About Us

Spanish Fort Animal Clinic has been keeping pets healthy since 2000.  Dr. Campbell opened the office as a satellite location to Central Baldwin Veterinary Hospital in Robertsdale.  The clinic started in a smaller building nearby, and in December of 2014 expanded into our brand new 6400 sq. ft. facility.  Our clinic space offers spacious examination rooms and treatment area, increased room for boarding, and state of the art equipment.  We perform on site radiography and laboratory testing, and have access to ultrasound capabilities.  There are currently two full-time veterinarians, Dr. Jennifer Purcell  and Dr. Brittany Pickens staffed at Spanish Fort Animal Clinic.  On occasion, you may see another one of our team's veterinarians rotate through the practice.  

 

When you bring your pet to Spanish Fort Animal Clinic, you can rest assured that you are in the hands of a staff that is capable and compassionate. Our doctors emphasize preventive care and client education and we'll reserve up to 30 minutes for your appointment. This is far more time than offered by conventional hospitals. You will never feel rushed and you will always have time to ask all of your questions and address all your pet's needs.  It is important to us that you are comfortable with your pet's treatment plan.  

 

With expansion and growth, our staff has grown to accomodate our new clients and guests.  Take a moment to read below and learn about our doctors and staff!

 

Dr. David Campbell, Veterinarian

 

Dr. Campbell is the owner of Central Baldwin Vet, Spanish Fort Animal Clinic, and Jubilee Pet Hospital. He is a 1991 graduate of Auburn University’s College of Veterinary Medicine. Dr. Campbell started out in practice as a surgical intern, and eventually made his way down to the gulf coast where he practiced small and large animal medicine for many years. Now, Doc practices small animal medicine with a special interest in surgery. He and his wife live in Spanish Fort, AL. They have four children and one rescue fur baby. 

Dr. Jennifer Purcell, Veterinarian

 

Jennifer is the full-time veterinarian at Spanish Fort Animal Clinic. Originally from Virginia, she went to college at West Virginia University, and then moved to Alabama for veterinary school where she graduated from Tuskegee University's School of Veterinary Medicine in 2010.  She practiced in the Birmingham area for 2 years prior to moving to the Eastern Shore with her husband in 2012.  They now live in Fairhope with their three sons, and dogs Sully and Gus. She has enjoyed life here on the gulf coast, especially getting to know her clients and their pets!

Dr. Brittany Pickens, Veterinarian

 

Dr. Pickens is a Mobile native and a 2013 graduate of Auburn University’s College of Veterinary Medicine. She worked at our clinic in Robertsdale for four years, then transferred to Spanish Fort Animal Clinic. Her main interests include feline medicine and ultrasonography. She loves building relationships with clients and their pets. She and her husband live in Spanish Fort, AL. They have four fur babies: Maggie, Jack, Penelope and Marcus.

Judy Lambert, Receptionist

 

Judy keeps our office flowing smoothly from the front desk.  She is ready to answer your questions and schedule your pet's next visit with us.  She lives in Robertsdale with her husband and grandaughter, and dogs Daisy and Bootz.  Judy not only provides a friendly face to our clients, but she also keeps our staff happy with delicious home-baked goods.  

Alison Inscore, Pet Care Attendant/Veterinary Assistant

 

Alison works all over the hospital.  From the desk to the kennel, and even in exam rooms she loves interacting with you and your critters. She loves every pet like her own, which makes them so much more comfortable during their stay.  Alison lives in Fairhope with her family, and her dog, MoMo, and pet rat, Onyx.  Alison is currently a college student in Education, hoping to pursue her own DVM someday!

Courtney Steadham, Licensed Vet Tech

 

Courtney is our licensed veterinary technician here at SFAC. She graduated from Coastal Alabama with her degree in Veterinary Technology in 2018. She was born and raised in Bay Minette and loves to spend time with her sweet pup CJ and her sassy kitten Ripley. Courtney is a bookworm and we often find her with her nose in a textbook!

Stephanie Hood, Receptionist and Office Manager

 

Stephanie is the office manager for our office and our sister clinic Jubilee Pet Hospital. Stephanie started out as a client and we were thrilled when she came to work for us. Her organizational skills are unparalleled! Stephanie grew up in Atmore, lives in Daphne, and is married with 2 sons, 3 bulldogs, a gecko and a fish. Stephanie is our resident bulldog fanatic- here she is pictured with her Baby, Bronco.

Marolyn Holbein, Veterinary Assistant

Marolyn has worked in the vet field for 3 years and is currently in school to get her Vet Tech License. Marolyn joined our team in January 2018. She has grown up right here in Spanish Fort and is getting married in October 2018. She obsesses over anything Yorkie and Black Lab because of her two pups Sadie (Yorkie) and Dixie (Lab). 

Mary Michael, Kennel Assistant

 

Mary Michael is our kennel assistant.  She takes care of the boarding animals, helps keep our hospital clean and does bathing. Here she is pictured with her baby, "Jade."

Candice Melton, Kennel Tech/Veterinary Assistant

 

Candice is a loving mother of 3 beautiful kids. She and her Husband currently live in Stapleton. She loves animals of all sizes and has hand raised baby rabbits, goats and lambs. Your fur babies are in great hands with Candice. 

Shelagh, Vet Tech/Assistant

 

Shelagh is one of our sweet assistants. She is currently finishing her veterinary technician degree at Coastal Alabama Community College and hopes to become a licensed veterinary technician soon! Here she is pictured with Marolyn's dog Waylon. Shelagh has 6 furbabies: Penny, Finn, Gracie, Papi, Monet and Peanut. Shelagh has special interests in Dermatology and Dentistry. She is also interested in physical rehabilitation and is able to perform therapeutic laser treatments.