Say hello to our reception team

Our reception team works hard to create a good experience for both you and your pet at Thomasville Animal Hospital.

Emily Jones

Emily joined our team in January 2019, bringing almost 10 years of customer service to our reception desk. A native of Thomasville, Emily has a heart for local business, and strives to bring quality service with a hometown feel. When not working, you can find her curled up with a good book, sipping strong coffee and spending time with her husband John.

Michelle Brantley

Michele recently joined our team in 2018. She lives in a 100 year old farmhouse in Monticello, Fl that her family renovated 15 yrs ago. She has a bachelors degree in science from Liberty University. After graduation, her compassionate heart led her to working with challenging teens as well as hospice work for the past 11 years. When not working, Michele enjoys spending time with her family (especially her new granddaughter – Magnolia Pearl), fitness, riding her horse (Bo), and renovating homes. She embraces life and lives it to the fullest.

Megan Hester

Megan joined our team in July 2019 with 3 years of experience as a receptionist in a veterinary office. She loves establishing relationships with clients and considers it a pleasure to serve our local community. When not at work, you can find Megan with her two daughters and her Shih Tzu "Oreo" at their home in Whigham, Ga.

Micayla Logue

Micayla was born and raised in Southwest Georgia. She moved to Pensacola to pursue a career as a technician with an emergency/specialty veterinary hospital. After three years, Micayla was thrilled to accept a receptionist position here with TAH and move back closer to family. Her knowledge of veterinary medicine and background of working in a fast-paced environment makes her an excellent addition to our front desk team. When not working, Micayla enjoys spending time outdoors and with her two rescued fur babies.

Kathryn Crenshaw


Client Greeter/Office Hero

Laz arrived at Thomasville Animal Hospital in 2009 badly injured from being hit by a car. At that time he had a crushed ankle, avulsed patellar ligament, and a broken back! We decided to adopt Laz and after a long surgery and even longer bed rest with lots of pain medication, he made an almost complete recovery. Shortly thereafter, when chasing a squirrel outside he came down wrong on his previously injured leg and broke his femur. After one more surgery, he was fine but still has a little hitch in his giddyup. At some point, Laz decided he needed to earn his keep and became our resident blood donor. He has been blood-typed and is a universal blood donor. He has saved many lives along the way and made many friends. There is something special about this dog! Come see for yourself, and bring him a treat…

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