Our caring and compassionate veterinary care team!

Meet the Team of Powder Springs Animal Clinic in Powder Springs! We’re pleased to provide exceptional vet care for your pets!

Please call us at 770-943-1811 to speak to one of our caring veterinary staff members!

Jayme Deal: Practice Manager

Jayme started her career in the veterinary field with Dr. Khan in 1994. She left for a short time to begin a family, but ended up working with a veterinary internist for nearly 10 years, then made her return to PSAC in 2011; her return home as she sees it. She has a passion for rescue and is grateful that Dr. Khan works with many rescue groups and that the practice has saved so many animals, plus has their own adoption program. Home is where you heart is and hers is with her PSAC family, the fur kids that come thru the doors here, and the care takers that love them.

Karen Railey: Veterinary Assistant

Karen has been working for PSAC since 1994 as a veterinary assistant. Prior to her career with our clinic Karen groomed animals for several years before deciding that animal medicine was the field for her. Karen thoroughly enjoys the work she does with animals and our feline friends are especially fond of her. She is currently mother to ten of her own loving cats.

Cindy Littlefield: Groomer

Cindy is an exceptional groomer. Cindy has been with our clinic since 2007, and has been grooming professionally for over 15 years. She is well known in the grooming community and formerly groomed for prize-winning show animals. Cindy has a way of working with pets unlike any other, and the animals love her for it. She enjoys her job and is meticulous in her work. Cindy’s expertise is one of the reasons that Powder Springs Animal Clinic is a great environment for your pet.

Megan Renee Rose-Alsaadi: Receptionist

Megan lives in Austell, Georgia with her husband and 4 cats. She was born on a US ARMY hospital base in Heidelberg, Germany, and raised in Florida. Her experience in veterinary medicine has taken her many places. She started her career in 1999, and has been with Dr. Khan since 2016. She has had the privilege of working with large and small animals as well as exotics, zoo animals and wildlife.
She feels honored to serve as a caretaker for all of God’s creatures, and thanks our creator everyday for the amazing gift He has given her.

Chrissy Lauder: Kennel Manager

Chrissy Lauder manages our kennels. Some of her duties include: Taking care of animals who are being boarded at our clinic, cleaning cages, and monitoring animals that are ill. She is an extremely hard worker and Powder Springs Animal Clinic adores her for it!

Amber Khan: Receptionist

Amber has been working for PSAC since 2011. She is currently studying at Chattahoochee Technical College and plans to pursue a career in which she can combine her love of animals and her passion for helping people. She is a valued team member for her optimistic outlook and dedication to patient and client care.

Chelsey Orr: Receptionist

Chelsey is originally from Georgia, but has lived all over the United States. She has been in the veterinary field for about a year, but has been taking care of animals all of her life.She loves getting to interact with the dogs and cats all day, and has always had a passion for animals of all shapes and sizes. Her hobbies include volunteering at the local animal rescue, reading, watching movies, and kickboxing.

Elena Volozhina: Receptionist

Elena has been a receptionist here at PSAC since March of 2017. She is originally from Russia, and moved to Georgia when she was 12 years old. She has been working in the veterinary field since 2015, and has completely fallen in love with it. Her future plans involve enrolling in school to persue her passion for animals in the form of a baccalaureate degree. She finds great pleasure in helping both people and animals here at PSAC.

Charlie: Patient Counselor

Thanks to Dr. Khan, Charlie survived a terrible urinary issue in 2012, and has lived at the clinic since. He loves to greet people when they come in and get attention. He is also great at comforting patients, and providing support to those who might be scared to come to the vet. His favorite spot is by the window, where he can watch the birds and other critters. His hobbies include using his scratcher, meditating, and begging for canned food. If you come by, be sure to say hello!