Our Staff

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Meet the East Coweta Veterinary Hospital Staff

Bianca Sherrer, Practice Manager

My name is Bianca and I am the Practice Manager of East Coweta Veterinary Hospital. I graduated in 2005 from America’s Teaching Zoo at Moorpark College. From Moorpark, I received 3 degrees: Exotic Animal Training, Wildlife Behavior and Wildlife Education. I have been working in the veterinary field since 2002, starting as a technician and working my way up to management. I have a passion for both animals and people, so I love working with our patients, our staff and our clients! If you know me, you know I have a love for all things little! Chihuahuas are my favorite- I even have 2 at home.

Beth Ludwig, Surgery Technician

Hello my name Beth Ludwig, I graduated from Berry Collage with a degree in animal science in 2007.I have been working at ECVH as a Veterinary Technician since 2008. I have many fur-kids including 3 dogs, a horse and many cats. In my spare time I enjoy spending time with my husband , hiking/camping with our dogs, and archery. I am also a huge Disney Nerd!

Mindy Johnson, Veterinary Technician

Hey, my name is Mindy Johnson and I’ve been a technician here at ECVH since 2015, but have worked in the veterinary field since 2011. I consider myself lucky because every day my job is doing something I love (Taking care of animals!) I have been married to my husband for 21 years and we have 4 children and 2 month old granddaughter. I also have 2 pit bulls Emmy who is almost 12 and Gracie aka as Groobs is 5 , A chihuahua mix  named Hank I adopted after he was hit by a car 3 years ago who I fell in love with while he was in critical care, and a cat named Ramona . In my free time I enjoy camping, BBQ and spoiling my grandbaby.

Rachelle Pike, Veterinary Technician

My name is Rachelle Pike. I am a General Practice Technician for East Coweta Veterinary Hospital. I have been working for ECVH since 2017, but have been in the field since 2014. It has always been a dream of mine, since kindergarten, to do for those, meaning animals, who can’t do for themselves. I have five animals including 1 Pit-bull, 2 Cheweenies, 1 cat and 1 gecko. In my spare time, I like to kayak, read books, travel and enjoy time outside.

Tracy Higgs, Veterinary Technician

Hey! My name is Tracy Higgs and I recently moved here from Northern California. I went to Western Career College studying veterinary medicine for technicians and have been in the field for 27 years. I wanted to be a technician because I enjoy veterinary medicine and helping animals. I have two dogs, a rescue Chihuahua named Louie and an empty nest project also known as a 10 month old Red Fox Lab puppy named Rossi. In my free time, I enjoy hiking and my favorite location so far has been the Grand Canyon.

Ashley Snyder, Technician Assistant

My name is Ashley Snyder. I am from Phenix City, Alabama. Animals have always held a dear place in my heart and I cannot recall a time when I have not had a pet of some sort. I’ve had Conures, parakeets, guinea pigs, cockatiels, a bandee chicken, anoles, tree frogs, geckos, and several dogs. I have recently moved to Newnan and have a Pomeranian mix named Donatello who is my world. I have worked two years in a dog groomer and one year at a veterinary clinic as an assistant before starting my journey here at ECVH. Although I have only been here for a short time, I already love the friendly environment and focus towards doing our best by our customers and their pets.

Arianna Courson, Kennel Manager

Hiya! My name is Arianna. I started working here at ECVH in November 2015 in the kennel. Before coming here my husband was in the Army so we were stationed in California and Hawaii for 3 years each. In Hawaii I worked as a kennel technician for about a year before I started working as a veterinary technician for about 6 months. While still in high school I also worked as a kennel technician for about 2 years. I have also grown up with dogs, cats, birds, hamsters, and hedgehogs so I have a long history with animals. Currently I have 2 Chihuahuas (Mimi La Roo and Missy Cupcake), 1 corgi (Maru –Maru Chan), and 1 cat (Bo). I love working with the people and animals here at ECVH, and I cannot wait to continue grow with them and learn new things!

Emily Hall, Kennel Technician

Hello, my name is Emily Hall. I currently work as a Kennel Assistant at East Coweta Veterinary Hospital. I attend the University of West Georgia where I am working towards getting my PhD in Psychology. I plan to open up my own practice specializing in professional mental health counseling. I have 3 furry babies, Rudi (my dachshund), and my 2 cats Abbey and Bailey.

Erika Calderon, Kennel Technician

Hello my name is Erika Calderon. I graduated from East Coweta High School and I have lived in Newnan my whole life. Ever since I was younger one of my biggest desires was to work with animals and become a veterinarian. I plan to go to school soon so my dream can come true. I have worked since I was 16 and have never loved a job and my work family as much as I do at ECVH. I am also a dog mom. I got my first Chihuahua (Nani) a year ago. I just recently got Nani a brother named Buddy who is a chihuahua terrier mix.

Julia Marett, Kennel Technician

Hi! My name is Julia Marett. I was born and raised in Newnan, Georgia. After graduating from Northgate High School, I studied Biology at Kennesaw State University. While there, I was a volunteer at the Humane Society and interned at the Atlanta Zoo in the Hoofstock Department. I later spent 2 years at Little Creek Horse Farm in Decatur. Now that I am back in Newnan, I am so excited to be a Kennel Technician at East Coweta Veterinary Hospital! I have a Pekingnese named Sugoi and 2 black cats named Kicky and Rocky.

Kara Kirby, Client Services Manager

I am a Tallahassee Lassie and have lived in a few places throughout the southeast. I have been in the beautiful state of Georgia since 1994. I was 7 years old when I knew I wanted to work with animals and graduated with my B.S. in Zoology from Auburn in 2006. Before entering the veterinary field, I worked at Wild Animal Safari and have some great stories about the exotic animals I worked with, including Liger Cubs. After I got married in 2007, we moved to Newnan and to continue my love of animals, I entered the veterinary field as a technician. I started at ECVH in 2008 and worked for 5 ½ years as a technician. I took a brief sabbatical at a desk job for 1 ½ years, then came back home to ECVH as a receptionist March of 2015.  Since returning as a receptionist, I have enjoyed connecting more with our wonderful clients.  In my spare time, I enjoy spending time with my family and friends, and serving in the Georgia State Defense Force.

Lindsay Langham, Receptionist

My name is Lindsay Langham. I’m 23 years old and have lived in Newnan my whole life. I graduated from the University of West Georgia in December 2015 with a B.S. degree in Mass Communications. I have been working for East Coweta Veterinary Hospital since November 2016. I have an 8 year old Yorkie named Hunter and a 10 year old Domestic short haired cat named Babygirl who I rescued in 2007. In my spare time, I enjoy writing and spending time with family and friends.

Erin Dixon, Receptionist

My name is Erin Dixon. I graduated from Newnan High School. Although I have been with East Coweta Veterinary Hospital for just a short time,  I have loved animals all my life. I have a three year old American Akita, a Syrian hamster named Jax and our newest edition, Chi, a three month old Chihuahua. I am currently a receptionist here, as I love people just as much as their fur babies. I enjoy singing in the choir, swimming and spending quality time with my family.