Planned PEThood celebrates 500th rescued pet in Newton County
COVINGTON, Ga — Holly, a 4-year-old female Rottweiler, had a tail-wagging good time Wednesday morning, Oct. 30, at the Newton County Animal Shelter, where she was named the 500th animal rescued by Planned PEThood.
A Tennessee native, Elizabeth had a 20+-year career in Customer Service and Account Management before leaving the corporate world to pursue her passion for animal welfare full-time in 2004. She spent…...Read More
Dr. Simpson graduated from the University of Georgia College of Veterinary Medicine in 2016. After working in general practice for three years, she joined our team at Planned PEThood. When…...Read More
Akisha is a registered veterinary technician (RVT) with almost ten years of clinical experience. Her training and work history are a huge asset to Planned PEThood’s patients. She is skilled…...Read More
Tanya began working with Planned PEThood as a volunteer with her son. Since then she has worked in various positions around the clinic including receptionist, kennel assistant, and floater. She…...Read More