Dr. Dawn Mason Owner / Veterinarian a resident of Woodstock since 2000, Dr. Mason is originally from LaGrange Kentucky, a small town just north of Louisville. Dr. Mason received her Bachelors degree with honors in biology from the university of Louisville where she was actively involved with her community and campus. She is a 1999 honors graduate from Auburn University College of Veterinarian Medicine. After graduating, Dr. Mason took residence in Dunwoody later moving to the area of Woodstock with her husband since 2001. She and her husband Jamie have 2 children, Lauren and Mac who attend a local high school. Dr. Mason loves all animals but spends her days performing surgery and wellness care on cats and dogs. Her career has rewarded her with the ability to balance a family and working relationship. Although Dr. Mason enjoys practicing as a veterinarian, she always dreamed of having an animal hospital of her own and opened Harmony Animal Hospital in February 2014. Dr. Mason enjoys reaching out to her community and looks forward to serving the Holly Springs community featuring a quality animal hospital with a small-town feel. In her free time Dr. Mason spends time with her family and loves cycling, running, and working out.
Dr. Michelle Grasso - Veterinarian A resident of Georgia since 1997, Dr. Grasso received her Associate of science degree from Young Harris College where she played collegiate tennis. She then went on to receive her Bachelors degree with honors in biology from Shorter College (now known as Shorter University) where she also played collegiate tennis and volleyball. She is a 2011 graduate from The University of Georgia College of Veterinary Medicine (Go Dawgs!). After graduating, Dr. Grasso took residence in Dacula, GA and practiced small animal medicine in Braselton, GA for the last five years and then joined Harmony Animal Hospital team in 2016. She and her husband Ryan have two boys (Maddox and Bryson) and two dogs named Kahlua and Jesse. She has special interests in dermatology and surgery. She has a strong drive to help all animals and is dedicated to their happiness and wellbeing. When not working, Dr. Grasso loves spending time with her family, working out at the gym, and playing tennis.
Angela has been working in the veterinary field since 2005 and has been a loyal employee to Harmony since opening our doors in 2014. She is a huge animal lover and is very passionate about veterinary medicine. As the practice manager she is a behind the scenes worker and focuses primarily on the day to day operations but especially enjoys client education, dentistry and building long lasting relationships with clients and their fur babies. Angela currently resides in Canton with her husband, daughter, son and is expecting another baby boy May 2020. She lives on a small farm with three canine children: Indy, Baxter Brown, and Odin, cat Gus Gus and chickens. In her spare time, Angela enjoys anything outdoors, traveling, and spending quality time with her family and friends.
Hannah has been working in the veterinary field since 2014. She is a Registered Veterinary Technician and has been a loyal employee to Harmony since 2016. She loves working with people and getting to know their pets. Hannah resides in Woodstock with her husband and dog Silo. She enjoys spending her free time with family, friends or at the barn with her quarter horse paint, Reno.
Colleen came to us with over 8 years of experience. She is very passionate about caring for our clients fur children, and adores every patient as if they were her own. Colleen has two fur children of her own, "Eagle" (who she raised from 7 weeks old), and "Ariel" (a rescue kitty). She was able to adopt "Eagle" after being a puppy raiser for "The Guide Dog Foundation". Colleen loves being outdoors and takes "Eagle" hiking and swimming every chance she gets.
Libby came to us in 2017, as the smiling face clients see when they come in. Her contagious laugh and gentle voice make people and pets feel at ease. Growing up, her family raised Cane Corso pups which lead to her love for animals. She started in the animal field as a dog trainer with Petco for 2 years before moving into the veterinary field. She is currently studying canine psychology and behavior and aspires to work with animals needing emotional rehabilitation. In her spare time she enjoys landscape photography and hiking the mountains with her husband and their two dogs- Archie and Cooper.
Jessica Freed joined the Harmony team in 2019. Working as a veterinarian technician since 2012, Jessica truly loves every aspect of her job. She especially enjoys getting to know clients and their beloved pets, assisting in surgery and caring for hospitalized patients.Jessica has her certificate in veterinary technology through San Juan College and is currently working toward becoming registered in the state of Georgia after.Away from the animal hospital, Jessica owns 2 cats, named Elli and Rue, and a ball python named Sully.
Katie has been working in the veterinary field since 2010. She grew up helping her father care for hunting dogs and that is where her love for animals began. In her almost decade of being in veterinary medicine, Katie has worked with small animals, large animals, wildlife, and pocket pets. Katie now resides in the North Georgia Mountains with her husband and their four rescue dogs: Tao, Bandana, Bullet, and Gunner and rescue cat Roux Laveau.
Alexa has been in the veterinary field since May 2016. Her passion for animals began at a very young age. She started her career in veterinary medicine as a Client Service Representative and she has since advanced to a Veterinary Assistant. Outside of work Alexa enjoys spending time with her fiancé, daughter, canine fur baby Nova, hiking, and enjoying nature.
Laura joined the Harmony team August 2020. She is a Hickory Flat native, with more than eight years’ experience in customer service. She is one of our primary Client Service Representatives and she hopes to one day obtain her Veterinarian Technician Certification. She currently resides in Holly Springs where she lives with her husband of 15 years, two boys ages 12 and 9, cats Sam and Drift, dog Coco and donkey Jack.
Linda is an Ohio native that has called North Georgia home for 16 years. She has been working in the veterinary field since 2001 starting as a veterinary assistant. Her other talents include dog grooming and canine obedience training. Her love of animals began at an early age and she began participating in 4-H dog clubs as a child. She is currently an active member of the Flat-Coated Retriever Society of America.Linda was introduced to sporting dogs by her grandfather who raised English pointers, setters and springers for hunting. She raises flat-coated retrievers and has Dream, River, Raven, Zippy and Arlo who reside with her along with her cat, Stevie. Linda has experience with small animal practice and exotics. Along with working with dogs and cats, she has worked with rabbits, birds, snakes, turtles, guinea pigs as well as wildlife and has owned horses until recently.In her spare time, she loves hiking the North Georgia Mountains and enjoys antiquing and refinishing old furniture.