Scott DeLong graduated from the University of Georgia’s College of Veterinary Medicine in 2002. Since graduation, he has practiced medicine in Georgia, beginning at Butler Creek Animal Hospital in Kennesaw, and later with its sister clinic, Cedarcrest Animal Hospital, in Acworth. In 2010, he chose to open Chestnut Mountain Animal Hospital in Flowery Branch because he wanted to live closer to family in the nearby Gainesville and Watkinsville areas. Dr. DeLong is passionate about animals, and strives to bring the best and most compassionate veterinary care to his patients and their families.
Dr. DeLong grew up in Watkinsville, graduating from Oconee County High School. He currently resides in Gainesville. His wife, Charlotte is a Ballet Instructor and Co-Artistic Director with the Gainesville Ballet Company. They have three children and two dogs.
Matt has been working with animals for the last 15 years. He might be biologically 33 years old, but his knees and back are 87! He has always wanted to work with animals since he was a young lad and switched from wanting to be a veterinarian to a technician when he found out he would have to go to school for at least 8 years….gross! He was fortunate to work with Dr. Scott DeLong 12 years ago and is very happy to be working with him again!
Currently, Matt doesn’t have any animals but plans to adopt a cat and a chihuahua in his future.
In his free time, Matt likes to play video games, read, bike, and watch John Wick movies over and over again!
Janet is fairly new to the veterinary field, with only 15 YEARS under her belt! She has been a constant animal lover and enjoys helping clients any way she can.
She shares her home with her loving wife, and 9 dogs and 10 cats. She also has 3 children, and 4 grandchildren. Family reunions must be crazy!!!!
When not answering all your questions or concerns, Janet loves to travel! Janet’s favorite things about her job are puppy kisses, wagging tails, and kitty meows. AWWWWWWWWWW!
Annie started her life in vet medicine at the tender age of 16 when she was offered a Kennel tech position. She proceeded to see how much work went into becoming a technician and decided this was the career she wanted to pursue. She has a love for all fur babies big and small (special shout out to all the Golden Retrievers! BOW WOW!)
Annie was adopted by her cat Debs (Deborah when she is in trouble, which is like 90 % of the time) 2 years ago. According to Debs, Annie hasn’t had a bad day since!
Her hobbies include Kayaking, working out, and working out her mind by binging tv and/or movies. She also loves to travel, but who has time for that.
Amelia has been working with animals for almost 6 years! The first 3 years, Amelia worked with horses. Once she found out that Unicorns weren’t real, she decided to work more with small animals (which is better from a biased point of view).
She is the loving mother to one dog (Tala, a Siberian husky) and 1 cat (Baxter “bubba”, a cat). It doesn’t stop there! Amelia also helps take care of 3 standardbreds and 2 ponies.
When not talking about how huskies are the best breed, Amelia likes to go trail riding, camping, hunting, fishing, staring at trees, helping squirrels forage for nuts, and anything else normal people do outside! Amelia’s favorite part of her job is watching patients with nervous tendencies blossom under fear free practices.
Savannah has been working with animals since 2015. She has been fascinated with all things animal related since she was a young girl, and it has been her dream to work in the veterinary field. She has a passion for working with rescues and wants to one day start a rescue group of her own.
She has one dog named Charlotte Rose, a Catahoula, that she loves with all her heart. She also claims her boyfriends’ dogs and keeps him around so she can continue to love them!
Savannah's hobbies include: Barrel racing, softball, working out, watching her dad race, and shopping for all things cow print!
Lily started volunteering at the Humane Society of North East Georgia in 2018 while still in high school and she hasn’t stopped since! She is currently taking intermittent courses at the University of North Georgia in the hopes of one day becoming a veterinarian.
Pitbull’s have a very special place in her heart, and she loves spending time with her own Pitty, Emily.
For fun, Lily has said she likes to sky dive every other weekend, save fish from drowning, and walk her pet snake, SSSSSSTUART. When not living life to the extreme, she can be found spending time with her friends and family.
Allison has been a GROOMING WIZARD EXTRODINAR (her description, not mine) for over 16 years. She provides excellent care and attention to all fur babies that come to her for their haircuts, and she truly makes it a spa day!
Allison is a person in it for the long haul, she has been happily married to her husband for 12 years! They have 2 human kids (Jaxon and Tatum) and 4 canine kids (Eirinn, Bevinn, Min and Dublin) and we all know who the favorites are!
When not at work, Allison likes to spend as much time possible outdoors. She can typically be found outside enjoying a refreshing drink on a sunny porch (even in winter).
Tiffany has been working in the pet industry for 19 years and has been a groomer for 17 years. Although she loves all the dogs that she grooms, she does have a special place in her heart for any Golden Retrievers that come by to see her.
Tiffany shares her home with her 2 girls (Allie and Madelyn), and her 3rd child, her husband (Brad). She also has 4 Guinea pigs, 3 cats (Tiger, Maui, and Ivy), 2 dogs (Kodiak, Grizzly), a fish, and a partridge in a pear tree.
Her hobbies include Camping with the family, Hiking, reading (probably about grooming), and crafting.
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