Meet Our Veterinarians
Dr. Tamara Fisher, DVM
Tamara Fisher, born a Chicago native, realized as a young child that she had a strong love of animals, and decided to become a veterinarian. After spending a decade in southern California and attaining a degree in Animal Science at the University of California, Davis, she returned to Illinois and graduated with honors in 2003 with a DVM degree from the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaine. Unfortunately, her acclimation to the mild weather of sunny California fueled her decision to leave the chilly Illinois behind and transplant down to the warmer climes of Atlanta. Dr. Fisher has been practicing in Cobb county ever since, and has been recognized by Atlanta Magazine as a Five-Star Veterinarian. She has a strong interest in internal medicine, dentistry and feline medicine. In her spare time, she enjoys hanging out with her husband, her 2 year old daughter, and her spunky little tuxedo cat “Xee!”
Dr. Bernadette Riemer, DVM
Dr. Riemer is from Oak Ridge, Tennessee. She attended the University of South Carolina for her undergraduate studies, and then received her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine at the University of Tennessee. After she graduated, she moved to Atlanta to realize her dream of becoming a veterinarian for dogs and cats. When she is not at work, Dr. Riemer enjoys traveling, hiking with her English Setter Rosie, and eating sweets.
Dr. Amy is a graduate of Auburn College of Veterinary Medicine (War Eagle)! Her veterinary interests include internal medicine and client education. She is passionate about heartworm prevention and absolutely ADORES working with German Shephard Dogs. Dr. Amy is a southern native having lived in Georgia, Louisiana, Alabama, Arkansas, Mississippi and Florida. As a young girl she also lived in Germany for several years instilling in her a deep love for cakes and chocolate of all sorts. When not at work, Dr. Amy enjoys spending time with her husband, daughter and their rabbit Bunnicula, who is named after one of her favorite children’s books.
Kellie Littrell, DVM, MPH
Kellie Littrell grew up in Round Rock, Texas, and has known since she was 5 years old when her grandmother explained the occupation of a veterinarian that she wanted to pursue the field. She has a Bachelor’s degree in Agricultural Science and attained her DVM degree in 2010 from Texas A&M University. She also has a Masters in Public Health (MPH) from the University of Minnesota. Her professional interests include dermatology, animal behavior, senior pet care, and public health. Dr. Littrell has lived in the Atlanta area since graduating in 2010. She is married with three young children, 4 dogs, 3 goats and 1 fluffy cat. During her spare time, she volunteers with the Junior League of Cobb-Marietta, is a high school group leader at her church, and also enjoys being outdoors with her family.
Brandi Bailey, DVM
Dr. Bailey is a 2006 graduate of The University of Tennessee College of Veterinary Medicine, and earned her undergraduate degree from Tennessee State University in Nashville, TN in 2002. She moved to Georgia shortly after graduating vet school.
Like most veterinarians, Dr Bailey developed a passion for helping animals and their people as a young girl. Her professional interests include internal medicine, surgery and radiology. In her spare time she enjoys travelling and exploring the outdoors with her husband, two sons and their terrier mix Oliver.
Michelle DeHaven, DVM
Michelle DeHaven, is founder and proprietor of Cumberland Animal Clinic, selected Best Veterinary Hospital in Smyrna/Vinings in 2009, 2010 and 2011 by smyrnavinings.com. Dr. DeHaven founded the clinic in 1991 with one employee and a commitment to providing very personal care for pets and their owners. Today, her successful practice employs a team of 20 professionals, including four veterinarians. Dr. DeHaven holds a doctorate in Veterinary Medicine from the University of Georgia, along with an UGA undergraduate degree with honors in zoology. She lives in Atlanta with her husband, their daughter, a golden retriever, and three cats. In her spare time, she enjoys gardening, cheering on the Georgia Bulldogs, and relaxing at Jekyll Island. Though, Dr. DeHaven is retired, she occasionally will fill in as a relief vet.