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Lost Key Animal Clinic has two full time veterinarians on staff. Dr. Sue Calloway and Dr. Sue McDougal attended the College of Veterinary Medicine at Auburn University and received their DVM degrees in 1986. Dr. Calloway started in small animal practice then spent ten years in emergency medicine and relief work. Dr. McDougal started her career in small animal medical practice and relief work. In 1979 they decided to pool their resources and experience and opened Lost Key Animal Clinic. They have enjoyed being your pets' family doctor ever since!
We also have a great group of support staff at Lost Key Animal Clinic. Currently we have a full time receptionist to help with making appointments and answering questions when you call. Also on staff is a Certified Veterinary Technician from Gwinnett Technical College in Georgia who is proficient with in house lab tests and client education. Additionally, we have three veterinary assistants that perform many varied tasks throughout the clinic from admitting patients,to preparing medications, to providing veterinary nursing care. All staff members are willing, able, and happy to help with the care of your pet.