Anissa Jones

Kennel Supervisor

Anissa was born in Georgia, but has travelled around quite a bit in her young life having lived in Washington, Missouri, Hawaii, Arkansas and now Alabama. She is the mother of a two-year-old boy and most of her family lives here in Baldwin County now.

Anissa grew up with lots of dogs and cats and even a pet rabbit, but currently has to settle for getting to love on all the pets at work. She joined the BAC team in September of 2018, but started in the veterinary industry when she was just a junior in high school. She started in the kennel and has worked her way up from here and plans to go back to school to earn her certification. Anissa enjoys seeing patients go from sick or injured back to completely healthy. She says it makes her proud of the skills she has learned and proud to work in the veterinary profession.

In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her son going to parks and just chilling at home. She is a vocal leader on her church worship team and loves to binge watch movies and read books.

Random Facts:
  • 1. “I have a lot of body art (tattoos).”
  • 2. “I love the beach!”
  • 3. “Gimme all the sweets and I’ll be your best friend!”

Ryan Brooks

Kennel Technician

Ryan came to BAC during the summer of 2016. Wanting to gain experience with animals in a veterinary setting, Ryan joined our kennel technician team part time and stayed busy taking care of our furry guests. He started his college career at Huntingdon College the following year and his availability changed. However, we were very happy that Ryan chose to become a seasonal employee during that transition. Ryan is now enrolled in Pharmacy School, but he still comes to work with us during his down time, usually on weekends and holidays, to get his fix on puppy & kitty love. Ryan says the best part of his job is being able to take care of the pets that come to stay with us, as well as working with great people!

Ryan was born in Lexington, KY. After a couple of moves, he ended up in Daphne, AL with his family & dogs, Tide and Bear. One of Ryan’s passions is wrestling, having competed for several years at both the high school and collegiate level. In his spare time, Ryan also enjoys hunting and fishing.

Random Facts:
  • 1. “I was born in Lexington, Kentucky.”
  • 2. “I lived in East Peoria, IL.”
  • 3. “I have visited both Australia and New Zealand.”

Ashley Pugh

Kennel Technician

Ashley joined the Bay Animal Clinic team in July of 2019. Ashley is new to the field of veterinary medicine, and loves every minute. She says that she loves getting to work with all of the different pets as well as meeting and working with their owners.

Ashley grew up in Robertsdale, where she still lives with her husband, daughter and their 5 dogs: Bama, Chewy, Baby Girl, Murphy and Gizmo. She has a degree in General Studies from Coastal Alabama Community College and is currently working towards her certification in Veterinary Assisting through Penn Foster. Her hobbies include reading, playing sports with her family, and traveling.

Random Facts:
  • 1. “I’m a huge history buff.”
  • 2. “I’m a big gun enthusiast.”
  • 3. “I love shooting skeet (clay pigeons).”

Katie Colvin

Kennel Technician

Katie joined the Bay Animal Clinic team in May of 2019. She has a total of almost 10 years of experience as both a kennel technician and a groomer. She has a high school diploma and is certified in pet grooming. Katie loves working with all animals and has a special touch when it comes to the ones who are scared or nervous.

Katie moved around a lot whenever she was younger due to her dad being in the Navy. She currently lives in Baldwin County with her 3 dogs: Buddy, Dixie and Stella as well as 2 cats: Roxy and Fatty. During her free time she enjoys riding bikes and hanging out with her human and fur family.

Random Facts:
  • 1. “My favorite place to go is Disney World.”
  • 2. “I like to draw.”
  • 3. “I am working on learning sign language.”