Meet Our Veterinarians
For more information about our skilled veterinarians, read on or better yet – visit us firsthand. We can’t wait to get to know you and your four-legged friend! Whether we’re meeting new friends or greeting old ones, we love strengthening relationships at our animal hospital in Duluth.
Zack Mills, DVM
As a young man, Zack had the pleasure of working with a veterinarian who took him fishing between appointments and to the spa next door for weekly wine and cheese parties. These experiences led Zack to realize he’d found his life’s work. Raised in Greenville, S.C., the youngest of five boys, Zack graduated from Clemson University with a degree in animal science. He earned his DVM from the College of Veterinary Medicine at the University of Georgia.
Carole Amos, DVM
As a young girl, Carole could be found at her grandmother’s farm riding horses and trying to tame the feral cats. At home, her pet menagerie included gerbils, fresh- and salt-water fish, a chameleon, parakeets, Zebra finches and cats. What Dr. Amos really wanted, though, was a dog. She loved the story “Where the Red Fern Grows” and explained to her parents that every kid should have a dog. As with the story, she saved her money to buy one.
Tabitha Tanis, DVM
As a child, Dr. Tabi was known to attract kittens from far and wide, starting a lifetime of love for animals. Although she has always had a special affection for cats, she also enjoys working with dogs. Dr. Tabi’s special interests include feline medicine, dentistry, and soft tissue surgery. Her overwhelming goal, however, is to help people understand the ways they can improve their pet’s life and to help them be an active participant in making decisions about their pet’s health. Dr. Tabi completed her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine at the University of Georgia in 2009. She also previously spent two years studying viruses affecting birds while earning her Master’s degree at the University of Georgia.
Kimberley Suh, DVM
Dr. Kimberley (“Kim”) Suh was deeply impressed one day by a movie scene where a lady doctor, perhaps in her early sixties, was flying a small private plane to get to a remote, distant place for an emergency treatment of severely injured animals, with her red muffler fluttering in the wind. Subsequently, she acquired both a private plane pilot license and a DVM. Primarily, though, what led Kim to pursue a veterinary career was her love for animals, as would be the case for all other vets.
Candace Veteto, DVM
Dr. Candace’s first thought of becoming a veterinarian was during her senior year of high school when she started a job as a receptionist at a veterinary clinic. While growing up, she had aspirations of becoming a teacher; however once she discovered the world of veterinary medicine there was no turning back. The job came at a difficult time in her life and brought her much joy and satisfaction.
Jessie Nelson, DVM
Growing up in the foothills of West Virginia, Dr. Jessie developed a great love of the outdoors and animals. Soon she began rescuing strays and helping them find their way home. When Jessie was old enough she started working at a local veterinary hospital as a kennel attendant. From there she worked her way up to become a technician assistant. This is when she knew her passion is helping others care for their pets.