Our caring and compassionate veterinary care team!

Meet the Veterinarians & Team of Senoia Animal Hospital in Senoia! We’re pleased to provide exceptional vet care for your pets!

Please call us at 770-599-0222 to speak to one of our caring veterinary staff members!

Jill Phillips DVM

Dr. Jill Phillip’s broad area of experience and expertise has benefitted many pet patients since joining Senoia Animal Hospital and Pet Resort in 2000. Jill is an Auburn University alumnus. She graduated with Bachelor of Science degrees in Biology and in Chemistry in 1985 before continuing on to Auburn University’s College of Veterinary Medicine. She graduated with her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree in 1989. Since then her veterinary practice has taken her to Reston, Virginia, and then to Tuscaloosa and later Birmingham, where she worked in emergency veterinary medicine before moving to Georgia and practicing at Senoia Animal Hospital and Pet Resort.

Jill is married to Bill Sellers, and together they have raised two children, Chris and Laura, now teenagers, three dogs, two rabbits, and two horses. Her particular fields of interest are dermatology, ophthalmology and soft-tissue surgery. You can be sure that Jill will treat your pet as her own.

Kelly Alford, DVM

Dr. Kelly Alford graduated from University of Georgia with a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology, with a Minor in anthropology, in 2001. She returned to UGA to receive her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree in 2010. Before becoming a member of the Senoia Animal Hospital and Pet Resort team, Kelly interned at Veterinary Specialists of South Florida on the small animal rotation, then onto Southwest Florida Veterinary Specialists where she worked in the emergency room. She also lent her services to East Coweta Veterinary Hospital from 2012 to 2013 before joining Senoia Animal Hospital and Pet Resort in 2014. Her primary focus is on soft tissue surgery, neurology and oncology. She has been a great addition to Senoia Animal Hospital and Pet Resort, winning over pets and pet parents alike with her expertise and kind and loving nature.

Kelly spends most of her free time horse back riding and spending time with family. Her pets include three dogs, two cats and one horse.

Heidi Lindsey, DVM

Dr. Heidi Lindsey is a 2017 graduate from the University of Georgia College of Veterinary Medicine. She was trained in mixed animal medicine as she loves working with all species. Her childhood was filled with animals from baby squirrels to horses to many dogs and cats to visits to her uncle’s cattle farm. She was homeschooled from elementary through high school and attended Point University for her undergraduate studies. She grew up in the Peachtree City area and has loved coming back home to practice medicine.

Dr. Lindsey lives in Fayetteville with her husband Timothy, who graciously welcomes the many animals she brings home. They love their two happy dogs, Peyton and Minnie, and their cat Rover. They love being outside and enjoy hiking and camping in the mountains with the dogs. You can also find them at their church, Living Faith Fellowship, serving on the music team. One of their favorite things about being in the South is football season. Go Dawgs!

Robert Baggett, DVM

Dr. Robert Baggett has over 30 years of experience in veterinary medicine. A University of Kentucky alumnus, he then attended Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine, graduating cum laude in 1990. He soon began practicing with Dr. Daryl Rickard at the Animal Medical Center in Medina, Ohio, and then with Dr. David Selleck at Huntington Creek Animal Hospital upon moving to Fayette County in 1993. By 1995, Dr. Baggett was ready to start his own practice and opened Braelinn Animal Hospital, and has opened six more clinics to better serve the Greater Atlanta area. He enjoys life in Fayetteville, where he is a member of New Hope Baptist Church and coaches youth sports. He is married to Stacey and together they have two children, Ben and Emma and three Cavalier King Charles Spaniels.

Mary Greer
Office Manager

Mary Greer is our Practice Manager. She joined Senoia Animal Hospital and Pet Resort in 2016, bringing with her a wide range of experience in management in the field of veterinary medicine. She graduated from University of Tennessee, majoring in anthropology. Mary worked at Braelinn Animal Hospital in 2000 – 2007. She then took her excellent and proven management skills and expertise to East Coweta Veterinary Hospital from 2007 – 2016. The day to day operations at any veterinary clinic are multi-leveled and complicated, but she manages to keep things running smoothly for staff and for our visiting patients and pet parents. She and husband Robert Smallwood are the proud parents of son, Blake. They also have thirteen cats and three dogs.

Leslie Mobley
Veterinary Technician

My name is Leslie and I started at Senoia Animal Hospital in April 2017, but I have worked in the veterinary field for the last 20 years. I am currently a full-time online student at Penn Foster Veterinary Technician School. I am very passionate about my job because it allows me to express the love I have for animals and their owners. I love Australian Cattle Dogs especially my two Stella and Wyatt. I am also a proud momma of one son, Sawyer. In my spare time I enjoy traveling to new places and spending time with my family.

Tiffany White
Veterinary Technician

I have worked at Senoia Animal Hospital since June of 2017. I love veterinary medicine because every day presents a different challenge. In my free time, I enjoy learning about parasitology and radiology. I am also working towards obtaining my associates in Veterinary Technology in order to better my future and career. I am owned by 2 cats (Felix and Octavia), 1 dog (Luna) and 1 turtle (Bowser). When I am not working I am taking Luna hiking at local state parks.

Jamila LaBeach
Veterinary Technician

I have been a member of the Senoia Animal Hospital team since 2016. However, I started working full time in 2017 as an assistant and then a veterinary technician after graduating from Southern Adventist University with a Bachelor in Biology. In the next few years I plan on getting Associates in Veterinary Technology. I enjoy all aspects of veterinary medicine and aspire to learn as much as I can in the field. Outside of work I enjoy reading, horseback riding, baking and traveling.

Amber Jones
Veterinary Technician

I started working at Senoia Animal Hospital in September of 2018 but I have been in the veterinary field for 17 years. My favorite area of medicine is exotic and wildlife care. I live in Newnan with my husband and cat, Tut. In my spare time I enjoy kayaking, especially with manatees, fostering fur babies and volunteering with local rescue events.

Haley Roberts
Veterinary Technician

My name is Haley and I started at Senoia Animal Hospital in June 2017, but I been a veterinary technician for the last 3 years. I love the fast pace work environment and the love that is shown for every single animal that walks through the door. My favorite area of veterinary medicine is dentistry. I love Border Collies and Blue Heelers, but I also have a special place in my heart for German Shepherds. I have a border collie named Duke and a blue heeler named Dax. My 2 dogs and 2 horses take up most of my time when she is not working, but in my free time I am almost always at my horse farm. I am a full time student with Penn Foster Veterinary Technician School to become a certified technician and I am also attending the University of West Georgia to complete my business degree.

Shauna Hart
Veterinary Technician Assistant

Ashley Ferguson
Client Service Specialist

My name is Ashley and I have been a member of Senoia Animal Hospital’s client service team since January 2017. Before coming to Senoia I worked at another animal hospital for 9 years. I have 5 cats, 1 dog, 5 chickens and 2 horses. In my spare time, I will be found watching movies with friends, spending time with family or riding my trike with her husband. I love traveling and hope to one day retires to the beautiful state of Montana.

Kim Stacks
Client Service Specialist

I have been a member of the Senoia Animal Hospital family since July of 2017. I live in Newnan with my husband, Andy, and our little zoo, which includes 3 dogs, 6 cats, a bird, fish and a squirrel and chickens. My hobbies are reading, drawing and spending time with my family and friends.

Michelle Puckett
Client Service Specialist

My name is Michelle and I have one son and 4 grandchildren but to them I am Nana. I currently live in Peachtree City with my 2 cats, C.C. and Tux. I have been in veterinary medicine for the last 25 years, in one capacity or another. I love working with animals and I could not see myself doing anything else. When I am not working I love spending time with my granddaughter by the pool or watching movies at home.

Caitlin Gwin
Kennel Assistant

Israel Warren
Kennel Assistant

My name is Israel Warren and I am currently working as a kennel assistant. I have been working here for almost a year and I love meeting our clients, especially their pets. After working in the field and gaining more knowledge and experience I have become very interested in other aspects of the job. Next year, in the fall, I plan on enrolling in a veterinary technician program with the hopes of one day becoming one. When I am not working I enjoy fishing and hanging out with my boxer/pit bull mix, Duke, down at the lake.

Abby Bunn
Kennel Assistant

Brannon Krause
Kennel Assistant

Peggy Craft