Justin Card, DVM
Dr. Justin is from Tennessee and received a Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine from Purdue University. He has completed a small animal medicine and surgery internship at Louisiana University and a small animal surgery internship at Sonora Veterinary Specialists in Phoenix, AZ. Dr. Card enjoys spending time with his family and attending various sporting events. He loves to play golf and spend time with his wife Reyanne.
Emily Fulper, DVM
Emily is from North Mississippi, where she grew up helping her dad on their dairy farm. This experience lead to her desire to become a veterinarian.
She received her Bachelor Of Science in Animal Science and DVM from Mississippi State University. Emily practiced veterinary medicine for five years in Little Rock, AR before moving here to the East Coast. She has a special interest in feline medicine and surgery, oncology, and exotics. In her free time, Emily enjoys cooking, running, college football, vacationing with her family and spending time with her two dogs, Duke and Layla and her cats Sampson and Lucy.
Leslie Lord, DVM
Leslie is our newest doctor here at WAC and joined our family July, 2014. She earned her B.S. in Biology and her DVM from the University Of Georgia in 2010. Leslie is very passionate about animals and has a special interest in wildlife care and rehabilitation. She shares her home with her husband Jamie, 7 dogs, 3 cats, and 5 birds. They have recently moved to a farm where they hope to get some farm animals to join their family.
Shay Williams, RVT, Practice Manager
Shay has been involved in the field of veterinary medicine since 1996. She is very passionate about animals and takes a special interest in pediatric and orphan care. She shares her passion with her husband Tracy, her son Gunner, and her daughter Dusti. Shay has a golden retriever named Murphey, a cat named Bo, and a snake that she’s had since she was 5 years old. She acquired her license as a veterinary technician in 2004 and is now the Hospital Manager of Webb Animal Clinic. Shay plays a vital role in the daily operations of the hospital and concentrates on client relations and patient care.
Maria Salerno, RVT
Maria was born & raised on Long Island, New York. She started working with animals by practicing shelter medicine in 1991, and continued working in general practice until achieving an A.A.S. in Veterinary Technology. Maria obtained LVT status in New York State in 1998. In 1999, she moved to New York City and began a 15 year career at The Animal Medical Center (AMC). Her focus area at AMC was patient care and nursing with a special interest in GI & respiratory medicine. Maria traded high rises for the low country when she moved to Statesboro in August 2014. After briefly working at a veterinary specialty practice in Savannah, she obtained RVT status in Georgia in 2015. Maria was looking to get back to her roots and was welcomed into the Webb Animal Clinic family in July 2016.
She shares her home with the love of her life, Ray, and 3 four legged kids. Tristan, a 16 year old tuxedo cat, who was rescued from a fire in NYC. Evie, a 4 year old tuxedo cat, who was taken out of the gutter in NYC, and then bottle fed. And Cassidy, a 3 year old American Bulldog mix who was rescued from the Bulloch County Animal Shelter. Outside of work her interests include cooking, trying new restaurants, traveling, and relaxing with her pets.
Jamie Gray, RVT
Jamie graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Armstrong Atlantic State University in December 2000. After working several years in her field of study, she decided to follow her heart and begin a career in the field of veterinary medicine. Jamie joined the WAC team in March 2004. She is married and enjoys trail riding on horseback and spending time with her many animals, including a pet rooster. Currently, Jamie works as one of several veterinary assistants in the hospital. She acquired her license as a veterinary technician in 2009. Her responsibilities include accurate documentation of patient history; diagnostic testing including specimen collection, blood analysis, and radiology; catheter placement; emergency assessment; and client education.
Jennifer Dixon, Veterinary Assistant
Jennifer began her career in the veterinary field in 1998. She worked at a veterinary hospital in North Carolina for five years before joining the WAC team in 2003. Jennifer has two sons, Patrick and Micah.
She has two great danes, a Belgium Malinois who is a retired patrol/narcotics K-9 for the Effingham County Police Department, and three cats. In addition to her love for the warm blooded kind, Jen also has a passion for exotic reptiles and cares for several snakes and a bearded dragon. During her free time she enjoys playing volleyball and hanging out with her family. Jennifer is our surgery assistant here at WAC.
Her duties include induction of anesthesia, monitoring patient’s bloodpressure, heartrate, IV fluid rate, temperature, spo2, and pain levels. Jennifer is very important to our team because she ensures the care and comfort of all patients on their big surgery day.
Summer Bevill, Veterinary Assistant
Summer has been a veterinary assistant since 2001 and has been a part of the Webb family since 2010. At home, Summer lives with her wife Leslie, daughter Alissa, and their pets; seventeen year old Pekingese named Falkor, and three cats, Zoso, Stitch, and Sabastian (aka Samich). During her free time Summer enjoys entertaining, spending time with family and friends, going to the beach, attending outdoor festivals and music events. Summer has a love for all animals but has a deep passion for the care of geriatric patients.
Debbie Henn, Veterinary Assistant
Lisa Vernon, Receptionist
Taffy Taylor, Receptionist
Jenny Johns-Poling, Groomer
Jenny has been in the veterinary field for over 13 years. She started her career as a groomer’s assistant but has worked in several positions in veterinary hospitals including, kennel technician, veterinary assisting, and reception. Throughout the years Jenny has also put her time in at an animal shelter where she learned the cruel reality of pet overpopulation. She worked in the shelter for 3 years before returning to the veterinary hospital environment. Jenny trained with an experienced groomer for two years and is now the full time groomer here at WAC. She enjoys making her clients happy and their pets comfortable. When Jenny is not working in the spa, she enjoys spending time with her grandkids, Landon and Aaliya and her Chihuahua Pidda.