Russell Henley, DVM
Dr. Russell Henley grew up right here in Colquitt, GA. He attended the University of Georgia where he graduated with his DVM in 1988. He practiced for a time in Griffin and Macon, Georgia, before heading back home in 1999 to open Colquitt Animal Hospital to serve the needs of his hometown community. He especially loves small animal surgery and internal medicine, particularly disorders of the adrenal gland.In his spare time, Dr. Henley loves hiking, biking, running and playing basketball. He shares his home with his wife, Lynn, daughter, Victoria, and his dogs Corndog and Chanel.
Randi grew up in a suburb of Dallas, TX. In 2012, she settled here in Colquitt, GA. In 2016, she started working at Colquitt Animal Hospital as a kennel assistant. In 2017, she was trained as a veterinary assistant. She especially enjoyed laboratory analysis and parasitology. She was then cross trained to work the reception desk as well. In April 2019, she was offered the Hospital Manager position. She loves problem solving, and helping her employees, patients and clients feel cared for and valued. In her spare time, she enjoys going on cruises, gaming, and yoga. She shares her home with her husband, Kyle, and her 3 dogs: Nitro, Penny and Levi.
Shea has been a part of Colquitt Animal Hospital since 2003. She began her career while in high school working as a kennel assistant. Throughout her time here, she has established herself as a skilled veterinary assistant, and a stellar inventory manager. Her favorite part of her job is wound care and laboratory analysis. In her time off, she enjoys going to the beach, kayaking, and fishing. She is also a Sunday school teacher. She and her husband are the proud owners of a chihuahua mix, Cricket, a goofy cat named Batty, and a small, neutered colony of outdoor cats.
Client Care Representatives
Our kennel team works hard to ensure that your pet has a comfortable experience while they are in our care. They feed, walk and sometimes play with your pet while they are here and make sure they have all the comforts of home. They also act as they eyes and ears for our medical team. They monitor your pet's recovery process and alert the medical staff to any changes or improvements in your pet's behavior between rounds so we can ensure they are getting the appropriate care for their condition. Our kennel team love working so closely with the animals. They build relationships with boarders and patients alike. They serve a critical role to our hospital and we are so proud to have them on our team.