Meet Our Dedicated Team
Dr. Watson received his Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine from the University of Georgia. He has been with Culbreth Carr Watson Animal Clinic since 1987 and loves the relationships he is able to build with his clients. He comes to work every day with a cheerful outlook and a great sense of humor.
He and his wife, Allison, have six grandchildren: Judson, Ansley, Charlie, Jaclyn, Rocko and Xander. He enjoys spending time with his grandchildren, hunting, fishing, gardening and putting his airstream camper to use when he isn’t at work. His love for animals has left him with “TNTC” – too numerous to count, however, his German Shepherd, Rosie, comes to work with him daily!
DVM, Medical Director
Education: Mississippi State University
Dr. Warren graduated from MSU with a degree in Animal Science and attended Mississippi State University where she earned her Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine. She has one sister and grew up in a small town in Northwest Alabama, Haleyville, where the first ever 911 call was made. She has been with Culbreth Carr Watson Animal Clinic since 2002. Her favorite part about veterinary medicine is ophthalmology, internal medicine and of course – the puppies and kittens! Dr. Warren loves being able to not only help the animals, but their people too. In her free time, she enjoys reading and traveling.
She has three dogs: Merle, (DNA tested to be a German Shepherd/Lab/Great Pyrenees/Jack Russell) who was found with a broken leg; Coco, a Yorkie Poo who came to the clinic after being hit by a car; and Ridge, a German Shepherd. She also has two cats, Coe and Conway; five Belgian mules: John Henry, Liza Jane, Delta Dawn, Earl and Sally; as well as five Belgian horses: Jessi, June, Ray, Mel and Lou.
Education: Louisiana State University School of Veterinary Medicine
Dr. Shelby Moore graduated from Birmingham Southern College with a degree in Biology before attending Louisiana State University School of Veterinary Medicine. She joined the CCW team Summer of 2017 and likes being able to learn something new every day from the (awesome) people she works with. She loves being able to help others by helping their four-legged family members. Her favorite part of veterinary medicine is surgery, dermatology and integrative/rehabilitative medicine.
Outside of the clinic, Dr. Moore enjoys doing anything athletic or outdoors (especially if she can bring her dogs to enjoy the activities), painting and drawing, reading and listening to interesting podcasts.
She has several furry children to go home to, Nala, a chocolate lab who loves frisbee and running; Tilly, a black lab who loves “fetching” her sister Nala; Tripp, a chocolate lab (if you haven’t guessed – she really loves labs!), Biscuit, a kitty who loves talking on the phone; and Bagheera, a kitty who loves to be pet and scratched under his chin. Her parents also have two dogs and five cats, her sister has a hedgehog and beta fish, and her brother doesn’t have a pet yet – but it’s coming. I think it’s safe to say they are a big furry family!
Education: Mississippi State University
Dr. Martin graduated from Reinhardt University with a degree in Biology and attended Mississippi State University where she earned her Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine. She has worked in several veterinary clinics prior to joining the CCW family in April of 2022. Her favorite part about working in veterinary medicine is meeting new clients and creating a lasting bond with not only the fur babies, but also their owners.
If she could learn anything – she’d learn how to talk to animals (more than she already can)! Outside of the office she enjoys gardening and wood burning while spending time with her own fur babies. Her herd includes: CC (Frenchie), Blu (Mini-Dachshund), several kitties, Carlisle, Esme, Thelma, Daryl, Merle, Moo and Bun Bun the rabbit.
RVT, Lead Veterinary Technician
Terra graduated from Berry College with a Bachelor of Science degree in Animal Science and became a Registered Veterinary Technician in 2004. She has been with Culbreth Carr Watson Animal Clinic since 2002. Outside of work, Terra enjoys horseback riding and long-distance running. She has completed three 50K ultra marathons, one 50-miler and hopes to one day complete a 100-mile race!
She has several dogs: Murphy, a Pug/Chihuahua mix; Walter, a Beagle/Jack Russell Terrier mix; Piper, a Jack Russell, Troubadore, a Golden Retriever, and Mike, a Labrador Retriever mix. Terra also has five horses. Her favorite part about working at a vet clinic is that each day is different and exciting.
Gretchen started with CCW in April of 2021 and is currently enrolled in Penn Foster College to become a Registered Veterinary Technician. One of her favorite parts about working in veterinary medicine is being able to make a difference in not only her patients’ lives but also their owners. It’s amazing to see how stoic and brave our patients are.
If she could learn anything – she’d learn every language! Outside of work she enjoys hiking, backpacking, and exploring new places with her miniature Dachshund, Hazel.
Sarah started in June of 2022 and is currently attending Penn Foster to become a Registered Veterinary Technician. While veterinary medicine is a tough job, it’s also very rewarding. Sarah loves being able to make a difference in patients’ lives each day.
She has two German Shepherds, Diesel and Kaos, and a kitty named Finn. Outside of work she enjoys shooting, drag racing, spending time at the dirt track, and spending time on the 4wheeler (aka anything outside!)
Melissa is a Veterinary Assistant to Dr. Lee Watson and has been with Culbreth Carr Watson Animal Clinic since 1999. She loves meeting all the interesting people and their pets that come into the clinic. In her free time, she enjoys crafting. Melissa used to breed and raise Cockatiels and Madagascar Hissing Cockroaches. She also has a twin sister!
She a miniature Poodle named Jolene and a Munchkin cat named Nugget.
Hannah is a local to the area and after graduating high school, has attended Georgia Highlands. She has been with Culbreth Carr Watson Animal Clinic since Summer of 2015 and loves seeing the improvement in our patients. She has one younger brother, her father serves as a Rome firefighter, and her mother, Melanie, works for CCW as well. Hannah loves working with her co-workers, because to her they are like family! She would love to pursue Nutrition in not only animals, but humans too.
In her free time, she enjoys taking care of her dogs, spending time with family, going to the gym and finding new restaurants to try. She has a goofy pit-bull named Pudgy and a border collie mixed name Bear (aka the Golden Child).
Veterinary Assistant & Receptionist
Melanie has been with Culbreth Carr Watson Animal Clinic since 2015 and works as both a Receptionist and a Veterinary Assistant. Her favorite part about working at an animal clinic is meeting and greeting all the patients and giving them love when they don’t feel good. She loves being able to help sick animals feel better and being around others who love animals just as much as she does.
She has been married to Clete for 23 years and has two wonderful children, Hannah (who also works at CCW) and Kyle. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her family and friends, singing in church, reading, cross-stitching and puzzles. She and Clete own three cats, originally strays and now spoiled: Trudy, Frank the Tank, and Queenie and three dogs – Rita, Tito and Pongo.
Veterinary Assistant & Receptionist
Jesse joined Culbreth Carr Watson in February of 2021 as a Receptionist and Veterinary Assistant. With her love for animals, it’s always been a dream of hers to work in a veterinary clinic! She attended Kennesaw State University where she got her Bachelor of Science in Biology with a concentration in pre-veterinary. She hopes the experience she gains here will get her another step closer to becoming a veterinarian.
Outside of work she enjoys hiking, working out and spending time with her friends and pups! Jesse and her husband, Dax, have three fur babies together – two dogs, Dale and Pancho, and a named Mr. Wiggins.
CVA, Veterinary Assistant
Ana has been with Culbreth Carr Watson Animal Clinic since the Summer of 2016. She graduated from Berry College and loves being able to help educate clients and help their pets. Her favorite part about working in veterinary medicine is the human-animal bond and being able to strength it.
She has four brothers, five foster sisters and a daughter. Fun fact about Ana – she’s fluent in Spanish! In her free time, she enjoys watching tv (anything Disney) and painting.
Ana has two dogs: Chloe, a Golden Retriever mix; and Charli, a border collie mix; as well as three cats: Figaro, Cheddar and Marshmallow.
Veterinary Assistant & Receptionist
Kaitlin joined Culbreth Carr Watson in November of 2020. She is currently attending Penn Foster to become a Registered Veterinary Technician. One of her favorite parts of working in veterinary medicine is being a part of patient’s treatment and recovery. She enjoys seeing our clients and all their unique fur babies.
Outside the office she likes to go hiking, fishing and canoeing. Her rescue, Miley, a Staffordshire Terrier, gets to enjoy all the activities with her too!
Tisha attended James Lorenzo Walker Technical College in Naples, Florida and joined CCW in May of 2021 with over 20 years of experience in the veterinary field. She loves educating clients and taking care of their fur babies. It’s true you really do learn something new every day!
Through her years of experience, she has been able to not only inspire, but also teach and develop younger generations on their paths to becoming future assistants, technicians and veterinarians.
In her free time, she enjoys hiking, camping, kayaking and spending time with her Labrador mix, Harper.
Beth attended college in Jamestown, New York, where she received her degree in Computer Science and Business. She has been with Culbreth Carr Watson since 2005. In her free time she enjoys gardening and being outdoors with her animals. She learned to love animals and the outdoors from her dad – even in his 70’s he loved walking in the woods with his Golden Retriever.
She has two dogs: Cinder, a Shepherd mix who was found in a snowstorm and Mica, a Belgain Malinois mix she adopted through CARES. Beth likes to save peanut butter jars, and even has some clients who bring their empty jars to her, just to spoil her dogs with peanut butter licking parties! Her favorite part about working at an animal clinic is the interaction with the owners and pets.
Maria has been with Culbreth Carr Watson Animal Clinic since 2011 and worked as a Veterinary Assistant to Dr. Barry Carr. She enjoys working with animals and her like-minded coworkers! Maria has been married since 1977 and has four children: Richie, Teddy, Jon and Laura.
In her free time, she enjoys walking, creating stained glass crafts and camping. Her absolute favorite color is purple! She has an adopted Miniature Pinscher Penne’ and a cat named Kink.
Sandra has been with Culbreth Carr Watson Animal Clinic since August of 2002. She attended Coosa Valley Technical College and Northwest Georgia Technical College. Her favorite part about working in an animal clinic is creating trusting relationships with our clients and patients. She loves seeing how the animals respond to our love and care!
Outside of work, she enjoys music, movies, photography, volunteering and singing. Many people know she can sing, but they don’t know she can sing in French and Italian! Sandra is always keeping herself busy between work, helping at the Sunflower Community Bakery, Brighter Birthdays, and practicing with Jason Lyles Music. She has four kitties she co-parents: Ashley, Bruce Wayne and Scooby Doo.
Joel joined CCW in February of 2021. He is currently attending Kennesaw State University to pursue his interest in criminal justice. He loves interacting with our clients and their fur babies (especially Australian Shepherds!)
In his free time, he enjoys hiking and exploring new places with his Australian Shepherd, Leonidas and playing video games.
Lauren is from Maryland and graduated from Berry College with a Bachelor of Arts in Communication and minor in Studio Art. She has been with Culbreth Carr Watson Animal Clinic since Fall 2016 and loves being able to greet our furry patients every day.
Outside of work, she enjoys horseback riding, photography, traveling, DIY home projects and hiking with her Husky/Shepherd mix, Myla. She is an avid husky lover and has been able to foster for several rescues.
Diane has been with Culbreth Carr Watson since 2005. She graduated college with an Associate of Arts with a major in Criminal Justice and an Associate of Science in Human Sciences.
In her free time, she enjoys horseback riding and dog agility. She has a Border Collie, Shadow, a cat named Trixie, and a horse, Nika. Her favorite part about working in an animal clinic is knowing she is helping animals and always has something new to learn.
Autumn received a Medical Assistant degree from Ascension College in Louisiana. She has been with Culbreth Carr Watson Animal Clinic since Fall of 2015. She absolutely loves animals and has always wanted to work with them. Autumn has three children and four wonderful granddaughters.
Outside of work, she enjoys reading, shopping, going to church, and spending time with animals! She has a dog named Barker, a bobtailed kitty named Moo and a ball python named Ares.