Alyssa, Office Manager
Alyssa has been the office manager for Crawfordville Animal Hospital since 2016. She began working for the company as a veterinary technician at our sister clinic, Oakwood Animal Hospital several years before.
Alyssa graduated from Florida State University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology and intends to pursue a degree in veterinary medicine in the years to come. Her special interests lie in internal medicine and surgery.
When she doesn’t have a fishing pole in her hand, Alyssa spends most of her free time with her husband, two children, and three Labrador retrievers.
Brandi, Veterinary Technician
Brandi has been a veterinary technician since 2011 and has been with Crawfordville Animal Hospital since 2016. She earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Exercise Physiology from Florida State University and is currently enrolled in a Master degree program for Public Health. Brandi is working towards acceptance into veterinary school. Her key interests in veterinary medicine are cytology and microscopic interpretation.
In her spare time, Brandi enjoys traveling and volunteering with Trap, Neuter, Release (TNR) programs. She also loves spending time with her dog, Jester, and her cat, Benny.
Chris, Veterinary Technician
Chris is a recent addition to Crawfordville Animal Hospital. She earned her associate degree in veterinary technology and is currently studying for the veterinary technician national exam. She previously worked for a veterinary clinic in south Georgia.
During her spare time, Chris enjoys spending time with her significant other, her two dogs and three cats.
Michelle, Veterinary Technician
Michelle has worked as a receptionist/veterinary technician for Crawfordville Animal Hospital since 2015. She is currently enrolled at Tallahassee Community College where she is pursuing a bachelor’s degree. She plans to continue her education and work towards a doctorate degree in veterinary medicine.
Michelle has an interest in surgery and in animal dentistry; she serves as the lead dental technician at the clinic.
Michelle spends most of her spare time with her significant other, her three dogs Mishka, Suka, and Cali, and her cat, Willow.
Tammie graduated from Florida State University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science. She spent most of her career working in a government office. After retiring, Tammie followed her heart and began working in the veterinary field. She came to Crawfordville Animal Hospital after working several years for a veterinary clinic in northern Georgia.
In her free time, Tammie loves spending time with Steve, her husband of more than forty years, her son, three grandchildren, three Yorkshire terriers, and one cat. GO NOLES!