Cassy Cohen

Admin Assistant

Cassy Cohen recently joined our team as a part-time receptionist. Her love of animals and personal beliefs of holistic medicine brought her to our practice. She has three grown sons who have all played baseball and football throughout high school and into college. Cassy has had ten dogs throughout her lifetime, all of them rescued and all of them black-lab mixes.

Currently, Brinks, Beau and Sadie are part of the Cohen household. Cassy’s hobbies include watching any sports her boys play, working out, hiking with the dogs, yoga and watching Netflix series with her husband.

Abby Cunningham

Veterinary Assistant Supervisor

Abby joined us in October of 2022. She is from Santa Clarita, California and made her way to Georgia in late 2020. She entered the veterinary field in 2021 and plans to go to school to become an RVT. Her furry family consists of two cats, Ruby and Mabel and two dogs, Winnie and Indy. She is particularly fond of cats so she is our go to assistant for feline friends. Outside of work you can find her watching Harry Potter or taking trips to the beach with her family.

Savannah Lail

Business Operations Manager

Savannah has been working in animal care since 2018 and joined our team in April of 2021. She is a Georgia native with a cattle dog/chihuahua mix named Clermont and a beautiful tortoiseshell cat named Mushu. She has a strong interest in dog training and outside of work you can find her at a local park enjoying the sights and sounds of nature or reading a good book!

Erica Bradley

Practice Manager

EErica had a love for animals at a very young age. If you were to ask the 5-year-old version of her what she wanted to be when she grew up, she would have said “A veterinarian!” Unfortunately, allergies were an issue in her childhood and her family decided to steer her toward human medicine. Several years later, she would get accepted into nursing school, quit, and follow her heart straight to vet med where it had always belonged. Since then, she has had the opportunity to take several niche vet med courses and attend holistic and western conferences on her never-ending journey for veterinary knowledge.