Dr. Janet BaileyOwner
Dr Bailey, owner of Bells Animal Clinic, is a 1994 graduate of the University of Tennessee College of Veterinary Medicine.
Dr. Bailey practiced at Huntingdon Animal Clinic for 11 years, taught at the University of Tennessee at Martin for 4 years, and has practiced at Bells for 9 years. Dr. Bailey and her husband, Crow, live in Gadsden with their two dogs and cat. They enjoy family, fishing, baseball, and spending time together.
Dr. George MossVeterinarian
Dr. Moss is a 1973 graduate of the Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine. Dr. Moss owned and practiced medicine in Arab, Alabama from 1973 to 1983.
At that time he came to Bells, TN and opened a Veterinary Clinic in 1983, known as Bells Animal Clinic. He worked long hours and many nights to have a well established large and small veterinary business. He has been supported through the years by his wife, Amy, 3 children, and 15 grandchildren.
Dr. Jessica PenningtonVeterinarian
Dr. Pennington grew up in west TN, and has always considered this area home. She attended undergrad at the University of Tennessee at Martin where she received her bachelor’s degree in agriculture. She then went on to obtain her doctorate at The University of Tennessee College of Veterinary Medicine in Knoxville. Her special interests include educating owners on preventative medicine to help keep our special companions as healthy as possible; as well as, fear free veterinary practices to help veterinary visits be a more enjoyable experience for every patient. She obtained her fear free certification in 2017.
While not at work, Dr. Pennington stays busy with her family on their farm raising beef cattle, and enjoying time with her menagerie of pets. Horseback riding and camping are some of her favorite activities. Being a part of Bells Animal Clinic, she hopes to promote long-term health and well-being for her patients and our wonderful clients.
Dr. Breah WilliamsVeterinarian
Dr. Breah Williams is originally an Alabama native. She graduated from the University of Alabama in Huntsville with a bachelor's degree in biology and a minor in chemistry. She then went on to receive her veterinary doctorate from Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine. Dr. Williams and her husband Tiler recently made Tennessee their home, along with their dog, Monroe, and their cat, Meredith. When not at work, Dr. Williams enjoys hiking, kayaking, and spending time with friends.
Dr. Molly DrakeleyVeterinarian
Dr. Molly Drakeley was born and raised in Suffield, Connecticut; a small farming town in New England. Her adventurous spirit led her to attend Oklahoma State University in Stillwater, Oklahoma. A loyal and True “Cowgirl” she earned all of her degrees at OSU including: Bachelors of Science in Animal Science, Bachelors of Science in Entomology, and her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine. Dr. Drakeley enjoys building strong relationships with client education and understanding at the forefront.
Dr. Drakeley has an assortment of pets including her Doberman Pincher Emmy, a small herd of Nubian Dairy Goats, Shropshire sheep, and a Llama named Zulu. She is a lifetime supporter of 4-H youth and the National FFA Association, from which she earned her American Degree in 2018. In her free time Dr. Drakeley enjoys travel, horseback riding, and attending Oklahoma State University sporting events.
Summer Porter LVTPractice Manager
Summer has worked in the animal care field since 2006 as a Certified Animal Health Technologist has prepared her for her role as office manager at Bells Animal Clinic. Summer says what she loves most about Bells Animal Clinic is the wonderful staff and family atmosphere. In her spare time Summer loves spending time with her family and her dog, Kobe Cotton.
Autumn JettonOffice Manager
Autumn has several years experience in the Animal Health field. She is native of Crockett County and loves serving the community thru her work at the clinic. In her spare time she loves spending time with her family, horses, and dogs.
Bailey ReevesVeterinary Assistant
Bailey has been with Bells Animal Clinic since May 2017. A graduate from Crockett County High School, Bailey has loved animals as long as she can remember. She has two dogs, Bea and Jack. In her spare time she likes to hang out with friends and be active.
Abby AdamsVeterinary Assistant
Abby is passionate about veterinary medicine, shopping, and spending time with family. She truly enjoys her job as a assistant and working with all the members at Bells Animal Clinic.
Kelsey PorterVeterinary Assistant
Kelsey has been employed with Bells Animal Clinic since she was 17 years old. She has worked part time throughout her schooling. She is currently a Senior at the University of Tennessee at Martin and soon to graduate with her Bachelor's Degree. She enjoys spending time with her friends and being outdoors when she has spare time.
Lindsey RileyVeterinary Assistant
Lindsey has pursued her career in animal medicine for 14 years. She began working for Bells Animal Clinic in 2008, where she found her love for animals. Lindsey loves having a good time, laughing, and spending time with her four girls.
Jamie was born and raised in Crockett County. She has had a love for animals since she was a little girl and went on to attend college and graduate at The University of Tennessee at Martin. She is currently studying to take her boards to get her License as a Veterinary Technician. Jamie likes to relax with her dog, Tiger and spend time with her friends when she is not at work.
Kayleigh LewisVeterinary Assistant
Kayleigh is a hometown girl and joined our family in August 2021. She was born and raised in Crockett County and then went on to graduate from the University of Tennessee at Martin with her Bachelor's degree in Agriculture with a concentration in Animal Science. Kayleigh enjoys riding her horse, Dakota, and spending time with her 3 dachshunds during her spare time.