The friendly, professional staff at VCA Braelinn Village Animal Hospital is made up of dedicated individuals who have made it their mission to help pets live long, healthy lives. To be true to this mission the hospital team relies on several individuals, where each team member is equally important in helping us deliver the best patient and client experience for both you and your pet.
And if things get very complicated, we are fortunate to have access to the nation's largest network of VCA veterinarians and board certified specialists. In a word: TEAMWORK!
Teamwork is a constant in our daily practice. From the very first person you speak to to the person who checks you and your pet out, our team of pet lovers works cohesively to create a warm and welcoming experience for both you and your pet.
Want to join our team? Visit our Careers section.
Get to know us. Explore our staff biographies and learn about the people who make our facility an excellent choice for your pet care needs.
Dr. Brian Mann comes to us from Northern Kentucky. He started his veterinary journey caring for the pets in his high school Biology department, then working as a kennel assistant at his local veterinary clinic. Soon he was working as a veterinary assistant at local vet offices and the local veterinary ER. After working through college, he was still sure of his path to become a Veterinarian. He was accepted into the Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine right after graduating with a BA in Biology.
While at Auburn University he met his wife Nicole during the first week of classes when they rushed the pro...
Amanda graduated from the University of Georgia with a degree in Speech Communications. GO DAWGS!!!! Amanda has one furry child, a 6-year-old mixed breed named Eavie. Amanda has a passion for pets and in her spare time enjoys going to the gym, taking Eavie for walks and, of course, watching Georgia football.
"I enjoy being a hospital manager because I like working with people and I have always had a love for animals. I also love the investigative aspect of veterinary medicine."