Meet Our Medical Staff
Dr. Marcia Martin, DVM, Veterinary Surgeon
Dr. Marcia DuBois Martin graduated from Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine in 1990. She has worked in private practice for over 20 years in Texas, Florida, and Alabama. In addition to small animal surgery, Dr. Marcia has also studied equine osteopathy and non-force chiropractic techniques, veterinary homeopathy, and is certified in veterinary acupunture. She takes a holistic approach to animal health and has published numerous articles on natural animal healthcare for such magazines as Natural Horse, Texas Horse Talk, Animal Wellness and Feline Wellness. She has also acted as consultant to Gallery Thoroughbred and Cavalia. When not helping to put an end to shelter overpopulation in NW Florida, she enjoys spending time with her two dogs, listening to live music, or riding her horse.
Melissa, Vet Tech
Melissa recently returned to Pensacola after living in Vicksburg, MS for the past four years. She graduated from Hinds Community College with an AS in Vet Technology. Melissa has worked in clinics both in Mississippi and Florida as a Vet Tech and recently passed the boards to become a Certified Vet Tech. She has one son and a dog named Honey, a Dachshund/Pug mix.
Colleen, Vet Tech
Colleen moved from Wisconsin to Florida primarily for the nice weather enjoyed in Pensacola. Previously, Colleen managed the Washington County Humane Society for eight years, and then worked for three different veterinarian clinics over the span of ten years. Animals have always held a special place in her heart and she couldn’t imagine doing anything else. Colleen is very proud to be a part of the Spay and Neuter Clinic and looks forward to helping control the overpopulation of unwanted pets as well as helping families maintain a healthy relationship with their pets.
Amanda, Vet Assistant
Amanda is a lifelong local of the Pensacola area. She is currently working toward her AS in the Veterinary Tech program with Penn Foster and plans on graduating in 2017. As an advocate for all animals, she hopes to work with many kinds- big and small- in her career. At home, she has three dogs, a lab mix named Keeli, a blue-heeler named Bella and a spunky beagle named Triton.
Taylor has lived in Pensacola her entire life. She enjoys her position as receptionist at the Clinic and is currently enrolled in the Veterinarian Technician program with Penn Foster. Taylor loves all animals and looks forward to coming to work everyday! She has three of her own furry friends at home, a Newfoundland named Jasper, a lab boxer mix named Effy, and a chihuahua named Lilah.