Dr. Sammie "Faith" Hughes was born and raised in Bainbridge, GA. At an early age, she developed a love of animals and biology, so it was only natural that she wanted to become a veterinarian. After graduating from Bainbridge High School, then attending Bainbridge College, she transferred to Auburn University. Dr. Hughes graduated from Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine cum laude in 1990. After working 2 years at Haines Road Animal Hospital in St. Petersburg, FL, she moved back to Bainbridge and worked at Allied Veterinary Emergency Clinic in Tallahassee. On her days off from Allied, Dr. Hughes did relief work at area veterinary hospitals. Relief work is what brought her to Crawfordville, in 1993, when Dr. Jolly Rogers of Forest Animal Hospital (now VCA Wakulla Animal Hospital) needed heart surgery. Dr. Hughes fell in love Wakulla County and never left Crawfordville!
Dr. Hughes is married to Bobby Inlow (UGA fan, also from Bainbridge) who is a police officer at FSU. They have a daughter, Libby, who attends the University of Florida. Their family also includes 2 cats (Chuck & Little Johnny)and 2 cocker spaniels (Woo & Brodie).
Faith is a small animal veterinarian who works on dogs and cats. Her fields of interest are preventative health care, internal medicine, soft tissue surgery, and dentistry. She has a soft spot for Cocker Spaniels and Labradors. Dr. Hughes is also a board member for Paws of Wakulla, Inc. She actively works with their TNR program, Pets Meals on Wheels, and support for Wakulla County Animal Shelter.
"Growing up in Bainbridge, GA , my family always had pets, cats, dogs and even a pet goat. My first job was a groomer and kennel tech at Parkway Animal Hospital, this is where I fell in love with Cocker Spaniels. I am a strong supported of pet adotions, and adopted most of my pets( they are all Auburn fans!) WAR EAGLE!! "