Mobley Veterinary Clinic

Since the late '50s, Mobley Veterinary Clinic has built a reputation for out dedication to your pet's health and happiness. We, along with the Inglewood, Madison and East Nashville Communities, have changed and grown over the years. We understand the special role pets play in our neighbors' families. We look forward to becoming a partner in your pet's healthcare. We treat your pets as we would our own. Our goal is to practice quality medicine with an emphasis on client education. Our Veterinarians and vet team are committed to providing personal attention to the concerns of each individual. 

Please feel free to explore our clinic's services and history by clicking on the links to the top. If you have any further questions,please contact us at (615)-262-0415 for all of your pet healthcare needs and questions. We are a full service companion animal hospital. It is our commitment to provide exemplary veterinary care throughout the life of your pet.

Our services and facilities are designed to assist in routine preventative care for young pets, early detection and treatment of diseases as your pet ages, and complete medical and surgical care as necessary during his or her lifetime.

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  • Mon-Fri: 7:30am - 6:00pm
  • Sat: 7:30am - 3:00pm
  • Dr. Michael Brannom, DVM

    Dr. Michael Brannom, DVM

    Dr. Brannom has been a life-long resident of Madison, TN. In the Neely's Bend area, he grew up near multiple dairies and beef operations; and this is when his interest in veterinary medicine developed.

    Dr. Brannom graduated from Auburn University in 1970 and lived in Knoxville one year after earning his degree. Dr. Brannom's experience with Mobley Clinic actually began in high school. He returned in 1971 and has been practicing here ever since. His particular interests lie in feline and senior veterinary medicine.

    He and his wife of 45 years, Diane, have one daughter, Lorie, and one granddaughter, Stephanie. When Dr. Brannom is not working, he enjoys gardening, yard work, and spending time with his family, including his dog, Ellie B, and his cat Sterling.
  • Dr. James Fullerton, DVM

    Dr. James Fullerton, DVM

    Dr. Fullerton was born in the town of Arab, Alabama. He grew up on a small farm, where his family owned a variety of animals, including mules, cattle, dogs, chickens, and rabbits. As a child, he was constantly involved in their care, and saw many animals die due to tragedy and disease and wanted to do more. Going into veterinary medicine gave him that chance.

    Dr. Fullerton graduated from Auburn University School of Veterinary Medicine in 1978. After graduating, he accepted a preceptorship at Mobley's Clinic and has now practiced here for 34 years. Dr. Fullerton is particularly interested in the surgical aspect of veterinary medicine, especially orthopedic and abdominal surgery.

    He has been married to his wife, Anita, for 33 years. They have three children and three beautiful grandchildren. At home, he and his wife own two dogs: Rocky and Maggie, and two cats: Lucy and Pearl. Rocky is a little Papillon and Maggie is a mule hunting/pug mix. Lucy is a delicate little cutie and Pearl is a bruiser grey kitty. All four run the household now that Dr. Fullerton's children are grown.  Dr. Fullerton loves the outdoors, and when he is not working he enjoys hiking, exploring, biking, and taking photographs. He has been to many places in the US with his camera and hopes to explore even more in the future. 
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    Dr. Summer Mobley, DVM

    Dr. Mobley was born in 1951, and raised in the East Nashville/Madison area. His father, Dr. Ralph Mobley founded Mobley Veterinary Clinic in 1950. His father, mother, and family friend Sam Mitchell all parented him, spending much of his childhood at the clinic. As a teenager, he began working at the clinic before and after school and on weekends. When he began college, veterinary medicine was a natural path for him to follow.

    Dr. Mobley attended Belmont University, MTSU, and UT Knoxville for pre-veterinary medicine courses. He graduated from UT Knoxville in 1974 with a BS in Agriculture. He was then accepted to Auburn University in 1974, and graduated in 1978 with a degree in Veterinary Medicine. He has been practicing at his father's clinic since then.

    At home, he and his wife Mary have an Australian Cattle dog and a Border Collie. Being herding breeds, their favorite pass time is herding each other and futilely attempting to herd the birds, ducks, herons, geese, and squirrels that frequent their yard. He also has two gray stray cats, Lucky Kitty and Gray Kitty who have adopted him and apparently feel that their accommodations are satisfactory to their stray cat taste.

    Outside of work, Dr. Mobley enjoys anything that involves the water. From April through October he enjoys the lake, water-skiing, boating, and simply watching the water flow. In the colder months of the year, he enjoys the Pensacola Beach area and the Caribbean when he is able to set and stay there. He took up guitar a few years ago and practices (but not necessarily plays) on a daily basis. As he has grown older, he enjoys reading and studying history more than ever before.
  • Tammy Daniel

    Tammy Daniel

    Office Manager
    Tammy Daniel was born in Murfeesboro, TN and raised in the Neely's Bend area, where she still resides. She actually grew up across the street from Dr. Brannom. In February 1988, Tammy brought in her dog Beaux in for chemotherapy treatments, administered by Dr. Fullerton. Beaux went into remission for years until he eventually passed away, Dr. Fullerton being his doctor throughout the entire process.

    She was then offered a job at the clinic as a receptionist. After three years, she then became the office manager, and has been since. She is the former president of the Madison-Rivergate Area Chamber of Commerce, and is currently an active member on the Discover Madison Board. She is aids in fundraising for King's Daughters Child Development School.

    She and her husband Gary have four dogs: Coe, Dazee, Otis, and Tucker, and four cats: Henry, Clyde, Lucy and Possum. She has had large breed dogs (primarily Dobermans) all her life, until she and her husband became Jack Russell enthusiasts. All of her animals are rescues. Outside of work she enjoys gardening and antiquing with her husband.
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    Jennifer Castilon

    Jennifer was born in Washington Courthouse, Ohio. She has always loved being around animals, and so going into the animal care field seemed a natural course for her to follow. She started volunteering with animals when she was sixteen and has been a member of the Mobley team since 2013. She says that pets have taught her to be a more patient person. Outside of work, she enjoys making candles, scrapbooking, and playing the piano. She describes her family life with her husband as fun, adventurous, loving, respectful and spiritual. In the future, she hopes to help her husband with his music career, support her elderly father-in-law, and to start a family, perhaps by adopting a needy child from another country. She also aims to develop her spirituality everyday to become a better person.
  • Carrie Covington

    Carrie Covington

    Veterinary Assistant
    Carrie was born in Cedar Springs, Michigan and currently lives in Whites Creek, TN. Carrie believes that animals love unconditionally and need us to take care of them because they are unable to speak for themselves. She has worked with animals since she was 18.

    She started out at the Humane Society and has worked at Mobley's Clinic since she moved to Nashville in 2009. Working with and being around animals has taught her patience. She believes that sometimes you don't know what they need or want and you have to be patient in order to figure it out. They've also taught her how to love completely regardless of faults.

    Her hobbies include reading, and playing with her pets. She also enjoys sleeping. Because her family lives in another state, she also enjoys going home to visit. Her family life consists of herself, her husband Brandon, their four-month old son, Keagyn, their four dogs (Kita, Rukus, Emmy and Wyatt), one cat (Ezma, AKA "Monster"), and a bunch of fish. Carrie loves her life, but says that winning the lottery would be sweet!
  • Chelsea Jacks

    Chelsea Jacks

    Veterinary Assistant
    Chelsea was born and raised in Miami, Florida. She attended a magnet high school where she studied the fine arts, including drawing, painting, sculpture, photography, ceramics, and woodworking.  She attended the University of Miami and graduated in 2009 with a double Bachelor's Degree in Environmental Science and Religious Studies. She then received an internship with the Library of Congress as a Junior Fellow. 

    She made the move to Nashville in 2009, where she had visited family each summer as a child, and fell even further in love with the city. She has had a life-long love of animals and creative writing and hopes someday to become a published author.

    In addition to working at Mobley's, she is currently hard at work getting a degree in Graphic Design and is incredibly happy to be immersed in both her passions. Her dream is to become a successful designer and author and to continue helping animals in need.  Chelsea has had pets her entire life and has only lived one year without any, which she describes as "the strangest year of my life." Pets have taught her a great deal of empathy, confidence, and about the power of unconditional love.

    She currently lives in Inglewood with a Golden Retriever mix, Penny, and two cats, Madison and Zen, who make her laugh every day when she comes home. Outside of work, she enjoys writing, reading, discovering new music (and secretly singing to it), running, knitting, painting, drawing, photography, and doing strange things with her hair. 
  • Tracey Johnson

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  • Ashley Lennington

    Ashley Lennington

    Veterinary Assistant
    Ashley grew up in Nolensville, TN and currently lives in Smyrna. Those close to her say that her career chose her because she displayed a passion for caring for and a love of animals at a young age. She tried to bring home every animal she came across. She has been working with animals since the 6th grade, when she began to pet-sit.

    Ashley says that animals, and pets in particular, have taught her patience, and the meaning of unconditional love. She strives to return the same type of love to each pet she cares for at work and to her own pets. She began working at Mobley's Clinic in May 2013.

    All of her pets are rescues: Lobo, a coyote/sheltie mix, Shyanne, a husky/aussie mix, Lotus, an English bulldog, Moose, a pit mix, and three cats,Voodo, Axel, and Zombie. She also has an eight year old quarter horse, Pepper, who she rescued six years ago.

    Outside of work, she enjoys reading fantasy novels, gardening, writing, painting, and studying animal behavior and learning about new breakthroughs in the Veterinary field. She also enjoys spending time with her family, friends, and her own menagerie of pets. In the future, she plans to earn her Vet Tech license and use it to its fullest and to remain a member of the Mobley team, as she considers the clinic her home away from home.
  • Courtney Maitland

    Courtney Maitland

    Veterinary Technician
    Courtney was born in Fort Smith, Arkansas ("Go Hogs!"). She chose to work with animals because they love unconditionally and forgive so easily. Animals have taught her that she has strengths she was previously unaware of, mainly that she has a great deal of patience and a strong stomach. She has worked at Mobley Clinic since 2010 after graduating from Columbia State Community College in May of 2010 with an Associates degree in Veterinary Technology.

    She currently lives in Greenbriar, TN with her husband and daughter, Skyler Annabelle. She has four dogs: a Chihuahua, Lily (AKA Cruella Deville), a Dachshund, Eli, a Chihuahua mix, Maxx, a German Shepherd Rebel, and a black cat Ravenna. Outside of work, she enjoys spending time with her family and friends, bowling, and scrapbooking. In the future, she would like to specialize in Veterinary Physical Therapy.
  • Elisabeth Parker

    Elisabeth Parker

    Elisabeth was born in Georgia. She had a lot of animals that she loved growing up, and always wanted to go into the animal care field. She started working at a vet clinic when she was sixteen and has been a member of the Mobley team since 2007. She says that animals have taught her that "nothing other than God gives love so unconditionally as an animal."
  • Cassie Poteete

    Cassie Poteete

    Veterinary Technician Assistant
    Cassie was born and raised in Madison, TN and currently resides in the East Nashville area. As a child, she lived on her family's farm in Madison, so she was constantly around animals. This background made her want to seek out solutions for suffering animals and to make them happier as a result. She has been working with animals professionally for nearly seven years. In the past, she worked as an Assistant at Mobley's for three years, then spent three years at the Nashville Humane Society. Now, she has since re-joined the Mobley team. Animals have primarily taught her patience. As they cannot speak directly, she recognizes that it is up to pet owners and healthcare professionals to help solve any issues an animal is going through, even when this process may be  frustrating, she exhausts all possibilities for the sake of the pet, and the unconditional love they provide their owners.

    Outside of work, she also pet-sits for out-of-town pet owners, and assists with any pet-emergencies which may arise for her family and friends. She enjoys hiking and traveling, and loves to take her two dogs to Shelby Park. She has a pit-bull named Cheyenne and a rescue from her days at the Humane society, "Mama Dog", named so because she was found pregnant at a truck stop. She cares for her family's pets, Andy, Joe, Roxy, Sophie, Toby, and Rastis, many of which she has herself rescued. In the future, she hopes to learn more and more about animals and in doing so, save as many as she can.
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    Dr. Kimberly Sabo

    Dr. Kimberly Sabo is from Eastpointe, Michigan. She wanted to work with animals, specifically dairy cattle, to improve their health, improve animal husbandry and provide quality food products to the public. She attended Michigan State University for both undergraduate and Veterinary school. Dr. Sabo then entered into an internship in Boston focusing on small animal emergency cases. 

    With a great deal of experience in small animal internal medicine, she took at job in Nashville diagnosing, treating, and stabilizing emergency cases in small animal practice. She has been a member of the Mobley team since June 2016.
    At home, Dr. Sabo has a ten-year-old cat named Moxie, her fist solo pet, who Dr. Sabo describes as "the love of my life" as well as an eight-year old domestic shorthair, Yoshi. 

    Dr. Sabo enjoys ultimate frisbee; she started playing in 2008 and "still can't get enough!" She also likes to kayaking and hiking, when the weather is fine, as well as travelling.
    Years in Practice:
    Jan 01, 2012
    Michigan State University
    ultimate frisbee, kayaking, hiking, travelling
  • Dr. Georgia Parsons

    Years in Practice:
    Jan 01, 2013
    University of Tennessee College of Veterinary Medicine
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    Dr. Kelly Triana

    Dr. Kelly Triana completed her undergraduate studies at Clemson University where she worked at the school’s dairy and was on the dairy show team. She obtained her veterinary degree at Oklahoma State University Center for Veterinary Health Sciences in May 2011. 

    Dr. Triana has a strong interest in internal medicine, pet surgeries and dental cleanings and she loves working with both canines and felines.

    Outside the vet hospital, Dr. Triana spends time with her husband and their two dogs, Sophie and Rez. She has developed an interest in vegetable gardening over the past two years. One of the things Dr. Triana loves about Nashville is the large amount of concerts that she will be attending throughout the year.

    Years in Practice:
    Jan 01, 2011
    Oklahoma State University Center for Veterinary Health Sciences
    Internal medicine, surgery, pet dentistry