office Manager
Loriee has been working in veterinary hospitals since she was 15 years old. Her love and passion for animals is evident in everything she does. Loriee jointed the AHAH team in 2015 as a veterinary technician and has advanced to become the office manager. Loriee has 3 dogs (Willow, Isles and Matilda), 2 cats (Boy and Tiara) and 4 birds (Baby, Cricket, Blue and Sunflower).
DEB - Technician
Deb has been in the veterinary field for over 30 years and has done every support job within the profession. She has extensive experience and her compassion for animals is exceptional. She really enjoys talking with clients and educating them on the importance of preventative medicine. Deb's family includes her husband Hank, her 3 children, Nicole, Craig, and Becca. She also has 2 grandchildren, Jenna and Brody. Her animal family includes a dog (Pebbles) and 7 cats (Tiger, Aslan, Neytiri, Elvis, Priscilla, Henry and Ashes).
SUSAN - Receptionist
Susan has been working in veterinary clinics for most of her life. She has seen and heard it all! Susan enjoys interacting with clients and learning about their pets and their families.
She has 2 children, Amanda and Mark. Susan has one grandson, Ethan. She also has a cat named Phoebe, but her true love is our clinic cat Boy. She says "he is the best cat in the world!" You may even see her wearing her socks that have Boy's face on them!
DANIELLE - Assistant
Dani has worked at AHAH for the past several years. She started out as a kennel attendant and has expanded her skills to become a hospital assistant. On any given day, she may be seen answering the phones, setting up a heartworm test or walking a dog in the clinic's large back yard. While she has no pets of her own, she loves all the animals at the hospital as if they were hers.