Windward Animal Hospital’s Primary Veterinarian and Founder. Having earned a degree in biology from the University of Virginia, he went on to achieve his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine at the University of Georgia.
Dr. Colby’s background, which is small animal medicine and surgery with extensive specialized experience in avian and exotic species, which benefits the animals & clientele that he treats at the Windward Animal Hospital and all of the animal rescue groups throughout the state.
Dr. Colby works in conjunction with the Georgia House Rabbit Society of Marietta, helping to rehabilitate abused and abandoned rabbits in need. He also lends his knowledge and expertise to the Chestatee Wildlife Preserve located in Dahlonega, Georgia where exotic animals find respite and care. Dr. Colby has had the honor of overseeing the care of lions, tigers, koalas and more on behalf of the Chestatee Wildlife Preserve.
Though I enjoy working with all the animals we see at the clinic, my favorite animals to care for are the reptiles. Lately, I have been learning the more technical aspect of treating animals. I am currently attending college to further advance my career in veterinary medicine. As the Practice Manager, my goal is to do my very best to assure the Staff & our Patients are all happy and the clinic is running harmoniously.
I have lived all over the United States but moved to Georgia in 2009. I have never had the chance to work with animals on a day-to-day basis, which has always been a dream of mine. My sweet dog, Bella, and I are having a great time with everyone here at Windward Animal Hospital and can’t wait to see where this path takes me.
I am the Resident Veterinary Technician. I have always had a love for reptiles, birds and furry friends too. I currently have two snakes and Diego, a Yellow-Headed Amazon. I have a huge heart that allows me to care for every animal, whether scaled, furry or feathered.
I completed my school’s Internship program with Windward Animal Hospital and my love of animals helped me to decide to become a permanent part of the team. My favorite part of the job is seeing animals do a 180 after treatment. It makes me feel as if we made a difference.
I was born and raised in Texas and moved to Georgia in 2014. I have always loved animals since I was 5 years old and knew I wanted to dedicate my life to helping animals feel better. I had many wonderful pets growing up such as Chihuahuas, Sugar bears, Bearded dragons and so much more!
I moved to Georgia in 2023 from Maryland (raised on the playground is where I spent most of my days). I have been working with animals since 2019; starting at a dog daycare then moving to shelter work and finally making my way to animal medicine. I am building upon my knowledge with exotics here at Windward.
I love see the varying animals that come through our doors. I am knowledgeable about the animals that we see and their wild counterparts. I love to play with the puppies and kittens whenever time allows. I dedicate my time to making sure the animals stay safe and are well cared for while at the clinic.