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Planned Pethood Clinic Staff

Dr. Trixie Martin

The Planned Pethood Team

Our team is made up of individuals who share one passion: helping animals.

We are all proud of the impact we have on animal population control. The difference we make is felt in shelters, rescues, and private homes throughout all of the Piedmont. 

"The strength of the team is each individual member. The strength of each member is the team." --Phil Jackson 

Clinic Director

Elizabeth Neely


Team Member Since Nov 2015

Deja Terry


Team Member Since March 2016

Yvette Witte

Celena Kipp

Clinic Manager

Team Member Since Nov 2015

Lauren Lewis

Front Office Supervisor

Team Member Since July 2016

A native of Alabama, Dr Trixie L Martin graduated from Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine in 2001.  While attending Auburn University, Dr Martin also earned bachelor's degrees in Zoology and in Animal and Dairy Sciences. From July of 2001 until February of 2011, she worked in private practice small animal Veterinary Medicine and Surgery. 

Dr Martin began work in the non-profit area of Veterinary Medicine when she came to Planned Pethood Spay and Neuter Clinic in March, 2011. She discovered a passion for this work and became Clinic Veterinary Owner in November 2012.

When not at work, Dr Martin stays very busy with other interests, such as gardening, canning, and caring for her cats, dogs, chickens, and ducks.

Jenna Browning

Kennel Attendant

Team Member Since June 2016

George Davis, III

Transport Driver

Team Member Since Jan 2011


Yvette’s career began straight out of high school when she obtained her veterinary assistant certificate prior to entering undergrad at University of Miami. She was a full time student and a full time employee with a focus on nonprofit veterinary work.

After achieving her Bachelors in Science in 2008, Yvette explored the option of Michigan State University but decided that the Caribbean was a better fit. She attended veterinary school in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. There, she was a high school teacher and coordinator, and pioneered many environmental projects on the island including a wildlife sanctuary in Haiti.

Upon graduating veterinary school in 2014 Yvette returned to the USA and has recently found her niche here at the Humane Society of the Piedmont. As Clinic Director, she is responsible for managing the logistics and operations of our program at Planned Pethood Spay and Neuter Clinic.