Meet the Vets

Dr. Melissa Carreker ~ Owner & Lead F/T Veterinarian (Off on Thursdays)
photo (1)Dr. Carreker (also known as Dr. C.), grew up here in Mableton and graduated from South Cobb High School. She became an associate veterinarian here at Leland Veterinary Clinic after graduating from the University of Georgia in 1994. In 2003, Dr Carreker purchased the clinic and also married her husband Bob. She enjoys volunteering at her church, traveling, spending time with friends and family, and is an avid UGA football fan. Dr. Carreker and Bob have 3 rescue pets: Taylor the dog and Gabby and Aly (named after the Olympic gymnasts) the cats. Dr. Carrerker enjoys meeting each and every client and their pets and treats them all like family.

Dr. Anna Greenfield ~ F/T Veterinarian (Off on Wednesdays)
Anna Greenfield (also known as Dr. G.), Veterinarian, graduated from University of Georgia College of Veterinary Medicine in May 2006. She started working as an associate veterinarian at Leland Veterinary Clinic in October 2007. Dr. Greenfield currently lives in Newnan with her husband, Russell, and daughter, Zoey. She has two pets, a lab chow mix named Dakota and a feisty orange tabby named Loki. She enjoys watching movies, reading, and cooking in her spare time. Dr. Greenfield is dedicated to providing both thorough and personalized care for pets, and has a strong interest in preventative medicine and animal behavior.

Dr. Ivette Arango ~ Bilingual Relief Veterinarian
Ivette Arango, Veterinarian, graduated from the University of Georgia School of Veterinary Medicine. She has been associated with Leland Veterinary Clinic since 2002. She continues to perform relief work on occasion which is a great help to Dr. Carreker and Dr. Greenfield. She enjoys reading, walking her beautiful long-haired Whippets, Rocket and Ruby, and cooking with her fiancé. She is dedicated to caring for all animals, giving them solace, and seeing to their every need. She is also bilingual which helps our Spanish-speaking friends get the best care for their animals.